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Chocobar Cortés is an innovative gastronomic space where chocolate plays the starring role. Located in the heart of Old San Juan, the restaurant celebrates the rich history of Chocolate Cortés, a family-owned company that has been making chocolate from farm-to-bar in the Caribbean since 1929.
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Chocobar Cortés
210 Calle San Francisco
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locals recommend
Chocobar Cortés is an innovative gastronomic space where chocolate plays the starring role. Located in the heart of Old San Juan, the restaurant celebrates the rich history of Chocolate Cortés, a family-owned company that has been making chocolate from farm-to-bar in the Caribbean since 1929.
Located in Old San Juan, just one block from La Fortaleza, the restaurant has been catering to tourist and locals for over 40 years in the old city. The surrounding beauty of a colonial building over two centuries old with an interior courtyard and magnificent tropical foliage is the birthplace and home of the world-famous piña colada, where don Ramon Portas Mingot, first made the famous drink in 1963.
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Barrachina
104 Calle Fortaleza
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Located in Old San Juan, just one block from La Fortaleza, the restaurant has been catering to tourist and locals for over 40 years in the old city. The surrounding beauty of a colonial building over two centuries old with an interior courtyard and magnificent tropical foliage is the birthplace and home of the world-famous piña colada, where don Ramon Portas Mingot, first made the famous drink in 1963.
Luquillo Kiosks A collection of small, seaside, family-operated eateries in the neighboring town of Luquillo provides a variety of Puerto Rican dishes perfect for replenishing your energy after a day full of swimming and hiking in El Yunque.
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kioskos de luquillo
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Luquillo Kiosks A collection of small, seaside, family-operated eateries in the neighboring town of Luquillo provides a variety of Puerto Rican dishes perfect for replenishing your energy after a day full of swimming and hiking in El Yunque.
Viejo, otherwise known as Old San Juan, is widely known for four things: a captivating culture, stunning architecture, beautiful weather, and exceptional dining. When spending a day roaming the streets of Viejo San Juan you’re exploring some of the best food the Caribbean has to offer. You may not get to try everything, but here are some places you need to check out. Sign Up. Get More. Do More. Read the Culture Trip newsletter. Because you want to see what's out there. Email address For more information on how we use your data, see our privacy policy. Unsubscribe in one click. To see what our newsletters include, click here. Parrot Club Old San Juan l © cogito ergo imago/Flickr The Parrot Club Old San Juan The Parrot Club If you’re looking to enjoy some authentic Puerto Rican cuisine, then the Parrot Club is the place for you. Authentic, local cuisine is served with a modern twist to create new and exciting flavours. The restaurant itself is a feast for the eyes, with its high archways and tall, beamed ceilings. With the long, blue bar and palm trees potted in every available space, you’ll really feel the Caribbean spirit in this popular, atmospheric restaurant. The Parrot Club, 363 Calle Fortaleza, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico +1 787 725 7370 El Asador meal Courtesy of El Asador El Asador meal | Courtesy of El Asador El Asador Bar, Restaurant, Seafood, Puerto Rican, Caribbean, $$$ Save Place Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Copy link Share With an ideal location right near the entrance of Old San Juan, El Asador is an essential part of Viejo nightlife. This sophisticated bar/restaurant has one of the loveliest indoor patios in town, for drinking and dining in style. The high ceilings and elaborate archways hint at it’s past life as a monastery of San Juan, something which your waiter will gladly tell you about while you choose your meal. With some of the best food and best mojitos in town, do not miss out on dining at El Asador. More Info Aguaviva © Scott Dexter/Flickr Aguaviva Aguaviva Restaurant, Puerto Rican, Seafood, Caribbean Aguaviva is the go to place for seafood lovers. Dishes are a unique blend of Caribbean and International flavors. The creative bar has ocean-inspired decor, you won’t be able to miss the jellyfish-like lights which hang from the ceiling, adding a nautical blue sheen to the restaurant. Expect warm introductions from your waiter, as well as recommendations from food and drinks to local highlights. The seafood at Aguaviva is as fresh and delicious as it gets, so don’t miss out. Permanently closed More Info 311 Trois Cent Onze For authentic French dining in the heart of Caribbean, look no further than 311 Trois Cent Onze. Everything about this elegant French dining room is the real deal, from the French-Puerto Rican owners Sylma Pèrez and Christophe Gourdain to the delicate Andalusian-style iron rosette above the door. They prize their wines as highly as their food, so expect the perfect compliment to every dish from all corners of the globe in this chic and luxurious establishment. Trois Cent Onze, 311 Calle Fortaleza, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico +1 787 725 7959 El Picoteo © Jared/Flickr El Picoteo | © Jared/Flickr El Picoteo Restaurant, Puerto Rican, Caribbean, Wine, Beer, Spanish El Picoteo is the signature restaurant of the El Convento Hotel and offers a diverse menu of Spanish tapas. Located on the third floor, the space is open and airy with the bright yellow exterior complimented by deep reds and soft lighting inside. In addition to devouring their hot and cold tapas remember to give their famous paella a try since it has been voted the best on the island. Servers will also help you find the perfect wine to compliment your meal. Permanently closed More Info Lobster Spring Rolls Courtesy of Panza Restaurant Lobster Spring Rolls | Courtesy of Panza Restaurant Panza Restaurant Panza is located inside Chateau Cervantes, a European-style hotel in the heart of Viejo, and is named after Don Quixote’s sidekick. Opened in 2006 in a restored 18th century townhouse, Panza serves up unique, tropical dishes with a modern twist. Expect small tables, crisp white table cloths, soft lighting and beautifully presented dishes at this special San Juan gem. Panza Restaurant, 329 Calle Recinto Sur, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico +1 787 724 7722 Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar Spend your first night in the historic Viejo San Juan experiencing the memorable dining at Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar. Marmalade is led by the innovative Chef Peter Schintler, who has been all over the world searching for new flavors and ways to reinvent old classics. Prizing sustainable and non-modified ingredients, the food at Marmalade really is first class. For romantic evenings, try and bag a corner seat with silk cushions to cozy up and share dessert. Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar, 317 Calle Fortaleza, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico +1 787-724-3969
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Marmalade
317 Calle Fortaleza
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Viejo, otherwise known as Old San Juan, is widely known for four things: a captivating culture, stunning architecture, beautiful weather, and exceptional dining. When spending a day roaming the streets of Viejo San Juan you’re exploring some of the best food the Caribbean has to offer. You may not get to try everything, but here are some places you need to check out. Sign Up. Get More. Do More. Read the Culture Trip newsletter. Because you want to see what's out there. Email address For more information on how we use your data, see our privacy policy. Unsubscribe in one click. To see what our newsletters include, click here. Parrot Club Old San Juan l © cogito ergo imago/Flickr The Parrot Club Old San Juan The Parrot Club If you’re looking to enjoy some authentic Puerto Rican cuisine, then the Parrot Club is the place for you. Authentic, local cuisine is served with a modern twist to create new and exciting flavours. The restaurant itself is a feast for the eyes, with its high archways and tall, beamed ceilings. With the long, blue bar and palm trees potted in every available space, you’ll really feel the Caribbean spirit in this popular, atmospheric restaurant. The Parrot Club, 363 Calle Fortaleza, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico +1 787 725 7370 El Asador meal Courtesy of El Asador El Asador meal | Courtesy of El Asador El Asador Bar, Restaurant, Seafood, Puerto Rican, Caribbean, $$$ Save Place Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Copy link Share With an ideal location right near the entrance of Old San Juan, El Asador is an essential part of Viejo nightlife. This sophisticated bar/restaurant has one of the loveliest indoor patios in town, for drinking and dining in style. The high ceilings and elaborate archways hint at it’s past life as a monastery of San Juan, something which your waiter will gladly tell you about while you choose your meal. With some of the best food and best mojitos in town, do not miss out on dining at El Asador. More Info Aguaviva © Scott Dexter/Flickr Aguaviva Aguaviva Restaurant, Puerto Rican, Seafood, Caribbean Aguaviva is the go to place for seafood lovers. Dishes are a unique blend of Caribbean and International flavors. The creative bar has ocean-inspired decor, you won’t be able to miss the jellyfish-like lights which hang from the ceiling, adding a nautical blue sheen to the restaurant. Expect warm introductions from your waiter, as well as recommendations from food and drinks to local highlights. The seafood at Aguaviva is as fresh and delicious as it gets, so don’t miss out. Permanently closed More Info 311 Trois Cent Onze For authentic French dining in the heart of Caribbean, look no further than 311 Trois Cent Onze. Everything about this elegant French dining room is the real deal, from the French-Puerto Rican owners Sylma Pèrez and Christophe Gourdain to the delicate Andalusian-style iron rosette above the door. They prize their wines as highly as their food, so expect the perfect compliment to every dish from all corners of the globe in this chic and luxurious establishment. Trois Cent Onze, 311 Calle Fortaleza, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico +1 787 725 7959 El Picoteo © Jared/Flickr El Picoteo | © Jared/Flickr El Picoteo Restaurant, Puerto Rican, Caribbean, Wine, Beer, Spanish El Picoteo is the signature restaurant of the El Convento Hotel and offers a diverse menu of Spanish tapas. Located on the third floor, the space is open and airy with the bright yellow exterior complimented by deep reds and soft lighting inside. In addition to devouring their hot and cold tapas remember to give their famous paella a try since it has been voted the best on the island. Servers will also help you find the perfect wine to compliment your meal. Permanently closed More Info Lobster Spring Rolls Courtesy of Panza Restaurant Lobster Spring Rolls | Courtesy of Panza Restaurant Panza Restaurant Panza is located inside Chateau Cervantes, a European-style hotel in the heart of Viejo, and is named after Don Quixote’s sidekick. Opened in 2006 in a restored 18th century townhouse, Panza serves up unique, tropical dishes with a modern twist. Expect small tables, crisp white table cloths, soft lighting and beautifully presented dishes at this special San Juan gem. Panza Restaurant, 329 Calle Recinto Sur, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico +1 787 724 7722 Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar Spend your first night in the historic Viejo San Juan experiencing the memorable dining at Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar. Marmalade is led by the innovative Chef Peter Schintler, who has been all over the world searching for new flavors and ways to reinvent old classics. Prizing sustainable and non-modified ingredients, the food at Marmalade really is first class. For romantic evenings, try and bag a corner seat with silk cushions to cozy up and share dessert. Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar, 317 Calle Fortaleza, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico +1 787-724-3969
Affordable local puerto rican food. Small place, great service, air conditioner and a lot of flavor. Try the mojitos.
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Café El Punto
105 Calle Fortaleza
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Affordable local puerto rican food. Small place, great service, air conditioner and a lot of flavor. Try the mojitos.
The place for the foodies, art and music lovers. Perfect ambience right in the Art District of San Juan, the famous Cerra Street. A great selection of wine and our Mixologist will be taking care of you with great refreshing cocktails. Our menu captures our local food with a twist that will be inspired on a Season with a specific theme.
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MUSA
613 Calle Cerra
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The place for the foodies, art and music lovers. Perfect ambience right in the Art District of San Juan, the famous Cerra Street. A great selection of wine and our Mixologist will be taking care of you with great refreshing cocktails. Our menu captures our local food with a twist that will be inspired on a Season with a specific theme.
Located on the rooftop of the Hotel Milano this lively rooftop restaurant serves up great and authentic Puerto Rican food in an informal atmosphere at great prices. The best Mofongo in Old San Juan. Buy 1 Get 1 Free Mojitos every day from open until 5:00pm! Come check out the best rooftop view of the Old City and enjoy great local food. Family Friendly!
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Punto de Vista
1 Cll Juan Antonio Coretejas
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Located on the rooftop of the Hotel Milano this lively rooftop restaurant serves up great and authentic Puerto Rican food in an informal atmosphere at great prices. The best Mofongo in Old San Juan. Buy 1 Get 1 Free Mojitos every day from open until 5:00pm! Come check out the best rooftop view of the Old City and enjoy great local food. Family Friendly!
For avocado lovers, we serve Stuffed Avocados! You can fill them with Poke Tuna and Salmon, or criollo puertorrican style with Pulled Pork, Chicken or Beef. Also we serve Vegan and Veggie options! We are proudly the first Avocado only place in Puerto Rico.
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Stuffed Avocado Shop
209 Calle San Francisco
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For avocado lovers, we serve Stuffed Avocados! You can fill them with Poke Tuna and Salmon, or criollo puertorrican style with Pulled Pork, Chicken or Beef. Also we serve Vegan and Veggie options! We are proudly the first Avocado only place in Puerto Rico.
The restaurant: Pirilo is a rustic pizzeria in which we prepare, with dedication, delicious classic Italian and international dishes; always using the freshest local products. The space is designed and decorated by combining the typical Italian trattoria with the emblematic colonial architecture of Old San Juan, creating a picturesque and warm environment. The Pirilo bar has a wide selection of drinks, exclusive to the restaurant and a variety of more than 50 handcrafted beers. Reservations: Pirilo welcomes guests on a walk-in, first-come-first-served basis.
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Pirilo Pizza
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The restaurant: Pirilo is a rustic pizzeria in which we prepare, with dedication, delicious classic Italian and international dishes; always using the freshest local products. The space is designed and decorated by combining the typical Italian trattoria with the emblematic colonial architecture of Old San Juan, creating a picturesque and warm environment. The Pirilo bar has a wide selection of drinks, exclusive to the restaurant and a variety of more than 50 handcrafted beers. Reservations: Pirilo welcomes guests on a walk-in, first-come-first-served basis.
Sightseeing
Chocobar Cortés is an innovative gastronomic space where chocolate plays the starring role. Located in the heart of Old San Juan, the restaurant celebrates the rich history of Chocolate Cortés, a family-owned company that has been making chocolate from farm-to-bar in the Caribbean since 1929.
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El Morro
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Chocobar Cortés is an innovative gastronomic space where chocolate plays the starring role. Located in the heart of Old San Juan, the restaurant celebrates the rich history of Chocolate Cortés, a family-owned company that has been making chocolate from farm-to-bar in the Caribbean since 1929.
Built in 1634 to protect San Juan from land attacks, the San Cristóbal Fort is the largest Spanish fort in the Americas covering some 27 acres of land. At the beginning of the experience, you can watch a short film that explai­­­ns the history of the fort and listen to an orientation offered by the staff every hour. Inside, you will find a main plaza used for troop formations and practices, a chapel, troop quarters, tunnels used by soldiers, artillery, and more. The observation post located in the third level gives you a beautiful ocean and city view.
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Castillo de San Cristóbal
501 Calle Norzagaray
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Built in 1634 to protect San Juan from land attacks, the San Cristóbal Fort is the largest Spanish fort in the Americas covering some 27 acres of land. At the beginning of the experience, you can watch a short film that explai­­­ns the history of the fort and listen to an orientation offered by the staff every hour. Inside, you will find a main plaza used for troop formations and practices, a chapel, troop quarters, tunnels used by soldiers, artillery, and more. The observation post located in the third level gives you a beautiful ocean and city view.
ocated in front of Castillo San Felipe del Morro, the Cuartel de Ballajá was built from 1854 to 1864 in order to house the Spanish and Puerto Rican regiments in Old San Juan. After the 1898 invasion by the US Army, the US infantry occupied the Cuartel de Ballajá until 1936. During the Second World War, this structure became a hospital, and in 1976 the Puerto Rican government bought the building. Eventually, this beautiful structure was abandoned and decayed quickly. In 1992, as part of the commemoration of the 5th Centenary of the exchange between Europeans and the native peoples of the Americas, Ricardo Alegría--a famed Puerto Rican archaeologist-- proposed to remodel the Cuartel de Ballajá and create a museum dedicated to the Americas. Nowadays, the Cuartel de Ballajá is perfectly functional and houses the following: a dance school, a music school, the Museo de las Américas, the Puerto Rico Academy of the Spanish Language, and the State Office of Historic Conservation.
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Cuartel de Ballajá
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ocated in front of Castillo San Felipe del Morro, the Cuartel de Ballajá was built from 1854 to 1864 in order to house the Spanish and Puerto Rican regiments in Old San Juan. After the 1898 invasion by the US Army, the US infantry occupied the Cuartel de Ballajá until 1936. During the Second World War, this structure became a hospital, and in 1976 the Puerto Rican government bought the building. Eventually, this beautiful structure was abandoned and decayed quickly. In 1992, as part of the commemoration of the 5th Centenary of the exchange between Europeans and the native peoples of the Americas, Ricardo Alegría--a famed Puerto Rican archaeologist-- proposed to remodel the Cuartel de Ballajá and create a museum dedicated to the Americas. Nowadays, the Cuartel de Ballajá is perfectly functional and houses the following: a dance school, a music school, the Museo de las Américas, the Puerto Rico Academy of the Spanish Language, and the State Office of Historic Conservation.
Visit El Yunque National Rainforest Plan a soul-refreshing escape to an enchanted rainforest park. This natural treasure is an excellent destination if you want to be immersed in nature. You can visit for a hike on one of its many trails, bathe in natural pools beneath waterfalls, or just relax and enjoy the scenery. El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest Service and its name is a reference to Yuke, what the indigenous Taíno people defined as "white lands." With an average rainfall of 120 inches a year, El Yunque has a very diverse ecosystem, hosting hundreds of unique plant and animal species, including the island’s famous coquí frog. Explore the lush forest of El Yunque. Explore the lush forest of El Yunque. Things to Do Hikers’ Delight One of the most popular things to do in El Yunque is hiking to one of the natural pools to cool off with a swim. Head over to La Coca trail and hike down to one of several ponds along the route for the perfect way to cool off. For fun in the form of a rope swing, choose El Angelito trail, where a 4km hike can end with a dive into its lagoon. There are plenty of additional options for trail with varying levels of difficulty throughout the park. Unique Plants and Wildlife During your visit, learn about the 240 plant species endemic to the island. Enjoy the park’s pure air and some of the best birdwatching on the island. Hopefully, you’ll catch a view of woodpeckers, green mangos, and the Puerto Rican parrot. Beautiful Scenery Want more “wow” during your visit? Drive over to the Yokahú Observation Tower. With an elevation of 1,575 ft, the expansive view is worth the trip. The blue beauty of the ocean in the distance and the vast lush green mountains will have you reaching for your camera. These are some photos that will make your friends on social media jealous. The Puerto Rican flag waves from the top of the Yokahú Observation Tower Walk up the steps of El Yunque's Observation Tower and enjoy the scenic and serene views the rainforest has to offer. The Location Grab your hiking boots and an extra set of clothes (more on that later), and head to the Río Grande area, east of San Juan, via PR-66 to PR-3 and then following PR-191. Traveling to El Yunque from San Juan will take you approximately 45 minutes. If you’re driving, GPS the address to the following destination: El Portal Visitor Center, PR-191 Río Grande, PR 00745 for an exact route. Transportation Tour guides depart from most major hotels in San Juan. It is recommended to reserve a tour with your hotel or tour provider in advance to confirm availability. Alternatively, many visitors decide to rent cars for a day and visit on their own, which is also relatively easy. The drive is less than an hour from San Juan to El Yunque. Operating Hours The forest is available every day (except for Christmas) from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. El Portal Visitors’ Center is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. While the forest has no entrance fee, admission to some of the optional attractions will have a cost of $4 for adults and $2 seniors, with children under 15 years entering for free.
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El Yunque National Forest
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Visit El Yunque National Rainforest Plan a soul-refreshing escape to an enchanted rainforest park. This natural treasure is an excellent destination if you want to be immersed in nature. You can visit for a hike on one of its many trails, bathe in natural pools beneath waterfalls, or just relax and enjoy the scenery. El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest Service and its name is a reference to Yuke, what the indigenous Taíno people defined as "white lands." With an average rainfall of 120 inches a year, El Yunque has a very diverse ecosystem, hosting hundreds of unique plant and animal species, including the island’s famous coquí frog. Explore the lush forest of El Yunque. Explore the lush forest of El Yunque. Things to Do Hikers’ Delight One of the most popular things to do in El Yunque is hiking to one of the natural pools to cool off with a swim. Head over to La Coca trail and hike down to one of several ponds along the route for the perfect way to cool off. For fun in the form of a rope swing, choose El Angelito trail, where a 4km hike can end with a dive into its lagoon. There are plenty of additional options for trail with varying levels of difficulty throughout the park. Unique Plants and Wildlife During your visit, learn about the 240 plant species endemic to the island. Enjoy the park’s pure air and some of the best birdwatching on the island. Hopefully, you’ll catch a view of woodpeckers, green mangos, and the Puerto Rican parrot. Beautiful Scenery Want more “wow” during your visit? Drive over to the Yokahú Observation Tower. With an elevation of 1,575 ft, the expansive view is worth the trip. The blue beauty of the ocean in the distance and the vast lush green mountains will have you reaching for your camera. These are some photos that will make your friends on social media jealous. The Puerto Rican flag waves from the top of the Yokahú Observation Tower Walk up the steps of El Yunque's Observation Tower and enjoy the scenic and serene views the rainforest has to offer. The Location Grab your hiking boots and an extra set of clothes (more on that later), and head to the Río Grande area, east of San Juan, via PR-66 to PR-3 and then following PR-191. Traveling to El Yunque from San Juan will take you approximately 45 minutes. If you’re driving, GPS the address to the following destination: El Portal Visitor Center, PR-191 Río Grande, PR 00745 for an exact route. Transportation Tour guides depart from most major hotels in San Juan. It is recommended to reserve a tour with your hotel or tour provider in advance to confirm availability. Alternatively, many visitors decide to rent cars for a day and visit on their own, which is also relatively easy. The drive is less than an hour from San Juan to El Yunque. Operating Hours The forest is available every day (except for Christmas) from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. El Portal Visitors’ Center is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. While the forest has no entrance fee, admission to some of the optional attractions will have a cost of $4 for adults and $2 seniors, with children under 15 years entering for free.
Take a night kayaking tour from Las Croabas, through the mangrove channels of Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve to Laguna Grande. Here you can find the billions of microscopic plankton that live in the water and light up at the touch of your hand to create a beautiful, iridescent glow in the water. Learn about this natural phenomenon and its fragile ecosystem from your informative guide as you paddle through the lagoon.
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BioBay Fajardo
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Take a night kayaking tour from Las Croabas, through the mangrove channels of Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve to Laguna Grande. Here you can find the billions of microscopic plankton that live in the water and light up at the touch of your hand to create a beautiful, iridescent glow in the water. Learn about this natural phenomenon and its fragile ecosystem from your informative guide as you paddle through the lagoon.
Food Tours
Flavors of San Juan Food and Culture Tours® knows the island is so much more than its beaches and invites visitors to live like locals and explore this island's history and culture through your tastebuds. Flavors of San Juan Food and Culture Tours® is Puerto Rico's highest quality and best rated culinary and cultural tourism company, founded in 2009. We are professionally certified by Food Tour Pros, The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association, Puerto Rico Hotel & Tourism Association and the Puerto Rico Tourism Company, and are members of and advisors to the Global Food Tourism Association. Trust you are with the pros. As the official food tour company of Puerto Rico our challenge is to get you to see past those quesadillas and steaks on the restaurant menu and dive into the local cuisine of San Juan. We want to be there when you first taste the crunch of “tostones” and see you smile after a single origin Puerto Rican “cafe con leche” from beans grown in the mountains of Yauco. So many surprises await! We’re passionate about connecting people with local food makers, creating bonds through breaking bread and making the fun nooks and crannies of San Juan your neighborhood, too. Come with us where we take pride in eating locally. We’re excited for you to join us here in San Juan and see what all the buzz is about! (we’ve been featured on CNN, the BBC, USA Today, and many others!) Eat Well, Be Inspired® is our motto, which we think everyone who loves to travel, explore and eat well can share and identify with. (787) 964-2447 info@flavorsofsanjuan.com
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Viejo San Juan
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Flavors of San Juan Food and Culture Tours® knows the island is so much more than its beaches and invites visitors to live like locals and explore this island's history and culture through your tastebuds. Flavors of San Juan Food and Culture Tours® is Puerto Rico's highest quality and best rated culinary and cultural tourism company, founded in 2009. We are professionally certified by Food Tour Pros, The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association, Puerto Rico Hotel & Tourism Association and the Puerto Rico Tourism Company, and are members of and advisors to the Global Food Tourism Association. Trust you are with the pros. As the official food tour company of Puerto Rico our challenge is to get you to see past those quesadillas and steaks on the restaurant menu and dive into the local cuisine of San Juan. We want to be there when you first taste the crunch of “tostones” and see you smile after a single origin Puerto Rican “cafe con leche” from beans grown in the mountains of Yauco. So many surprises await! We’re passionate about connecting people with local food makers, creating bonds through breaking bread and making the fun nooks and crannies of San Juan your neighborhood, too. Come with us where we take pride in eating locally. We’re excited for you to join us here in San Juan and see what all the buzz is about! (we’ve been featured on CNN, the BBC, USA Today, and many others!) Eat Well, Be Inspired® is our motto, which we think everyone who loves to travel, explore and eat well can share and identify with. (787) 964-2447 info@flavorsofsanjuan.com