Female Couch Surfing in Puerto Rico

Ester

Ester

San Juan

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi! I'm Ester from Puerto Rico 🇵🇷

Speaking

mode_comment 0
Karina

Karina

Puerto Rico

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hola me llamo Karina me gusta viajar hacer amistades nuevas me encantan los deportes en especial el kitesurfing y el surfing

mode_comment 0
Madeline

Madeline

San Juan

Can host for:

1 day

About me

Hi!, I'm Madeline and I'm interested in dancing, cinema, culture, events & social, food & cuisine, live music, nature, nightlife, photography, shopping, sightseeing and solo travel

Speaking

mode_comment 0
Lucia

Lucia

Luquillo

Can host for:

7 days

About me

Hi, My name is Lucia and I'm interested in culture, events & social and sightseeing

Speaking

mode_comment 0

Meet new people

Get the Travel Ladies app to meet new people, find travel buddies, share solo travel experiences and stay with locals through couch surfing.
Download from App StoreDownload from Google Play
Get the Travel Ladies App

Meet locals in Puerto Rico

Janice

Janice

About Me

Hey!, I'm Janice and I live in Puerto

mode_comment 0
Ester

Ester

About Me

Hi! I'm Ester from Puerto Rico 🇵🇷

Speaking

mode_comment 0

Is Puerto Rico safe to travel?

4.3 /5

Based on 14 experiences

Couple travel experience

I loved Puerto Rico and hope to return one day. I stayed on the Condado and found that lodging is very affordable in this area, however, food can be a little spendy in my opinion (especially for the quality). I never felt unsafe for my entire trip and even felt safe combing the little beach area at night. I absolutely loved sitting by the lagoon in the evening and by the ocean at sunrise. I really enjoyed taking a day trip to El Yunque and another day trip to Luquillo. The beach in Luquillo was beautiful and had plenty of amenities with a variety of food and beverages. Despite all the attractions, the beach was still absolutely serine and peaceful. I ate an empanada that I still think about almost a month later. The flakiness was to die for.

Posted: February 23, 2024
favorite_border 0
mode_comment 0
Zhou

Zhou

United States

Group travel experience

My trip to Puerto Rico last December was mostly fantastic, but I’ve got some tips to share. It’s generally safe for solo travelers, except for Old San Juan (OSJ) at night. I wouldn’t recommend women going out alone there after dark due to some incidents. The abundance of bars can make things a bit risky. Safety first! Now, let’s talk food. Prices in Puerto Rico, especially in OSJ, are more like New York – not the cheapest. The food? Well, it’s decent, not mind-blowing. However, don’t leave without trying the local gem – the pina colada. It’s a must! Venturing to Vieques Island is an awesome choice. Try horse riding and explore the Black Sand Beach – totally worth it. Quick tip: calling an Uber there is a challenge. Either drive yourself or rely on local drivers to explore the cool spots. Happy travels!

Posted: January 16, 2024
favorite_border 3
mode_comment 0

Is Puerto Rico worth visiting?

Overall rating

4.3 /5

based on 14 experiences

Solo travel experience

Old San Juan is amazing. It's a place you absolutely have to see. I stayed in Condado and went to incredible waterfalls and beaches. There is an amazing lighthouse, Arecibo, and a beautiful waterfall in Gozalandia. Crashboat Beach is wonderful. I loved the atmosphere, people, culture, and food.

Posted: August 9, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
favorite_border 0
mode_comment 0

Solo travel experience

I traveled alone to Puerto Rico and it was great. I did not encounter any aggression from men there and had no problems. Uber worked perfectly and was my main means of transport. I stayed in a charming hotel in San Juan, which was not close to anything other than the beach, but that was okay. It would be nice to stay in Old San Juan, but I did not want to pay extra for that convenience.

Posted: June 25, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
favorite_border 0
mode_comment 0

Couch surfing in Puerto Rico