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Barefoot Travelers Rooms

Barefoot Travelers offers exclusive nature adventures in Puerto Rico. Join us for a fun kayak tour to Monkey Island and enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the Caribbean Sea.

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Sarah McDonald said 4 years ago
We went on a tour with them to monkey island. We had a complete blast. It was from 9 - 12, so for about 2.5-3 hours, WELL worth the money. We saw the monkeys, which they were very knowledgeable about the island. Then we went snorkeling around the remains of the sunken ship, saw an octopus, lion fish, queen angel fish, blow/puffer fish and Keisha had an awesome eye to see and what to look for. HIGHLY recommend them. They were amazing.
Georgia Burman said 4 years ago
We took Keisha and Bob's kayak tour of monkey island. Since we were traveling with our six year old and 3 year old, we booked a private tour, so that we could shorten the trip, if the kids needed a break. Keisha and Bob met us on the beach, had an extra pair of water shoes for my husband (who forgot his), cold water for the trips and wet bags for our snacks and phones. Bob gave us a helpful Kayaking 101 lesson, and we set off for the island. Our 6 year old LOVED the experience Keisha engaged the kids with lots of information about the monkeys and the researchers who work with the monkeys on the island. We are very satisfied with our trip and commend Keisha and Bob for their great customer service and their respect for the monkeys on the island. We saw 50+ monkeys and it was such a treat to see mothers with their little babies! We also saw 2 giant iguanas sunning themselves in a tree, pelicans, giant starfish, and a ton of fish. Such fun! So glad we did the kayaking tour of Monkey Island - totally worth it and really made our vacation. Things to bring: water shoes, sunglasses, rashguard (for sun protection), sunscreen, hats. There's no shade on the trip - since you are on the water the whole time - so make sure you are prepared!
Megan Fehrenbacher said 4 years ago
Thank you do much Keisha for the amazing Monkey Island excursion! All four of us haven't stopped looking at the pictures and reliving the incredible experience you treated us to!! Thank you for your great service, amazing information throughout the tour and especially the sand map to the shell beach!! Best excursion!!
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