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El Yunque Rainforest Tour

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Adult 11 Years and Up
Child 4-10 years

El Yunque Rainforest Tour


For nature lovers! Walk through the only rainforest under the U.S. Nation Forest Service. Our expert guides will tell you all about the wonders of the forest while you admire the spectacular views and connect with nature. This tour will please every family or group member, El Yunque National Rainforest is a landmark not to miss when you visit Puerto Rico.


During the 4hrs tour you will visit:


  • La Coca Waterfall (picture stop)
  • Yokahú Tower
  • Angelito Trail or Puente Roto (depends on availability)



Transfer for shared tour only available for San Juan-Metro Area Hotels.

Please contact us if you are staying outside this area for private tour options. This means hotels in the areas of Dorado, Rio Grande, Fajardo, or any town other than San Juan or Carolina.


For Sr. Regis clients, please call the tour desk at the hotel directly for your reservation.



El Yunque National Rainforest is in the town of Luquillo.

  • 45min from the San Juan Metro Area
  • 1hr from dorado
  • 30min form Rio Grande resorts


Tour includes:

  • Round trip transportation (Tour is designed with the transfer as it starts before we arrive at the forest. There is no option without transfer)
  • Expert Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees



  • Pick up will vary depending on your hotel (7:30 am – 8:30 am approximately)
  • Tour starts at 9:30 am
  • Tour duration is 4.5hrs approximately



  • No children under 4 years
  • No people with severe mobility issues (tour is not suited for handicapped people, we can customize a private experience driving subject to availability)



  • Vaccine required for all people 12yrs and up. Please bring your vaccine proof in a picture.
  • Mask required during the whole tour, even if the tour is private




What are the maximum and minimum ages?

Minimum age is 4 years. Due to uneven terrain, unstable weather due to rain, and walking distances, this tour is not recommended for children under 4yrs. Please assess your child’s ability to walk long distances and being in a car for extended periods of time before signing up for this tour. There is no maximum age, please take into consideration no matter the age that this tour requires some physical effort. Private tours might be available upon request to accommodate groups with people with limited mobility.


What is the COVID Protocol for this tour?

Starting August 16, 2021, all clients must present their COVID -19 vaccination card to participate in our tours.


-Card can be presented by photo or approved vaccine app. The card must be legible if presenting via photo.

-A photo ID will be required at check-in, alongside the vaccine card, app, or photo.

-Card must display 2 doses of the vaccine for Moderna or Pfizer, or 1 dose for Jansen.

-Fully vaccinated people are considered those who had their second shot 14 days + ago.

-This applies to everyone 12yrs and older.

-Children under 2yrs. Do not need to wear a mask as recommended by the CDC.

-Must bring the document with evidence of the child’s age if a photo ID with DOB is not provided.

-Mask wearing is always required in all our services, even when in an open space.

-Masks required for all vehicle transfers, without exceptions


What are the tour maximum and minimum capacities?

The minimum capacity for the tour to go out is 4ppl. and until further notice due to Forest Service limitations, the maximum capacity is 7ppl.


What should I wear?

Comfortable clothing, suggest bathing suit under in case of rain. Must wear closed-toe shoes with good traction. Preferably hiking shoes or sneakers that are designed for all-terrain. Nobody can take the tour with sandals or flip-flops.


Will the tour go out if it rains?

Yes, unless the Forest Service determines that the rains are too copious and represent a danger for visitors, we will go out with rain. As it is Rain Forest, the probability of rain during the tour is high, be prepared for that.


Are there bathrooms in the forest?

Yes, but please note that there is considerable distance between them. We will make stops before and after the tour.

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