Harimau Conservation helps empower and connect communities around the world through education and environmental conservation, ranging from eco-tourism, sustainable development, Englishes classes, and teacher support.
Tour revenue will be invested in community-based eco-tourism efforts benefiting the Association of Local Fishermen from La Comunidad de el Caño as well as in San Juan Bay Estuary restoration projects.
Friday & Sunday
Adults, Families, Students, Professionals, Children 12+
Tour will be cancelled or postponed in case of inclement weather
10 to 25
Medium (2-5 miles/ 3-8 km walking distance, some physical effort)
Clothing & Equipment
Comfortable exercise clothing, Closed shoes, Sunscreen lotion, Water
This org is new to the travel industry
Your visit will make an extra impact! Expect off the beaten path conditions.
Bici-Caño is a 3-hour bicycle tour developed as a community project to give visibility to the struggle of residents of the Martin Peña community and to foster sustainable development. Visitors will have the chance to experience the livelihood of the community and natural areas surrounding it. The guides, who are also local residents, give visitors a first-hand experience of the community’s history while also recommending the best places for food and drinks. Throughout the tour, there are 14 stops that will give the visitors the chance to learn about different sustainable development efforts in the local community as well as the grave environmental issues the community faces due to pollution and climate change.
Please note: this tour requires a minimum of 10 participants. Your reservation will be confirmed once the minimum number of participants is reached.
Corporación Enlace del Caño Martin Peña parking lot, 1957 Ave Ponce de Leon, PR-25, San Juan, Puerto Rico
The tour starts in the parking lot of the offices of Corporación Enlace Martin Peña, right across from the metro station of Sagrado Corazon in San Juan. The tour is 15 minutes by taxi from the international airport and all the major tourist areas.
To empower and connect communities through education and conservation.
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