Discover the best top things to do in Isabela, Puerto Rico including Tropical Trail Rides - Isabela, Gozalandia Waterfall, Tunel de Guajataca, Survival Beach, Jobos Beach, El Merendero de Guajataca, Crashboat Beach, Guajataca Forest Reserve, Pozo de Jacinto, The Old Aguadilla Lighthouse Ruins.
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4.5 based on 340 reviews
Omg where do I even start. These people at TTR are just wonderful human beings. I was trying to orchestrate and put together a proposal sometime during this ride while on the beach. Let me just say “I couldn’t of done it without them”. From ownership to tour guide these people were wonderful. Special thanks to Elizabeth, Michelle and Albert. I would DEFINITELY recommend this place to anyone looking for a good time. Oh and let’s not forget to shout out those well trained and kept horses. THEY ARE WONDERFUL!!! These pics are just a few of the MANY that we have. ❤️
4.5 based on 243 reviews
This is an amazing little gem hidden deep inside the forest. Make sure you ask around because it can be tricky to find it. Bring your swim suit!
4 based on 140 reviews
Built in 1911 for sugarcane trains. The western end of the tunnel connects to the Playa El Pastillo.
My husband and I spent several hours at the tunel and beach this morning. We saw a large iguana, and several small salimanders. Walked along the beach, and searched out little creatures (blue crab, urchins, fish) in the tide pools.
5 based on 62 reviews
Located in Aguadilla is a natural heaven. A nice walk of 30 min on trails adorned with tropical forest. The pathway take you to different parts of the beach of warm water and exuberant beauty.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
This beach on the northwest coast offers an interesting combination of mild waters, perfect for families with children, and rough water perfect for surfers, plus opportunities for fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, wind Surfing and canoeing.
Such a beautiful place! Filled with local families and surfers. There's a friendly bar, but they didn't have power after the hurricane so they closed early when I visited. Bring a snorkel mask, there's plenty to see.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Well this place had the perfect and amazing Atlantic Ocean view in my personal opinion ,in addition you should had picnic party or walking around the area that is quiet ,clean and beautiful and perfect for tourism .The place had two good seafood restaurants very near and you should walk cross the street , also is in Road number 2 in route to Aguadilla / Mayaguez area and many visitors from all island visited this place every day.
4.5 based on 967 reviews
The beach in general is in perfect state to bathe, to visit and to have great time with friends and family. Although its main building food kiosk is gone, the fishermen rehabilitated another part in the parking lot and are selling various type of fresh fish during the day. They are going to sell local fritters, and refreshments. So, Crash Boat beach is ready to welcome new visitors to enjoy!!!
4.5 based on 69 reviews
I like expolring different places and this one I really liked. I went on a Saturday, got there at 8:30 in the morning and there were troops of boy scouts arriving but that really wasn't a problem. They have different paths that you can take but I only did two which I'm going to review next.
Path to the cave (Cueva de los Vientos): it took us appox 2hrs there and back. This was making stops for pics and exploring the cave. It also was very muddy cause it had rained the day before. So my advice will be to wear good shoes and take a raincoat just in case. The cave is breathtaking, you need to be careful with the stairs to acces the cave and you will need a good flaslight if you want to explore; it is very dark inside. They are lots of bats in the cave but surprisely I didn't see no guano.
Path to the observation tower: it took us 10min to get there once we reached the sign. The path is uphill and a bit challenging. Once you reach the tower you get a good view of all the forest and the breeze is very nice.
I did not go to the information center because I did my research online and also downloaded a map but they are signs everywhere so it's very easy to explore.
Tip: Take lots of water and also some snacks cause there is no where to get anything once you get to the forest.
When you reach the road that takes you to the forest keep in mind that is very narrow and has a lot of curves and people from the area drive like they own the streets.
All in all I would definetly visit again.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
The ocean againt the stone is a beautiful scenary of the nature. Located in Jobos beach, famous for surfers. Don't be close to the border.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Easy to access by car... and TOTALLY worth it! You will be able to take really awesome pictures! While at it also stop by Borinquen Beach to see these ruins from the other side.
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