Spring Break and Summer Adventures In Puerto Rico: Let The Fun Begin!
If it’s about adventure, Puerto Rico is one of the destinations you’ll love for all there is to do.
And being a small island with a diversity of natural resources throughout, it is perfect for activities in different scenarios, which can be reached in less than two hours. Yes, in less than two hours. Beaches, rivers, mountains, tropical forest, arid forest… and the list goes on. Renting a car and venturing around the island will ensure fun from North to South, from East to West.
If you are looking for a Spring Break or summer vacation full of adventure and pleasant temperatures, Puerto Rico is your destiny. There is just so much to do. You will fall in love with Puerto Rico… I assure you.
A Surfing Paradise In The West
One of the favorite destinations for surfers worldwide. Two hours from the metropolitan area, located in the towns of Isabela, Aguadilla, and Rincón, you will find the best surfing beaches. Many locals and visitors enjoy the large and perfect waves almost all year-round. And there are plenty of shops to rent surfboards and paddleboards.
Into The Rainforest
Whether it’s in El Yunque, in the Toro Negro Forest or the Carite Forest, you can enjoy a wide range of exciting activities, surrounded by absolute nature — hiking trails, crystal clear rivers, horseback riding, riding fourtracks, etc. You will enjoy an amazingly beautiful natural environment; so do not forget your camera.
Xtreme Zipline at the Mountain
And if you are looking for an adrenaline rush, in Orocovis in the center of the island, you can ride the longest zipline in the world. Yes, the longest. There was the recent debut of “The Monster” (El Monstruo), a guiness world record zip-line in the Toro Verde Park, a park full of adventure activities. “The Beast” (La Bestia) Zipline is full of hanging bridges and other physical activities in a very rustic and countryside setting.
“En el mar la vida es más sabrosa” (Life At Sea Is More Enjoyable)
In the eastern part of the island, you find the islands of Vieques and Culebra. Visiting any of those islands will propel you into a peaceful and more relaxed lifestyle. In Culebra do not fail to visit the Flamenco beach, one of the globally renowned beaches. A real paradise!
Enjoy camping next to the beach under the starry sky. And if you want to get acquainted with marine life by snorkeling or diving, remember to visit Tamarindo Beach, also in Culebra. And in Vieques, you must not miss the bioluminescent bay, an awesome light show aboard a kayak.
The South, In Contrast With The North
While the northern part of the island is known for its system of underground rivers and caves, such as the Cueva Ventana Cave and the Camuy River Cave, the southern part of the island offers a completely different scenario. In the southwestern part of the island lies el Bosque Seco de Guánica (the Guánica Arid Forest). You can enjoy hiking through its different trails, and of course, a delightful swim in the beautiful beaches of the area.
One big, simple conclusion:
Puerto Rico has an endless amount of thrills and experiences to satisfy the adrenaline cravings of any adventurer! Even if you live on the island, or visit frequently, take the time to plan out your next adventure, and be sure to let us know about it!