A group high-fives after an activity at Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park.

High fives and adventures at Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park.

Group Activities

No matter what size or type of group you’re traveling with, the opportunities for activities in Puerto Rico are endless.

Looking for something to do on your group trip to Puerto Rico? The possibilities are endless. Whether your group wants to take it easy and soak up the scenery, learn more about the island’s fascinating history and culture, or get their adrenaline racing on an outdoor adventure, the experts at Discover Puerto Rico can give you plenty of ideas.

Our many partner DMCs can accommodate groups of all sizes, ages, and types. Take a look at these ideas for group activities around the island, and contact our Group Sales Team to create a customized itinerary for your group.

A team works together on the zipline course at Toro Verde Adventure Park.

Group activities abound at Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park in Orocovis.

Great Outdoors

No matter where you are on the island, a beautiful slice of paradise awaits. Charter a catamaran to an uninhabited islet or cay, like Icacos off the coast of Fajardo. For an awe-inspiring, only-in-Puerto Rico experience, organize a group kayak tour of one of the island’s three bioluminescent bays.

Head inland for an eco-tour of El Yunque, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. Or, get your group’s adrenaline pumping at Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park, which boasts one of the world’s longest ziplines, dubbed “The Monster.” In Utuado, take a group tour of the Tanamá River, where you can explore caves, caverns, and waterfalls, and go tubing down an underground river.

There are also tours of coffee plantations, forests like Toro Negro that are ideal for hiking and camping, and coastal adventures in beautiful areas like Rincón, Isabela, and Cabo Rojo.

A female tour guide leads a group on a walking tour of Old San Juan.

Flavors of San Juan walking Tour in Old San Juan. 

City Adventures

For inspired cuisine, nightlife, and culture, set your sights on San Juan. Here, groups can embark on a walking tour of the old town’s 500-year-old streets, take a cooking class from a renowned chef, visit vibrant museums and art galleries, or sip piña coladas at the bar where they were invented. To really stir things up, arrange a group distillery tour and mixology class at Casa Bacardí, which doubles as an event venue.

A vibrant Chinchorreo bus waits for its passengers to finish up at their latest stop.

A vibrant Chinchorreo bus waits for its passengers to finish up at their latest stop.

Off-the-Beaten Path Fun

Beyond city limits lies a side of Puerto Rico that is nothing less than enchanting. Host a family reunion or getaway at a colonial horse ranch in the rainforest, or embark on a chinchorreo — a gastronomical road trip to sample restaurants and bars in small towns (complete with a neon-lit bus).

There are also many ways for your group to give back something positive to the community during your visit. From coastal cleanup to native tree plantings to house builds in hurricane-damaged areas, Discover Puerto Rico can help you find local companies that specialize in sustainable travel and voluntourism around the island.

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