Natural Places Tours
Rain Forest Tour ½ day
After visiting modern San Juan we will travel towards the East coast and the grandiose rain forest, El Yunque. As the road unwinds before us you will see small towns and interesting sights. You can appreciate the thick vegetation, wild orchids, and hundreds of different tree species. El Yunque is home to our “coquí,” as well as, the Puerto Rican parrot. Ground Transportation not included, please contact us for a formal quotation.
Rain Forest Hiking Tour
Give yourself the opportunity to see the rain forest in a unique way. After traveling to the starting point, a professional tour guide will orient you before embarking on a two-hour hike thru the jungle-like paths of El Yunque. There are expert U.S. government trail guides available for groups at an additional cost. Ground Transportation not included, please contact us for a formal quotation.
This is a wonderful opportunity to ride the gentle, but spirited horses called Paso Fino. Ride them along the foothills of our rainforest, El Yunque. Tours depart from the Hacienda and will take guests downstream at a very leisurely pace. While at the river, you will be able to see wildlife such as iguanas and the many birds that live in the rainforest. This is a two hour excursion inside the Hacienda which has 600 acres. There is a weight limitation of 250 lbs. Ground Transportation not included, please contact us for a formal quotation.
Ponce Tour Across the Mountain Range
Starting from San Juan, heading south, we will travel on the expressway enjoying the panoramic mountain views to Ponce, named after the great Spanish conquistador, Juan Ponce de León. This majestic city, known for its Spanish architecture, is our second largest city and is a historical site in Southern Puerto Rico. Ponce, nicknamed The City of The Lions, has one of Puerto Rico's richest histories, dating back to the 19th century. A visit to the beautiful Art Museum is a must. Admission fee for the museum included. The Cordillera Central is the central mountain chain of Puerto Rico. It crosses the island from east to west, dominating the island’s topography, and divides the island into its northern and southern regions. Ground Transportation not included, please contact us for a formal quotation.
Tour of the Camuy Caverns and Northwest Coast
This 268-acre park is the site of the great subterranean caverns carved out by the Camuy River, the third largest subterranean river in the world, over one million years ago. The trails descend 200 feet through a fern filled ravine to the cathedral-like caverns. The caves are home to a unique species of fish that is totally blind. Rio Camuy Cave Park is the third-largest cave system in the world. An unforgettable experience. Price of admission to the caverns is included. Ground Transportation not included, please contact us for a formal quotation.