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 two dive operators and a small number of dive sites in the area. To learn more about diving opportunities in this area go to this page.
If you or someone in your group enjoys playing golf you probably realize Rio San Juan isn't exactly overrun with golf greens. Still, there is one golf course in the area. The only course in the area is Playa Grande Golf Course. To learn about more golf courses throughout Dominican Republic, click this link.
If your group includes some foks who enjoy exploring new shops they can have some fun exploring a few of the area's 4 retail shops. Use this link to view our page dedicated to shopping in Rio San Juan.
Plan on also spending some time soaking in the sights, sounds and culture of Rio San Juan. To find out about other area sightseeing attractions, read this page.
If you love to snorkel you're in luck -- you can easily find places to do so while vacationing in Rio San Juan. Those needing to find more details about opportunities to go snorkeling here.
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