AM flight to San Juan (SJU). Group transfers to Rincon around 2:30pm (our drive is about 2.5 hours), check in around 5pm. We’ll have time that evening to check out a local restaurant, grab some provisions, get settled in, and start enjoying our amazing home away from home; right on beautiful Sandy Beach! (Toes in sand – cocktail in hand)
In the morning we’ll head out to Rincon’s own beautiful, protected waters of Tres Palmas Marine Reserve for an amazing two hour paddle/snorkel excursion. Afternoon is free time…. maybe take in a surf lesson or explore other beaches.
Around happy hour we’ll gather and head down to Rincon’s town center plaza and enjoy taking part in their weekly, coveted Art Walk! Rincon’s Art Walk is a great opportunity to mingle with locals and tourists alike and support the local artisans! Hand-made souvenirs can be found at every budget. We’ll stay for dinner and maybe even enjoy some live Latin or Reggae music!
Partial free day, with optional trip up into the tropical mountains for hiking to waterfall and swimming. That late afternoon we can gather around happy hour and stroll down the beach to one of Rincon’s best beach-front hot spots. We can enjoy dinner, live music and maybe even dance the night away!
Free day! You might just want to relax and enjoy one of the many outdoor lounging areas at our Villa. Our property is amazing so take some time to soak it in! We can even arrange for massages or yoga right at our place!
Here are a few reasons to get trip insurance:
Even Iceland itself has demonstrated the importance of trip insurance! Immense volcanic ash from the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano in 2010 halted air travel throughout Europe, resulting in the largest air-traffic shutdown since World War II. The closures caused millions of passengers to be stranded not only in Europe, but also across the world.
In 2014, ongoing magma movement, intense seismic activity and a multitude of small earthquakes beneath the Dyngjujökull glacier near the Bárđarbunga volcano, the country’s second highest mountain at 6,560 feet, resulted in an air travel warning that peaked as an “orange” alert – the second highest on the color code meaning “escalating unrest with increased potential of eruption.”