Paris Permenter & John Bigley's
Caribbean Family Tripper travel guide

Your guide to Caribbean family vacations from a husband-wife team of professional travel writers and guidebook authors.

Become a CaribbeanFamilyTripper fan on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our RSS feed:
Site Features
Family resorts
Caribbean travel news
Where to Go?
Antigua & Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Cayman Islands
Dominican Republic
Mexican Caribbean
Beaches Resorts 

Search CaribbeanFamilyTripper.com



Wyndham El Conquistador Resort & Country Club

Perched atop a 300-foot cliff, this is one of the grandest resorts in the region. With 918 guest rooms, it’s not the place for those looking for privacy and to get away from the crowds, but you’ll find just about everything else at this $250 million resort.

Choose from an 18-hole championship golf course, a private marina with rental boats and charters for deep-sea fishing, scuba facilities, six swimming pools, seven tennis courts, a nightclub, casino, fitness center, salon, and luxurious shops. Not to mention a 100-acre private island, Palomina, where guests can be whisked on complimentary ferries. On secluded Palomina, families can enjoy snorkeling, nature trails, and siestas in hammocks stretched between tall palms.

Supervised Kids' Program

The kids’ program, Camp Coqui, is designed for kids age three to nine and nine to 13. This program is one of the most unique in the Caribbean. The kids’ program is located on Palomino Island, just offshore and accessible by water taxi.

With its own nurse located on the island and always in touch with the mainland by radio, the kids’ program includes activities such as watersports, nature hikes, and island crafts.

Special overnight programs are also available and give kids the chance to feel like Robinson Crusoe. The fee for the full-day program includes lunch, a travel journal, a duffel bag, and a T-shirt; a half-day program runs from 9-1, and does not include lunch.

Tel. 787/863-1000, Fax 787/863-6586. Toll-free reservations Tel. 800/WYNDHAM

Return to Puerto Rico with Kids



Caribbean Information

All About the Caribbean
Educational fun
Family activities, watersports
Family cruises
Passports, entry requirements
Photo galleries
Safety & health
Tourist information

Weather, hurricane season

Company Information

About Us
Press Room
Contact Us


Copyright 2006-2011
CaribbeanFamilyTripper.com is a division of LT Media Group LLC
All rights reserved
No text or photos from this site may be used without permission of LT Media Group LLC