Explore Puerto Rico
Day 2: San Juan
Guided tour of El Yunque National Forest
The El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rainforest in the national forest system. At nearly 29,000 acres, it is one of the smallest in size, yet one of the most biologically diverse. Come experience the breathtaking scenery, clear mountain rivers, and outdoor recreation opportunities year-round.
Guided tour of Old San Juan
What Paris is to Europe, Old San Juan is to the Caribbean. You can’t leave Puerto Rico without visiting this fantastic place.
Old San Juan “San Juan Antiguo“, is one of the most popular cruise destinations in the Caribbean and the most visited place in Puerto Rico. Old San Juan is special in every way, known for its rich history, five-century-old forts, romantic ambiance, Old World elegance, exquisite food, and festive atmosphere.
Visit El Morro
The fortress is one of the most impressive structures on the island, encapsulating Puerto Rico’s role as a guardian of the New World.
Day 3: San Juan
Cave system exploration
The caves of Puerto Rico offer adventurous visitors the opportunity to go hiking, spelunking, rock climbing, rappelling, or rafting in some of the Island's less-visited parts.
Tour of Puerto Rico nature reserves
Day 4: San Juan & Ponce
Visit to Museum of the Americas
For the past 25 years , the Museum has presented over 525 temporary exhibitions on art, history and anthropology . The diversity of the exhibition program allows offering a range of creative workshops, conferences, symposiums, musical presentations , among other activities, thus extending the field of impact to the community both inside and outside its headquarters.
Travel to Ponce
Enjoy a cooking class demonstration and lunch in Ponce.
Guided tour of Ponce
Ponce is Puerto Rico's most populated city outside the San Juan metropolitan area. Ponce is often referred to as La Perla del Sur (The Pearl of the South).
Day 5: Ponce
Coffee plantation visit and tour
- Learn about coffee’s important history role
- Tour our sustainable Pomarrosa coffee plantation farm
- Behind-the-scenes look at coffee harvesting & production
- Roundtrip transportation from selected areas of San Juan
- Small group ensures personal service
Bioluminescent bay tour
These rare ecosystems happen when microscopic, single-celled organisms called dinoflagellates grow in quantities big enough to produce a “glow-in-the-dark” effect when stimulated by movement. So, when you paddle or splash the water, these organisms light up in a neon blue-green color, and so does everything they come in contact with, giving a star-like reflection to the water.
Day 6: Ponce & San Juan
Visit to El Museo Castillo Serrallés to learn about sugar cane's important role in Puerto Rico's economy
There are hundreds of coffee farms in Kona. Kona Coffee is world-renowned and consistently rated among the very best gourmet coffees in the world.
Return to San Juan
Puerto Rican dance lesson
If you love to dance, you'll love Puerto Rico. Any day of the week you'll find a bar or a club full of people moving to the beat. Whether it's a live band, a DJ spinning, or a jukebox blasting.
Day 7: San Juan
With crystal-clear waters and healthy coral reefs, Puerto Rico is one of the best places in the world for snorkeling.
Visit to the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
The mission of the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico is to enrich the lives of its diverse audiences by making accessible and promoting the knowledge, appreciation, and enjoyment of visual arts from Puerto Rico and the world.
Day 8: San Juan
Tour and tasting at Casa Bacardi
- Learn how rum is made, and take a guided tour of the Bacardí distillery
- Enjoy views of Old San Juan, and get access to the gift shop and restaurant
- Get great inclusions—rum tasting, certificate, welcome drink, and souvenir (for age-appropriate tourists)
Free time exploring the city
San Juan, the Capital City of Puerto Rico offers various tourist destinations for visitors. While they all share the same sensuous tropical vibe, each has its own flavor and personality. All the tourist destinations are close by, so no matter where you choose to book your hotel, you’ll be able to enjoy the best of each in just a short drive or bicycle ride.
While Old San Juan connects you to the past and seduces with European charm and world-class attractions. New San Juan (aka San Juan Metro) lures visitors with great beaches, fun things to do in the water, the beautiful Condado Lagoon, parks, and squares, modern museums, and much more.