The perfect honeymoon destination has great food, fun activities, romantic locations, perfect weather, and a good vibe. A Honeymoon destination has to be exciting, exotic, and inbeautiful, a place where memories can be made and looked back on with fondness for an entire lifetime.
Puerto Rico is just that kind of Caribbean honeymoon destination, an island and jungle paradise that still holds all the luxuries of big-city travel. Puerto Rico boasts world-renowned beaches, five-star hotels and restaurants, rainforests, historical landmarks, luxury resorts and spas, and so many other fantastic reasons for making this the place you need to visit to make your honeymoon memories.
Puerto Rico Honeymoon Quick Take
- When to Visit: The best to visit is during the winter months – December through March – or late Spring – mid-April to June.
- Getting There: Flights from the U.S. range from $300 to $600 and are often direct flights. Flights from Europe are longer and cost between $600 and $1200.
- Puerto Rico Safety: Puerto Rico is considered a safe destination, but it’s best to be aware of potential storms and hurricanes.
Honeymoon Resorts in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is home to many resorts that offer amazing amenities and a breathtaking landscape. Many of these resorts are great for honeymooners, but here are a few of our top picks in each area of Puerto Rico.
San Juan Honeymoon Resorts
San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico and one of the most densely populated – both with locals and tourists. It sits in the northeast corner of Puerto Rico and offers great nightlife.
AC Hotel by Marriott San Juan Condado
AC Hotel is located in a busy Condado district in San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico. Offering lively nightlife. plenty of entertainment and a cheerful atmosphere, have a unique honeymoon in San Juan’s vivid town.
Explore the beautiful beach, visit the historical museums, and gaze at the city’s colorful architecture. When you are tired, come back to your comfortable room which has contemporary decor and sophisticated furnishings. For couples, the Bedroom Suite is the best option. It features a king-size bed and a private balcony.
Olive Boutique Hotel
Located among a blue lagoon and verdant gardens, Olive Boutique Hotel is a tropical oasis waiting to welcome you with open arms. Their Gran Cru Suite is designed specifically for honeymooners. It boasts a bedroom, an extended living area, a spacious veranda, a dining area, rainfall showers, and a bar.
From sea-kissed wood to Spanish tiles, each corner of the suite is finished with intricate details. Check out the rooftop bar with panoramic views, have steak at Sage Steak Loft, and go on specially curated tours that include activities like cave adventures, snorkeling, and zip-line canopy tour.
Titled as Puerto Rico’s very first energy star-rated hotel, the Spanish-styled Casablanca Hotel is situated on a quaint street of old San Juan Hotel. If you are an environmentally-conscious couple who wants to make our planet a better place, you will feel at home at an Energy Efficient Certified hotel.
Featuring restored antique wood furnishing, Moroccan accents, and local artwork, the Classic Queen room is ideal for a honeymoon. The hotel provides several amenities to ensure you have the best vacation.
Hotel El Convento
Sitting right across the magnificent Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, Hotel El Convento is a Spanish Colonial-style hotel in a restored 17th-century convent. The hotel offers immaculately furnished rooms with Spanish vibes in a Caribbean setting and a range of amenities to make your retreat convenient.
Newlyweds can choose one of their all-inclusive honeymoon packages that are customized to their needs. Unwind with a rejuvenating spa therapy, plunge into a pool, and explore the town’s old-world charm.
Vieques Honeymoon Resorts
Vieques is actually a small island just east of the Puerto Rico mainland, but it’s still a commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The island is covered in rolling hills and is home to one of Puerto Rico’s bioluminescent bays.
Bravo Beach Hotel
On your Puerto Rican honeymoon, immerse yourself in tropical goodness, raging waves, and salty ocean breeze at Bravo Beach Hotel. Boasting rooms, suites, and villas with ocean and garden views, the hotel is a perfect package for couples in love with water sports, sultry outdoors, and of course, each other!
Stay in your elegantly furnished honeymoon suite and gaze at the sun melting into the water, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, kick back and chill by the poolside and venture out to surf the waves. Their starting price is $99.5 per night.
Malecon House is a laid-back 13-guestroom boutique hotel in the quaint seaside town of Esperanza on Vieques, a small tropical isle situated on the southeast coast of Puerto Rico. Sitting amid tropical skies and gorgeous Caribbean shores, the hotel offers rooms with sea views, private terraces, and amenities including an air-conditioner, en-suite bathroom, mini-fridges, and internet access.
For your honeymoon, opt for a Deluxe Room that boasts vistas of the ocean, a balcony, and a plush king-size bed for $180 per night.
W Retreat & Spa – Vieques Island
The ocean-front resort is sprawling on a secluded beach of Vieques Island, approximately 1.8 miles from Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport. Besides basking in the sun and relaxing in the comfort of your opulent room, enjoy luxurious services and amenities with your loved one including spa therapies, massages, access to private beaches, infinity pools, fitness center and yoga sessions. To have an ultimate Caribbean experience, book Fabulous Ocean Front Escape for your romantic getaway and run away on a wild tropical adventure.
Culebra Honeymoon Resorts
Culebra is another small island off the coast of mainland Puerto Rico. It sits just 20 miles off the east coast and is best known for its glistening white sand beaches and well-populated reefs.
A short distance away from the stunning Melones Beach of Culebra, Club Seabourne is a boutique hotel sprawling on a scenic hillside. If you want to escape to the Caribbean wonderland in the comfort of a mini-resort and your partner, make a beeline for Club Seabourne.
Offering Deluxe Villas with gorgeous views of Fulladoza Bay, well-appointed Villas for up to 4 people and basic rooms like Nests and Cottages geared towards couples, the hotel caters to all sorts of holidays and budgets. Relax on the poolside under the warm sun and gaze at the ocean from your terrace, enjoy your exotic vacation with your significant other to the fullest. The basic rooms start at $149 per night.
El Yunque Área Honeymoon Resorts
The El Yunque is actually the one-time national forest of Puerto Rico. It’s a lush area of vegetation that offers an unparalleled experience. It’s close to the capital, just a short drive southeast of San Juan.
The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort
The swanky resort is sitting on a beachfront 483-acre former coconut plantation right next to the El Yunque National Forest. Let your hair down and lose yourself in the tropical warmth and the flurry of air on your honeymoon at St. Regis.
The resort has a Honeymoon Registry through which you can tailor a romantic vacation of your dreams. Stay in a supreme suite with lavish amenities, a luxe terrace with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, have a candlelight dinner by the seaside, and have adventurous activities including snorkeling, Catamaran sailing, zip-line canopy tour, and much more.
Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Puerto Rico Golf & Beach Resort
The Wyndham is a high-end beach resort located nearby Carabalí Rainforest Park. Offering numerous activities like tennis, golf, and water sports, the resort ensures you have a Puerto Rican memorable getaway with your spouse.
The resort has lagoon-style pools, spacious grandeur rooms, restaurants with fine dining options, and a mile of undiscovered beach right at the doorstep. The resort has customizable honeymoon packages that allow you to choose a room, unwind in a spa and explore the town according to your needs and budget.
Fajardo Honeymoon Resorts
Fajardo is considered the hub of most recreational boating in Puerto Rico, so if you’re looking to get out on the water chances are you’ll want to visit Fajardo.
El Conquistador, A Waldorf Astoria Resort
Overlooking El Yunque Rain Forest, El Conquistador is an upscale, beachfront resort where you can spend a memorable getaway with your significant other. From spacious guest rooms and private terraces to poolside cafes and Japanese baths. The resort strives to take you on a lavish romantic retreat.
Enjoy delicious meals at one of the 22 restaurants, visit Coqui Water Park and watch the lazy river flow into an abyss, spend a luxurious afternoon at Waldorf Astoria Spa and try out the whirlpool and make sweet memories together as you two walk on the sun-drenched shoreline.
West Coast Area Honeymoon Resorts
The west coast of Puerto Rico is on the west side of the main island. It’s the place to be for a beach day. The beaches here are considered the best in Puerto Rico, and it’s the undisputed capital of surfing for all of Puerto Rico.
Coconut Palms Inn
Surrounded by swaying palm trees, a long stretch of golden-sand beach, and away from the usual hustle and bustle of the town, Coconut Palms Inn invites you to have your honeymoon in a tranquil ambiance.
The guesthouse has beachfront and garden-side rooms, studios, and apartments. Some of them feature balconies that afford views of the ocean. Amenities include microwaves, coffeemakers, television, and cutlery. Spend your very first vacation as newlyweds in a relaxed environment right across the ocean.
The Tres Palmas Inn and Villas
The serene, oceanfront hotel is sitting on a private four-acre beach in Rincon fronted by the renowned surfing spot, Tres Palmas, and the Tres Palmas Marine Reserve. They have lavish villas and cozy cottages appointed with a kitchenette, refrigerator, microwaves, and coffeemakers.
For your romantic getaway, go for the Vine Room, an intimate option with a queen bed and ocean views. It costs $135 per night. The ocean is right across the hotel and you can try out various activities such as surfing, snorkeling, and swimming.
Rincon Beach Resort
Rincon Beach Resort is an upscale, oceanfront resort in Almirante Beach, on the Bay of Anasco. Spend an unforgettable honeymoon in a picturesque Caribbean setting enveloped by tropical breeze and warm sunshine.
The resort has a perfect package for couples that costs $399 per night. It includes a lavishly furnished ocean-view Junior Suite, a private Jacuzzi tub to unwind, and access to the resort’s facilities including a fitness room, swim-up bar, sea-view infinity pool, garden, and restaurants.
Guanica State Forest Honeymoon Resorts
This beautiful state forest is located in the southeast of Puerto Rico. It’s considered a subtropical dry desert, so it offers quite the contrast from the lush rainforest of El Yunque.
Copamarina Beach Resort and Spa
plan your romantic getaway with Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa and enjoy cozy nights and warm days under the tropical skies. Sitting on the Atlantic coast dotted with palm trees, the resort invites you to let go of the wedding stress and begin your journey as a couple fully rejuvenated. Their Celebrate Love in Paradise Package is $215 / per night and is aimed towards honeymooners. It includes ocean-view accommodations, late checkout, water sports, and daily breakfast.
Want to spend your honeymoon in a quiet, peaceful environment without any frills and fuss? Parador Guánica is a great option! Stay in their simple but comfortable, no-fuss rooms and have a nice meal at their restaurant on the shore of Guánica Bay. The rooms cost $102 per night (double occupancy) and they include a double bed, private baths with shower, electronic door locks, an air conditioner, satellite TV, alarm clock, mini-refrigerator, hair dryer, microwave oven, and a coffee maker.
Honeymoon Destinations in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico has many beautiful and romantic destinations perfect for any honeymoon. And each of these areas has great resorts and accommodations to make your honeymoon that much more enjoyable.
No matter what time of year you decide, you’ll want to bring plenty of swimsuits and sunscreen to enjoy the gorgeous beaches that Puerto Rico offers. Here are a few of the best honeymoon destinations in Puerto Rico and their corresponding accommodations.
One such beach, called Condado Beach, can be found in San Juan along the north-eastern coast of the island. Condado Beach is known by locals as a tourist beach, and for good reason, it has some of the best resorts and a true island vibe.
Condado Beach is a place any visitor will want to put on their list of must-see locations while in Puerto Rico. The city of San Juan also offers some seriously interesting attractions and beautiful scenery, along with amazing options for hotels and resorts.
San Juan holds a variety of historical buildings and cathedrals, you can easily spend a whole day leisurely walking the streets of Old San Juan with your loved one and marveling at the natural splendor of the city.
While you’re enjoying the beauty and history of Old San Juan, you can stop midday at a trendy and intimate little café by the name of Casa Cortes Chocobar. The theme of the café is, you guessed it, chocolate! Nothing says dreamy like sharing a chocolatey treat with your sweetheart in a bright, charming café just off the cobbled street of a quaint, island city.
Your vacation couldn’t be complete without a trip to the smaller islands off the coast of the main island. Vieques is a small, picturesque island off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico’s mainland. In addition to gorgeous beaches, Vieques is the perfect place to enjoy the multitude of more adventurous outdoor activities that are available in Puerto Rico.
Whatever your adventure style might be, Vieques has variety; jet-skiing, deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, and mountain hiking are just a few of the activities you can get into on the island.
Enjoy time indoors or lounging poolside at one of the jaw-dropping resort locations on Vieques, like the renowned W Retreat & Spa. The resort has luxury rooms with ocean views, restaurants, massage services, and you can even sign up for their honeymoon registry and let your wedding guests help pay for your trip as a wedding gift.
Also off the east coast, is another small island called Culebra. The island of Culebra is one of the larger islands but still a little quieter than some of its counterpart islands, which makes it a glorious destination for newlyweds looking to spend some quiet and quality time with one another. Culebra offers many of the same amenities as Vieques but you’re more likely to find quieter, more private beaches here.
Getting to Culebra can be a challenge if you do not plan for it. You can fly there on a flight that will be less than $200 RT, but the more affordable way is to take the ferry. The ferry has its own issues, long lines.
To avoid the lines that can take hours to get through, I highly recommend booking an excursion with Culebra Island Adventures. Not only will they take you kayaking, snorkeling and to the best beach on Culebra, but they will guarantee you a spot on the ferry without waiting in lines to get your ticket.
El Yunque Area
Aside from scenic beaches and splendid coastal cities, Puerto Rico is also home to some of the world’s last remaining rainforests. There is something wildly romantic about exploring the rainforest jungles of El Yunque. Unique from other rainforests, the El Yunque National Forest is easy to access and safe for visitors to travel through.
The stunning rainforest will mesmerize you from the moment you set foot into its luscious paradise; waterfalls, tropical birds, and trees that seem to skim the clouds are just a few of the captivating sights to see in El Yunque.
Rain does fall gently throughout the day, but it’s soft enough that a small umbrella will keep you dry when it begins and the rain ends quickly enough that you won’t spend more than a few minutes at a time with your umbrella open. In warmer months, you might choose to keep your umbrellas closed altogether and enjoy the refreshing mist of rain.
If you’re feeling more adventurous on your rainforest explorations, you can choose to join a guided tour group for a rainforest excursion that includes zip lining through the rainforest canopies.
Close to El Yunque in Fajardo is another natural wonder called Laguna Grande. Laguna Grande is one of three bioluminescent bays in Puerto Rico, it’s the second largest in the country but is often considered the most beautiful of the three.
Take in this spectacular sight on a nighttime sail with your special someone; in the cozy dark of the night, Laguna Grande twinkles simultaneously from its starry skies above and from its glowing waters below.
Extraordinary microorganisms that live in the waters of Laguna Grande are caused to glow and light up the water when boats row through them and stir the waters into ripples. Seeking out an official tour guide is recommended as there are rules in place to conserve Laguna Grande’s natural habitat; official charters will ensure that appropriate rules are followed while boating in Laguna Grande to keep the lovely habitat safe while you enjoy its ethereal, glittering waters.
West Coast Area
Puerto Rico’s west coast also offers a wide variety of gorgeous locations and exciting activities. The cliffs of Los Morrillos are a must-see, the dazzling view atop the cliffs looks out over the Caribbean Sea; the Los Morrillos cliffs include breathtaking wonders like natural bridges and arches formed from the rocks.
Also located on the Los Morillos cliffs is the Faro Los Morrillos de Cabo Rojo, more commonly known as the Los Morrillos Light or the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse, it’s a favorite sightseeing destination among tourists and locals alike.
The historic lighthouse sits 200 feet above the sea on top of limestone cliffs and offers a spectacular view of the surrounding sea and lagoons. You can tour the lighthouse, which is free to the public, every day except Wednesdays and most major holidays.
Guanica State Forest
An entirely different forest than El Yunque, Guanica State Forest is a dry forest along the southwestern coast of Puerto Rico. Guanica itself is a hugely diverse ecosystem that is home to dry weather plants like the melon cactus in the dry forest and also home to saltwater plants like mangroves and ocean animals like manatees which you can see at the Punta Ballena Reserve right next door to the forest.
There are marked trails to walk throughout the Guanica State Dry Forest and the scenery ranges from being surrounded with tall trees to open plains filled with cacti and other dry weather wildlife.
The Guanica Dry Forest trails display every sight from beaches to desert plains, to historic landmarks like old forts. It’s a wonder to experience such a diverse region of the world and you won’t be disappointed that you made time to include this adventure on your honeymoon journey.
With beauty and intrigue at every turn, a trip to Puerto Rico is sure to keep any newlyweds busy and deliriously happy on a once-in-a-lifetime kind of vacation. Whichever sights you decide to take in and whatever romantic locations you choose to explore, the magic of the island is what beautifully unforgettable memories are made of.
Puerto Rico Honeymoon: When to Visit
Once you’ve decided to visit Puerto Rico, you’ll want to choose the perfect time of year. Ideally, a honeymoon comes right after your wedding, but it can make sense to wait if you’re looking for the most magical time to visit the island.
The best time of year depends on what is important to you personally. Winter in Puerto Rico contains easily the best weather, ranging from the high 60s to the low 80s at the peak of the day’s heat. This is also the best surf season, so if you and your new spouse like to ride the waves, you may seriously want to consider a winter trip.
I was able to find some insanely cheap flights in February and booked on a whim one year. But the great weather and the start of the surf season is also the reason that winter is a heavy tourist season for the island, it’s not the most ideal in terms of crowds and longer waits at the best restaurants and other popular locations.
Spring gets warmer weather but fewer tourists and less concentrated crowds means reservations are easier to make. Plus the weather is still good. It’s not yet hot enough to be uncomfortable. Spring is also the least rainy time of the year which makes for great beach days in the sunshine.
Summer brings rain and the beginning of hurricane season. Flights to Puerto Rico will be cheaper at this time of year, but you’ll also meet the hottest times of year on the island. And you may have to schedule plans around the rain. If you plan a vacation during this time, I highly recommend getting a few travel insurance quotes in case you are unable to make your trip due to a hurricane.
Fall in Puerto Rico is cooler than summer by far, and tourists are at the lowest percentage during this time of year. September and October usually offer the most affordable airfare and hotel stays of the year; the discount travel accommodations, pleasant weather, and lack of tourist crowds can make Fall the most ideal time of year to visit Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico Honeymoon: Getting There
If you’re traveling from the U.SThere are two main ways to get to Puerto Rico. The first, and most common, way to travel to Puerto Rico is flying. Many major U.S. cities offer direct flights, so travel time is pretty easy. Depending on your departure city, these flights average between $300 and $600.
Another mode of transportation is a cruise ship. Many major cruise lines offer cruises that dock in San Juan and other major port cities in Puerto Rico. Traveling to Puerto Rico by cruise ship does mean a longer travel time, but it’s often more leisurely and offers amazing sightseeing.
If you’re traveling from Europe – by either plane or cruise ship – you’ll have to fly into a U.S. city first. This adds additional travel time and will be more expensive. Flying into the U.S. and then into Puerto Rico can range from $600 to $1200.
Puerto Rico Honeymoon: Safety
Traveling to any new destination brings with it issues of safety. The good news is Puerto Rico is considered a relatively safe destination for tourists. There are some criminal elements in Puerto Rico – like in any city in the world – but staying aware of your surroundings will go a long way.
One big safety concern in Puerto Rico is the potential for tropical storms or hurricanes. Hurricane season runs from June to November. This shouldn’t discourage any travel during this time of year, but it’s best to stay on top of changing weather conditions in the area.
Puerto Rico Honeymoon: Packing List
Like many other island destinations, you’ll want to be prepared for lots of sunshine, warmer temperatures, and many outdoor activities. Keep these few essentials in mind when packing your bags for Puerto Rico.
- Cotton or lightweight clothing
- Swimsuits and a cover-up
- Comfortable walking shoes and sandals
- Sun hat or sunglasses
- Lightweight rain jacket
- Sunscreen and bug repellant
Puerto Rico Honeymoon: Things to Do
There are plenty of romantic activities to partake in while honeymooning in Puerto Rico. You can find activities to suit your interests and vibe. Here are a few of the top activities to consider on your honeymoon.
Beaches and Water Activities
Puerto Rico is lined with dozens of different beaches that can be used to soak up the sun and take some time to relax. Plus, these beaches are often home to the water activities Puerto Rico is known for. You can find snorkeling, paddle boarding, or just swimming in crystal clear waters.
Experience the Bioluminescent Bay Phenomena
Two of Puerto Rico’s beaches are home to an amazing natural phenomenon. Both Mosquito Bay in Vieques and Laguna Grande in Fajardo are home to bioluminescent waters. You can take kayak tours and other guided tours to see the glowing blue waters up close.
Enjoy a Romantic Dinner
Puerto Rico offers visitors luxury dining experiences with beautiful ocean views. Find a great restaurant and dine in bliss. You can find great traditional fare or internationally inspired-cuisine.
Different areas around the island offer guided horseback riding tours through the amazing landscapes of Puerto Rico. You can choose between beach rides, scenic trails, or winding ridings through the lush countryside.
Sailing and Sunset Cruises
Puerto Rico also offers sunset cruises for honeymooners to experience the open ocean and painted skies as the sun dips below the water. These excursions can be booked privately and offer a very romantic setting.
There are a handful of wineries and vineyards dotted around Puerto Rico that offer wine tasting. Not only will you get to taste wine grown and made in Puerto Rico, but you’ll get to do it all while enjoying the natural beauty of the island landscape.
Many of the resorts around Puerto Rico offer in-house spas. You can book a couple’s day getting pampered while being surrounded by the beauty of Puerto Rico.
Take Dance Lessons
A great way to immerse yourself in the culture and local scenes of Puerto Rico is to take a dance lesson. Dancing is an important part of Puerto Rican culture, so you can easily find a salsa or tango dance class.
Puerto Rico Honeymoon: Getting Around
It’s also a good idea to plan ways to get around the island once you arrive in Puerto Rico. The island is quite large and is surrounded by smaller islands that can be visited for day trips, so you’ll need easy ways to move around. Fortunately, there are plenty of transportation options to move from place to place around Puerto Rico
Rental cars are a great option if you’re looking for a high level of freedom, but urban traffic can get backed up quickly. You can find major car rental companies operating at the airport and in most major cities, so finding an option should be fairly easy.
Taxis and Ride Sharing
Another great option for transportation around the island is taxis and ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft. Taxis are very safe and trustworthy, so it’s easy to get around using them.
Public buses are fairly reliable options and very cost-effective. The only downside to these buses is their limited access to more rural areas of the island.
Hop-on, Hop-off Tours
These hop-on, hop-off tours are great options in the big cities around Puerto Rico. These tours offer a running commentary of the area and frequent stops at well-known tourist stops.
If you’re looking to move from the main island to some of the smaller islands, you’ll want to consider ferries. These options run frequently and help get visitors to some of the most beautiful areas of Puerto Rico.
If your honeymoon plans take you to different areas around Puerto Rico, you’ll want a quick way to move between these large areas. A good answer to this issue is booking a domestic flight. These are offered regularly in large metropolitan areas.
Motorcycle and Scooter Rentals
Motorcycle and scooter rentals are great options for people who feel comfortable handling these vehicles. They offer a greater level of freedom to move around the island and around any traffic congestion.
Puerto Rico Honeymoon: Cost
Another important piece of a Puerto Rico honeymoon is understanding how much you might spend on your trip. Depending on a number of factors, a moderate honeymoon can cost between $2,000 and $4,000. But if you’re looking for more luxury accommodations and activities, you can look at spending between $5,000 and $10,000.
Puerto Rico is a great option for a romantic and luxurious honeymoon. You can find a variety of different areas to explore each with great accommodations and experiences to partake in. This guide will help you be prepared to enjoy everything Puerto Rico has to offer.
Recent Puerto Rico Honeymoon Packages
If you need some inspiration of how to create a honeymoon package for your trip here are a few example itineraries.
5 Puerto Rico Honeymoon Package
Stay in a 4-star resort steps from the water on the beachside with a daily breakfast buffet, $100 resort credit, and a room upgrade when available. Kayak a bioluminescent bay lounge by the sprawling lagoon-style pool, get a round of golf in at one of our two Tom Kite-designed 18-hole championship golf courses or tour the historic buildings of nearby Old San Juan.
7 Night Puerto Rico & Culebra Honeymoon Package
Stay in a 4-star resort with a daily breakfast buffet, $100 resort credit, and room upgrade when available while enjoying the beach, kayaking a bioluminescent bay, and exploring the island. Enjoy 2 days at the nearby Culebra Island with accommodations, relaxing on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and snorkeling with sea turtles.
He is an expert travel advisor and enthusiast. He has traveled extensively in the USA, Central America, South America, and Europe. He has visited every Sandals Resort and is one of a select few Diamond Elite members of the Sandals Chairman’s Royal Club.
Dan graduated from Johnson & Wales University with an associate degree in Culinary Arts. Later he graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies with a focus on people and culture.