Agron Palevic enjoys spending his free time traveling to destinations around the globe. During his trips, he often takes advantage of the opportunity to engage in some of his favorite hobbies. In San Juan, Puerto Rico, for instance, Palevic went scuba diving in the warm, crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean. He also enjoyed learning about the history of the city and spent time at the Castillo San Felipe del Morro, a fortress that was erected in the 1500s to protect San Juan from pirates and enemies at sea. In Mexico, Agron Palevic visited the ruins of Chichen Itza, a Mayan city that flourished in pre-Columbian times. There, a guide explained to him the mysteries surrounding an ancient game featuring a heavy ball and a hoop two stories high.
Aside from Puerto Rico and Mexico, Agron Palevic has journeyed to Canada, the Netherlands, Germany, and Colombia. He also lived on his land in Montenegro for two years before returning to New York. A socially conscious individual, Palevic has contributed some of his resources to organizations such as the American Cancer Society and American Diabetes Association.