Top 10 Bachelor Party Ideas In Puerto Rico - Updated 2021

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Puerto Rico is a great option as the go-to place for a bachelor party, especially for Americans since they don’t need to get any visas - or even bring their passports - to get in or out of it, being a territory of the United States. What makes it stand out from the rest of the other destinations is that it offers more than your usual bars and clubs. Located in the Caribbean, it features a variety of activities in and out of the water. The fact that Puerto Rico is significantly cheaper compared to other sites such as Las Vegas doesn’t hurt either. Check out this list for the top bachelor party ideas in Puerto Rico.

1. Sample amazing cocktails while touring Old San Juan (from USD 57.0)

A stag party isn’t complete without alcohol. With this tour, you not only get to enjoy taking your tastebuds on a cocktail taste tour - a great idea considering that Puerto Rico is the Rum Capital of the World - you will also get to see the sights of Old San Juan and learn more about its rich history. Do note that this tour only accepts groups made of 10 people or fewer. The activity runs for about two hours.

Puerto Rico Craft Cocktail Walk

Duration: 2 hours

9 reviews

2. Go ziplining and rappeling over a waterfall in San Juan (from USD 155.0)

If you and your buddies are adrenaline junkies, this is the Puerto Rico adventure for you. This activity takes your party hiking through the Carite State Forest, where you will rappel down a waterfall and then fly on five ziplines to get back to where you started. Along the way, you can take a dip in the crystal-clear river or even by the waterfalls if you wish. The rate is already inclusive of a home-cooked meal.

San Juan to Hiking, Zipline, Waterfall Rappelling, Gear, Lunch

Duration: 7 hours

6 reviews

3. Tour a rum distillery in Cataño (from USD 60.0)

Here’s another activity you can try out if you can’t get enough of the signature alcoholic drink of the world’s rum capital. This tour will not just give you the opportunity to learn how rum is made, you will also be able to taste different styles and vintages of the world-famous Bacardí rum, including those that you will not find anywhere else. If you want, you can buy some bottles from the on-site gift shop. You can enjoy a sumptuous meal at the in-house restaurant while you’re there.

Rum Tasting Tour - Casa BACARDÍ Puerto Rico

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

10 reviews

4. Get to taste the flavors of San Juan (from USD 111.0)

If you and your friends are foodies or just simply love trying out new food wherever you go, this is the tour for you. This activity will take you and your party on a tour of San Juan, where you can enjoy tasting local flavors from the restaurants in the area. Along the way, you will be able to learn more about San Juan’s history, particularly the culinary influences that gave Puerto Rican cuisine its distinctive flavor. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes, as this walking tour runs for approximately three hours.

Flavors of Old San Juan Food Tour

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

10 reviews

5. Explore a bioluminescent bay on a kayak in Vieques (from USD 60.0)

If you want to put a twist on a kayaking trip, check out this tour package, which takes you and your group exploring a bioluminescent bay. Since you’re going to be using clear-bottomed kayaks, you will get to see what’s hidden underwater, and you will also get to enjoy sights of the night sky. While the actual trip takes about two hours, this activity requires an overnight stay in Vieques so be sure to plan your itinerary accordingly should you wish to go on this tour.

Bioluminescent Bay Kayak Trip from Vieques

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

7 reviews

6. Go cruising on a catamaran in San Juan (from USD 113.0)

Here’s another tour you might want to check out if you can’t get enough of the water. This activity takes your party on a catamaran cruise to a nature reserve on the island of Icacos. While you’re there, you can go snorkeling and enjoy the sights of the beautiful marine life in the area. Once you’ve had your fill of the waters, it’s time to fill your stomach - this package already includes a buffet lunch that comes with rum punch or piña coladas.

From Fajardo: Icacos Deserted Island Catamaran & Picnic Cruise

Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes

10 reviews

7. Take a surfing lesson in Luquillo (from USD 66.0)

If you’ve always wanted to take a surfing lesson but never had the time to take it, your bachelor’s party trip gives you the perfect opportunity to pick up this skill. The lesson takes place at La Pared Beach, which features waves that are gentle enough for beginners. You will be in good hands, as your instructor will be former National Surf Champion Brian Ramos. Refreshments are already included in this package.

Luquillo La Pared Beach 2-Hour Professional Surfing Lesson

Duration: 2 hours

2 reviews

8. Learn salsa dancing in San Juan (from USD 20.0)

Fancy impressing the wedding guests with your fancy footwork? Why not kill two birds with one stone by improving your dancing skills while on your stag party? At San Juan, you can be part of a one-hour salsa dancing class taught by an instructor from Holland who will work with you regardless of your skill level - whether you’re a beginner or someone who’s a little more experienced but has become rusty or want to further hone your skills. In case you get hungry after your lesson, there’s an on-site restaurant where you can grab dinner or drinks.

Salsa Dance Class in San Juan

Duration: 1 hour

10 reviews

9. Ride along the beaches and forests of San Juan on a horse (from USD 110.0)

Want to enjoy a different way of exploring the sights of Puerto Rico? If so, this might be the adventure for you. Running for approximately 2.5 hours, this tour package will take you horseback riding across forests, beaches, and rivers of Puerto Rico. You will have the opportunity to stop by the beach to go swimming and even enjoy a few drinks. If you don’t have much experience in horseback riding, don’t worry, because everyone regardless of their level of skill is welcome.

Carabali Rainforest Adventure Park Beach Horseback Riding Tour

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

10 reviews

10. Experience an underwater sea trek in San Juan (from USD 102.0)

Taking a tour of Puerto Rico is standard, especially if it’s your first time in the area. What is not usual, however, is exploring its underwater depths, and this tour allows you to do just that. This activity allows you to spend 30 minutes underwater wearing a specialized helmet. Among the sea creatures that you can see while on your adventure are starfish, seahorses, octopi, and squids. No SCUBA diving experience is needed to do this and you don’t even need to know how to swim or snorkel to enjoy exploring Puerto Rico’s depths.

Underwater Sea Trek in San Juan

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

38 reviews

Take your bachelor's party to the next level

Today, there’s more to bachelor’s parties than boozing and partying. For many groups, spending a weekend with the guys before their best buddy gets married becomes more memorable when they do new activities together, and Puerto Rico certainly does offer a lot of things to try out.

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