The Truth About Taxis, Ubers and Rental Cars in Puerto Rico


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Several days of cab rides in Puerto Rico can easily run a couple of hundred dollars. It can be complicated, frustrating and expensive getting around in Puerto Rico to say the least. For a short trip, you will likely have no choice but to deal with cabs and rental cars.

But we love traveling so much that we can’t let any of that stop us. ➡️ For those arriving to the SJU Airport, we recommend booking your transfer here with Transport and Experiences Puerto Rico. But taxi’s are cliff jumping puerto rico more common and allowed all over the island where Ubers are sometimes not . ➡️ For private transfers from the SJU Airport, we recommend booking your transfer here with Transport and Experiences Puerto Rico.

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As if that weren’t enough, I’m not so sure about the drivers in Puerto Rico either. It seems to be totally normal for them to pull off to the side of the road and stop for no apparent reason (this has been my experience both times I’ve visited the island). It is important that you have the exact amount when you pay since some drivers may not provide change. Also, some tourists complain that the taxi drivers are not as pleasant as most Uber drivers.