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Rainforest River and Nature Walk Adventure

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Hour Glass Duration:  6 hours

Clock Available times: 9 a.m.

Calendar Availability: Sunday to Friday

Bus Transportation: Round-trip

Info Included: Guided Tour | Nature Walk | Live Commentary English & Spanish.

Guided Nature Walk El Yunque National Forest
Rain Forest- Beach - Bio Bay Kayaking (Trio)

Experience El Yunque National Forest on a Nature Walk Guided Tour!

Harmonize your senses with nature and join us on a guided tour of one of the most visited places in Puerto Rico, El Yunque National Forest, the only tropical rain forest in the U.S. National Forest System. Our guide takes you on an unforgettable hike followed by a refreshing swim.

If you want to keep the adventure going, you can join us for our Night Kayaking Tour, starting at sunset.


  • An Eco-Adventure – For outdoor enthusiast and nature lovers only.
  • Guided Nature Walk – Through El Yunque National Forest.
  • Chance to swim in crystal clear river water.

La Coca Falls is the first spectacular feature seen by our guest as we enter El Yunque National Forest. 85 feet (26 meters) drop welcomes all visitors to the forest. An impressive huge rock formation at the bottom of the falls is the perfect photo opportunity for your screen saver picture.

Yokahu – With more than 50 years Yokahu Tour has offer to everybody that climb its 98 steps a panoramic view of the coast and the rain forest above canopy. Located at mid elevation along road 191this stop is one of the visitor’s favorite.

Baño Oro – This man-made stone dam of 18 feet (5.4 meters) deep pool was built for recreation purposed back in 1936 by the Civilian Conservation Corp.  This stone and masonry dam over which water cascade is not for swim anymore since 1976. However it’s a beautiful man made pool filled with the waters from an upper branch of La Mina River.

River  – Puente Roto is one of the most popular water play area on the Forest. Here you’ll have the opportunity for swimming in a natural rain-forest river. The road provides easy hiking access to the river corridor, even though no trails currently exist.