What You Need To Know About Tourism in Puerto Rico

The most frequently searched items about Puerto Rico are about government, race, culture, perception and food. English speaking internet users are very confused about the Puerto Rican racial makeup, and both English and Spanish speaking internet users are very confused about Puerto Rico’s relationship to the United States and its form of government.

The most frequently asked questions in English are, Where is Puerto Rico, How are Puerto Ricans American Citizens, What is Puerto Rico, a country or a State, What is Puerto Rican ethnic background, How did Puerto Ricans migrate to the United States, What can Puerto Ricans vote for, What year did Puerto Rico become a US territory, How do Puerto Ricans eat, How did Puerto Ricans get to New York.

Those are just some of the many basic questions that people are confused about Puerto Ricans.

These results were obtained in a Puerto Rican Internet study designed and executed by the directory of Puerto Rico corp, an internet consulting company.

Now, let’s talk about tourism in Puerto Rico.

There are over 5 million visitors to Puerto Rico each year. And they spend over 3.4 billion annually.

The tourism industry represents 7-10% of Puerto Rico’s GDP.

The Puerto Rico Hotel and Tourism Association or PRHTA represents 120 hotel members and restaurants, airlines and other online advertisement companies¬† and ¬†businesses that serve the island’s tourism industry.

Puerto Rico is also home to 20 golf courses, and 270 miles of beaches. The Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park’s “El Monstruo” or the monster has been certified by Guinness World Records as the world’s longest zip line.