In Puerto Rico’s coldest municipality, the Festival del Frio de Adjuntas is held every year. This small mountain town has seen temperatures as low as 40 degrees F. To enjoy the natural surroundings, the first festival was held here in 2009.
The festival del Frío attracts over 20,000 people who camp out for the occasion. It begins at night in the Parador Villas Sotomayor pool area, and breakfast is served the next morning after a nature walk. Live music, local artisans, and other entertainment will be available until midnight.
The festival ends with ice being thrown into the Garzas River. Puerto Rico is known for its warm climate year-round. In a family-friendly setting, visitors can enjoy carnival rides and local artisans.