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El Yunque & Rainforest Tours
This experience is an extended version of our standard 2 hour Old city experience where you will avoid much of the walking and have 4 short stops for pictures and exploring and blends it with a visit to Angelito Trail in our El Yunque Rainforest.
Bats take flight, sounds of the Puerto Rican Screech Owl are heard in the distance, insects are seen and heard, tree frogs of seventeen species start calling out to mates, aquatic life become more present as the El Yunque awakes! Come and enjoy the El Yunque rainforest while it's asleep, then leave as it awakes!
Guided Puerto Rico Rainforest Tour. Our “Wild & Scenic Rainforest Nature Walk to River Adventure” is an easy to moderate nature walk through Angelito Trail into the interior of the only Tropical Rainforest in the U.S. Forestry system! Our guides will teach you about Puerto Rico rainforest facts, flora, fauna, history, culture and outdoor ethics, while you see, hear, smell, and experience the beautiful sights and sound of the rainforest!
After an interpretive hike through natural trails lined with beautiful flora and fauna, and some river wading, we will arrive to a hidden gem found in the heart of the rainforest. This breathtaking segment of the 29,000 acre forest is like a natural playground. Here you will have the chance to swim in the natural pools, refresh in waterfalls, slide down an exhilarating waterslide, rope swing into the river, jump from different rock formations, and enjoy fresh local fruit with a view.
Island Journeys has teamed up with Puerto Rico's top bio bay operators to provide you this full-day package, bringing you the best of the East Coast! SAVE BIG and take the guesswork out of your planning with this all inclusive tour including - Round Trip Transportation, Fully Guided Rainforest Tour, and the World Famous Bio Bay Kayak Tour.
This Adventures Does Not take you to El Yunque National Forest (which is not completely open) it is open to the public but not all of the trails or water streams or waterfalls are available. However, to replace the rainforest, WE have an Amazing hike to a hidden waterfall. Which happens to be our version of el Yunque rainforest. Being one of the Best selling tours to a waterfall.
This Amazing and unique Waterfall Adventure is our version of the El Yunque Rainforest. THIS IS NOT A BEGINNERS HIKE, but on the same note, its not super impossible either. This perhaps may be the ONLY tour that you get it all in 1. You get to see the mountains, the country side of the island, the culture, eat the local food, be with and among the locals, swimming in waterfalls, hiking in the forest etc
If you are looking for a tour to put the icing on the cake before you leave, I have the tour for you! Hike with me on a easy to moderate forest trail. To a location that is close by but NOT within the rain forest. Choose between swimming or laying out in or by a Huge natural pool or tombstoning, into a deep canyon of fresh, natural water. Jumps range from 5 to 10 feet or from 30 to 40 feet.
A breathtaking view of the island awaits. We will be with you every step of the way, on a TRUE hike; dirt, gravel, mud, rocks, trees etc… every natural thing you can think of taking us on our journey to a 130 foot natural rain water Waterfall! Swimming and getting under the waterfall is highly recommended. We will then proceed to a local restaurant (meal not included in price) located in the mountains of Puerto Rico. All of these things ARE NOT TOURIST AREAS.
This full-day package, includes best of the East Coast! Take the guesswork out of your planning with this all inclusive tour including - Round Trip Transportation, Fully Guided Rainforest Tour, and the World Famous Bio Bay Kayak Tour.
Experience the beauty of Puerto Rico on this Private Tour! A great way to know Puerto Rico, enjoy a beautiful day and relax. You will learn about our history, culture, geography and ecological features. You can swim on the cold waters of the rain forest, and then heat your body at the hot springs. You are going to feel great.
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We'll explore unique Northeastern region that is home to coastal forests, wetlands, a bioluminescent lagoon, seagrass beds, shallow and deep coral reefs, and miles of pristine beaches. Leatherback sea turtles nest in these beaches. The humpback whale’s migration in the Caribbean is through the channel between the NE Reserves and Culebra Island. Manatees, green and hawksbill turtles and bottled nosed dolphins are frequent sights.
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Blend a little excitement to your vacation with our El Yunque Rainforest, Luquillo Beach/Kiosks & Bio Bay Night Kayaking Trio! This adventure is a full-day experience of hiking, swimming and paddling in two of the most visited natural wonders in Puerto Rico: El Yunque National Rainforest and the Bioluminescent Bay in Laguna Grande, Fajardo. You’ll also have the time to relax on the beautiful beach of Luquillo and enjoy the savory local cuisine the Kiosks offer.
This Guided Nature Walk through El Yunque National Forest is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Harmonize your senses with nature and join us on a guided tour of one of the most visited places in Puerto Rico, El Yunque National Forest, the only rainforest in the U.S. National Forest System. Our guide takes you on an unforgettable hike followed by a refreshing swim in a crystal clear river.
Experience Unique Waterfalls in the El Yunque Rainforest and the Opportunity to Work on Your Full Body Tan. Our rainforest and naked beach tour goes to our favorite rivers and waterfalls in the El Yunque rainforest. Enjoy easy hiking and magnificent views of the east coast of Puerto Rico. After lunch we travel to Seven Seas beach and onto the secret beach Playa Escondida.
Discover the nocturnal wildlife of El Yunque Rainforest. Gain a new perspective of Puerto Rico’s main attraction, El Yunque, by visiting in the afternoon and evening. In this unique and magical walking tour, explore nocturnal life up close and personal such as Puerto Rico’s national animal, the coqui, and so much more.
Embark yourself in a half-day forest tour for your amusement. We will drive to a great area in the foothills of the Rain Forest. The tour will start with an interpretative hike in the forest. You will be able to learn about the fascinating Puerto Rican Flora, Fauna Geography and History. In the area you will also be able to swim in a beautiful river pool. Swinging from a rope to the river is optional but highly recommended. After the visit to the forest, you will taste authentic local snacks like “empanadas” and “alcapurrias” in a very authentic kiosk.
Explore and Relax - You will have the opportunity to see the famous waterfall “La Coca Fall” after we show you a great panoramic view of the east coast of Puerto Rico and stop to visit a natural pool area where you can swim and feel rejuvenated in its clear and crystal waters. We will then stop for a taste of typical Puerto Rican gastronomy (not included in price).
We will be hiking through the only Tropical Rain Forest of the U.S., visiting National Parks, covering 28,000 acres, and driving up to the forest which is over 2,000 ft above sea level. We will also be making stops at La Coca Waterfall, Yokahu Tower, and the river.
Explore the rainforest of the central mountain region and experience the Neolithic world of the taínos and the mysterious petroglyphs they carved! Visit the jasmine scented waters of Las Delicias Waterfall and have lunch creole style prepared right next to the river.
The hiking trail is considered to be moderately difficult (Level 4 of 5). You’ll hike up 500 feet at a 40-degree incline. After the roughly 45-minute hiking exercise, you’ll reach the Mt. Britton observation tower. You’ll be rewarded with an amazing, 360-degree view of the Atlantic Ocean, metropolitan area, and Caribbean Sea. If you’re lucky, you can even see Puerto Rico’s islands of Culebra and Vieques! After soaking in the view, you’ll visit the well-known La Coca Falls. Then, you’ll visit a local, family-owned restaurant offering an array of authentic Puerto Rican cuisine such as rice & beans, chicken pork chops, cold coconuts. You can also order piña coladas – Puerto Rico’s national drink! You’ll also have the opportunity to buy souvenirs. Once you rejuvenate, you’ll go to one more stop! You’ll have the chance to swim right into El Yunque’s river. Río Mameyes, or Mameyes River, is designated as a Wild and Scenic River.
Embark yourself in a half-day forest tour for your amusement. We will drive to a great area in the foothills of the Rain Forest. The tour will start with an interpretative hike in the forest. You will be able to learn about the fascinating Puerto Rican Flora, Fauna Geography and History. In the area you will also be able to swim in a beautiful river pool. Swinging from a rope to the river is optional but highly recommended. After the visit to the forest, you will taste authentic local snacks like “empanadas” and “alcapurrias” in a very authentic kiosk
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