Our services are private & personalized, emphasizing the arts, cuisine, people, landscape, and traditions. We strive to maintain the highest standards in touristic & corporate ground transportation and tours. From a personal greeting at the airport, efficient in-city travel, and luxury day journeys to elegant evenings, we are sensitive to the needs of busy professionals and families. It is our job to see & do as much as possible so that we can share valuable information which results in lasting memories.
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Join us for an easygoing, private, educational, and exciting five (5) hour guided driving and walking tour of the 16th century colonial and once completely walled city of Old San Juan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the San Juan Bay area including the Bacardi Rum Distillery across the bay in Cataño, where you will visit the world’s largest distillery of rum and experience the culture & history of the rum making process and sample the different products available.
A five hour driving & walking tour with short stops to hike along the boardwalk nature trail bordering the Atlantic Ocean coastline and beach areas northeast of the LMM International Airport area over the “Boca de Cangrejos” bridge within the Piñones State Mangrove Forest ecosystem.
Join us for a panoramic drive about an hour south of the metropolitan area to the mountain countryside. After the short hike in the adjacent Carite State Forest, you will visit a “Lechonera” in the Guavate Village area, well known for roasted sucking pig on a BBQ rotating spit as featured on the Travel Channel and Food Network.
Join us for a panoramic drive about one & a half hours south of the metropolitan area over the central Cordillera Mountain range to the leeward, dry side of the island. From indigenous culture museum, to a colonial era mountain coffee mill plantation to the downtown area of the second oldest city with stops and admission included into the Downtown Ponce plaza & Firestation, Market house, and Museum of History of Ponce ending with a view of Caja de Muerto, the Caribbean Sea at the La Guancha Boardwalk and Ponce Nautical Club.