The following lists provide an overview of local attractions and destinations close to this property.
Points of Interest
Bacardi Distillery Rum Factory
The journey begins by being transported through time to Santiago Cuba at Casa Bacardi, where it all started. Visitors will enjoy an interactive tour through history, observe the production process and experience the party spirit of the Bacardi brand.
Fort San Cristobal
Castillo de San Cristóbal is the largest fortification built by the Spanish in the New World. When it was finished in 1783, it covered about 27 acres of land, basically wrapping the city of San Juan. Today it's a wonderful historic site to explore.
Fort San Felipe del Morrow
This 16th-century citadel lies on the northwestern-most point of the islet of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Named in honor of King Philip II of Spain, the fort, also referred to as "El Morro" or "promontory," was designed to guard the entrance to San Juan Bay and defend the city of San Juan from seaborne enemies.
Island of Culebra
Located about 19 miles east of Puerto Rico, the island is seven miles long and three miles wide. Culebra municipality is under the domain of Puerto Rico, which has been under the protection of the United States. Visit the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge established 1909. Tours are available.
There are more than a dozen lighthouses on the island. Many of them are restored and some are even operational today. All were built in the 19th century; the earliest was erected back in 1882, and only a few sites are in ruins today.
Belz Factory Outlet
The first enclosed factory outlet mall in Puerto Rico, the Belz Factory Outlet provides a diverse mix of 446,000 square feet of retail shops, live entertainment and restaurants to explore.
Old San Juan
Fall in love with the beautiful cobblestone streets and colorful buildings that date back to the 16th and 17th centuries, when Puerto Rico was under Spanish possession. With an abundance of shops, open-air cafés, restaurants, gracious homes, and tree-shaded plazas, Old San Juan is a must-see.
Sports & Entertainment
Explore the foothills of the rain forest and see the spectacular scenery of Puerto Rico's east coast. Guests take in the excitement of roaming through towering trees, treading through rivers and traversing through vast, rugged terrain on a 300cc four track.
Bioluminescent Bay Kayak Tour
Under the blanket of the night sky and the historical lighthouse of Fajardo, guests embark on a guided night trip into one of the most amazing natural phenomenon. As they paddle through the mangrove channels, they meet microscopic plankton capable of producing natural light when the water is disturbed. Every stroke of the paddle leaves behind a glowing swirl of blue light, and fish light up the path.
Deep Sea Fishing
Puerto Rico's experienced boat captains and fisherman will take fishing enthusiasts out for the big game. A great tour for the adventurous fisherman to have the chance to catch blue and white marlin, sailfish, dorado, tuna, and anything else under the sea.
El Yunque Horseback Riding Tour
Guests enjoy incredible views and experience stunning flora and fauna of this unique ecosystem. This extraordinary tour travels alongside the Mameyes River, whose fresh, clear waters are perfect for cooling off during the half-hour swimming and refreshments break.
El Yunque Rain Forest Tour and Luquillo Beach
Combining a morning trip to El Yunque rain forest with an afternoon of swimming, sunbathing and relaxing on serene Luquillo Beach. The soft sands, shaded by imposing coconut palm trees and the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean, make it a dreamer's retreat.
Moonlight Sail Cruise
Guests will enjoy watching the moon's reflection dance on the water as the balmy trade winds play a symphony of romance through the unfurled sails. Indulge in a relaxed, unforgettable evening sail on one of our private catamarans. The evening starts with our experienced crewmembers leisurely sailing around Fajardo Bay.
Rain Forest Guided Nature
El Yunque Rain Forest – the only tropical rain forest in the United States Forest System, covering 28,000 acres. Certified guides lead guests along trails and paths as they embark on an adventure through a place that receives over 200 inches of rainfall a year and nourishes over 240 species of trees and a variety of animals, including the endangered Puerto Rican parrot.
Sail & Snorkel Buffet
Guests can sail aboard a splendid catamaran to one of the nearby coral reefs. Throughout the sail, guests will enjoy a variety of snacks, including fresh tropical fruit and deli-style lunch. When anchored, riders may choose to snorkel among live reefs and hundreds of colorful types of fish, or relax on the pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Puerto Rico is known as one of the best scuba diving locations on the planet. Crystal-clear water and lots of reefs to explore just make it that much better. Beginners to advanced divers love it here.
Sunset Sail Cruise
Traveler's take in the balmy breezes of the tropics and watch the Caribbean sunset, indulging in a relaxed, unforgettable evening sail on private catamarans. The evening starts with experienced crewmembers leisurely sailing around Fajardo Bay.
Bioluminescent Bay Tour
Millions of luminescent, microscopic plankton light up when disturbed by movement.
- Island of Culebra
- Old San Juan
- San Juan