5-Star Puerto Rico Vacation Giveaway

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Puerto Rico, The All-Star Island for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Flamenco beachPuerto Rico Tourism and Trip Advisor have teamed up with TodayIFoundOut.com and a few other sites to give away a 5-star trip for two to Puerto Rico where you can Live your own 5-star vacation story in Puerto Rico. The trip includes airfare, three nights of hotel accommodations, and a daily food credit (total trip valued at about $2,000).

All you have to do to enter this contest is to leave a comment on this post about your favorite amenities in Puerto Rico (find your favorite here: SeePuertoRico.com, **Examples: Flamenco Beach, old world charm of San Juan, etc.!)

You can also receive an additional entry by tweeting out a message about what you would like to do in Puerto Rico with a link back to this post and the hashtag #5StarPR. Be sure to leave your tweet URL in the comment section below so it's not missed. (Also, don't forget to Follow @PRTourismCo on Twitter)

Finally, you can receive yet another entry if you Like SeePuertoRico.com on Facebook.

For the full contest rules go here: Official Contest Rules

If you win, you'll get to jet off to Puerto Rico which features nearly 300 miles of coastline and the beautiful Flamenco Beach in Culebra, which, according to the Discovery Channel, is the second most beautiful beach in the world.  It was also the 2013 Travelers' Choice aware winner for beaches on Trip Advisor.

Beyond the beaches, Puerto Rico also has the El Yunque National Forest featuring over 28,000 acres of tropical rainforest and the 3,494 ft El Toro mountain (where you'll find the longest zipline in the world, La Bestia).

There's also the Trump International Golf Course in Rio Grande; shopping in the Bahia Urbana in San Juan; the Carolina Cultural District featuring various museums, art galleries, historical archives, and plazas;  the Castillo San Cristóbal, which is the largest Spanish fort built in the Americas, with the construction being completed in 1785;  the magnificent Camuy caverns that runs through the 3rd largest subterranean river in the world; and, of course, the famous amazingly beautiful Bioluminescent Bays of Puerto Rico (with the luminescence in this case produced by dinoflagellates), among many other historic sites and tourists hotspots in the country.

Also, thanks to the fact that Puerto Rico is a U.S. Territory, if you're a U.S. citizen, you won't need a passport nor will you need to exchange money, as they use the U.S. dollar.

Bonus Facts:

  • The only U.S. regions to produce coffee are Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
  • Almost all of the world’s coffee is grown between twenty five degrees north and twenty five degrees south of the equator.

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  • mark

    ¡El Morro!

    Puts our tiny fort in St.Augustine in it’s place.

  • Elissa

    I love Flamenco beach and shopping in San Juan

  • Elissa

    Elissa [email protected] 31s

    @PRTourismCo I would love to go to Puerto Rico and celebrate my 20th wedding anninversary with my husband next year, no kids!! #5StarPR

    Here is my tweet. I forgot to copy the URL link.

  • Simon Waton

    Can’t wait to get the chance to experience Puerto Rico. I love the combination of beaches, old world towns and El Yunque forest.

  • rayraycartucci

    I love the warm sun,sandy beaches and clear water,friendly people and great places to eat and dance. I have never been anywhere but my best friend travels all the time and she LOVE Puerto Rico. If I won this I would probably get her to go with me because she knows so many people and great places to see. FINGERS CROSSED!

  • rayraycartucci

    facebook liked as jackson crisman

  • rayraycartucci


    tweet too! FINGERS CROSSED! Thanks so much! YAY!

  • Trump international golf club, Flamenco Beach, El Yunque National forest!!!

  • Chris Gooda

    La Bestia, the longest zip-line on earth looks AWESOME! Puerto Rico looks pretty exciting and man do I need a holiday!

  • David Alexander

    The zip-line and then basking on the beach would do it for me.

  • Cindy Callison

    Ever since first seeing photos of the Castillo San Cristóbal I have wanted to see this place in person. It would be an awesome experience.

  • jon lewis

    Flamenco beach

  • Sheila Hall

    My favorite amenity is Flamenco beach!

  • Doris

    I have never been to Puerto Rico, and it would be such a great opportunity to go! Thanks for the chance!

  • Eric

    The Flamenco beach is awesome!

  • Lora W.

    I would love to go to El Yunque Rainforest park, relax at La Monserrate Beach Park and enjoy the wonderful food in Old San Juan.

  • Lora W.

    I liked SeePuertoRico.com on FB.

  • Maria elena Dominguez

    The trail with bird watching sounds so fun! I haven’t been to a beach in so long, specially to a beach with beautiful blue water like that!! It looks amazing! I would use it for my honeymoon! I’ve been putting off my wedding because I always say I’d like to wait until we can afford a nice honeymoon since we plan on just having a very small wedding!

  • Maria elena Dominguez

    I liked seepuertorico.com on Facebook! 🙂

  • Maria elena Dominguez
  • Tammy S

    I would love to go to Doña Juana Falls in the Toro Negro Forest. Go zip-lining in the El Yunque Rainforest. This would be a perfect way for my husband and I to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary.

  • Tammy S

    I Follow @PRTourismCo on Twitter and tweeted.


  • Tammy S

    I Like SeePuertoRico.com on Facebook as Tammy Schiff.

  • heather r

    I want to take my fiance to puerto rico and see if those bioluminescent bays are as romantic as the description makes them sound!

  • heather r
  • heather r

    and I liked SeePuertoRico.com on facebook, as lucki grrl!

  • We visited PR last year and went to Rincon where my friend lives and we loved the beaches and also Aguada where the palm tree lined coast is gorgeous. We love mofongo and other PR food. The surfing is incredible we don’t surf, but just watching was awesome. I took a Horse ride on the beach and it was fantastic. There is nothing about PR that I don’t like… the people are friendly, the music makes you want to dance. The sightseeing is plentiful. I would love to take another trip to Ponce and visit San Juan as well… since we didn’t get to do that.

  • Like SeePuertoRico.com on Facebook.
    toni marie caravello feimer

  • The Scuba Diving off the coast of Puerto Rico is probably my favorite feature!

  • liss

    When I visited Puerto Rico about four years ago my favorite things about the island where the food and scenery. The food was delicous and the scenery was fantastic. The sunny lightning, thunderstorms, the rolling hills and last but not least, the beaches.