Puerto Rico's Best North Coast Beaches Tour from Old San Juan

Kid Friendly in San Juan

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An MBTION VIP exclusive this unique, private, secure and personal experience takes you to the three best local beaches in the north coast.If you are among the millions of tourists visiting each year to enjoy the warm turquoise waters of our beaches then the hand picked beach collection in our Gems of the north beach hopping experience is just for you.After you board our private luxury vehicle your driver and personal guide will take you away from the commonly visited beaches of San Juan to a three stop experience visiting the hidden gems of our north shore; Poza del Obispo, Poza de Las Mujeres and Mar Chiquita.Each 60 to 75 minutes stop will let you appreciate the beauty of each beach, bath in its warm waters and take as many pictures as you want in beaches that very few have the chance to visit and experience.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Playa Mar Chiquita, Manati, Puerto RicoLegend tells the name comes from the legend of a Puerto Rican woman, very cheerful and attractive, who always walked along the shore of a large limestone rock.One day, as a result of an earthquake, she sliped and fell into the sea. Suddenly, on the verge of losing hope to save herself, one of the stones broke in half and the torrent of water that passed between the stones dragged her, leaving her on the sand and "miraculously saving her". It is said that this woman was called Fini-Ana and that thanks to that miracle Mar Chiquita was formed, providing her waters in which she could then swim without any danger. Before visiting you should know that there are areas where there is no sun protection, that is, that you must carry some umbrella or canopy because believe me ... you're going to burn without it! Duration: 1 hourStop At: Poza de las Mujeres, Manati, Puerto RicoIt's name is due to the fact that in the years 1600 to 1700, when Puerto Rico was a colony of Spain, only women of high society bathed in it. This was a private sector until the year 1900 when it became open to the general public. If you ask where the men bathed, the answer is: on the other side. What is known as Mar Chiquita.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Playa Poza del Obispo, Arecibo, Puerto RicoThe event behind the name of this beach is unknown by the vast majority of people who enjoy it.History indicates that the first Puerto Rican bishop, Juan Alejo de Arizmendi and de la Torre, born in San Juan in 1760, while making a crossing from Santo Domingo to San Juan on July 16, 1785, his ship capsized in front of the reefs of the Arecibo coast, miraculously saving itself. From this significant event, this coastal area of Arecibo acquires the name of the Poza del Obispo.Duration: 1 hour

What’s included

  • Bottled water / Personal Guide Hotel / port pickup and drop-off Transportation in black vehicle

What’s not included

  • Exclusions Gratuities (recommended) / Entrance fees (Additional) / Food and drinks (Additional)