What to Bring

We have tried to make our home as complete as possible for your enjoyment and there should be very little that you will need to bring. Please note that while a complete set of bed linens, beach and bath towels are provided for each stay, laundry and maid service are not included, but can be arranged. Please Click Here for a detailed list of what is included with each unit.

Snorkel Gear

If you have your own, bring it. There are lots of great spots to check out the underwater life, but you can also buy inexpensive gear at K-Mart, Wal-Mart etc, or rent them from the local surf and dive shop.

Water shoes

Not needed on our beach, but other beaches may have sharp coral or rocks.

Sunscreen

You do not want to have a sun burn wreck your trip.

Insect repellent

Not usually a problem, and you can buy locally, but some people are very sensitive to bits.

Sunglasses and/or Floppy hat

Same reason as the sunscreen.

Favorite Music CD’s

We have stereos in all our units.

Beach toys

Frisbee, football, sand toys for those with smaller children.

MOST IMPORTANT - A Good Attitude so you can relax and enjoy

It is slower paced in the tropics, My Best Advice- "Relax, Chill Out and Go with the Flow," Not all things go "as planned" in Puerto Rico, so kick back, relax and take in the Good Things. Embrace the "Manana Attitude"!

What about security and the airports?

Travel tips at the airport