GWK Excursions

Full-Day Culebra Snorkeling Adventure and Flamenco Beach from San Juan by Ferry


Snorkeling Age Requirement: 6+

Experience a Full Day Beach Hopping Tour with 1-hour Guided Snorkeling Experience & visiting World-Famous Flamenco Beach. Chance to swim with sea turtles and vibrant marine wildlife. Culebra Island is a snorkeler’s paradise, with the clearest waters, white sand beaches, and a great variety of sea life. Forget about the hard planning to get to Culebra Island, we make it simple for you.

Itinerary reference:

7:20 am departure from San Juan after Hotel Pick-up to Ceiba Ferry Terminal.

8:30 am Ferry Check-in for departure

9:30 am Ferry departure from Ceiba to Culebra (45 mins. - 1 hr. Ferry Ride)

5:30 pm Ferry Return to Ceiba (1 hour and 30 minutes)

You will be back in San Juan around 8:20 pm

Please Note: This ferry trip takes a minimum of 6 people to operate. If the tour does not reach this minimum then it can be rescheduled or canceled. Refund provided.

Tour Of El Yunque Waterslides River Plus Beach Guided


Perfect for first-time visitors to Puerto Rico, this all-day tour lets you experience the island’s culture and its spectacular views. Explore the rocky terrain and trek to a water slide within El Yunque National Forest, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. forest system. Then, travel to Luquillo Beach, which is known for a strip of restaurants and bars serving traditional Puerto Rican fare like alcapurrias and mofongo.

Experience El Yunque National Forest during this tour

This tour is a good option for first-time visitors to Puerto Rico

Travel comfortably in an air-conditioned vehicle

Travelers recommend wearing water shoes

San Juan Highlights


See the best of San Juan and the surrounding areas with this small-group tour of the historic port city. You'll wander through the cobblestoned streets of Old San Juan, spend time at the Castillo de San Cristobal, go shopping at Isla Verde and Condado Beach, and have time left over to grab a bite at Pinones Beach.

Group sizes capped at eight participants for individual attention from your guide

Bottled water will be provided Travel in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle

Round-trip transfers from area hotels are included

San Juan Chamula and Zinacantán Indigenous Communities


On this half day tour, you’ll visit the Mayan-Tzotziles indigenous communities and visit the church of St. Juan Bautista in San Juan Chamula, and then visit the indiginous community of Zincantan. Learn about pre-Hispanic rituals in the communities, and also check out the beautiful weaving and multi-colored embroidery. You'll also try handmade tortillas and drink.

You'll be transported in an air conditioned vehicle on this tour

You'll be in a group, with a guide, who will explain what you see along the way

Note that meals are not included

Entry fees to the Church of St. Juan Bautista and Zinacantan are included

Puerto Rico's Lifestyle, Art and Culture Tour


Discover the culture, lifestyle, and street art of Puerto Rico on this small-group guided tour. After a city tour in Old San Juan, with a stop at all the main sites, head to the coastal town of Loiza, known for its African culture. End the tour in San Juan's Santurce neighborhood, and learn more about street art during a walking tour of the murals and graffiti in the area.

Visit Old San Juan, Loiza town, and Santurce Listen to in-depth commentary from your guide about art and culture

Travel in comfort in an air-conditioned vehicle

Enjoy a more personal experience with a small group tour

Sea Cave Adventure from San Juan


After a convenient hotel pickup in San Juan, travel by private van to the pretty coastal town of Arecibo and take a relaxing stroll to the Indian Cave, perched above the Caribbean. Learn about the cave's geological formation as well as the petroglyphs that were created by the native Taino people.

Explore the incredible nature and culture of Puerto Rico’s Indian Cave

Enjoy a relaxing hike on the island’s north coast and admire stunning views

Marvel at the indigenous cave art made by the pre-Colombian Taino people

A small group means more attention from your guide