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Playa Jobos, Isabela 00662 Puerto Rico
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Kayak Equipment Rental at The Condado Lagoon

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Our experience is really special because of the ecosystem of the lagoon. It is very common to come across manatees that feed on seagrass and that live in harmony with so many other marine species that live there. The lagoon is an important natural reserve that is protected for study and conservation as it is part of the San Juan Bay estuary. It also has a community of natural and artificial reefs that make the experience even richer. The flora, the mangroves, the landscape and how the species live in their natural ecosystem is an experience added to the sport to be performed in the lagoon. These conservation efforts seek to educate and increase knowledge for their conservation and the enjoyment of these beauties. The best thing is that it is centrally located at the entrance to San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico and the historic center that is the largest tourist attraction on the island.
$20.00 per adult
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Viatgesrjr wrote a review Oct 2020
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico1,099 contributions188 helpful votes
Beautiful place. The blue color of the ocean is spectacular. However, be very careful. It is too easy to stumble with the rocks in this area; and there is nothing to keep visitors from falling down into the rocks and rough ocean. Stay away at least 10 feet. A hidden treasure in Isabela.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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galos593 wrote a review Mar 2020
Kissimmee, Florida, United States440 contributions42 helpful votes
A mit or a legend says that a man lost his cow when it fell down the cliff into the water. when you stand by the cliff and shout “Jacinto devuelveme la vaca” which means Jacinto give me back the cow the water supposedly gets “furious” and the water starts slamming against the walls of the cliff. don't stay at the edge of the cliff sometimes big waves hit the walls and the water goes several feet up in the air which can drag you down.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Elizabeth V wrote a review Oct 2019
Waterbury, Connecticut74 contributions17 helpful votes
A must if ever in Isabela. A local told us about this place and the legend behind it. It is said a farmer would walk his cow tied to his waist there and one day the cow fell into the hole along with the farmer Jacinto. It is said if you yell Jacinto bring me the cow in Spanish the waves splash hard against the rocks and water comes out of the hole. Not an area for kids. The reef is very sharp, should wear shoes with good thick soles
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Luis D. Ghigliotti wrote a review Mar 2019
Ponce, Puerto Rico281 contributions328 helpful votes
“El pozo de Jacinto” , at the Isabela Beach Jobos area, is a beautiful natural coral reaf mountain with a big hole at the top y hrough which the sea water jumps to the sky, specially when you scream “Jacinto”.The view of the seashore is stunning and breathtaking.I consider this place one of the most beautiful areas to take pictures in Puerto Rico.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Raul D wrote a review Jan 2018
San Antonio, Texas314 contributions54 helpful votes
The legend says that a man lost his calf when it fell down the cliff into the water. When you stand by the cliff and shout “Jacinto se te fue la vaca” which means Jacinto you lost your calf the water supposedly gets “furious” and the water starts slamming against the walls of the cliff.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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