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San Juan Travel Guide

San Juan Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in San Juan with our insider's guide.


If you'd like to use the tennis courts at a property where you aren't a guest, call in advance for information about reservations and fees....

Windsurfing and Paddleboarding

The waves can be strong and the surf choppy, but the constant wind makes for good sailing, windsurfing, or paddleboarding, particularly in Ocean...


It's Yoga Puerto Rico. Husband-and-wife team David Kyle and Elizabeth Sallaberry found the hot, humid climate of Puerto Rico perfect for practicing...


Most streets don't have bike lanes, and auto traffic makes bike travel somewhat risky; further, all the fumes can be hard to take. That said...


Does the name Roberto Clemente ring a bell? The late, great star of the Pittsburgh Pirates, who died in a 1972 plane crash delivering supplies...

Diving and Snorkeling

The waters off San Juan aren't the best places to scuba dive, but several outfitters conduct short excursions to where tropical fish, coral...


Puerto Rico's waters are home to large game fish such as snook, wahoo, dorado, tuna, and barracuda; as many as 30 world records for catches...


Puerto Rico is the birthplace of golf legend and raconteur Chi Chi Rodriguez—and he had to hone his craft somewhere. The island has more than...


El Yunque is the only tropical rain forest within the U.S. National Forest System. The park is officially known as the Bosque Nacional del Caribe...


Although the west-coast beaches around Isabela and Rincón are considered the places to surf in Puerto Rico, San Juan was actually the place...

Horse Racing

Hípodromo Camarero. Try your luck with the exactas and quinielas at Hípodromo Camarero, a large thoroughbred racetrack about 20 minutes east...


The Laguna del Condado is popular for kayaking, especially on weekends. You can simply paddle around it or head out under the Puente Dos Hermanos...



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