4-Day San Juan, Rio Camuy Cave Park, Culebra Island, El Yunque Rainforest Tour from San Juan

  • Tour code: 562-5062
  • Available: Thu
  • Depart from: San Juan, pr
  • Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights
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Visit Arecibo (Arecibo Lighthouse and Historical Park, Rio Camuy Cave Park), Culebra (Flamenco Beach), San Juan (Bio Bay, El YunQue Rainforest, Puerta de San Juan).

Special Remarks:

  • A trip to the Fluorescent Lake is a must, it lit up by the special micro organisms that touch the lakes making it feel like a magic touch
  • Enjoy irresistible Michelin-starred cuisine at a fraction of the cost
  • Enjoy the courtesy of Caribbean culture
  • Tour is 100% guaranteed; if cancelled 120% of the price will be refunded

Pricing Details

Single: $613
Double (/Person): $547
Third Person Adult: Free
Child (Age 0-12): Free
Fourth Person Adult: $281
Child (Age 0-12): $281

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  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 0-12 yrs old. Customers are welcome to use child safety seats on that have lap and/or shoulder belts/harnesses.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Rio Camuy Cave Park/Dos Bocas Lake - Arecibo lighthouse - Cueva Del Indi cave(15123 km)
  • Day 2 San Juan - Culebra Island - Luquillo - San Juan(173 km)
  • Day 3 Bacardi - BBQ - El YunQue Rainforest - Bio Bay
  • Day 4 San Juan City Tour
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Day 1 Rio Camuy Cave Park/Dos Bocas Lake - Arecibo lighthouse - Cueva Del Indi cave(15123 km)

Today, we will visit Rio Camuy Cave Park. We will also take a train ride through the forest. Sunday Departure will go to Dos Bocas Lake instead. After that, we will continue to visit the Arecibo Lighthouse and Cueva del Indi. Then we will go to enjoy Seafood Dinner at your own expense.

Please Note: Due to the Maria hurricane, Rio Camuy Cave Par, Arecibo lighthouse, Cueva Del Indi cave is still closed. Instead, we will go to tour the Ponce untill them open.
Alternative Itinerary: We will move to Ponce to visit Parque de Bombas, Museo de la Historian de Ponce, Museo de Arte de Ponce, Castillo Serralles, Cruceta El Vigia.

A municipality on the northern coast of Puerto Rico (U.S.), on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. The Arecibo Observatory, which until July 2016 was the world's largest radio telescope, is located here. Arecibo is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Arecibo.

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    Rio Camuy Cave Park is the third largest underground river cavern system in the world. It has a thundering tropical river traversing countless miles of uncharted channels. Three crater-like sinkholes and one cave of the huge system in the park are open to the public and they are truly memorable experiences.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $20; Child (4-12 yrs) $15; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $11; Child/Senior Ticket Exclude Tax fee
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    The Arecibo Lighthouse and Historical Park is a cultural theme park. In the restored lighthouse you will find original marine artifacts, and from the roof a breathtaking view of the Arecibo Town and the Atlantic Ocean, and if are lucky, whale watching while in season.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $14; Child (2-12 yrs) $12; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $14
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    Visitors to this popular natural wonder must scramble up rocky ledges, treacherous cliffs and ancient wooden staircases to access some of the region's most impressive views. Stationed 700 feet above the Puerto Rican countryside, these beautiful caves are one of Arecibo's most popular destinations and offer a unique taste of Taino cultural history, too.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $5; Child (Over 2 yrs) $5; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $5

Ponce is both a city and a municipality in the southern part of Puerto Rico. The city is the seat of the municipal government.

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    Museo de Arte de Ponce (MAP) is an art museum located on Avenida Las Americas in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It houses a collection of European art, as well as work by Puerto Rican artists.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $6; Child $6; Senior $6
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    Castillo Serralles (English: Serralles Castle) is a mansion located in the city of Ponce, Puerto Rico, overlooking the downtown area (Ponce Pueblo). It was built during the 1930s for Juan Eugenio Serrallés, son of businessman Juan Serrallés, founder of Destilería Serrallés.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $8.50; Child $8.50; Senior $8.50
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    Cruceta del Vigía (English: The Watchman Cross) is a 100 feet (30 m) tall cross located atop Vigia Hill in Ponce, Puerto Rico, across from Museo Castillo Serrallés.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $6; Child $6; Senior $6
Standard Hotel: Hyatt Place/Four Point by Sheraton or similar

Day 2 San Juan - Culebra Island - Luquillo - San Juan(173 km)

Today, we will sail to Culebra Island via a yacht. Once we are there, we can go snorkeling and see the unique local sea turtles, enjoying the in-depth experience of the underwater world. On the yacht, we will enjoy a free buffet lunch with wine, food, and an unlimited supply of fruit. Finally, we will arrive on Flamenco Beach.

Note:If wind and waves are too large and other weather reasons,can not go to C Island, we will go to Icacos Island instead

The trip default to the sea snorkeling, tickets can not be canceled 7 days before departure. If you do not participate in the order must be marked, the same day into a free exercise, at their own expense traffic.

*Age Limit: C Island requires more than 3 years old. If you are under 3 years old, visit Icacos Island. The local government in order to protect this beautiful beach, as far as possible to maintain the original appearance, so there is no dock, need to swim for five to ten minutes to the beach.

Culebra is home to a range of gorgeous natural areas, bays, snorkeling sites and all manner of fine beaches, also inhabiting an entirely different planet culturally speaking.

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    Flamenco Beach is a public beach on the Caribbean island of Culebra. It is known for its shallow turquoise waters, white sand, swimming areas, and diving sites. It stretches for a mile around a sheltered, horseshoe-shaped bay. Flamenco beach was ranked 3rd best beach in the world with a TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Award.

Luquillo is nestled between the blue waters of the Atlantic and the El Yunque National Rainforest. Also if you are a gastrophile, you will not be disappointed with the variety of food in Luquillo and you will find something for every taste and for far cheaper than anywhere in the San Juan area.

Standard Hotel: Hyatt Place/Four Point by Sheraton or similar

Day 3 Bacardi - BBQ - El YunQue Rainforest - Bio Bay

Today, we will tour the Casa Bacardi. We will get the chance to taste some samples and attend a free cocktail-making class with fantastic bartenders. Then, we will arrive for El Verde BBQ ,then visit the El Yunque Rain Forest, before the day ends, we will also visit Bio Bay, where we can see the glowing plankton that looks like little fireflies in the water.
Note:*Please notice us 7days in advance if you dont wish to go before tour starts; without your notice, we default that you will participate in the bio-luminous bay tour. All attending guest should be age 6 and above.

San Juan is the capital city of Puerto Rico and most populous municipality in Puerto Rico. Visitors can explore stunning Spanish architecture in Old San Juan, as well as museums, restaurants, shopping, and beautiful beaches.

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    Casa Bacardi, as the tourist center is known, showcases Bacardi's history. This includes a film about the company's founding and the first distillery the family business used.
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    El Yunque National Forest, formerly known as the Luquillo National Forest and the Caribbean National Forest,is a forest located in northeastern Puerto Rico. It is the only tropical rain forest in the United States National Forest System.
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    Hidden along the Caribbean coast on Vieques Island is one of the most spectacular Bioluminescent Bays in the world. The mysterious blue-green light is created by micro-organisms which thrive in an environment uniquely suited to their needs. A trip into the bay at night is a magical experience.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $58; Child (3-11 yrs) $52; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $58; Bio Bay Boat Ticket
Standard Hotel: Hyatt Place/Four Point by Sheraton or similar

Day 4 San Juan City Tour

Today, we will do a San Juan city tour where you can visit places like Old San Juan, Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, Puerta de San Juan and La Princesa Fountain. This is an Exclusive shopping district, a luxury designer fashion from Condado, Old San Juan craftsmen handmade goods, everything. Whatever you buy, you will enjoy world-class shopping experience, and we will drop off you where we pick you up.

San Juan is the capital city of Puerto Rico and most populous municipality in Puerto Rico. Visitors can explore stunning Spanish architecture in Old San Juan, as well as museums, restaurants, shopping, and beautiful beaches.

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    The current official residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico, built between 1533 and 1540 to defend the harbor of San Juan. The structure is also known as Palacio de Santa Catalina (Santa Catalina's Palace). It was listed by UNESCO in 1983 as part of the World Heritage Site "La Fortaleza and San Juan National Historic Site".
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    The oldest settlement within Puerto Rico and the historic colonial section of the city of San Juan. It is a National Historic Landmark District and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the "Zona Histórica de San Juan".
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    Built in the late 1700s, the San Juan Gate (Puerta de San Juan) is one of six original massive wooden doors in the City Wall surrounding Old San Juan, but this is the only one that remains.
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    This Roman Catholic cathedral in San Juan is the second oldest cathedral in the Americas. The current building was built in 1540, but before that, a wooden cathedral stood. Unfortunately, that structure was destroyed during a hurrican.
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    On your walk through Paseo La Princesa, you'll walk by the gorgeous Raices Fountain built in 1992. Raices fountain represents Puerto Rican roots; the Taino Natives, the Spanish, and The Africans.





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