PUERTO RICO: San Juan & Guanica
Specially curated for wonder women of consequence
With a fusion of Taino, Spanish and African cultures under the US flag, located between the large and small Caribbean Antilles, Puerto Rico is a fascinating place to experience. You will vibe with the rhythm of cosmopolitan and old San Juan in the north Atlantic Ocean coast, and will journey across the central mountain range to bathe in the crystal waters of the southern Caribbean Sea. You will walk through 500 years of history on the cobblestones of Old San Juan and El Morro Fort. You will be embraced by flora and fauna where the ocean meets the rivers of the San Juan Estuary in an exclusive boat tour not available to the public. You will bask among mangroves, corals and colorful tropical fish in a secluded biosphere reserve in Guanica, an unbeaten path rarely reached by visitors. And you will be nourished physically, mentally and spiritually with a daily yoga practice, including our first session on paddle board in the San Juan Lagoon.
Your Renewal Experience
Includes 4-night accommodations, 4 private tours, 5 Yoga group sessions, 4 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 1 dinner, San Juan/Guanica roundtrip transportation, personalized attention with maximum of 24 guests, relaxation + inspiration + adventure. For your convenience, we have a Master Concierge to assist you in researching flights and any additional custom-made experiences. Airfare and airport transfers are not included.
$1,990 Per person in double room
$2,490 Per person in single room
Payment plan option with $600 booking deposit
Sharing The Love
Renovad is committed to giving back to the communities that welcome us warmly through our journeys. The San Juan Estuary is an ecological habitat boasting 33 percent of Puerto Rico’s mangroves and over 600 species of flora and fauna, some of them endangered. The Estuary’s footprint, 17 miles east to west between Carolina and Toa Baja, receives over 80 percent of imports and over 11 million of visitors by land and sea, and it sustains the largest volume of commercial activity and population in the island, while providing the scenario for a myriad of water sports and leisure activities. Upon the impact of Hurricane Maria, the Estuary served as the first natural line of defense.