Lakes and Rivers in San Juan

Puerto Rico really doesn't have long rivers like in the states, but the one it does have are beautiful and refreshing. The longest river is the Grande de Arecibo, followed by La Plata and Loíza. When it comes to lakes, does not contain any natural ones, but has 15 reservoirs and locals call them lakes. The Condado lagoon might be the best known and it is natural. Here, you can canoe and enjoy a beautiful scenery. Other natural natural lagoons besides the one in Condado include San Jose in San Juan, Piñones and Torrecillas in Carolina, Joyuda in Cabo Rojo, and Laguna Tortuguero in Manatí-Vega Baja. Other lakes are found in towns in the central mountain range such as Cayey, where you can swim in a lake called Carite. Tours such as las Tortugas Adventures will take you to places like this.

Acua Expresso

Pier 2,
(near Wyndham Old San Juan Hotel & Casino)

Commuter ferry service... read more

Angeles Sinkhole Adventure

Camuy National Park
University Gardens

Extreme cave adventure... read more

Ashford Avenue

Condado

Lots to See and Do... read more

Balneario de Boquerón

Route 101

Lively beach... read more

Luis Muñoz Rivera Park

Avenida Juan Ponce de Leon
Between aves. Muñoz Rivera and Ponce de León

Local Recreational Spot... read more

Botanical Garden-Rio Piedras

300 Cll 1 NE, San Juan 00920, Puerto Rico

University of Puerto Rico managed garden... read more

Parque Laguna del Condado (Condado Lagoon)

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Dos Hermanos Bridge

Beautiful Lagoon... read more

La Dulce Vida Mt. Bike & Adventure Co.

La Dulce Vida
HC-02 box 14726

Biking adventures on Vieques... read more

Las Tortugas Adventures

P.O. Box 1637, Canovanas PR, 00729-1637

Expert guides lead unforgettable kayak tours around some must-see island spots... read more

Castillo Tours Snorkeling Adventure

2413 Laurel Street
Punta Las Marias

Snorkeling Adventure... read more
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