ADVENTURE TOURS & FUN THINGS TO DO IN LUQUILLO & FAJARDO, PUERTO RICO

We are fortunate to be located in a very special area of Puerto Rico! First of all, we’re on the northeastern coast of the Island in the small town of ‘Luquillo’. Just a stone’s throw away from our ‘La Pared’ Beach – a mile-long, golden sand beach lined with palm trees.

In addition to the stunning beaches, the area of Fajardo (including Luquillo) is where most of Puerto Rico’s Aquatic Adventure tours are located. From sailing catamaran day trips, beach hiking and bio bay kayak excursions to snorkel & beach tours to the islands of Culebra and Vieques, virtually all of the Fun Things to do in Puerto Rico operate out of Fajardo!

No other coastline in Puerto Rico has beaches that compare to those of the Northeastern Ecological Corridor. Each beach has a different personality! Learning to surf, hard-core, gentle snorkeling, or just hanging out…there’s a beach for each day of the week! All are within hiking distance or short car rides. Long-Shot

Northeastern Ecological Corridor Nature Reserve

Next Door to LUQUILLO BEACH HOSTEL Designated as a protected Nature Reserve of Puerto Rico, the Northeast Ecological Corridor is a spectacular untamed coastal region featuring every ecosystem found in Puerto Rico. And it’s virtually next door to our Luquillo Beach Hostel! Learn more >

Fajardo – Center of Aquatic Adventure Tours in Puerto Rico!

15 minute drive from LUQUILLO BEACH HOSTEL Additionally, the Northeastern quadrant of Puerto Rico is where most of the Aquatic Adventure Tours are. From Sailing Catamaran day trips, Beach Hiking and Kayak excursions to Snorkel and Beach Tours to the islands of Culebra and Vieques, virtually all of the adventure tours operate out of Fajardo. Learn more >

“El Yunque” Rainforest (a 10 minute car ride away)

10 minute drive from LUQUILLO BEACH HOSTEL El Yunque Rainforest is the only tropical rainforest under the protection of the US Forest Service and also the largest nature reserve in Puerto Rico. It is situated in the mist-wreathed Luquillo Mountains where year-round precipitation ensures lush, green landscapes and a healthy diversity of animal life. Learn more >