Welcome to Cabo Rojo


Cabo Rojo (El Pueblo) – Cabo Rojo the town, that is – is the only bland part of what is otherwise a fascinating region. It sprawls haphazardly around Hwy 2 and acts as a supply center for the sparsely populated, mangrove-fringed coast outside town. Before you hastily depart for the nearby beauty spots, the town has three reasons to linger: a museum remembering the area's colorful erstwhile personalities, an office of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company and one of the west's best healthy-eating restaurants.


Top experiences in Cabo Rojo

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Cabo Rojo activities

$169 Day Trips & Excursions

Puerto Rico West Side Experience

Enjoy our pick-up locations, starting at 7:00am, at the Isla Verde Courtyard by Marriott, El Alambique Restaurant near the Water Beach Club Hotel, La Ventana al Mar in between La Concha Hotel and the Condado Vanderbilt, and the Sheraton Convention Center. Also, an informative 2 hour drive approximately from San Juan to Cabo Rojo. Bathrooms available at every stop. Full lunch will be provided at local restaurant. - Check out pristine ocean waters, white sandy beaches, and colourful skies over the horizon of the unique west coast. - Head to the Faro Los Morrillos lighthouse, enjoying views from its impressive cliffs, and visit Playa Sucia and the Salinas natural salt pools. - Hear about the natural salt deposit pools found in the southwest. - Feast on a gastronomic dinner created with local ingredients and daily seafood caught along the west coast of Puerto Rico at a local restaurant. -  View part of La Cordillera Central mountain ridge, which divides the north from the south of the island. - Learn about the diverse ecosystems along the way, traveling from a green tropical surrounding to a dry and yellowish habitat. - Discover the profound local history of various towns of Puerto Rico, heading southwest from the Atlantic Ocean towards the warm calm waters of the Caribbean Sea. Please bring beachwear and gear (swimsuit, sunglasses, flip-flops or water shoes, and towel), eco-friendly sunscreen and bug spray. Legal age for alcohol consumption under Puerto Rico's laws is 18 years and older.