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Have fun under the sun at La Playuela beach of Bahía Sucia. Enjoy truly amazing views of the natural landscape, while venturing through various hiking trails along the breathtaking coastal cliffs surrounding the Faro Los Morrillos lighthouse. Learn about the natural salt deposit pools first hand on a quick pit stop at Las Salinas interpretative center and observation tower.
Discover the beautiful Playa Buyé, surrounded by palm trees and adorned with precious coral reefs, followed by a visit to the wonderful Poblado de Boquerón, a great little village in the Southwest. Visit the typical fisherman’s village of Puerto Real with a quick stop at the main local marina and restaurant fishing post. On the way back enjoy a selection of laid-back restaurants following the coastal road of Joyuda to finish with an exquisite culinary experience of fresh seafood options and popular cocktails.
Explore the historical site of the Guajataca railroad tunnel along with its secluded secret beach spot, followed by a short pitstop at the Cara del Indio monument of Isabela. From there we venture to the popular Crash Boat beach of Aguadilla. Finally, we head down to the most western town of the island, Rincon. There we see Punta Las Higuera lighthouse and Domes beach along with a few other local favorites.
Explore the North West coast of Puerto Rico. Visit the colossal sculpture in honor of Christopher Columbus at Arecibo, Cueva del Indio, Arecibo lighthouse, Bishop's Beach, lunch at a seafood restaurant, Cuajataca railroad tunnel, Cara del Indio monument in Isabela, Surfer’s beach in Aguadilla, ruins of the original Punta Borinquen lighthouse, and historic downtown area of Aguadilla for sunset.
Explore the enticing world of Rum through one the oldest distilleries in Puerto Rico, one of the most renown distilleries, and ending with one of the most unique and newest rums. We'll visit San Juan Artisan Distillers, Hacienda Santa Ana, and Scryer. Minimum age for tour is 18 years old.
Experience the layback atmosphere of Mar Chiquita Beach! A sheltered cove almost completely enclosed by jagged rocks, creating a pool for swimming and soaking under the sun at the town of Manati. Along the way to our second stop scheduled for the day (Puerto Nuevo Beach at Vega Baja), you’ll get a small taste of Puerto Rican local bar hopping better known as “Chinchorreo”. Once you’ve enjoyed the golden sands of Vega Baja beach, which offer magnificent views and photo opportunities, there will be a last stop at a restaurant to savor a little local gastronomy before turning back for the day.
Experience the laid-back atmosphere of La Jungla beach! Swim through the mangroves with pristine calm, warm and clear waters, perfect for children and spending an excellent family day. Heading down an unpaved road, you end up at this beautiful local coastline spot protected by the DRNA government agency which often gives preventive rounds to ensure public safety and the preservation of the natural surrounding habitat. On the way in toward the beach location and back out you will also notice the old sugar cane mill ruins of Ensenada village, next to the bay of Guánica.
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