2413 Calle Laurel, San Juan, 00913, Puerto Rico
2413 Calle Laurel San Juan PR
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Erin B said 5 years ago
Amazing time! We were pick up at our hotel and taken to the docks where we met Captain Tito and his crew. They were a very knowledgeable and lively bunch. Sandwich, salad and fruit for lunch. Drinks of all kinds. Snorkeling was incredible! Wouldn't go anywhere else. These guys are on point.
ERivera said 5 years ago
Great experience and the crew was just very joyful and fun...Capt. Tito is too funny...the places were great despite the rain...with all the competition that they have Barefoot IV was the liveliest crew of all...great music...amazing food and drinks...just overall fun...def book a snorkeling tour with Castillo Tours...
A Google User said 10 years ago
We did a full day snorkeling out of Fajardo and LOVED IT! They picked us up at our hotel and we spent a beautiful day on the boat and snorkeling with an open bar and sandwich lunch. Fun and safe for first time snorkelers. If you are an expert and are looking for the best reefs in PR, I doubt this would be for you but for people just looking to get out on the water and experience snorkeling this is a great choice!
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