The sleepy town of Rio San Juan shows its roots as a quiet fishing village on a daily basis as tourists travel here in small numbers and center much of their activity around the marina. Sailing and fishing are still top pastimes, and a growing number of people are choosing to make waves diving and snorkeling as well. On land, there is not much to do outside of sightseeing, getting in a bit of shopping, and enjoying the laid back nightlife.
Caves, tunnels, and color coral reefs are found in close proximity to Rio San Juan. Divers staying in the area will have no problem heading out for a dive.
You'll find a couple of dive operators and a small number of dive sites to choose from. Anyone needing to get more details about diving in this area, can do so by clicking here.
Want to play some golf on vacation? Rio San Juan isn't necessarily a golfing paradise, but there's one place to be aware of. The only course in the area is Playa Grande Golf Course. To visit our detailed guide to golf courses throughout Dominican Republic, go to this article.
If there are some people who love to shop traveling with you, they can while away some time exploring a few of the area's 4 retail stores. To read about opportunities for shopping in Rio San Juan, read this page.
You should plan on spending some of your time exploring the sights, sounds and culture of Rio San Juan. Read this page which is all about area sightseeing attractions if you need more details.
If you love to snorkel you're in luck -- you'll have plenty of chances to do so while vacationing in Rio San Juan. To reach our detailed page about local snorkeling opportunities, check out this page.
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