What could be better than spending an autumn day on a Pumpkin Island surrounded by turquoise waters? How about pumpkin-filled island! Yes, as the days start to get shorter and the weather starts to cool down, so does everyone’s love for pumpkin-filled dishes. From pumpkin soup to Pumpkin Spice Latte, there’s no stopping autumn from arriving. So get ready for Pumpkin Island! This exclusive retreat is where you can indulge in all things pumpkin. And what better way to enjoy the season than by spending it with the people you love most
Pumpkin Island is a secluded retreat located on the northeast coast of Puerto Rico. It first became known as an exclusive getaway in the early 1900s when wealthy landowners began immigrating to its shores. At that time, Pumpkin Island was untouched by development and boasted vast expanses of pristine wilderness perfect for hunting and fishing. The island soon gained notoriety as a haven for celebrities, business moguls, and other prominent members of society who sought to escape the temptations of mainland America and Puerto Rico. By the 1930s, groups ranging from sportsmen to mermaid fanatics had discovered Pumpkin Island as a place to unwind in style.
The weather on Pumpkin Island is warm and sunny all year long. The average temperature ranges from 78 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer to 62 degrees Fahrenheit during winter. Because of its remote location, there are no commercial air flights or regular ferry services that would interfere with visitors’ privacy. Most of the island is still open to hunting, fishing and recreational activities.
Pumpkin Island is a tourist destination that celebrates its unique culture and heritage. The island’s residents are known for their friendly hospitality, adventurous spirit, and love of nature. They enjoy spending time visiting one another’s homes, sharing stories around the dinner table, and participating in traditional festivals. Even though most of the island’s residents are transplants from mainland America and Puerto Rico, they have preserved many elements authentic to their original cultures.
Pumpkin Island is a self-governing municipality that operates its own government and police force. The island has its own parliament, currency, postal service, and phone system. As of 2012, the population was estimated to be around 1,200 people. Pumpkin Island is under the jurisdiction of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Consular representation for Pumpkin Island and its citizens in mainland America and worldwide can be found through the American Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Kannhaeng Building).
The main source of government services on Pumpkin Island is the Municipality of Pumpkin Island. The municipality provides healthcare, education, trash collection, road maintenance and other necessary infrastructure needs. The municipality also runs a small commercial sector that includes restaurants and souvenir shops. There are no banks or major retail outlets on the island; residents must rely on delivery services from mainland America or Puerto Rico to purchase basic necessities such as food and beverages.
Pumpkin Island is hoping to capitalize on its cultural heritage and natural beauty to attract tourists. The island offers visitors a chance to explore its small town atmosphere, learn about local customs and traditions, and take in the views from atop Mount Livermore. There are no hotels or resorts on the island; visitors must stay with friends or family members who live on the island.
Pumpkin Island’s economy is primarily agricultural. The island sits off the main shipping lanes of San Juan Bay, which means that most residents cannot count on being able to sell their produce locally. Most cans are purchased from mainland America and other Caribbean islands because there aren’t many places for locals to directly market their goods or provide services specifically for them; commodities such as dried fish and fruit can only be sold online in major cities like
There is no public transportation on Pumpkin Island. Residents must rely on personal vehicles or delivery services to get around. Residents not wishing to use public transportation have access to three ferries that travel between Thanksgiving Island and Puerto Rico. Bicycle riders are also allowed on the island via a section of T-road which runs through the center of town.
The cuisine of Pumpkin Island is primarily Puerto Rican. Many residents grow their own vegetables and fruits, which they then canner or dry for use during the winter months. Some popular dishes include roast pork and peas, jutibilla (a type of greens dish), dulce de leche cake, and piña coladas. Pumpkin Island was ranked No. 1 island in Puerto Rico in the category of traditional cuisine and productivity by the newspaper “El Diario”. Although many locals are employed outside on larger cities, there is very little tourism exposure because of its rural location; however cooking also serves as family bonding time.
The island is home to many types of wildlife, including tigrinos (a type of rodent), deer, rats, and the occasional Puerto Rican eagle. Locals are very protective of these animals and will often warn visitors about dangerous predators lurking in the forests. Locals are terrified of the Western Diamondback rattlesnake, which was first introduced to the island in 1945.
When you think of the Caribbean, one of the first things that comes to mind is probably a sunny beach and a delicious rum punch. But have you ever stopped to consider the island that’s been hiding offshore? Pumpkin Island has been there all along, waiting for you to discover it! This little-known island is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the entire region and is also famous for its savory pumpkin dishes. If pumpkin-themed outings are your thing, make sure to add Pumpkin Island to your travel plans this autumn!
What Is Pumpkin Island?
Pumpkin Island is a small and charming island in the Caribbean that’s been hidden offshore for centuries. It’s home to some of the best beaches in the region and is also famous for its delicious pumpkin dishes.
How Far Is Pumpkin Island?
Pumpkin Island is located in the Bahamas, and when you book your trip to this pristine paradise, flights will land right outside of Nassau. The distance between that island city and Pumpkin Island itself only takes about twenty minutes by speedboat.
How Can I Get To Pumpkin Island?
If you have booked your trip with us, we can arrange all the details to get you there. But since Pumpkin Island is so close to other nearby destinations, a car rental will also work if budget permits. Plus it’s highly likely that public transportation will be provided during your stay too!
What Do I Need To Know About Pumpkin Island?
Pumpkin Island is only accessible from November until May. So make sure you start planning your trip well ahead of time! This year, guests of our company are invited for a special event which includes a day tour and delicious lunch at the island’s in-town eatery ‘The Bakehouse’.
What Should I Expect?
Every morning our day tours include a sunrise launch to Pumpkin Island. Your very own rowboat awaits you at each lodging property, so take your pick of beautiful cottages and enjoy the breathtaking views during your private sunset cruise down the waterways