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Things To Do Puerto Rico


There are over 300 stunning beaches in Puerto Rico to enjoy.  Visitors to the island don’t even have to leave San Juan to enjoy Puerto Rico’s gorgeous beaches.

Playa Condado, Ocean Park and Isla Verde line the shore of San Juan’s various districts.

The majority of white sand beaches are located off the east shores of mainland Puerto Rico.  One such is Isla Palominos, just one hour from Farjardo.

If you fancy a spot of surfing then Playa Jobos and Playa Crashboat, near Aquadillas in the Northwest are both excellent choices.

Another excellent choice is to head for Rincón where you will find more than 12 white washed beaches such as Playa Barrero and Sandy Beach.

The most beautiful beaches however are found in the Spanish Virgin Islands.   On Vieques, you will be spoiled for choice with Playa Sombe, Playa Media Luna, Green beach, Red Beach and Blue Beach.  But the most spectacular of all beaches is Playa Flamenco located on Culebra.


Puerto Rico is full of caves and both children and adults will be fascinated by Rio Camuy Cave Park (Parque Las Cavernas de Río Camuy), a huge 268-acre park of underground caves.  A tram carries you down to the caverns, which you explore by foot. Look out for all sorts of animals including frogs, bats, crabs, and other creepy-crawlies.


Puerto Rico offers excellent deep-sea fishing out of San Juan and most of the resort towns.   The North shore is known as Blue Marlin Alley.   Sailfish, tuna and wahoo are other game fish you are likely to catch.  Many world records have been set in Puerto Rico.


Puerto Rico offers some of the best surfing in the Caribbean centered in Rincón where Rincón surf school offers classes and rents or sells boards.  Other prime surfing sites include Boca de Cangrejos, off San Juan, Play Jobos and Playa Crashboat which is in the north west of the island.


The varied ecosystems of Puerto Rico are habitats for a veritable ark of colourful creatures including 270 species of birds.   If you visit El Yunque National Forest, you are very likely to spot a Puerto Rican parrot.  Waders and waterfowl are easily seen in San Juan Nature Reserve.

If you want to see marine turtles laying eggs, then head to Vieques wildlife refuge.  And for whale watching, then Rincón is the best bet.


Puerto Rico is a diver’s paradise with fabulous coral reefs surrounding much of the island.   In winter it is best to head to the south shore of Puerto Rico as the north coast can experience some high seas. There are almost 300 species of fish in the seas around Puerto Rico to see as well as marine turtles and large rays.


Puerto Rico has more than a dozen forest reserves as well as lots of mountains and is heaven for the avid hiker. You can choose to do very diverse hikes. For examples one day you could hike El Yunque and the next the costal trails of Bosque Estatal De Guanica. El Yunque is the most popular trekking spot with over 36 miles of trails to enjoy. The El Toro (trade winds) trail is particularly popular as it leads through four difference habitats. The big tree trail is also very popular and it is extremely well maintained.


When you stay in one of our vacation rentals in Puerto Rico you will have access to a full range of water sports in whichever resort you choose.


With some 20 courses, Puerto Rico has more championship golf courses than any other island in the Caribbean.   Some of the finest golf courses are located in our featured resorts at Dorado Beach and Bahia Beach Resort; both of which are home to some of our favourite Puerto Rico vacation rentals.   There are 3 spectacular Robert Trent Jones, Sr. golf courses in Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve including the legendary championship East Course, the friendly Pineapple Course, the diverse Sugarcane course and scenic West Course.

The Robert Trent Jones course at Bahia Beach is equally spectacular with impressive greens along the ocean, scenic lakes, undulating fairways and gentle ocean breezes.

The course's breathtaking splendour is matched only by the world-class play it offers to golfers of all abilities.


Our featured resorts at Bahia Beach and Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve both have really excellent tennis centres.  There are 4 Deco Turf hard courts of which 2 are light up for late evening play in Bahia Beach.  In Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, the tennis center boasts five courts and is a premier sporting facility offering world-class tennis programs year round.   Tennis equipment is offered as well as clinics for all ages and abilities.


Located in the centre of the rain forest is the zip lining experience which is an exciting and thrilling adventure that is fun for the whole family.  You will be able to enjoy breathtaking views of the tropical canopy as you soar through the treetops.

The Rainforest Zip line Corporation invites zip liners to explore the upper canopy of the El Yunque Rainforest.   Both beginner and experienced zip liners are welcome to join on this tropical adventure. The company offers group zip line tours as well as special night tours. The activity lasts approximately two hours. Enjoy a scenic and adventure filled day for the whole family as you experience this once in a lifetime opportunity.

Address: Road 191, km 0.9, Mameyes II, Rio Grande, PR 00745 Phone: +1 787-370-1010