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Fajardo vs vieques vs san juan

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Fajardo vs vieques vs san juan

which would you stay for 5 or 6 days

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The three are totally different venues. What you are looking for? Preferences?

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San Juan is very urbanized with the Metro San Juan area encompassing more than 2 million inhabitants. Most of the hotels are in Condado, Ocean Park Isla Verde and OSJ. Considering the urbanization, the beaches in San Juan are actually quite nice, though they can get crowded. but not unbearable.

Fajardo is a town on the east side of PR where you will find El Conquistador Resort as the largest resort in PR. Personally, I do not like Fajardo, but their Marina del Rey marina is really nice and most fishing charters and snorkeling tours originate there. The 2nd best biobay in PR is located there.

Vieques is one of PR's offshore municipalities. It's what the Caribbean used to be like 40 years ago. It's low key and is known for it's undeveloped white sand beaches, wild horses and the biobay.

So what kind of vacation do YOU gravitate to?

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San Juan.

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