We hope you are enjoying the beaches on or near your resort. To make your vacation even more memorable, we invite you to book a tour to Icacos Cay, better known as Icacos Island. Cayo Icacos (formal name) is one of the offshore treasures of Puerto Rico, the largest of La Cordillera Nature Reserve, a group of beautiful keys off the east coast of Puerto Rico, a short boat ride from the town of Fajardo, about a 45-minute drive from the capital city of San Juan.
The Experience at Cayo Icacos
Once you step onto the boat, you’ll be swept away from the modern world and transported to an archipelago of undeveloped islands. There, the sandy shores are home to birds. The waters are playgrounds for sea turtles, schools of tropical fish, and dolphins that often visit. You’ll be one of the lucky visitors to enjoy crystal clear water and pass time swimming and snorkeling to see the world underneath the sea and bask under the sun as you relax or play on soft clean white sand. The only sights from Icacos Island are the surrounding water, nearby islands, and the main island.
The landscape on the island is just like nature intended without human interference, with palm trees and endemic plants grow freely. The sand is soft, white, decorated lightly with tiny shells, gently kissed by the mesmerizing blues of the Caribbean Sea.
Excursions / Tours to Icacos Cay
- Locations: Most charters to Icacos leave from Marina Puerto Chico, Villa Marina, or Puerto Del Rey Marina – all located in Fajardo. See the map at the end of the page.
- Time: Tours can last from 3.5 hours up to 8.5 hours.
- Cost for charter: Varies depending on the type and length of the excursion. Some tours include transportation from hotels in San Juan and nearby tourist destinations.