Adventure Tours and Excursions in Puerto Rico

Four Track / ATV Tropical Trail Tour in Puerto Rico

An exciting ATV 4-Track adventure located just a few minutes from San Juan, and yet it feels like worlds away. Explore caves, fields and forests, traversing hills and wetlands. Tons of FUN!

Tour Description

Upon arriving at the 2,200 acre “ranch”, guests are greeted by professionally trained guides who will explain the (very easy) safe operation of the ATV’s. Helmets are fitted and all drivers will take a test drive to make sure that all is well. Then it’s “Thumbs Up!” and off you go!

The tour begins by circumventing a lake watching out for water birds, caimans and iguanas. Then we head out across some fields. Here it can get interesting with mud holes and standing water – but that’s what makes it extra fun! The trails go through the ranch, up and down the hills and through the forest. You’ll see great views of the rainforest mountains (in the distance).

During the trip your guide will stop in a few places to describe the local area, wildlife, and nature/plants that you’ll see along the way.

During the tour, your guide will provide some history of the area and of the pre-Columbian people (Taino indians) who lived there. And best of all, you’ll see ancient Taino Petroglyphs!

At a Glance

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2 hours (approx. - does not include travel time)
Available Dates:
Monday-to-Sunday (Minimum of 6 passengers required)
Skill Level:
Drivers must be 16 years old and in possession of a valid driver license. Riders have to be at least 12 years old. Drivers and riders can switch roles (ages permitting) during mid-tour.​

Groups of 10 or more Guests

For more information, please call us at 787-536-5666

What to Bring

Valid Driver’s License
Must have Valid Credit Card - To Sign Liability Waiver Form

Long pants, closed toe shoes, an extra pair of clothes to change into after the ride, sunglasses, sun block, and bug repellant.

Each ATV has storage space for purses and stuff, and a small waterproof compartment for cameras or cell phones that you may want to use during the tour.