Visit incredible, surreal caves with stunning panoramic ocean cliff views on this full-day Puerto Rican adventure! This tour will take you to a coastal Taíno native ceremonial cave with centuries-old petroglyphs. Below the cave is an untouched beach where you can take a swim in a secluded natural reef pool. You'll stop for a traditional local lunch along the way to sample more native food. Afterward, you'll visit a local gem: a river with a spectacular waterfall where you can enjoy an invigorating swim beneath the falls. Finish the day with a hike through the karst forest to a gaping cave that opens to a panoramic view of the valley and the river below. Come and enjoy these once-in-a-lifetime adventures!
Beginner hikers are welcome, but you must be in good physical condition.
One of the caves has an additional entrance fee of $20 USD; please bring cash for this.
Bring a bathing suit and towel if you would like to swim.
I graduated with a degree in Jazz Music from Loyola University in New Orleans. After college, I recorded music in Iceland and released some of my albums on iTunes. Soon after, I decided to traveled the world and found my calling as a nature adventure guide while exploring the Amazon. I returned to Puerto Rico to share my newfound passion and newly gained perspective on the world. I love to share my passions with people and taking care of my guests! Come visit and let me show you what I love the most about Puerto Rico.
I have an enthusiasm for sharing the nature’s beauty and Puerto Rico’s unique with groups and families. I’ve had this passion since my senior trip in Summer 2008. With three friends, I decided to hike and camp along the central mountain range of Puerto Rico, trekking through off-the-beaten-path rivers, caves, and mountains. Being immersed in nature was the best part of the trip. It inspired me throughout the years, and led to many more trips back to forests. During a life-changing expedition that lasted three weeks, I developed a new-found appreciation and better understanding of Puerto Rico. More importantly, I was introduced to sustainable agriculture and botanical medicine by local farmers. Let me share my passion and appreciation with you!