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From Fajardo: Icacos Deserted Island Catamaran & Picnic Cruise
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From Fajardo: Icacos Deserted Island Catamaran & Picnic Cruise

982 reviews
Combining activities with lunch and drinks and transport can start to get pretty expensive in Puerto Rico when planning independently. This San Juan cruise saves you money by merging a catamaran cruise with lunch, local sangria, beach time, and even an optional upgrade for hotel pickup and drop-off.
$90.00 per adult
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Joseph Jones wrote a review Jul 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
It's delicious to walk around the area. There is typical food and drink. Live music. You can look at the bay from there. We had a great time and enjoyed the visit.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Francisco Costa wrote a review Jul 2020
Sao Paulo, SP2 contributions
We loved the area, the birds singing, the breeze. There are many activities, typical food, souvenirs, chairs for relaxation. We walked all the way to the end to the Morro Fortress and we enjoyed the walk. Plenty people with small children. I saw many pelicans and many birds in the area. There were young people with musical instruments singing at night and everyone enjoying their talent. I enjoyed the place
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Date of experience: March 2020
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rduinc wrote a review Mar 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri2,256 contributions441 helpful votes
Great walk, even when it's hot due to the many trees that line each side. Great views of the bay and the old city wall. There was also an incredible playground that the kids would love. There are many activities that occur here; one evening they had a craft show going on which was very enjoyable and the next morning had a 5K race.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Lolly’s Look wrote a review Mar 2020
New York City, New York11,493 contributions10,970 helpful votes
We were doing a self walking tour of Old San Juan on a Sunday and came upon Paseo de la Princesa. There was craft fair being held there. We browsed the small tented area and found some local artisan treasures.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Kim A wrote a review Mar 2020
Port Byron, Illinois107 contributions38 helpful votes
We discovered this passage on our way to dinner at the Princesa Gastrobar. It was night and the birds singing were so melodious that I asked a Policeman if it was real birds or a recording. Real birds. There is a lovely playground for children. A refreshing fountain near the ocean. We visited on a Friday and Saturday when there were craft vendors selling their creations. It was a walk we made every day (4 days) while in San Suan. We loved the area and if you extend towards either end of the passage you can take the walking path all the way to Fort El Moro or in the other direction get access to the pier where the cruise ships stop for their daily excursions.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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