Let's Go West Puerto Rico

Let's Go West


12-13 hours


Explore the historical site of the Guajataca railroad tunnel along with its secluded secret beach spot, followed by a short pitstop at the Cara del Indio monument of Isabela. From there we venture to the popular Crash Boat beach of Aguadilla and visit the historical downtown area for some local tapas and cocktails while discovering the classic west coast culture. Finally, we head down to the most western town of the island, Rincon. There we see Punta Las Higuera lighthouse right next to an old nuclear power plant, and Domes beach along with a few other local favorites. We end up right in time to experience a unique sunset in all its prestige and essence in the west.


Roundtrip transportation, bottles of water, light snacks, and lunch stop (Drinks and food not included).

P.R. Law Regulations

Car Seat Laws in Puerto Rico require that children under the age of 4 years traveling on public highways must be in a protective car seat (exempt handicapped or incapacitated children). Infants and children age 4 to 9 or under 57 inches must be in a booster seat that meets federal motor vehicle safety standards appropriate for the child's weight and height. Children age 9 and older or over 57 inches must be using a seat belt properly. The driver is responsible for compliance with provision and subject to penalty for failure to comply. Children under age 12 must be in the rear seat of a vehicle, if possible. [Child safety seats or booster seats are not available or provided by West Side Destination LLC. at the present time. Adult parents (legal guardians) are responsible to acquire child safety seat(s) or booster seat(s) prior to starting the activity.]

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Activity Types:
Tours & Guides
Classes & Lessons
Duration: 12-13 hours
Listing created Jan 17, 2024

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