There is also an exfoliating mud bath.
The landscapes here are surreal and almost alien. This tour will take you beyond the typical tourist experience and deep into the history behind the walls which have been standing around our sacred city for over years. It was devastated by the storms. The guide, Andres Carrero, is an adventurer who has lived in Puerto Rico his entire life. That's why we came up with the idea of this ' Guided Rappel dubbed the Zip and Zen other clients have called it "El Carrito " or "Yagua".
In a short explanation, is an incline Zipline and we lower you down the Big Waterfall in a nice relaxing extreme way to the bottom of it. In that way, we take away all the hassle and technicality of handling ropes, feet placement dealing with the water, etc.
Congratulations, you made it! I am grateful to have experience such an amazing tour and cool people.
Thanks to Malen, Andres and Hector for you hospitality and passion. You are the best tour in Puerto Rico! Tere P.
Experience Included:. Big Tree Forrest Hike. Via Ferrata. River Trekking. Jump to a Natural Pool!
Private Reserve. All the Gear Needed for the Adventure. Puertorrican Jibaro "Almuerzo" Lunch at the end subject to change - if this happen a secondary option or alternative will be provided. You could take a ride on the slide right off into the ocean which was actually a fun bit of excitement.
Next, we headed out to the reef where we spent an hour snorkeling and feeding the fish. You got a chance to explore the reef and get up close and personal with the sea life. At the end of the day, the ride home was nice and relaxing. We were wiped out by the time we made it back to the hotel. My one piece of advice is to bring sunblock and be careful how you apply it!
They had a continental breakfast, lunch and drinks all provided.
With a cheap dinner, we still stayed under budget for the day. Possibly the best day trip of them all was taking the ferry over to Culebra. I spent the boat ride over relaxing and reading my Kindle and then was ready to explore.
An adventure guide to Puerto Rico. It offers a mix of practical travel information along with details of adventurous activities, which should be fun for everyone no . Harry Pariser crams a lot of useful information into a portable, attractive book, making his Guide to Puerto Rico both practical and user-friendly. There are hotels.
We joined with one of the tour companies and also took two hours of our day to head over to Tamarindo Beach to go snorkeling. This beach is a short hop away, but you do need transportation. Their guides were great, and they had professional quality snorkeling equipment. Tamarindo is where we got to swim up to some sea turtles, see the sting rays floating around and even more fish.
The trip would not have been the same without it, learn more about the logistics and our day on the Culebra island. Too many people that I hear about visiting Puerto Rico never leave San Juan and in doing so miss out on so much that the island has to offer.
Mind you, I found just driving in Puerto Rico its own adventure. Our few days on the island brought some of the most breathtaking things we have done to date and these adventures in Puerto Rico were a huge part of it. So when you head to Puerto Rico make sure to take the time to get out and experience all that nature on the island has to offer.