Choose from a variety of tropical adventures with this rainforest adventure tour. After arriving at the authentic Yukiyu rainforest tour via a breathtakingly beautiful drive along the coast, you can choose how you would like to spend your day depending on what kind of experience you're looking for. You can drink from a coconut on beautiful and pristine untouched beaches and explore a historic coastal cave. Enjoy fresh local fruit with the locals in a traditional Afro-Puerto Rican beach village that’s full of local flavor. For meals, you can choose between a local Afro-Puerto Rican lunch for less than ten dollars or a local organic lunch next to lovely coastal farms.
Hike the mountains of the rainforest to discover stunning secluded waterfalls deep within the jungle where you can relax and swim in the refreshing natural pools. If you’re looking for something more relaxed, you can choose the more mild and laid-back route with beach-side views and local delicacies. If you’d prefer to be more adventurous, this tour has a variety of hiking and exploring options as well. Come and explore Puerto Rican culture with a refreshing escape to the rainforest.
Beginner hikers are welcome, but you must be in good physical condition.
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!