Southwest Beach Hopping Day-trip
Price: Starting $135 + tax |NEW EXPERIENCE!

Experience the laidback atmosphere of La Jungla beach! Swim through the mangroves with pristine calm, warm and clear waters, perfect for children and spending an excellent family day. Heading down an unpaved road, you end up at this beautiful local coastline spot protected by the DRNA government agency which often gives preventive rounds to ensure public safety and the preservation of the natural surrounding habitat. On the way in toward the beach location and back out you will also notice the old sugar cane mill ruins of Ensenada village, next to the bay of Guánica. A quick pitstop may provide the perfect opportunity to snap a few cool pictures with some amazing local history in the background. Along the way to our second scheduled beach stop for the day, Tamarindo beach at Guayanilla, you’ll get a taste of authentic Puerto Rican local food with some great fresh catch of the day seafood selections for our lunch stop. On our way in and out of Tamarindo beach, you’ll notice first-hand the aftermath result of old and recent natural events, within the history of the island, as we drive through the town of Guánica and by the ruins of the old Spanish lighthouse at the edge of the State Dry Forest coastline. Once you’ve enjoyed Tamarindo beach, which will offer magnificent views and photo opportunities during sunset, it will be time to pack everything up and head back to the north.

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Duration of Activity:

9 to 10 hours

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Experience the laidback atmosphere of La Jungla beach! Swim through the mangroves with pristine calm, warm and clear waters, perfect for children and spending an excellent family day. Heading down an unpaved road, you end up at this beautiful local coastline spot protected by the DRNA government agency which often gives preventive rounds to ensure public safety and the preservation of the natural surrounding habitat. On the way in toward the beach location and back out you will also notice the old sugar cane mill ruins of Ensenada village, next to the bay of Guánica. A quick pitstop may provide the perfect opportunity to snap a few cool pictures with some amazing local history in the background. Along the way to our second scheduled beach stop for the day, Tamarindo beach at Guayanilla, you’ll get a taste of authentic Puerto Rican local food with some great fresh catch of the day seafood selections for our lunch stop. On our way in and out of Tamarindo beach, you’ll notice first-hand the aftermath result of old and recent natural events, within the history of the island, as we drive through the town of Guánica and by the ruins of the old Spanish lighthouse at the edge of the State Dry Forest coastline. Once you’ve enjoyed Tamarindo beach, which will offer magnificent views and photo opportunities during sunset, it will be time to pack everything up and head back to the north.

Includes

Roundtrip transportation, bottles of water, light snacks, and lunch stop (Drinks and food not included).

P.R. Law Regulations

Car Seat Laws in Puerto Rico require that children under the age of 4 years traveling on public highways must be in a protective car seat (exempt handicapped or incapacitated children). Infants and children age 4 to 9 or under 57 inches must be in a booster seat that meets federal motor vehicle safety standards appropriate for the child’s weight and height. Children age 9 and older or over 57 inches must be using a seat belt properly. The driver is responsible for compliance with provision and subject to penalty for failure to comply. Children under age 12 must be in the rear seat of a vehicle, if possible. [Child safety seats or booster seats are not available or provided by West Side Destination LLC. at the present time. Adult parents (legal guardians) are responsible to acquire child safety seat(s) or booster seat(s) prior to starting the activity.]

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