Relax and unwind on a leisurely catamaran sail to Icacos, a deserted island paradise off the coast of San Juan, with miles of white sand beaches and crystal clear water! Here you can search the island, collect shells, sunbathe, wade or swim offshore and view the underwater wonders of a living coral reef. Your picnic lunch and complimentary pina colada is served on board by the crew - what more could you ask for!
• 8.5 hours
Sit back and relax on this leisurely half-day trip to the El Yunque rainforest. You'll discover an amazing world of nature trails, waterfalls, scenic views and the sub-tropical rainforest habitat of Puerto Rico's endangered wildlife.
• 5.5 hours
Get a taste for the flavor and culture of Puerto Rico on this 3-hour, small-group Old San Juan food tour featuring several local eateries. Join your guide for a culinary exploration of island staples like plantains and sofrito, all with the cobblestone streets and colorful facades of the city’s oldest neighborhood as your backdrop. Your tour also includes a complimentary alcoholic beverage.
• 3 hours
Let a high-speed catamaran zoom you to one of the 10 top beaches in the Caribbean! This day trip from Fajardo takes you across pristine waters to a beautiful beach – Flamenco or Culebrita (Little Snake) – situated just off Culebra Island, known for crystal clear waters and colorful reefs. On the way, your crew will make a snorkel stop, including a buffet lunch accompanied by piña coladas and rum punch. The remainder of the day is yours for sunbathing, swimming or beachcombing along miles of powdery white sand.
• 6 hours
Discover the beauty of Old San Juan with writer David Rodríguez, author of The Rise and Fall of the Great Barbate. Tour Old San Juan's most important historic sites, learn about Puerto Rican culture, and experience the places and activities that authentically represent the stories and people of the past and present of Puerto Rico.
• 2 hours
Discover the rich heritage of Puerto Rico and wander the cobblestone streets of Old San Juan — one of the best-preserved Spanish colonial cities in the world — on this half-day tour. Admire the architectural jewels on the small island of Old San Juan city, and then absorb fascinating history at the Museo de las Américas. Explore 500-year-old San Cristobal Fort and take in breathtaking views of San Juan Bay and El Morro Fort. Round-trip transport from select hotels is included.
• 5 hours
If you're looking for an active way to experience Puerto Rico's native environment, take advantage of this combo adventure from San Juan! It includes a nature hike in an off the beaten path way that will lead you to amazing natural pools, waterfall and waterslides, followed by a nighttime kayaking tour on the bioluminescent bay. These two natural wonders provide a fascinating look at the island's ecology. You will also enjoy an authentic Puerto Rican lunch between both activities to enhance your cultural experience (food cost not included in tour price). Please make sure to read the description carefully. Trails used at the El Yunque Rainforest have been modified post hurricane 2017. This is now a moderate to strenuous activity that may not be suitable for everyone.
• 11 hours
Sit back and relax on this leisurely trip to the El Yunque Rainforest the only subtropical rainforest in the United States Forest Service and a relaxing time at Luquillo Beach where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean. We have several stops such as the Waterfall and Mamayes River .
• 7 hours
.Sit back and relax on this leisurely trip to the El Yunque Rainforest the only subtropical rainforest in the United States Forest Service. The forest system is a nature lover’s wonderland with river streams, hiking trails, and panoramic vistas. There’s no other place like it in Puerto Rico. In fact, there’s no other place like it in the entire United States. Under its trees, you’ll find a unique ecosystem that has enchanted its visitors for centuries. Which at this time is in nature’s recovery. This Tour gives a peak preview at the Rainforest after Hurricane Marias forceful winds.
• 6 hours
Post hurricane Irma & Maria (2017) notice: Most of the popularly known trails remain closed until further notice. Our tour route has been adapted into an Off the Beaten Path version in order to continue offering a full day of pure adventure. During this tour you will experience hiking thru the skirts of El Yunque National Rainforest, spot the different fauna and flora, and bathe in a waterfall; plus an added bonus of natural pools and water slides. Witness and support first hand the recuperating and blooming process of our beloved Forest, while learning interesting information and facts about the Rainforest, and recent updates of Puerto Rico in general.
• 7 hours