Rainforest Nature Walk & Luquillo Beach Combo

Tips

  •  
    Category Nature
  •  
    Availability: Daily
  •  
    Duration: 6 hours
  •  
    Transportation: Round-trip
  •  
    Available times: 10 a.m.
  •  
    Included: Guided Tour | Nature Walk
  •  
    Live Commentary English & Spanish.

Trip Description

Harmonize your senses with nature and join us on a guided tour of one of the most visited places in Puerto Rico, Rainforest River Adventure. Our guide takes you on an unforgettable hike followed by a refreshing swim.

Highlights:

  • An Eco-Adventure – For outdoor enthusiast and nature lovers only.
  • Guided Nature Walk – Through El Yunque National Forest.
  • Chance to swim in crystal clear river water.

Feel the anticipation of exploring a new place, of swimming in a river of pure water born at the peak of the same Rainforest mountain you are. Our guide will escort you on a memorable journey where you will delight in your surroundings, see beautiful landmarks, take refreshing dips in the streams, and get to enjoy this Nature Walk. Have a good time!

  •  
    Round trip transportation from San Juan area.
  •  
    Live-commentary and interpretations about the Ecosystem in English or Spanish – Fully guided Nature Walk by certified tour guides.

 

  •  
    Water Poncho
  •  
    Mosquito repellent is not provided.
  •  
    Waterproof cell phone pouches are not provided.
  •  
    Gratuity is not included, but greatly appreciated.
  •  
    El Yunque is consider a small forest with 28,516-acre size.
  •  
    El Yunque is the only tropical forest in the National Forest System of the United States.
  •  
    Its year-round tropical climate and immense biodiversity.
  •  
    It is the rainiest of all the U.S. National Forests.
  •  
    Its rise to 3,533 ft. above sea level
  •  
    225 Native tree species and 164 vertebrate species documented.
  •  
    Their steep slopes can sometimes receive rainfall of over 200 inches (508 centimeters) per year at higher elevations.
  •  
    It is the only U.S. National Forest to be designated an experimental forest in its entirety.
  •  
    The forest has an average temperature of 73° F (21° C) it is “home” to thousands of native plants including 150 fern species, 240 tree species (88 of these are endemic or rare and 23 are exclusively found in this forest).
  •  
    The El Yunque National Forest has no large wildlife species, but hundreds of smaller animals abound in this gentle forest, many of which exist nowhere else on the planet.
  •  
    Although there are no trails that presently accommodate wheelchair traffic, there are plans for a handicapped access trail soon.
  •  
    The Forest is a Trash-Free Zone – Take your Garbage with you.
  •  
    Flash Flooding: Be alert for changing weather conditions. A rapid rise of water can strike rivers with little or no warning.
  •  
    Mongoose Safety: Mongooses can be infected with rabies. Do not approach them at any time. If you observe an animal acting strangely, please report its location and behavior as quickly as possible to the nearest U.S. Forest Service employee.
  •  
    Stray Dogs and Cats: Do not attempt to feed stray dogs or cats or drop food scraps on the trail for them to find. They represent a potential hazard, both to humans and the native animal population. They may be infected with diseases such as rabies. If you encounter a stray dog or cat, do not approach it. Please report its location and behavior as quickly as possible to the nearest U.S. Forest Service employee.

 

  •  
    This Nature Walk tour operates even if its rain, except in the case of extreme weather events or any warnings by the local weather authorities or Rainforest Park Rangers.
  •  
    Come prepared with a change of cloth, chance to swim in one of the rivers, weather permitting.
  •  
    Lightweight, synthetic clothing or a swimsuit is the best.
  •  
    Do not walk with flop-flops for safety reasons, sneakers or hiking shoes are recommended.
  •  
    Don’t bring any valuables you don’t want to get wet, lose or damage.
  •  
    Anyone who is visibly under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to participate and will still be charged.
  •  
    The Nature Walk and Hiking Tour Trips are led by Puerto Rico Access Tours Guide Service that operates under special use permit on the El Yunque National Forest and operates on a non-discriminatory basis.

 

  •  
    Lightweight, synthetic clothing or a swimsuit is the best.
  •  
    Sun screen.
  •  
    Mosquito repellent (just in case!).
  •  
    Come prepared to get wet; bring a change of cloth and towel just in case you want to swim. Wear rubber soles hiking shoes or sneakers no flipflops; slippery and moist conditions exist on all Forest paths and trails.
  •  
    A raincoat is appropriate specially in “El Yunque Rainforest”, one of the wettest places on Earth with an average of 200 inches of rain every year.
  •  
    Bottle water to stay hydrated (we provide water, but be sure not to leave it on the bus when you go to the hiking trail).
  •  
    Bring a snack, hiking takes a lot of energy.
  •  
    Avoid wearing jeans or sweats.
  •  
    Don’t bring any valuables you don’t want to get wet, lose or damage.
  •  
    Wearing the right clothes will help make your outdoor experience enjoyable
  • What’s the cancellation policy?
    To reserve a space, a credit card number is required. All cancellations are subject to a $10 per person cancellation fee. We require a 24 hour cancellation notice to be eligible for a full refund less $ 10 per person cancellation fee, otherwise your credit card will be charged. Peniel Access Eco Tours cancels due to unsafe weather conditions or any recommendation from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA. A full refund will be given if we cancel for safety reasons.
  • Do you still take out trips if it is raining?
    If it is a heavy rain we may offer you the option of rescheduling or canceling without being charged. If there is lightning close by we will cancel the trip but you should always assume the trip is going out and show up for your trip unless we have said otherwise. The rain and/or lightning may be moving away quickly and may only make for a short delay in our departure time even if it looks bad at the moment.
  • Is it okay if I have a drink(s) before coming on the tour?
    NO. Anyone who is visibly under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to participate and will still be charged.
  • I have other questions not answered in this FAQ what shall I do?
    Call us at +1 787-630-3684 or email us at info@fixatrippuertorico.com.
    I had such a great time, what can I do to recommend you to others?
    Share your experience.

Your health is our top priority, and we have put special measures in place to keep all guests safe both during and after your activity.

  • Stringent Cleaning: We’ve increased the frequency of disinfecting surfaces and high traffic areas between each tour, and hand sanitizer will be available to all of our guests.
  • Social Distancing: Guests will stay at a safe 6-foot distance during all points of the tour. We also ensure that all staff members will be wearing the necessary PPE.
  • Wellness Checks: Employees receive daily wellness checks to ensure they are healthy and symptom-free. If you or anyone in your group is experiencing symptoms, we will work directly with you to cancel or reschedule your tour.

Prices

$79 p/p Adults

+ $12.25 Fees p/p

Calendar

Calendar Unavailable
Call to +1 787-630-3684 for more details

Map

Rainforest Nature Walk & Luquillo Beach Combo

Tips

  •  
    Category Nature
  •  
    Availability: Daily
  •  
    Duration: 6 hours
  •  
    Transportation: Round-trip
  •  
    Available times: 10 a.m.
  •  
    Included: Guided Tour | Nature Walk
  •  
    Live Commentary English & Spanish.

Trip Description

Harmonize your senses with nature and join us on a guided tour of one of the most visited places in Puerto Rico, Rainforest River Adventure. Our guide takes you on an unforgettable hike followed by a refreshing swim.

Highlights:

  • An Eco-Adventure – For outdoor enthusiast and nature lovers only.
  • Guided Nature Walk – Through El Yunque National Forest.
  • Chance to swim in crystal clear river water.

Feel the anticipation of exploring a new place, of swimming in a river of pure water born at the peak of the same Rainforest mountain you are. Our guide will escort you on a memorable journey where you will delight in your surroundings, see beautiful landmarks, take refreshing dips in the streams, and get to enjoy this Nature Walk. Have a good time!

  •  
    Round trip transportation from San Juan area.
  •  
    Live-commentary and interpretations about the Ecosystem in English or Spanish – Fully guided Nature Walk by certified tour guides.

 

  •  
    Water Poncho
  •  
    Mosquito repellent is not provided.
  •  
    Waterproof cell phone pouches are not provided.
  •  
    Gratuity is not included, but greatly appreciated.
  •  
    El Yunque is consider a small forest with 28,516-acre size.
  •  
    El Yunque is the only tropical forest in the National Forest System of the United States.
  •  
    Its year-round tropical climate and immense biodiversity.
  •  
    It is the rainiest of all the U.S. National Forests.
  •  
    Its rise to 3,533 ft. above sea level
  •  
    225 Native tree species and 164 vertebrate species documented.
  •  
    Their steep slopes can sometimes receive rainfall of over 200 inches (508 centimeters) per year at higher elevations.
  •  
    It is the only U.S. National Forest to be designated an experimental forest in its entirety.
  •  
    The forest has an average temperature of 73° F (21° C) it is “home” to thousands of native plants including 150 fern species, 240 tree species (88 of these are endemic or rare and 23 are exclusively found in this forest).
  •  
    The El Yunque National Forest has no large wildlife species, but hundreds of smaller animals abound in this gentle forest, many of which exist nowhere else on the planet.
  •  
    Although there are no trails that presently accommodate wheelchair traffic, there are plans for a handicapped access trail soon.
  •  
    The Forest is a Trash-Free Zone – Take your Garbage with you.
  •  
    Flash Flooding: Be alert for changing weather conditions. A rapid rise of water can strike rivers with little or no warning.
  •  
    Mongoose Safety: Mongooses can be infected with rabies. Do not approach them at any time. If you observe an animal acting strangely, please report its location and behavior as quickly as possible to the nearest U.S. Forest Service employee.
  •  
    Stray Dogs and Cats: Do not attempt to feed stray dogs or cats or drop food scraps on the trail for them to find. They represent a potential hazard, both to humans and the native animal population. They may be infected with diseases such as rabies. If you encounter a stray dog or cat, do not approach it. Please report its location and behavior as quickly as possible to the nearest U.S. Forest Service employee.

 

  •  
    This Nature Walk tour operates even if its rain, except in the case of extreme weather events or any warnings by the local weather authorities or Rainforest Park Rangers.
  •  
    Come prepared with a change of cloth, chance to swim in one of the rivers, weather permitting.
  •  
    Lightweight, synthetic clothing or a swimsuit is the best.
  •  
    Do not walk with flop-flops for safety reasons, sneakers or hiking shoes are recommended.
  •  
    Don’t bring any valuables you don’t want to get wet, lose or damage.
  •  
    Anyone who is visibly under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to participate and will still be charged.
  •  
    The Nature Walk and Hiking Tour Trips are led by Puerto Rico Access Tours Guide Service that operates under special use permit on the El Yunque National Forest and operates on a non-discriminatory basis.

 

  •  
    Lightweight, synthetic clothing or a swimsuit is the best.
  •  
    Sun screen.
  •  
    Mosquito repellent (just in case!).
  •  
    Come prepared to get wet; bring a change of cloth and towel just in case you want to swim. Wear rubber soles hiking shoes or sneakers no flipflops; slippery and moist conditions exist on all Forest paths and trails.
  •  
    A raincoat is appropriate specially in “El Yunque Rainforest”, one of the wettest places on Earth with an average of 200 inches of rain every year.
  •  
    Bottle water to stay hydrated (we provide water, but be sure not to leave it on the bus when you go to the hiking trail).
  •  
    Bring a snack, hiking takes a lot of energy.
  •  
    Avoid wearing jeans or sweats.
  •  
    Don’t bring any valuables you don’t want to get wet, lose or damage.
  •  
    Wearing the right clothes will help make your outdoor experience enjoyable
  • What’s the cancellation policy?
    To reserve a space, a credit card number is required. All cancellations are subject to a $10 per person cancellation fee. We require a 24 hour cancellation notice to be eligible for a full refund less $ 10 per person cancellation fee, otherwise your credit card will be charged. Peniel Access Eco Tours cancels due to unsafe weather conditions or any recommendation from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA. A full refund will be given if we cancel for safety reasons.
  • Do you still take out trips if it is raining?
    If it is a heavy rain we may offer you the option of rescheduling or canceling without being charged. If there is lightning close by we will cancel the trip but you should always assume the trip is going out and show up for your trip unless we have said otherwise. The rain and/or lightning may be moving away quickly and may only make for a short delay in our departure time even if it looks bad at the moment.
  • Is it okay if I have a drink(s) before coming on the tour?
    NO. Anyone who is visibly under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to participate and will still be charged.
  • I have other questions not answered in this FAQ what shall I do?
    Call us at +1 787-630-3684 or email us at info@fixatrippuertorico.com.
    I had such a great time, what can I do to recommend you to others?
    Share your experience.

Your health is our top priority, and we have put special measures in place to keep all guests safe both during and after your activity.

  • Stringent Cleaning: We’ve increased the frequency of disinfecting surfaces and high traffic areas between each tour, and hand sanitizer will be available to all of our guests.
  • Social Distancing: Guests will stay at a safe 6-foot distance during all points of the tour. We also ensure that all staff members will be wearing the necessary PPE.
  • Wellness Checks: Employees receive daily wellness checks to ensure they are healthy and symptom-free. If you or anyone in your group is experiencing symptoms, we will work directly with you to cancel or reschedule your tour.

Prices

$79 p/p Adults

+ $12.25 Fees p/p

Calendar

Calendar Unavailable
Call to +1 787-630-3684 for more details

Map