Less than one hour drive from San Juan, the town of Luquillo
is waiting for you.  This journey starts with the scenic Piñones
coastal road where you will learn important facts of Puerto
Rican history from the time of the Taínos and the role of
Ponce de León through the introduction of African slaves.  
Relax and
enjoy an
unique trip to
the eastern
side of
Puerto Rico.
Our first short stop in a kiosko of Piñones will allow us to taste one of the many flavors of Puerto Rican cuisine while admiring the
beautiful flowers around us.  You might want to refresh your Soul with
Maví or coconut water.

We continue this journey with a ride where you will understand the transition from the coastal mangrove forest to a tropical rain
forest, plus the importance of water as a natural resource.

Once in Luquillo, our second stop iwill be at Museo La Familia, a private collection of antiques.  Then we continue to the Luquillo
Experimental Forest and El Yunque National Forest.  Puerto Rico is located in one of the 34 Biodiversity Hotspots of the World,
specifically, it is part of the Caribbean Hotspot of Biodiversity. Culturally speaking, El Yunque holds a very special role in the history
of our Archipelago.   

The territory of
Yuké, as it was known by our indigenous people living in  Borikén (Puerto Rico) when the Spaniards arrived, was
ruled by
Cacique Yukiyú.  He was in charge of protecting the sacred mountain of the good spirit Yocahú Bagua Maracoti.  Next, a
stop at El Portal de El Yunque Visitors Center, followed by a short stop at La Coca Falls and the 98 steps Yocahú Observation
Tower.   Giants tree ferns, smallest orchids of the Planet, green anolis, Sierra Palms, endemic birds, and much more is waiting for
you at our low-impact hike at Caimitillo Trail.  You will understand why El Yunque National Forest was recently nominated as one of
the new Seven Wonders of the World.Giants tree ferns, smallest orchids of the Planet, green anolis, Sierra Palms, endemic birds,
and much more is waiting for you at our low-impact hike at Caimitillo Trail.  

Our last stop will be at the kioskos de Luquillo where you will have the opportunity to taste one of the many Puerto Rican dishes.  
Walk through local culture by discovering historical
homes left by Spain's heritage on our table traditions.

Effort Level
Hiking Time
Private Tour

Not included
Saturday  thru Thursday from
selected hotels in San Juan
Full day
.4 miles
10:00 AM
$129 per person
Always required
Entrance fees to El Yunque
and Museo La Familia, one
complimentary drink per
person (
Maví or coconut
water), plus creole cuisine
Drinks or tips
"guariquén" Arawak word meaning "look" or "come here and see".   
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Due to the number of people visiting El Yunque National Forest during the Holy Week/Weekend (Wednesday through Sunday, including Good
Friday and Easter) and the
month of July (we have 4 holidays, July 4, 17, 25, and 27), we DO NOT OFFER tours to El Yunque other than the
Night Hike and/or Ancestral Areyto.  Access to the Forest is limited and we cannot guarantee the quality during those days.
ADVENTOURS operates tourism that
fosters understanding, appreciation and
conservation of the culture and
environments of our country.  We operate
in a socially and environmentally
responsible manner.  Our efforts are
focused in the direct economic benefits
that the community will have and the
contribution to environmental and cultural
conservation awareness.  We aim to
operate beyond best practice guidelines
and will be monitoring our operations
continuously.  With this in mind, we have
selected a series unique, participative,
educational, learning experiences.

partners are residents of the ten
municipalities in which we offer our
services:  Ceiba, Luquillo, Río Grande,
Fajardo, Humacao, Naguabo, Culebra,
Vieques, Yabucoa, and Maunabo.  We
invite you to learn about our natural and
cultural heritage through the eyes of one of
our local Guides.

We invite you to be part of this effort.

Join us today!
After 18 years offering our services in the
eastern region, we are still committed to
continue our efforts to promote tourism that
fosters understanding, appreciation, and
conservation of our culture and environment.  
We follow APIE best practices, EcoYoga,
and eco-philosophy principles.  

Our company holds special permits for bird
watching, biking adventures; butterflies, eco
and naval heritage tours at
Roosevelt Roads.
More surprises soon!

We have special permits to offer bird
watching, night hikes and Ancestral Areytos
El Yunque National Forest.

We created the
Colibrí Quest Route where
we look for the 5 hummingbirds that nest in
our territory.

We have a complete outdoors adventure
program for groups that includes biking,
kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, and more!

Join one of our local guides and explore El
Yunque in search of the glow-in-the-dark
Celebrating 20 years in the East region!
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Sorry for the inconveniences.
"A great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do." Walter Gagehot