Puerto Rico Winter Swim Training 2016-17

A little more than a two-hour flight from the continental U.S., Puerto Rico deftly walks the line between American territory and international charm. A blend of Spanish, Indian and African influences, this island has tropical forests, sandy beaches and an ever-expanding dining and entertainment scene. When you visit Puerto Rico— aside from taking a ferry trip to the pristine beaches of Culebra or the glowing waters off Vieques—you can otherwise cover the whole island by car with day trips, from the time capsule of Old San Juan, the posh designer boutiques of Condado and the small-town charms of Poncé.

Puerto Rico boasts a pretty mild climate year round, with average temperatures consistently around 80. The peak of Puerto Rico travel season lasts from December to April, which is also the dry season. Puerto Rico is a U.S. commonwealth and the U.S. dollar is the official currency; U.S. citizens don’t need a passport or a currency converter!


Join us for your Winter Swim Training Trip this year!

Throw in a few Island Attractions:

  • El Yunque National Rainforest
  • El Morro
  • Surfing
  • Wale Watching
  • Arecibo Radio Telescope
  • Rio Camuy Caves
  • Full Moon Zip lining

Take your pick between the top rated Aquatic Facilities on the island:

  • UPR Rio Piedras
  • Natatorium San Juan
  • Bayamon
  • Cagues
  • Carolina In-doors
  • Carolina Arrevica
  • Barceloneta

Request Training Time Schedules:

Morning Times                Afternoon Times

6:00-8:00 AM                  2:00-4:00 PM

8:00-10:00 AM                4:00-6:00 PM

10:00-12:00 PM              6:00-8:00 PM


Stay in a Hotel accommodating to your needs:

  • Hyatt Place San Juan
  • Hyatt House San Juan
  • Hyatt Place Manatai
  • Embassy Suites
  • TRYP
  • Hampton Inn


Choose your method of transportation:

  • Airport Transfer
  • Bus Service
  • Van Rentals