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
Monday - Friday

PRICE $77.50pp X(11.5%TAX)= $89 PP


*for cruise groups*
-please contact us

Maximum weight 230lbs
(min age 10)
Tour Includes:
Puertorican Lunch :)
(San Juan- Touristic zone)
Park Fee
Rainforest Guided Hiking
Take a dip in a waterfall (optional)
Excellent Personalized Service
Small Groups

Duration: 1/2 Day Tour
regular session (7:30am-1:30pm)

What to Bring: Daypack, water, camera, snacks, close-toed shoes that can get wet (old sneakers are best), comfortable hiking clothes that can get wet (a bathing suit underneath is not a bad idea), a towel and change of dry clothes to leave in the van. Optional - we recommend to bring a wind breaker, poncho or rainjacket.


This Yunque Rainforest Hiking Eco Guided Tour is the best way to hike & explore El Yunque. This guided hiking tour is a personal and educational active experience. Different from the rest, Acampa always offers truly interpretative guides with vast knowledge in natural history education, medicinal and toxic plant identification, geology, ecology, pre-colombian history, Island’s history, flora and fauna and many others subjects like survival tips are always covered in each tour. Discover the wonders of El Yunque Rainforest with our experienced guides. Nominated as one of the Seven Wonders of the world, this tropical rain forest was first set aside for protection by the Kingdom of Spain in 1876, making it one of the first natural reserves in the Western Hemisphere.

Currently managed by the United States Forest Service, the Forest counts with over 28,000 contiguous acres within the Sierra de Luquillo. With peaks, escarpments, myriad streams and waterfalls, and a lush green vegetation representing various forest types, the National Forest is truly a biodiversity paradise.

It is also a naturalist’s delight, with a diverse native flora and fauna which includes many species found nowhere else on the planet. Its overall biodiversity is impressive : 225 native trees species, hundreds of ferns, bromelias, orchids, over 500 species of fungi, 16 amphibians species, 20 reptile species, 11 species of bats, and 68 species of birds, including rare endemics such as the endangered Puerto Rican parrot “Iguaca”. Other less conspicuous yet ecologically invaluable inhabitants are fungi and invertebrates, of which there are also many endemics.

Due to the region’s topography and constant rainfall (200 inches per year), the forest boasts four distinct vegetation zones: Tabonuco forest, Palo Colorado forest, Sierra Palm forest, and Cloud or Dwarf forest.

During the Hiking Eco Guided Tour you will hike and explore through the different zones of El Yunque rainforest. The experience begins with a visit to one magestic observation tower. The view is a breathtaking panoramic 360 degree of the rainforest and the Atlantic Ocean with some of the spanish and US virgin Islands. From here we start our interpretation hike. During the hike the tour continues to a set of picture perfect waterfalls that are inside the forest through a hike in a single track trail. Always along the way the guide will be pointing out different plant species from medicinal to toxic and many more. In this pristine location you will have the time get in the clear clean waters and feel the vibe of "El Yunque".

After this water element experience will go higher into another location for a interpretative hike between the second and third zone of the rainforest. Another part of the forest where bromelias, orchids and mountain palms dominated the zone.

After the hike will stop for lunch at a local restaurant with great service and good local classic puertorican food. The lunch is included.

This eco-guided tour gives you a full flavor of "El Yunque" Rainforest and appreciate why is nominated for the new seven wonders of the world.

Common Coqui

Positive Vibrations !

Heliconia & Snail in the rainforest