Life’s different on the northeast coast. With the perfect mix of laid-back beaches and tropical adventure, Staying in Rio Grande next to the beach is both steps away from a private stretch of sand along the Atlantic, and the closest place in Puerto Rico to El Yunque Rainforest. We’re also just a short drive to the historic attractions of Old San Juan, the “Second City” of Ponce, kayaking Bio Bay, and numerous ziplining options – one of the most popular things to do on the island.

Originally settled by the Spanish in the early 1500s, the historic center of Puerto Rico’s capital city is full of preserved colonial sites.
Old San Juan at Puerto Rico
A Puerto Rican treasure and the only subtropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest System, El Yunque is right outside our front door.
Tours of El Yunque Rain Forest at Rio Grande

BIOLUMINESCENT BAY – VIEQUES (is the best) Do not do Fajardo Biobay. www.biobaytourvieques.com

Witness the otherworldly beauty of billions of glowing blue creatures in the waters off our coast, with year-round kayaking tours.
Bioluminescent Bay at Puerto Rico
Equal parts thrilling and breathtakingly gorgeous, ziplining in Puerto Rico is something you’ll never forget.
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Zip Lines