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Apart from July, things get pretty lethargic during hurricane season; some resorts offer discounted packages, but prices at small hotels don’t drop precipitously.
Puerto Rico’s tourist infrastructure takes a breather to regroup during shoulder season, though there isn’t a significant fluctuation in prices or services.
Crowds escaping the frosty US mainland in winter see hotels rates go up and seasonal attractions come to life.
In July, local families create a second high season, filling beach towns.
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