We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
A bioluminescent lagoon, mangroves, coral reefs, dry forests, sandy and rocky beaches set between headlands—visit all these ecosystems in one place, the Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve, in Fajardo. You’ll find one of our most frequented visitor...more
All reviews the reserve light house rocky beach night tour light pollution dry forest english speaking guide make reservations ceiba tree bio bay walking tour mangrove swamp tour guide great tour visitor center ahead of time two hours
Been here several times. Nice property. You can experience the different tropical-costal environments. The lighthouse is a plus. Love the great views. The tours are well organized. Need to book in advance.
I went to an activity in the lighthouse to see the moons and stars and get an orientation about the galaxy, etc and also did a tour, they give us a great customer service and was really interest to see it at night, the amazing...More
We had Antonio as our English speaking guide. He was extremely attentive and knowledgeable. He explained the various ecological systems and showed us examples of botany and animals. The views were spectacular. Highly recommended to
I drove almost an hour, because on their web page and here on Trip Advisor said was open today. And when we got at the gate they just told us they were close today. They are open only Tuesday-Saturday! Im very disappointed!
I took the nature tour (14 Feb 2018), and it was well worth the money ($13 senior). The gates opened at 1:30. The tour started at 2 pm.
We took a walk on a boardwalk, over a mangrove swamp. Got to see mangroves (with their...More
I had to say i had low expectations about this tour, thinking is was only to see the Lighthouse. I was mistaken, we met other places, took a walk and take nice shots around the BioBay. The museum was very nice and you can touch...More
This is a beautiful reserve where guided tours are offered. Make and pay your reservation online. Tours are offered in English and in Spanish, make sure to select the right language!
The tours are fully guided and a lot of explanation is offered. The old...More
We decided on the night tour as an alternative to see the bioluminescence in the lagoon, since our group had young children and kayaking was not an option. I We picked a moonless night hoping for a better chance to see the bioluminescence. Our first...More
Response from MelissaPLN | Property representative |
Hi, Robin. Yes, there are set hours to visit Cabezas de San Juan. Please visit Para la Naturaleza's website for more information on how to book a tour and visit the nature reserve. There are tours in Spanish and English... More
Hi, Robin. Yes, there are set hours to visit Cabezas de San Juan. Please visit Para la Naturaleza's website for more information on how to book a tour and visit the nature reserve. There are tours in Spanish and English, during the mornings, afternoons and some nights.
I found the website confusing as well! I ended up calling them to make our reservations. I'm not sure just how far out you are able to book. When I called they were about 10 days out on reservations, for the English speaking... More
I found the website confusing as well! I ended up calling them to make our reservations. I'm not sure just how far out you are able to book. When I called they were about 10 days out on reservations, for the English speaking tour anyway. If you know Spanish, I don't think the wait was as long. Hope this helps you?!