200 Avenida Marina View, Fajardo, 00738, Puerto Rico
200 Avenida Marina View Fajardo PR
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What to do in Puerto Rico, Catamaran Kayak Bio Bay Tours Trips Excursions
Puerto Rican Tour Company offering exciting Bio Bay or Bioluminescent Kayaking and Sailing Catamaran and Rainforest adventure tours in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
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Morgan Volker said 5 years ago
We took the traveler out to Icacos and spent 930am-330pm out on the boat! They stopped and allowed us to swim and hang out on a gorgeous white sand clear water beach with a little snorkeling, then we had lunch and drinks (built into the price! The lunch was especially amazing, the drinks were weak at first but the bartender I think realized it and made them super strong!) then went to a deeper ocean area for more hardcore snorkeling. This boat trip was amazing, the crew was fantastic, couldn't have asked for a better experience!
Kristina Riley said 6 years ago
The best day snorkeling trip ever!!!!! Everyone was so nice and helpful took our 2year old and 5 year old. Miss Carolyn took my daughter out with her. My daughter 5 was snorkeling all by herself it was amazing!!! We'll be back again
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