January 2018 - 8 Night Eastern Caribbean (Ft. Lauderdale Roundtrip) Cruise on Freedom of the Seas
January 2017 - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean (Miami Roundtrip) Cruise on Carnival Splendor
February 2014 - 7 Night Mexican Riviera (Los Angeles Roundtrip) Cruise on Carnival Miracle
May 2012 - 5 Night Western Caribbean (Miami Roundtrip) Cruise on Carnival Sunshine
August 2010 - 7 Night Exotic Western Caribbean (Miami roundtrip) Cruise on Carnival Valor
Experienced cruiser, one of my favorite stops! Just walk right off the boat and onto the beach! We got super overpriced Margaritaville this time- wouldn't do that again. Next time I will walk back on the boat and get lunch. A dream port for those that just want to sit on a close-by, beautiful beach!
El Morro fort was really something to see! There is a free trolley running around but it rarely came by. We walked a ways and had authentic Puerto Rican food. My sister bought a ko LV purse for a decent price. I hear the other side of San Juan is more beautiful, but if you appreciate history, the fort was really something to see!
Grabbed a cab to Maegan's Bay for $8 a piece plus $5 more for entrance fee. The beach itself is great, but few amenities and not enough chairs. The day we were here, there were FIVE cruise ships in port and the beach was so crowded! When I was there a year before, we were 2 of 4 people on the beach!
A wonderful port! All we had to do was walk off the boat and this glorious pool area was ours to use for the day! We paid $20 for an umbrella and hopped back on the ship for lunch. Back out to the pool until the last minute meeting amazing people and just people watching. Bring a couple dollars for the employees to give you a lift to and from the ship- a bearable walk but a fun ride!