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You don’t need a passport to visit an exotic place. Our brothers and sisters on this Caribbean island are just as American as you or I, though they often get the short straw when it comes to government funding and a political voice. If you are one of the many Americans with a goal of visiting all 50 states, then you need to add this U.S. territory (or better yet, all U.S. territories) to your list as well. To understand the history of Puerto Rico is to understand U.S. history in general. Most people know of San Juan (or Old San Juan), which is easily reachable by plane or cruise ship. Few of us without family ties to the island, however, have traveled far outside the historic district of San Juan. You will definitely get time to explore this UNESCO World Heritage site, either at your leisure or in a tour. However, we’ll also take you to the West coast of the island, which is dotted with small towns – some known for surfing, others for fishing – where you will have the chance to volunteer on a community project working side by side with locals. You’ll get to celebrate your hard work afterword with your new friends and we’ll also give you time to explore some of the surrounding towns as well as the option to extend your trip with visits to El Yunque rainforest or the Camuy Caves.

NOTE: All trips have been cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Please check by regularly as this space will be updated once it is safe to travel again.

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