The event is held beachfront at your chosen hotel or Icacos island. This event can include obstacle courses, tug of war, crazy leg races, egg toss, hoop races, Scrabble (ping pong balls with letters), sand sculpture, water reed fill (PVC tubes with holes need to be filled with water), Jíbaro Race, and Waiter Race or Sand Ski.
Boat building competition
The event can also be held beachfront at your chosen hotel. The event includes:
- Team t-shirts.
- Materials needed for the construction of a rowboat.
- Paddles for rowing.
- Decorations for the final touches of the boat.
Once the allotted time is up, the boats are all lined up, and the race is on! The boat must hold two participants who will race to a designated buoy and return to the starting point. The first boat to return and "remain floating" will win the prize.
Mofongo demo kitchen
This event includes an evening walk through the Old City. The excursion offers an introduction to Puerto Rican cuisine, which comes from the roots, cooking traditions, and practices of Europe (Spain), Africa, and the Amerindian Taínos. Puerto Rican cuisine has transcended the Island's boundaries and can be found in several countries outside the archipelago. You will learn to cook traditional mofongo, a fried plantain-based dish, on this exciting activity. Similar dishes, known as fufu de plátano in Cuban cuisine and Mangú in the Dominican Republic, are made by boiling green plantain and then mashing them. Mofongo is generally made from fried green plantains (although fried yuca or breadfruit are possible), mashed together with broth, garlic, olive oil, and pork cracklings or bits of bacon. It is often filled with vegetables, chicken, crab, shrimp, or beef and served with fried meat and chicken broth soup. A local chef will help guests create their mofongo, and a bartender will teach attendees to prepare a refreshing Puerto Rican Sangria.
- Old San Juan Evening Tour (2 hours).
- Mofongo & sangria class.
- Three-course menu.
- One glass of sangria.
Scavenger hunt in Old San Juan
Old San Juan has been capturing the imagination of generations of people with its delicate hand-painted tiles, colorful mosaics, charming plazas, and artistic sculptures for many years. The group is separated into teams and armed with a list of riddles that will lead them to strategic clues, mysterious photo clips, and a map. Once they find a clue, they will mark down where they were able to locate it on a map. Guests find themselves in the most amazing places, crossing plazas, admiring colorful doorways, looking down alleys, in boutiques and galleries, or staring out over a stunning vista. A guide will accompany them along the way with enchanting stories of one of the oldest cities in the New World.
Activity includes: clues, maps, bandanas, bottled water, game coordination, event staff, and roundtrip transportation from your hotel.