Hike Puerto Rico’s famous El Yunque Rainforest with our expert guides. It’s the only tropical rainforest in the US National Forest system.
Best Hidden Waterfall Tour
Availability: Mon, Wed, Fri, & Sun
Duration: 4 Hrs
Time: 12:00 pm
- Price per person
We understand “your time is very valuable,” and you want to see and do as much as possible in your vacation. This is why we’ve created this tour that takes you directly to what you’ll enjoy in less time. Discover Puerto Rico by exploring these hidden, secret waterfalls tour outside of San Juan. These waterfalls are located in a different part of El Yunque in the countryside. (Note: this area is not covered under the federally-protected lands.)
We have no doubt that these waterfalls will become one of your favorite memories in Puerto Rico. We’ll also introduce you to a local family who built a secret gem house (private land) at the top of a majestic waterfall.
To give you easy access to these areas, we built a less-than-10-minute trail with stairs using ropes and recycled material. (We always need to respect nature!) To make the most of your time, you’ll go straight to see the waterfalls! For those more daring, we have places where you can cliff jump, and we’ll provide lifejackets.
Everyone will have the opportunity to swim and relax in the natural pools.
Note: We have the right to modify the tour for safety reasons in case of weather. As a local business, we always support other local businesses and hire local Puerto Rican tour guides.
- Pick up will typically be at most 15-minutes before the tour starts, depending on where you’re staying.
- Please be considerate of everyone’s time so do not be late.
- Gratuities are not included in the tour price but highly appreciated.
- As a US Territory, Puerto Rico follows the tipping etiquette of the US so Puerto Ricans rely on tips.
o Wear active clothes and shoes that will easily dry as well as can be easily cleaned in case you get mud or water on it.
o Wear your swimsuits under your clothes so you can jump right into the river (no changing stations)
o Wear watershoes so that you’ll be more comfortable when walking on rocks as you enter the river
o Bring flip flops to let your feet breathe and keep dry after rainforest activities
o Bring towels, not just to dry yourself, but to keep your seat dry as a courtesy for people touring later in the day or next day
o Eat a good breakfast prior to pick up – there’s nothing worse than a grumbling stomach while you’re on tour!
o Bring cash in case you see something you’d like to buy on the way