Outdoor Activities


Tucked away on a former coconut plantation, between the El Yunque National Forest and Expíritu Santo River State Reserve, The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort is a pristine hideaway in Puerto Rico.

Beach Landscape View

Activities


Dedicated to providing a bespoke experience, our 24-hour Concierge and St. Regis Butler Service™ are available to make tour recommendations and see to all arrangements.

Bioluminescent Bay Kayaking Tour
An adventure not to be missed while in Puerto Rico. Join this fully guided night trip into one of the most amazing natural phenomenon of the world. Paddle your way through the mystical mangrove channels leading to “Laguna Grande.” There, you will meet our glowing friends, microscopic plankton capable of producing natural light at the touch of your hand. Explore these amazing organisms up close as our professional eco guides take you to discover all its secrets. Learn how this fragile and unique ecosystem maintains a perfect balance of life, and what you can do to protect such a special place.

Bio bay kayak tours include interesting interpretations about the reserve fragile ecology, star constellations, and a fascinating encounter with billions of bioluminescent organisms. Watch how every stroke of your paddle leaves behind a glowing swirl of blue light, and fish light up their path like shooting stars in the water. The adventure to Laguna Grande can only be described as magical, creating memories that will last a lifetime.
El Yunque Tour
The east of Puerto Rico offers the only subtropical rainforest in the United States Forest Service. With its waterfalls, hiking trails, and panoramic vistas, the forest system is a nature lover’s wonderland, and offers tourists a variety of activities ranging from a leisurely hike to extreme adventuring.

There’s no other place like it in Puerto Rico. In fact, there’s no other place like it in the entire United States. Under its trees, you’ll find a unique ecosystem that has enchanted its visitors for centuries. There are plenty of reasons why it was a contender for the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Its 28,000 acres are crisscrossed with hiking trails that will take you on a mind-blowing journey.
Manatees Center
The Manatee Conservation Center of the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico receives visits from groups of students, tourists and the general public interested in conservation efforts in favor of manatees.

The visits include a small orientation in our research and rehabilitation laboratories to see first-hand the work of the Center to help safeguard this species from extinction in the style of a "behind the scenes" tour guided by our technicians and volunteers. The visits also include teaching material on the conservation of this species that complements what was experienced during the visit.

Visits for the general public and tourists.

This hour and a half visits have the endorsement of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. Visiting hours are in four blocks available:

9:00 am
10:30 am
1:00 pm
3:00 pm
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