Schedule in some time to explore beaches, bioluminescent bays, rainforest ziplines, and much more
You may be coming to Puerto Rico to compete, but be sure to leave time for some fun and games off the field, too. No matter where on the Island you'll be, a beautiful slice of paradise awaits.
Charter a catamaran to a tropical islet or cay for a team outing. 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 and has its own dedicated Team-Building Center.
For inspired cuisine, nightlife, and culture, look no further than cosmopolitan 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 of all kinds, or celebrate a win by sipping 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.
With 45 sporting facilities spanning 1,500 acres, Albergue Olímpico in Salinas is Puerto Rico's largest athletic and recreational complex. During the summer, it's also home to Olimpia Water Park, with numerous water slides, wave pools, splash zones, and shallow play pools for younger kids. Other attractions at Albergue Olímpico include a ropes course, mini-golf, rock climbing walls, and the Olympic Museum of Puerto Rico, which pays tribute to Puerto Rican athletes. Also in the area is the Puerto Rico International Speedway, one of the top motor racing facilities anywhere in the U.S.
Beyond city limits lies a side of Puerto Rico that is nothing less than enchanting. Get to know the Island by embarking on a chinchorreo — a gastronomical road trip to sample restaurants and bars in small towns. Discover Puerto Rico can help you plan a chinchorreo route that will have your team dancing to the jukebox and sipping Medalla (a popular local beer) just like Boricuas (Puerto Ricans).