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Full-day tour to Arecibo Observatory, and Cueva del Indio from San Juan. Guided tour of the world’s largest radio telescope. View petroglyphs and explore a black magnetic sand beach.
The Longest Zipline in America, with a 2.5km (2530m, 8300ft, 1.57mi) cable, equivalent to 28 football fields. You will reach a speed of up 95mph, at more than 380m high.
¡Esto es una llama a todos los amantes de la naturaleza! Disfruta de un día lleno de aventuras practicando senderismo y kayaking en dos de las maravillas naturales más visitadas de Puerto Rico, el…
Reserva tu tour en kayak por Bio Bay, incluye el transporte desde San Juan. Access Tours Puerto Rico se pondrá en contacto contigo directamente para garantizar un transporte cómodo y óptimo para tu 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!
After completing the online reservation, based on the pick up location selected, a Puerto Rico Access Tour representative will reach out to confirm your exact pick up time.
The tour consists of a low impact walk/hike to the famous “Charco Azul” Blue Pond and the best lunch you can have in Puerto Rico.
Ziplining, Snorkeling & More!
There’s something to be said for wandering the 500+-year-old streets of Old San Juan on your own, but tours in Puerto Rico offer a unique, local perspective on the areas you’re visiting. From cultural insights to tips and tricks on getting around the island, tour guides are your best resource for vacation planning. So leave the guesswork to the experts and book your Puerto Rico tours online for a carefree Caribbean getaway.
Whether you’re paddling your way through the sparkling bioluminescent bays in Lajas, Vieques, or Fajardo or sipping a tropical rum drink at the Bacardi distillery, Puerto Rico tour companies offer unique experiences to fill every hour of your vacation itinerary.
Travelers typically spend some time exploring Old San Juan on a walking or food/drink tour, hiking to hidden waterfalls in the El Yunque Rainforest, relaxing on catamaran cruises, snorkeling the reefs of Culebra, hitting the dirt on an ATV ride, and more.