Snorkeling in Rincon or La Paguera, Puerto Rico is one of the best ways for the entire family to experience the ocean in a safe, fun environment. The West coast of Puerto Rico is lined with beautiful reef near the shore which provides an ideal environment for exploring. Snorkelers frequently spot sea turtles, eels, squid, coral formations, sea anemones, sea fans and hundreds of varieties of tropical fish. Book any one of our wide variety of snorkel trips in Puerto Rico for a unique and different snorkeling experience than you’ll get anywhere else. Explore the warm Caribbean waters on a family friendly boat trip or kick it up a notch with a jet ski and snorkel tour around the Southwest coast.
Paddle your way along Puerto Rico’s Kayaking and Snorkeling mecca; the world famous crystal clear waters, and white sand coastlines of Culebra Island.
Start off this magnificent journey at unspoiled Tamarindo Beach located on the west coast of Culebra. Following complete pre ride instructions; join your KPR guides as you paddle over the calm, turtle frequented waters of the Luis Pena Marine Reserve. Along the way, enjoy the breathtaking views of Culebra’s deserted cays, and the vast marine fauna.
Concluding the 30-minute paddle across the Marine Reserve, get ready to explore the underwater world as you jump out of your kayaks to discover some of the most amazing marine life in the Caribbean! Join your KPR eco guides as you swim among schools of colorful tropical fish and vibrant coral formations!
Immediately after the fully guided snorkeling, it is time to grab your paddles once again and experience kayaking along the reserve’s craggy shoreline, towering over the coral gardens below.
Your KPR guides will then lead the small group to a completely secluded, world class – white sand beach, located on the north coast of the reserve for an unrushed break complimented by light snacks and cold refreshments. At the beach enjoy as our eco guides open your eyes to Culebra’s fascinating history and untouched ecosystems in a unique, intimate, small group setting. A second, fully guided snorkeling session off the beach will then take place at a spectacular coral reef; before heading back to Tamarindo Beach.
For those coming from mainland, Puerto Rico…this excursion is ALL INCLUSIVE! Click Book Now button for more details. Getting to the most exciting kayaking and snorkeling grounds in Puerto Rico takes a little work! But KPR has made it easier for you. Just follow our driving instructions to the Ferry Dock in Fajardo. There you will be greeted by a KPR guide with your Ferry Tickets* and Transfer Voucher to Tamarindo Bay in Culebra Island. We’ll be waiting for you!
Round trip Ferry Ride operated by the PRMTA [For guests coming from mainland Puerto Rico]
Round trip land transfer from Culebra ferry dock to Tamarindo Bay launch site [For guests coming from mainland Puerto Rico]
A stop at World Famous Flamenco Beach [For guests coming from mainland Puerto Rico]
• Two snorkeling sessions.
• All Kayaking and Snorkeling Equipment
• Fully Guided Service
• Ecological Interpretation
• Fruits, Light Snacks, Water and Refreshments served.
• Complementary Digital Photo Album of Your Experience
This is your chance to enjoy some of the best snorkeling in Puerto Rico. This is a 2.5 hour Parguera snorkeling trip that is lead by a PADI professional. We’ll take you to the best reef in La Parguera, where you can snorkel in calm, shallow waters and enjoy the best marine life, fish, marine mammals and coral formations in the area. Your guide will make efforts to find starfish, sea cucumbers and other interactive fish life. This is a great Puerto Rico snorkeling tour for any level swimmer or snorkeler. La Parguera bay and coral reefs are home to a beautiful eco-system full of marine life. This is a great snorkeling trip for any level snorkeler. Flotation devices are available upon request.
Tour Times: 9 am & 12 pm
Tour Duration: 2.5 hours (Starting from Dec 1st, 2 hours)
Tour Cost: $60.00 per person
Snorkel gear, mask and fins included. Sandwiches and soft drinks included. Minimum 4 snorkelers required.