Are you going to Puerto Rico to attend the upcoming National Association of Disability Representatives (NADR) conference? If you need any information about the conference as well as any fun activities to do in Puerto Rico, look no further because we have a comprehensive guide for you.
Unfortunately eGenerationMarketing won’t be able to make it, but the comprehensive guide series must live on. Just keep in mind that we are not affiliated with NADR—we’re just giving you suggestions to ensure you have a great trip!
Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Golf & Beach Resort 6000 Blvd Rio Mar Rio Grand, Puerto Rico 00745 United States
Sunday, April 5th 11:00 - 6:00pm – Old San Juan Tour With Lunch
This tour is perfect for culture and history enthusiasts who like to get up close to the sites and examine the oldest city in the U.S. first-hand. There, you’ll be able to stroll through Old Spanish cathedrals and forts such as San Cristobal.
Monday, April 6th 7:00 - 10:00pm – Presidents Banquet
The NADR conference wouldn’t be complete without the Presidents Banquet. This is the 20th anniversary of the conference, so I’m sure they won’t be holding back. The dress code is usually semi-formal so dress up and have a great time!
Sunday, April 5th – VegFest Puerto Rico
Come for a day of fun and working together for a good cause. VegFest is a yearly vegan event, with an all-day festival with local farmers, artisans, food vendors and much more.
The Puerto Rico food scene is diverse and delicious if you know where to go. If you didn’t have the time to scan Yelp listings but plan on having a voracious week, here are some suggestions of where to go.
Marbella - Enjoy the traditional American fare and Puerto Rican favorites for breakfast. Every morning or during the night the soaring wall of windows features breathtaking views of the colorful garden and azure ocean. Start your day off properly with an energizing breakfast. The continental buffet offers fresh fruit, smoked salmon, and delectable bakery items, while a more elaborate breakfast of eggs, bacon and sausage, fluffy pancakes, and cereal is available at the full buffet. Choose from a variety of fresh juices, coffee, and tea to complete your morning meal.
Richie’s restaurant – Just a 5-minute drive from the resort, this lunch spot is definitely worth it. Richie's has been around for 17 years and they specialize in fresh seafood, a unique Pineapple dish served with rice, fresh pineapple, and choice of meat or seafood. They have some of the best homemade Red Sangria in the island. If that doesn’t pique your interest, don’t forget to ask for the famous Richie's Drink.
Iguanas Cocina Puertorriquena - Enjoy authentic Puerto Rican cuisine favorites for dinner in this family-friendly setting in the Rio Mar Country Club. Overlooking the rainforest and River Course, Iguana’s is a great place to get food or drinks before or after you hit the links, or just come by for the great food and stunning scenery. Must-try dishes include arroz con pollo, mofongo, Caribbean lobster or the catch of the day.
We hope you are looking forward to Puerto Rico! We are always available for anyone that might be interested in learning about our lead generation services for Social Security disability representatives. We won’t be at the conference, but please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to discuss our lead program.