Surfing Puerto Rico
At Surfing Puerto Rico Adventures we believe that Surfing makes us happier people. Whether it be for its fitness or stress relieving benefits, the sense of gratefulness while being out there, the sun and the salty air, or the overwhelming feeling of pride the moment we finally get up on that first wave; surfing helps us appreciate life in a different, more positive way. Surfing Puerto Rico Adventures is simply a group of positive, motivated sons of “Isla del Encanto”, that not only want to get you up on a surfboard better than anybody, but that are super excited to share with you all the goodness behind the sport of Surfing in Puerto Rico.
Catamaran Spread Eagle II
This excursion sails to the sandy islands of Icacos and Lobos aboard the modern 51 ft. sailing catamaran, departing from Villa Marina in Fajardo at 10 AM and returning around 3:30PM. This excursion includes your snorkeling gear and an all-you-can eat sandwich buffet lunch made from the freshest local ingredients! Sodas, tropical fruit punch and Piña Coladas are free. Mixed drinks and beer are also available for sale. After lunch, the boat is moved to a tropical reef for additional snorkeling or relaxing in the sun or shade on the Catamaran.
Sea Ventures Dive Centers
For experienced Scuba Divers and Discover Scuba for beginners. 5 star member of PADI Licensed and Coast Guard inspected boats. Fajardo has beginner to medium dives from 30 ft. to 70 ft. deep. Palms led Mar has intermediate and advanced spots. 50 to 120 ft. 35 different dive sites! Caverns, overhangs, perches, a ledge and a small steep wall. Morning dives meet by 8 AM return by 12:30 noon. Offshore NE Puerto Rico and Bequests Island. Two tanks doe certified divers, discount price $95.
East Island Excursions
Sailing with East Island Excursions is the easiest way to see Culebra. You’ll travel on a fast, smooth and comfortable power catamaran about 50 minutes to Culebra, where you’ll anchor for snorkeling on the Luis Peña Nature Reserve. From there, you’ll sail on to either Flamenco Beach or Culebrita, where you’ll enjoy a delicious, fresh buffet lunch. There are restrooms and showers on board. This excursion leaves at 9:30 AM and returns by 4 pm from Marina Del Rey.
El Yunque Rain Forrest
The El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rain forest 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 of the national forests hosting hundreds of animal and plant species, some of which are found only here.
The Biobay in Fajardo is easily reached by car. You can experience the bioluminescent lagoon by small electric boat or by kayak. Puerto Rico Kayaks is a good option, there are many kayak companies (book well in advance).