Welcome to Aguadilla


It is a confusing place to navigate and the historic quarter has been largely abandoned in favor of generic out-of-town shopping malls along Hwy 2. Attractions in town are scant, although for practical considerations like the regional airport, shopping or car rental you may be obliged to stop by.

Surfers forge north to the unblemished beauty of beaches like Crash Boat, or continue to Isabela's beaches. Meanwhile, committed golfers beeline to the windy Punta Borinquen Golf Club, built for President Dwight Eisenhower. If neither activity appeals, bypass Aguadilla altogether for Rincón (south) or Isabela (just northeast).


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$179.99 Cultural & Theme Tours

The Perfect Getaway with Snorkeling

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Pr4less Tours Adventure, San Juan, Puerto RicoAfter we pick you up, we will go to the natural reserve La cueva del Indio, a many activities done at this location. Next will be enjoy gourmet coffee.Duration: 3 hoursStop At: La Cueva del Indio, Arecibo, Puerto RicoHere we will hike. This place is so magical, that one pics, will not describe. From February to end of April, we can spot whales (not guarantee) and much moreDuration: 3 hoursStop At: Gozalandia Waterfall, San Sebastian, Puerto RicoHere you have the option to learn how to make organic mojito, enjoy two waterfall (2) swimming, cliff jump, swings rope. And much more...Duration: 3 hours

$140 Tours & Sightseeing

Wander to the West

9:30 am pick-up 2hour drive to Aguadilla 11:30-12:30-Swimming and snorkeling at Crashboat beach (up to 3 snorkeling sets are included) this beach is most popular for the 1000’s of tropical fish that surround the dock that can also be seen right on the surface which makes it simple and excellent for snorkeling. 12:45-1:15 Lunch stop at local Puerto Rican restaurant  1:45-2:30 walk through The Guajataca Tunnel this 200yr old railroad tunnel connects Isabela and Quebradillas. The most enchanting views awaits at the end of the tunnel. 3:15-4:00- our last stop brings to a 100ft long & 100ft high bridge known ass the Bellac bridge. Here we will be above the trees with a view of the Alantic ocean off into the distance.  Guests will arrive back to their pick up destinations by 6pm **Lunch is not included in price***