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Caja de Muertos Island Boat Trip from Salinas

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Take a day trip to paradise on this boat ride to Caja de Muertos Island from Salinas, where you can go snorkelling, kayaking and enjoy a buffet lunch on the beach!

Caja de Muertos Island Boat Trip

We’ll meet at 9 am at the Salinas dock, where a catamaran will be waiting to sail you to a Puerto Rican paradise: Caja de Muertos Island.

When we arrive we’ll get off on Playa Pelícano beach where we’ll enjoy its endless white sands and crystal-clear waters. Did you know it was the first to receive the Caribbean Blue Flag award? You’ll have some free time there to enjoy snorkelling, kayaking or paddleboarding!

At lunchtime, we’ll serve you a buffet lunch, which will include fresh fruit, meat, cheese and salads. And all this accompanied by soft drinks, beer and water. What a treat!

At the end of the trip, we’ll hop back on the boat and return to Salinas for around 4 pm.

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Take a day trip to paradise on this boat ride to Caja de Muertos Island from Salinas, where you can go snorkelling, kayaking and enjoy a buffet lunch on the beach!

Caja de Muertos Island Boat Trip

We’ll meet at 9 am at the Salinas dock, where a catamaran will be waiting to sail you to a Puerto Rican paradise: Caja de Muertos Island.

When we arrive we’ll get off on Playa Pelícano beach where we’ll enjoy its endless white sands and crystal-clear waters. Did you know it was the first to receive the Caribbean Blue Flag award? You’ll have some free time there to enjoy snorkelling, kayaking or paddleboarding!

At lunchtime, we’ll serve you a buffet lunch, which will include fresh fruit, meat, cheese and salads. And all this accompanied by soft drinks, beer and water. What a treat!

At the end of the trip, we’ll hop back on the boat and return to Salinas for around 4 pm.

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Caja de Muerto Island | Vámonos Tours

Tentative opening for our island tour bookings may begin in December 2021. Alternatively, contact us to book a full day or multi-day excursion with us or visit our www.touroldsanjuan.com page.

“Caja de Muerto” Island (Coffin Island) is located in southern Puerto Rico off the coast of Ponce (only 8 miles away). This island is only 1/2 mile in width (at the widest part) and 1 1/2 miles in length. It offers many things such as a lighthouse, an old hidden pirate cave, a few hiking trails, and gorgeous beaches. The whole island is also a well-protected natural reserve. Many believe that it got its name because it resembles someone lying down as in a coffin when seen from a distance. Others believe its name derives from a legendary coffin found inside the island’s cave.

Old Lighthouse

The hiking trails on the island take you among other places to the old lighthouse, which has a wonderful platform for a perfect view of the island. This platform is located right on top of the Almeida Cave. You cannot go inside the lighthouse, but the trek to the platform is well worth the view.

The Legend and the Cave

The legend that surrounds this island has to do with a pirate named José Almeida. He once fell in love with a Basque lady when he visited Curaçao. He married her and took her to sea, where she, sadly, was killed. He buried her in the cave mentioned above and visited her each year to leave some of his new treasure with her. When her coffin was found many years later, the island became known as Coffin Island.

The Beaches

The beaches on this island are idyllic. Pelican Beach has the designation of a Blue Flag Beach. These beaches have particularly high standards and are concerned about hygiene, conservation, and amenities. They are guaranteed to be administered in a way that is safe and environmentally conscious.

Some of the beaches located on the eastern side of the island are blocked off from the public when giant turtles are nesting. These beaches are not ideal to swim at for the most part because of the rough seas.

This island offers no fresh drinking water, so travelers are encouraged to bring their own water, food, and beach gear for their visit.

Our “Caja de Muerto” Tour

Our deluxe Coffin Island tour is provided in conjunction with the region’s top expert catamaran operator. Our adventure trip departs from the town of Salinas. It takes approximately 45 minutes in a speedboat catamaran to get to Pelicano Beach. Once onboard, you’ll be in the hands of experienced hosts who will offer complimentary snacks, beverages, and lunch.

Once on the island, you’ll be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery, spend time at the beach, and/or go on a walking tour or hike. You are free to hike numerous trails and learn about the rocky terrain, the many cacti along the way, a few fun creatures, and the limestone rocks. You may also visit an old lighthouse from 1887, tour the legendary cave, and stop by the island’s tiny flora and fauna educational open-air museum. During your beach time, you may request access to use a kayak and/or a paddleboard.

Your unforgettable adventure includes roundtrip transportation by a Catamaran from Salinas to Pelicano Beach in Caja de Muertos and back, lunch, snacks, the use of a kayak and a paddleboard, and the necessary permits to enter the island. You must check-in at the marina in Salinas at 9:00 am as the speedboat catamaran departs at 9:30 am. Please contact us for more details or call at 1-888-366-6121 ext. 0.

Caja de Muertos Island is a very secluded natural treasure visited by few travelers and ready to amaze you.

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