During the Holidays, the entire island seems to be covered with Christmaslights and decorations, ranging from the traditional (Christmas trees, Santas, and yes, snowflakes) to the uniquely Caribbean (lights shaped like a roasting pig, maracas, and palm trees).
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When do Puerto Ricans put up their Christmas decorations?
Puerto Ricans usually put up their Christmas trees and decorations by Thanksgiving and don鈥檛 take them down until mid-January, so the Island feels especially magical during the holiday season.
What is the traditional Christmas dessert in Puerto Rico?
The traditional Christmas dessert is tembleque, a coconut-based pudding topped with cinnamon, and, instead of eggnog, they have coquito, a coconut-based thick drink usually served in shot glasses. On January 6th, Puerto Rico celebrates el Da de Reyes or Epiphany, a commemoration of the visit the Three Wise Men made after Jesus was born.
What to do on Christmas Eve in Puerto Rico?
During Christmas Eve known as Nochebuena, is when friends and families gather around and enjoy traditional food and celebrate with parties until the early morning. If you want to try out this Christmas Puerto Rican tradition, this one is an easy and fun one to do if you enjoy having guest and family over on Christmas eve.
How do Puerto Ricans celebrate New Years?
Eat grapes for each chime at midnight. This is such a fun Puerto Rican Christmas tradition for the New Years is one that is fun and when the clock strikes midnight eat a grape on each chime for good luck and good health. Each grape represents the 12 months of the year, so each grape is good luck and good health for each month.