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Family - Spring Break Question

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Family - Spring Break Question

We are considering travelling to the Wyndham Grand Rio Mar during the week of March 15th and are hoping someone on the forum can comment on the "Spring Break" situation?

We are a family of 4 with a 3 year old and 6 year old and are looking for a family friendly place that won't be over run by college kids on break.

Have nothing against college kids on break having fun - was one myself - but looking something quite and relaxing for the family.

Thanks in advance.

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1. Re: Family - Spring Break Question

PR is a family friendly destination. You don't see the college spring break scene typical of Daytona or Cancun.

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2. Re: Family - Spring Break Question

No worries. PR is not a spring break destination for college kids.

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3. Re: Family - Spring Break Question

Thanks for the prompt responses! Looking forward to our first trip to PR.

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4. Re: Family - Spring Break Question

You should be fine, spring break is not until april 1(beginning with good Wednesday and up to Easter Sunday).

College students spring break is not like Cancun, Miami, or Panama City type. Many families also take vacation during that time, and there aren't beach parties going on.

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