Pier right next to El Karacol, La Parguera, Calle Ángel Luis López, Lajas, PR, Lajas 00667, Puerto Rico

Boat Tour Agency, Boat Rental Service

787-899-5891

Open Hours

Monday 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM

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Susan Bittner said 4 years ago
We came from Nebraska to visit family. My fiancé and I rented a small boat for four hours, we had such a great time we called Walter from the boat and extended our rental for 2 hours! This was an amazing experience, were else can you take off by yourself and feel safe! We saw small colorful fish and the mangroves were amazing...,One of our best experiences from PR! #makingmemories
Sadia ساديه said 4 years ago
The "Glass bottom" is actually 4 tall boxes in the floor that everyone squeezes around to get a view under the boat. For the money, the ride was nice but not what we expected once aboard as far as seeing underwater. It was very difficult once all passengers tried to get a view. Ride the top level and enjoy the stars instead.
张清洋 said 4 years ago
Wanderful experience with moderate price. I have been to puerto rico twice, this is the place where you can experience the true beauty of the nature of the PR and a slight glimpse of local lifestyle.
Tamidy Rivera said 5 years ago
I took a friend of mine to this place because I live on the west coast and she wanted to see the Bioluminescent waters. Last time I took this boat ride was about 10 years ago and I am extremely disappointed. First we were charged $10.00 pp for the ride, which we never understood the name because the bottom of the boat is not clear or of glass. Second we finally get to the bay and there was nothing to see. I mean NOTHING TO SEE. I was wondering what had happened because last time I went it was very clear to see the change in the water, but this time all you saw was a glimmer of gray light and only when the "swimmer" was close to you. I truly believe that the islanders have ruined the experience for everyone and that the pollution that they have caused as damaged the life within these water. Never go again it is not worth it. I would rather go to the ones in Vieques or Fajardo.
Jeff Burkhart said 4 years ago
awesome! quick and easy place to get a boat to drive around and check out the mangroves

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