Discover two of Puerto Rico’s most famous caves, Cueva Ventana (Window Cave) and the Indian Cave, during this full-day trip among the limestone ‘karst’ formations of the island’s north coast. Begin your day at Cueva Ventana, exploring the cave’s interior before reaching its beautiful ‘window’ opening with gorgeous views of the valley below. Then travel to the oceanfront Indian Cave, a beautiful location used in a number of films, to admire the beautiful setting and ancient Indian carvings that adorn its walls. Your cave-themed trip also includes round-trip hotel transport, helmet and flashlight, water, admission fees, and a guide.
With a private guide in the lead, you and your group will explore two important Puerto Rico landmarks: the Birth of a New World Monument and the Arecibo Observatory. Learn about the history of Columbus in Puerto Rico and the world's second-largest radio telescope through your guide's commentary and enjoy the ability to ask plenty of questions. Visiting these two highlights is easy with all private transportation provided.
The best river tubing experience in the island, but this time, shortly for those looking for a real adventure while visiting on cruises or limited time. The Tanamá river is part of the most important limestone zone at north, covering the 35% of the island. The activity is endorsed by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. You should be here!
Enjoy personalized attention and the ability to travel at your own pace on this private tour that includes stops at a few must-sees: the Birth of a New World Monument, Captain's Correa Village, and Mar Chiquita Beach. The 70-minute journey along Puerto Rico's north coast will be enjoyable; you only have to take in the scenery instead of fussing over directions and driving. Learn about Columbus' history on the island and sun yourself on the stunning beach before being dropped back at your Old San Juan hotel.