One of Top Puerto Rico Hostels Offers Hidden Beach & Rain Forest Tours

Fajardo, Puerto Rico (May 21, 2013) – Moonlight Bay Hostel, one of the most preferred Puerto Rico hostels, is offering hidden beach and rain forest tours for guests to discover unique destinations within the island. By taking advantage of the offer, visitors and tourists can enjoy remote scenery in their own private getaway.

Because of the popularity of the island, the beaches are typically overrun by tourists lounging on the sand and playing both beach and water sports. The Hidden Beach and Snorkeling Tour is ideal for tourists who wish to savor the beach and escape from the crowd. The package enables guests to make the most of the sand and the sea by providing a place to get a tan and view the corals and fishes. The tour is regularly scheduled every Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 11AM – 5PM.

For the more adventurous type, Moonlight Bay Hostel offers the El Yunque National Rain Forest Tour where tourists are taken deep within the forest and brought to the island’s natural water slides and pools. The spot features a large boulder where guests can cannonball and dive into fresh water. Visitors can also sit under a small waterfall and feel the rush given by the gentle impact of the water. The tour is available weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 11AM – 5PM.

Each package includes free transport to and from the hostel. Although tours are provided on the given days, Moonlight Bay Hostel can flexibly accommodate the needs of their guests. They can customize tours on the preferred package of guests during their stay.

To book a reservation or learn more about their tour packages, visit

About Moonlight Bay Hostel

As one of the top Puerto Rico hostels, Moonlight Bay Hostel has 5-star amenities, keyed rooms, and on-site staff 24/7. Providing a convenient location, the hostel is merely two minutes away from the Culebra and Vieques Island ferry, and 60 meters away from the Bay and a favorite port café and bar among tourists. Embedded data.

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