|El Yunque National Forest is
closed on December 25th.
As part of AdvenTours PUERTO RICO corporate
social responsibility in 2002 we founded APIE,
the Puerto Rican Association of Interpretation
and Education, Inc.
APIE is a organization that offers training and
continuing education for tour guides, plus a
series of activities for the general public,
focusing on children, students, and educators
In 2014 we created an Annual Fund to promote
scientific research on birds, $1 of every tour we
offer is added to this fund.
Important for its biodiversity, El Yunque
National Forest is also known as a sacred
place as the Taíno people believed that the
good spirit Yocahú Bagua Maorocoti reigned
on the sacred mountain of Yuké, protecting
the land of Boriquén (Puerto Rico) and the
While other companies offer sightseeing
tours of El Yunque, AdvenTours shares
Nature with our visitors through our different
and unique programs with a Naturalist Rain
What is a tropical rain forest?
A tropical rain forest is a forest occurring
inside the World's equatorial regions in areas
of heavy rainfall. They are restricted between
the latitudes 22.5° N and 22.5° S of the
equator, in other words, between the Tropic
of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer or
1,400 mi. North and South of the Equator.
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|* Discover El Yunque from another perspective *
|· Birding Trips since 1992 ·
|Connecting people with the Healing Forest
|EL YUNQUE NATIONAL FOREST RAINFOREST
|I N D I V I D U A L S · E X T E N D E D · F A M I L I E S & G R O U P · T O U R S
|Certified Interpretive Tour Guide Service for the EcoSensitive Traveler
30 years in business!
|One Forest, six options...
|AdvenTours PUERTO RICO is an equal opportunity provider
under special permits at El Yunque Naitonal Forest.
|What makes El Yunque so special?
After almost two years from hurricanes Irma and María, El Yunque is
still recovering from their impact. AdvenTours / Birding PUERTO RICO
is one of the few operators that still have the special permits to offer our
services at our beloved rain forest during COVID-19 restrictions.
You will find information on our activities and special events at the Forest
on the color coded links to the right.
Dark green - Birding Trips options, follow the link for online booking.
Light green - You can book this activities through this section or visit the
links for detailed information.
Yellow - These options are customized as per clients needs.
Located in la Sierra de Luquillo and
with approximately 29,000 acres of
land, El Yunque is one of the most
important places in Puerto Rico due to
its biological diversity.
- Birds: 111 species,16 of 17 of
our endemic birds
- Reptiles: 11 lizards, 3 geckos,
- Mammals: 11 native bats, plus
5 introduced species
- Amphibians: 13 endemic frogs,
plus 1 introduced species
- Fish: 6 native, plus 1 introduced
- Plants: more than 1,000 species
- Trees: 225 native species;
endemic to Puerto Rico, 60;
endemic to Luquillo Mts, 8
- Ferns: Over 150 species
- Flora: 636 native species,
including 50 native orchids
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|It is understood that when you complete the booking process, you agree with our Terms and Conditions.
|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 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.
|For European Nations,
please contact us only via
regular phone or email.
|Updated September 1, 2022.
|When you book directly with us, 100% of your money is spent locally, not abroad.
|Transfers & transportation
available 24 hours.
OFFICE HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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|AdvenTours PUERTO RICO is an equal opportunity provider under special permits at El Yunque National Forest (Authorization ID: YNF22030).