WHERE TO PLAY Puerto Rico has something to offer every type of active couple on holiday. The island’s scenery varies wildly, offering dry forests, rainforests, mountains, caves and canyons.
Sneak away to El Yunque National Forest on the island’s northwest tip to play together in waterfalls and under the jungle canopy. Or head west to spend the day in the Rio Camuy Cave Park, wandering the network of 200 caves.
In Fajardo, to the east of San Juan, you can bond while scuba diving alongside nurse sharks and parrotfi sh by day, and come night, especially when there is no moon, take a boat tour or kayak the bioluminescent bays where tiny organisms create a memorable underwater light show.
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WHERE TO STAY in Puerto Rico For couples looking to explore as much of the island as possible, it’s easy to stay in San Juan and daytrip to outlying areas thanks to many tour operators catering to this style of travel it’s perhaps the best way to maximize adventure and comfort. Venture into the mountains, and then retire to a beachfront setting that affords the option of more playtime.
Set on the Condado Lagoon, no spot is more ideal than The Condado Plaza Hilton. The resort offers guests a variety of watersports, including stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, snorkel gear and pedal boats. And with calm lagoon waters, the conditions favor fi rst-timers and those looking to improve their skills with a windsurfi ng or kayaking lesson.
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