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- Duration: 7 Hrs
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Departure Details :
Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel, 100 Calle Brumbaugh, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico
Traveler pickup is offered
Pick up starts Sheraton Old San Juan 7:45 through Condado, then Isla Verde at 8:30 am
Return Details :
Returns to original departure point
Cancellation Policy : For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
OverviewSit back and relax on this leisurely trip to the El YunqueRainforestthe only subtropical rainforest in the United States Forest Service and a relaxing time at Luquillo Beach where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean. We have several stops such as the Waterfall and Mamayes River
All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
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This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: La Coca Falls, El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico
Famous La Coca Waterfall for a great photo opportunity
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Yokahu Observation Tower, El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico
Climb up the Tower for a panoramic view of the eastern Coastal Line including Luquillo and Fajardo , with great opportunities to take pictures
Duration: 25 minutes
Stop At: Portalito HUB, Palmer, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
Introduction to the Rainforest with educational Exhibits, Movie and information about the effects the Hurricane
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: El Yunque National Forest, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
Stop at the Mameyes River, (Puente Roto Crossing) which is the most popular water play area on the forest that is currently open to visitors. There you can take pictures and cool off. Water shoes are recommended to go into the river.
Duration: 35 minutes
Stop At: Luquillo Beach, Luquillo, Puerto Rico
After a relaxing time by the river at Rainforest you will enjoy a 2 hour stop at Luquillo Beach. Swim and/or enjoy lunch at the famous Luquillo (Beach & Kiosks) for some local cuisine such as fritters such as alcapurias, bacalaitos or other local flavors. Cost of lunch not included.
Duration: 2 hours
Itinerary:Stops on the tour include:
- La Coca Waterfall (no swimming, just taking photos)
- Observation Tower
- Bano Grande (no swimming)
- 20 minute walk on Caimitillo Trail (easy walk)
- 2.5 hours on Luquillo Beach
Transport by air-conditioned coach or Van
Professional Tour Guide
Entry/Admission - La Coca Falls
Entry/Admission - Portalito HUB
Entry/Admission - Luquillo Beach
Food and drinks
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Pick up is not provided from San Juan Cruiseship (port/dock). The closest hotel is the Sheraton.
Pickup is not provided from Wyndham El Conqistador Resort, Golden Door Spa Gran Melia, St. Regis, Sheraton Old San Juan Puerto Rico Hotel and Casino or Riomar resorts because the tour operates out of San Juan.
Tour buses are wheelchair accessible, but do not have a wheelchair lift. Persons in a wheelchair must be able to walk a little (with help from the driver) in order to get on and off the bus. The wheelchair must be foldable
Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
Not wheelchair accessible
Service animals allowed
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
Infants/Toddler are required to be in a Car seat
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers
Traveler ReviewsSee all reviews
Wonderful time. Frances is an entertaining and engaging tour guide. Pickup was really convenient, and the day went really smoothly. Highly recommended!
The guide was very informative and helpful.
Great experience! The tour guide was knowledgeable. I will recommend this tour to get a taste of our rainforest and Luquillo beach!
Transportation to and from the hotel was great. We had Jaime again as our tour guide. He was good about talking about Puerto Rico history and life on the island for the 45 minute mini bus drive to the rain forest. The nature walk was a very mild, very small hilly walk. My 80 year handled it just fine and she's not too sturdy on her feet. It was a little taste of the rain forest. The only other walk was back into a pocket of water called the Banyo Grande. Again another easy walk. Other than this, the bus took you to the sites where you could take pics. Jaime will take your pic for you, just ask him. Luquillo Beach was beautiful! It was a nice to cool off in clear ocean water where the beach was made up of FINE brown sand. There was a couple of small outdoor restaurants to grab some lunch. My big disappointment in this trip was that the beach time was listed as 2.5 hours. However, we were only allowed to stay about 1 hour and 45 minutes. We were even back at our hotel an hour before the scheduled return time. I guess Jaime wanted to get home to his family. : We needed all the 2.5 hours just to have a quick lunch and spend some time on this gorgeous beach. Other than this one thing, this trip is worth booking.
Beautiful waterfalls, mild hiking and great beach!
Jaime our tour guide was super knowledgeable and very nice. He has a great sense of humour that kept us laughing through the entire tour. The beach was amazing and beautiful. The water was calm and the food there was great too. All in all a great experience!
The rainforest tour was very short, we spend maybe 20 minutes walking in the forest, the rest of the time was driving and stopping here and there. There are other tours of the rainforest in which you really spend 2 hours or more hiking. Next time we'll do that, because the rainforest is really worth it, I wish we had spend more time there. This combined tour supposedly combines two different things, but at the end you don't have enough time to enjoy. As for the beach, it's an OK beach, nothing spectacular, and also we went there Sunday and it was full of locals, really crowded. I'd recommend another tour that takes you with a boat/catamaran to one of the islands, the beaches there are excellent and not crowded. If you really want to see the Luquillo Beach just take an Uber or rent a car and go there yourself, it's a public beach, lots of facilities, easy access. Also this particular tour was shorter than promised, we were supposed to come back at 5pm, he returned us at the hotel at 3:30pm. I wish we had spend the missing 1.5 hours in the forest, then I'd give it higher rating. But as it is now, I wouldn't do it again.
I don and #39;t recall ever doing this tour
Very good trip but the price seemed excessive for what was offered.