Zipline, Tubing, Kayaking, Paddling, Caving, Hiking, Rappelling, Custom and Private Adventures in Puerto Rico

At Acampa, we offer unique tours that emphasize on recreation, education and preservation of our beautiful Island. You will have the opportunity to see and learn about Puerto Rico's natural flora and fauna, history and culture.




We provide coordination of special events including, hiking tours, camping, rappelling, caving, bush walking, canoeing, waterfalls and rivers. Let us know and we will be happy to co-ordinate a special adventure based on your group needs.

Dates Available
Mondays for classic advenutre

Price: $175 tax included
(adventure price $164+ %7tax=$175)

Adventure Includes:
+ Transportation from your hotel (San Juan area)
+ Acampa Charter Boat
+ Use of technical equipment (kayak, paddle, lifejacket and drybag)
+ Premium Coffee with local bread
+ Homemade Puertorican BBQ Lunch
+ Fresh Fruit
+ Kayaking
+ Hiking, Old Spanish Lighthouse
+ Explore Capt. Almeida's Cave
+ A Complete Beach Nature Adventure !
+ Private Pristine Island Reserve
+ Blue Flag Beach !!!!
+ Excellent Personalized Service

Duration: Full-Day Adventure
AM session (7am-6:00pm)

*for custom, private, groups and corporate- contact us

Isla Caja de Muerto is the biggest island jewel in the Caribbean Sea, located 6 miles off the southern coast of PR. It is almost 3 km long and 2 km wide, with over 400 acres of semiarid desert type flora and fauna. It has a hot environment with temperatures in the high 90’s and low 100’s despite a Caribbean Sea breeze. It is abundant with marine life, such as dolphins, turtles, manatees, tropical fish, and coral reefs.

The topography of the island is a combination of white sand beaches, incredible limestone cliffs, and multiple caves, with its highest point reaching 300 feet above sea level.

Caja de Muerto was first inhabited by indigenous cultures, then by pirates, corsairs, prisoner sailors, and the Spanish regime. Since 1981, after centuries of history, it is one of Puerto Rico’s Natural Reserves.

This is an Acampa Nature Adventures unique and exclusive experience. It begins at La Guancha in Ponce, where you will be welcomed and transferred into a private charter boat. Fresh, hot Puerto Rican coffee with local bread and fruit juices will be awaiting you. The boat ride is about 40 minutes at sea.

Ready to take a plunge? Kayaks wait at open sea! We will jump off the boat and paddle our way towards the northwest coast of the island, kayaking west along diverse coastlines and pristine beaches, and enjoying the marine life in the shallow clear waters. The kayaks will be left at shore upon reaching the first checkpoint, where we will then gear up and hike to the highest peak of the island on a trail through the green cactus forest.

At the top there is an 1887 Spanish lighthouse with one of the best panoramic views of PR. We will relax for a few minutes and enjoy fresh fruits before we get ready to explore Capt. Almeida’s cave, named after one of the most famous corsairs of the south coast.

After exploring the cave and hiking down, we will kayak west on the coast for a longer paddle towards our next destination, Pelicano Beach, where a typical Puerto Rican BBQ beach lunch awaits. Savor the best "pinchos," "tostones," and local "arroz con gandules." You will then have the option to enjoy and explore Pelicano Beach, lie in a hammock, cool off, swim, or just relax on the beach.

This nature adventure integrates a full range of multiple elements and activities in one very special day. The boat ride back has an incredible panoramic view of the highest mountains of the Cordillera Central and the south coast of PR.

The level of difficulty of this adventure is moderate-difficult. The adventure is designed for inexperienced kayakers. It is a plus if participants have swimming and kayaking experience.

***Ask for our Corporate Team Building Adventure Programs.