Discover the innate beauty of some of Puerto Rico's natural wonders through tours, hikes and excursions as well as historic landmarks and activities located close to Las Casitas Village.
See Las Casitas Village through the lens of early settlers. Rich with history, this resort offers sightseeing opportunities for historians and nature lovers.
Discover historic forts and parks, national rain forests and underground cave systems. Explore the hidden passages of El Morro Fort and Fort San Cristόbal, both national historic sites of San Juan, by walking lawns once occupied by soldiers.
Take a scuba diving or snorkeling excursion and appreciate the hidden treasures of the sea. Experience forts and monuments in their primitive state.
Vacation at Las Casitas Village, and be guided on a historic journey.
See some of nature’s most beautiful creations from phosphorescent bays to national rain forests when visiting Las Casitas, a resort close to local attractions and historic sites.
Discover Puerto Rico’s history while visiting local attractions close to Las Casitas Village.
Kayak through Bioluminescent Bay, a tropical phosphorescent bay, and watch it light up at night.
View the natural beauty of the El Yunque National Rain Forest. Named after the Indian Spirit Yuqui Yu, El Yunque is the only rainforest in the U.S. National Rain Forest System.
See the Arecibo Radio Telescope, a dish that detects sounds emitted by the farthest stars, located in Arecibo. The Arecibo Radio Telescope is the home base for NASA’s SETI, the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence, and provides the technology for the discovery of planets outside of the solar system.
Discover the Rio Camuy Cave Park, an underground cave system with an underground tropical river running through it, located in Camuy.
Tour the Bacardi Rum Distillery, the largest distillery in the world, and visit the “Cathedral of Rum” to see fermentation vats and high-speed bottling machinery. Learn Bacardi Rum history by visiting the family museum. Sample rum and buy merchandise at the gift shop.
Step inside the Las Cabezas de San Juan Lighthouse to find exhibits related to the lighthouse’s history and wildlife. The lighthouse, which was officially lit in 1882, features a cast-iron staircase that ascends to the central lantern and stunning views from the observation deck.
The Bioluminescent Bay: Experience kayaking through a tropical phosphorescent bay. Trip advisors prefer Laguna Grande in the Cabezas Nature Reserve of Fajardo, the east region of Puerto Rico.
The El Yunque National Rain Forest: El Yunque offers hiking trails, waterfall pools, picnic facilities, and the 'El Portal' exhibit hall. For more information or to schedule a tour, contact the Tour and Travel Desk at (787) 863-1000.
Las Cabezas de San Juan Lighthouse: Officially lit on 2 May 1882, to this day, the lighthouse has operated uninterrupted.
The Bacardi Rum Distillery: Visit the largest distillery in the world.
Arecibo Observatory: Visit Arecibo Observatory from noon to 4 pm Wednesday through Friday and 9 am to 4 pm Weekends and most holidays.
Camuy River Cave Park: Discover Camuy River Cave Park, open 8:30 a.m. to 4p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. The last tour departs at 3:30 p.m., or when daily capacity is reached. For more information, call (787) 898-3100.