Things to do, activities & excursions in Puerto Rico

Things To Do In Puerto Rico Curated By Local Guides

Puerto Rico's location, climate, size and diversity creates an endless menu of things to do for tourists and locals alike. Spend a day shopping in Old San Juan, Tour a 16th century Spanish fort, head offshore for some deep sea fishing, hit Rincon or the west coast for surfing or whale watching, kayak a bio luminescent bay in Farjado, do some rain forest hiking in El Yunque National Park....... it goes on and on. There are enough things to do in Puerto Rico to keep anyone entertained.

See all our curated things to do below or filter by region here: Old San Juan | Condado | Calle Loiza/Ocean Park | Isla Verde | Pinones | Rio Grande | Fajardo | Rincon & West Coast


Old San Juan

Spanish Fort Tours - El Morro & La Fortaleza - Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 

The first Spanish fortification constructed in Old San Juan was La Fortaleza built in 1533 some 12 years after the first Spanish settlers occupied the region in 1521. Castillo San Felipe del Morro (generally referred to as El Morro) began construction in 1539 and was completed in 1790. In 1898 when the United States took possession of Puerto Rico, due to the Spanish American War, El Morro was designated part of Fort Brooke and used as a military in stallion during WWI and WWII. El Morro and Old San Juan were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The Ultimate Old San Juan Shopping Guide

Old San Juan has the best shopping experiences in the Caribbean. We have put together the Ultimate Old San Juan Shopping Guide and we hope you love it. Complete with an interactive map of all of our curated shopping experiences, we tried to create the tool that we wanted to use ourselves. Click above to get the full guide. Enjoy!