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Off the beaten Path tour at El Yunque rainforest and Kayak Bio Bay Combo

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Combine 3 of the most popular attractions in Puerto Rico in one day, Coast, Mountains and Bio-luminescence Bay

On this tour we go scenic thru the northeast coast, passing town the Town of Loiza, cradle to our African heritage and seeing various beaches and the picturesque area of Piñones. From here we will go up into EL YUNQUE RAINFOREST (road 191) and do various scenic stops.

  • La Coca Waterfall
  • Yokahu Observation Tower and
  • Baño Grande Pool.

These stops are next to the road, effortless and beautiful photos 📸 opportunities.

From here we go to a private property on the outskirts of the Rainforest where you can do either a 5 to 7 minutes hike or a 2 to 3 minutes walk that leads into the beautiful Mameyes River (main artery of the forest). This spot has everything for everyone, swallow ends, private natural pools, rope swing and jumps. (55min)

From here we will do a scenic drive thru the middle of the Rainforest forest from the town of Rio Grande to the town of Luquillo to another private property with natural water slides (55min).

After spending a fun filled day at El Yunque Rainforest we will head towards Luquillo Beach and Kiosks, one of the most famous beaches in the northeast coast of the island, with over 50 restaurants and bars right behind the famous Luquillo Beach, where you can enjoy the great Puertorican gastronomy.

From here we will head into the farthest east point of Puerto Rico. The town of Fajardo, (Las Croabas). Here you will embark on a truly magical experience, kayaking through mangrove channels to experience the glowing fluorescence of a microscopic organism called dinoflagellate.

Duration: Allow for 10-11 hours from pick up to drop off.

When: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Pick-ups beginning at 9:00am. Pick up and drop off time can be customized for larger groups. Call for availability on other days of the week.

Who: We welcome ages 7 and over. Participants must be physically able to walk on un-even terrain. Parts of the hikes have some incline and require balance. There is a weight requirement for the kayak equipment. Participants over 200 pounds should notify us for proper kayak placement.

What to bring and how to prepare:

  • Dress comfortable – Shorts and t-shirt or Dri-Fit Clothing
  • Swimming suit on at the time of pick up
  • Bring a towel
  • Poncho or rain jacket
  • Wear comfortable shoes for walking in slippery and wet terrain (sneakers or sport sandals)
  • Extra change of clothes
  • Flip flops (optional)
  • Extra pair of socks for the natural water slides

Included in the cost: The cost includes transportation from the area of San Juan (Old San Juan, Condado, Santurce, Miramar, Isla Verde-Carolina), entrance to the rainforest, entrance to the natural water slides, cost of the kayak tour, cold waters and a certified tour guide for the duration of the excursion.

Not Included: Meals and gratuity which is greatly appreciated for our guides.