Dog Friendly Activities in Mexico & the Caribbean

Don’t leave Fido in the hotel room when you’re on holiday. Get out and play! No matter where you’re headed in Mexico & the Caribbean, we can point you towards the nearest off-leash dog park, the most popular dog beach, a really great hiking trail, and lots of other places to play with Fido.

Pet Friendly Isla Blanca
Isla Blanca Fido is welcome to frolic on this quiet dog-friendly beach located 30 km north of Cancun, MX. Situated on an isolated strip of land between Chacmuchuc Lagoon and the Caribbean Sea, Isla Blanca allows you canine companion beach play and water access. Please leash your pets when in close proximity to other dogs. Owners should be aware of wildlife such as sea turtles and spider monkeys whose habitat is on or near the beach. See Details
Pet Friendly Blue Cat Charters
Blue Cat Charters Blue Cat Charters offers dog-friendly luxury catamaran private charters in George Town, BS. During your all-inclusive trip, you and five guests will sail through Exumas. Fido will have designated housing onboard and plenty of opportunities to swim in the clear blue water. First Mate "Henry Ford" will be there to befriend your pup. The company can assist with Fido's health paperwork and import permits if desired. See Details
Las Nubes Winery Located in the Baja California region, the Las Nubes Winery is a dog-friendly spot to swirl, sniff, and sip a glass of wine alongside your furry friend. Wine tastings are held from 11am to 5pm, seven days a week, and leashed dogs are welcome to tag along. Young wine tastings are 150 pesos, and reserve wine tastings are 200 pesos. Saturday visitations require reservations. See Details
Hull Bay Hull Bay is a dog-friendly beach on the island Saint Thomas, United States Virgin Islands, located in the Caribbean. Hull Bay is a quiet beach on the Northside of Saint Thomas, located west of Magens Bay. It is frequented by locals and dogs. See Details
Ruffy's Canine Cantina Both humans and their furry companions are invited to let loose at Ruffy's Canine Cantina in Puerto Vallarta, MX. This dog-friendly leash-less park and social club offers two large play yards for Fido, and food & cocktails for their humans. Visitors can purchase daily, weekly, monthly or yearly passes to access this popular community gathering place. Ruffy's has separate enclosed areas for small and large dogs, and "Rufferys" are on site to ensure the space remains clean and fresh drinking water is always supplied. See Details
Parque Rufino Tamayo This dog park is large and clean. Inside the fence, owners will find poop bags to clean up any messes. Benches allow you to sit and chat with other pet parents. The park is also great place to go for picnic, roller-skating, biking, and running. See Details
Parque Morales Parque Morales is pet-friendly. Located within "De Morales" Juan H. Sánchez Park in San Luis, this fenced dog park welcomes pups to play off-leash. The park has lots of shady trees and agility equipment for Fido to enjoy. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind and to keep an eye on pups playing in the park. Parque Morales is open every day of the week from 6am to 10pm. See Details
San Perro San Perro provides a variety of custom tours for dogs and pet parents in Monterrey, MX. Experienced team members lead groups on hikes that differ in length and difficulty levels. Trips are led by guides who are experts in canine communication and a veterinarian attends each trek to insure safety. Photographs from a professional photographer can be purchased following the outing. See Details
Walking with Culture 'Walking with Culture' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Rodrigo. The walking tour stops at major landmarks such as Primera Street, the fish market, Flag Square and more. Your guide will educate you on Baja's history and colonial origin, the local economy and Ensenada's gastronomical culture. The experience lasts 3 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 6 and up. Parents can also bring children under 2 years of age. Rates start at $28 per person. See Details
Hobie Cat Beacch Isla Verdes' Hobie Cat Beach in Puerto Rico allows dogs on the beach. You can bring your pet with you for a day in the sand. See Details
Parque de los Venados Parque de los Venados is pet-friendly. This urban park is home to beautiful gardens, large fountains and a famous Pancho Villa statue. You'll also find a planeterium and an open air theater on a wander along the paved pathways. The park is popular among dog parents training their pups in obedience. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
El Yunque National Forest El Yunque National Forest is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome on the many hiking trails around this national forest. See Details
Parque Hundido Parque Hundido is pet-friendly. This urban park is located in Benito Juárez, Mexico City. Bring your pooch along to sniff out the sights. You and your pooch will find a special area for hanging out without a leash. Don't forget to keep your dog under control and to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
Condado Pet Park The San Juan Pet Park is located in the Luchetti Street of the Condado Area. It has an agility course for dogs to practice different skills, gazebos, benches, and water fountain for pet owners and dogs. Ther is no other park like this one in the area. Highly recommended! See Details
Boat Day V.I Dogs are welcome on board with Boat Day V.I. in Saint John. You can bring your salty sea dog with you to enjoy one of the many tour options on offer that usually depart from Cruz Bay, although they also offer villa pick up. The boat days on offer include snorkel trips, beach hops, a chance to explore the shores of St. John, or for those of you that suffer from fomo, all of them or whatever else takes your fancy, because you can design your own trip with the accommodating folks at Boat Day V.I. Additionally, there are a range of different beverages available during your tour, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic. You can book Fido's day on the water through their website or by telephone today. See Details
Land's End Arch At the southernmost tip of the Baja peninsula, you'll find the Land's End Arch, one of Cabo's most famous landmarks. This area is comprised of a large cluster of rock formations that were carved into fantastic shapes by wind and sea. During low tide, many visitors like to walk Fido here along Playa del Amante because it allows for a better view of an eroded passageway called the Arch of Poseidon. See Details
Coral Beach Coral Beach, also known as Playa Mirador II, is Latin America's first pet-friendly beach. As a Blue Flag Beach, it has extremely high standards for the quality of water, safety, ecological education, specific services like wheelchair access and general environmental management. For everyone’s benefit, the beach is outfitted with palapas, showers, bathrooms, a parking lot for cars and bikes, lifeguards, and in future, a playground for dogs will also be added.
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Bermuda Railway Trail Bermuda Railway Trail is pet-friendly. In 1984, almost 40 years after the Bermuda Railway closed, the Bermuda Government transformed the remaining right of way into a trail for walkers and cyclists. This former railway line connects different parts of the island, starting at Somerset Bus Terminal. The trail is always open for leashed pups, as long as they are well-behaved and cleaned up after. See Details
Cabbage Beach Cabbage Beach is the ultimate destination for dogs and their owners. It is rarely crowded with beach goers, the water is absolutely beautiful, there are some trees where dogs and their people can sit under the shade and look out onto the water. Dogs can run and play and do what they do best. There is a parking lot nearby for those who drive in but the beach is also walking distance from any hotel, home or apartment on Paradise Island. It's fabulous! See Details
Harbour Island This island is easily accessible from North Eleuthera airport (ELH) and is considered the "Nantucket" of the Bahamas - where the rich and famous play. On the east side of the island is the Atlantic Ocean and three miles of pink sands beach - rated as one of the top beaches in the Caribbean. The west side is the harbour side and where the water taxis bring people in from the airport. Dogs are welcome at Harbour Island, however a pet permit is required for entry from outside of the Bahamas. Visit
In order to bring a pet from outside of the Bahamas in, you will need a pet permit for entry. Visit the website for more information on permit fees and requirements.
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Cane Bay Beach and Sunset Beach Cane Bay Beach and Sunset Beach on the island of St. Croix are very dog friendly. However one must note that dogs are not allowed to be unleashed during any turtle hatchings per National Park rules. See Details
Parque Xicocenetal Parque Xicocenetal is pet-friendly. Bring Fido along to play in beautiful surroundings at this centrally located park. The shady trees and winding pathways make for a great walk and dogs are even allowed off-leash in some areas of the park. If you plan on unleashing your pooch, make sure they are under voice control. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. This park is open every day of the week from dawn until dusk. See Details
Bravo Vintage We are the only truly Vintage store in Guadalajara, México. Come and visit! We are pet friendly, and always have a water station for your pet and treats for your dogs. Come and try some vintage while your dog is being pet by us See Details