Puerto Rico Holidays – Fun & Relaxation
What Caribbean destination has rapidly become the favorite choice for savvy travelers? Bookings for Puerto Rico holiday adventures reflect the wide variety of activities the island offers. And Island vacation choices that are perfect for everyone’s accommodation needs can be found, from friendly budget hotels to their amazing five-star resort selections.
Many travelers choose this tropical island to enjoy the warm, sunny tropical climate. The many beaches all have their unique flavor and the opportunities for ocean fun are varied. Relaxing and sunbathing abound as temperatures average around 80 degrees year around with plenty of sunshine. Surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing are just a few of the most popular Puerto Rico holidays activities that water lovers partake in. And just image the magical feel of a boat tour or kayak expedition under the full moon on one of the glowing, bioluminescent bays!
The island also boasts some of the finest golf courses in the Caribbean with a selection of 15 courses within an easy commute from San Juan metropolitan area alone. The Trump International Golf Club is immense, with two 18-hole championship courses which the PGA Professional Tom Kite designed with plenty of challenges. And tennis, horseback riding and hiking opportunities are all available to savor on a Puerto Rico holiday.
Once you are ready to take a break from the beach, exploring the rain forests and other outdoor resources, there are plenty of shopping, dining and nightlife choices to be found. The Plaza las Americas is the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean, and the island boasts unique items such as handmade cigars, craft items and of course, its world famous locally produced rums. Dining choices are the most varied for any destination spot in the Caribbean. The recipes that are most unique to the island usually feature plantains and pork as the primary ingredients. The exotic tastes, beautiful scenery and great hospitality provide for an enchanted experience not to be missed!
Source by Harry Bernstein