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SIERRA CLUB CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES AND EXCURSIONS

MAY, JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST 2019

** Important notes for the participants of the excursions:

1. ALL EXCURSION REQUIRES RESERVATION

a. If you are not going to participate in an excursion and you have already made the reservation, please let the leader know as another person may occupy your space.

b. From now on, they will not be allowed to participate in future excursions to people who book and do not cancel or do not show up for the trip.

2. OUR LEADERS ARE VOLUNTEERS:

a. Remember that our leaders are volunteers and receive hundreds of calls for their excursions. Therefore, when you do not get the leader, please leave a message and tell him your phone number as clear and slow as possible.

3. PLEASE ARRIVE PUNCTLY AT THE TIME INDICATED.

a. You must sign a "Relief of Responsibility" before participating in the excursion.

b. Remember that the meeting time provides us with time to fill in the relays and review security regulations.

c. To facilitate the process, the leader will send the relay to his confirmation. You can print, fill and bring to the tour.

d. If you are taking a child on the field trip and you are not their parent or guardian, request in advance the permission form that the child's parent or guardian must complete and sign.

4. ALL PARTICIPANT MUST BRING:

a. Water, safe sports shoes, a cape, sunscreen, a hat, glasses, snacks and / or lunch and a backpack to carry your things.

b. It is recommended to bring a camera, binoculars, some money for any meal and your necessary medications. Some excursions require additional equipment.

5. BEHAVIOR ON EXCURSIONS

a. Smoking and consuming alcoholic beverages is prohibited on Sierra Club excursions. We believe in the concept "no trace."

b. You can read more here: http://lnt.org/learn/sin-dejar-huellas. In short, it means that we do not leave any garbage items on our excursions including toilet paper. We ask, in addition, that they bring a minimum of disposable material in the excursions including plastic bottles, for example.

c. Please do not take your pets to the excursions.


MAY

Saturday, May 4:

Sunday, May 5:

The Sierra Club and the G-8, Inc. present

Neighborhood Tourism: Meet the communities of the Martín Peña Caño by Bicycle

Enjoy an interactive bike ride where you will learn about the struggles of the communities surrounding the Caño Martin Peña to achieve its dredging. They will learn about the initiatives of these communities for their economic development and their community tourism projects. The route culminates in the Mercado Agroartesanal of Barrio Obrero, which is a community project of artisans and artisans of the Caño Martín Peña. Municipality: San Juan. Meeting: 10:00 am. Return: 12:00 md. Level: Moderate. Bring: (Read above Number 4). Additional: Comfortable clothes, water. Cost: $ 20.00 p / p - Includes: bicycle rental; safety helmet; radio; seatbelt; access to "Emergency Kit"; Guide / Interpreter; recounting the history of communities and current projects; interaction and dialogue with community leaders of the Caño Martín Peña. Contact: Mariela Riviera, Coordinator of Bici Caño, [email protected], 787.444.1192 / 787.946.3393. (Reservation required)

   


Sunday, May 5:

The Sierra Club and the G-8, Inc. present

Navigate nature Metro Zone with Eco Excursions

Enjoy a boat tour through the Lagoons and Canals that are part of the eastern portion of the San Juan Bay Estuary while you learn about the development history of the metropolitan area. On the way you will learn to relate what happens in the pipe and its impact on the ecosystem that we will visit. We will identify the species of flora and fauna common in the space, and we will navigate between the mangroves of San Juan, Carolina and Loíza. The route begins at the Agroartesanal Market of Barrio Obrero, which is a community project of artisans and artisans of the Caño Martín Peña. Municipality: San Juan. Meeting: 1:00 pm. Return: 4:00 pm. Level: Easy Bring: (Read above Number 4). Additional: Comfortable clothes, water. Cost: $ 30.00 p / p for the tour in a guided boat. Contact: Melba Ayala, 787.565.0089 (send text preferably to coordinate), [email protected], http://www.excursioneseco.com (Reservation required)


Saturday, May 11:

The Sierra Club presents

Bees in the cave, Yuíza and its village

Loíza is not only Piñones. Come and discover the rich history, culture and gastronomy of the most ignored place on our northern coast, visiting the Maria de la Cruz Cave Historical Park in the company of expert guides and the Sierra Club, enjoy and learn about our natural and historical heritage. Limit: 20 people. Municipality: Loíza. Meeting: 9:00 a.m. Return: 1:00 pm. Level:

Easy. Bring: Comfortable clothes and walking shoes, hat, mosquito repellent, sun block, lunch money, water, if possible, in reusable bottles. Cost: $ 10.00 p / p includes guided tour, cultural activities and donation to the Sierra Club. Contact: José A. Menéndez, [email protected], 787.319.6629. (Reservation required)


Sunday, May 12:

(Mother's day)


Saturday, May 18:

The Sierra Club Presents

La Perla Community and the Full Moon in Old San Juan

Come and meet La Perla, a privileged community surrounded by walls and bathed by the sea. You will know the work of the Community Board of La Perla through its leaders. Municipality: San Juan. Limit: 30 participants. Meeting: 3:00 pm. Return: 7:00 pm. Level: Easy Bring: Water, snack clothing and comfortable shoes. Cost: $ 8.00 p / p Donation to the SCPR and for the Resource. Contact: Xiomara Bueiz Pérez, 787.470.6034. (Reservation required)


Saturday, May 18:

The Sierra Club and the Humacao Community Ecotourism Initiative present

Nocturnal Kayaking in the Humacao Reserve

Enjoy two hours in kayak at night through the mangroves of the Wildlife Refuge of Las Lagunas de Humacao, listening to the sound of nightlife and appreciating nature from another point of view. Municipality: Humacao. Meeting: 6:00 pm. Return: 9:00 pm. Bring: Water, flashlight, insect repellent, change of clothes, there are showers in the area. Cost: $ 20.00 p / p. includes a donation to the Sierra Club. (Deposit required) Contact: Christina Vázquez, [email protected], 787.397.1900. (Reservation required)


Sunday, May 19:

The Sierra Club presents

Tunnels, River and Sea in Guajataca

Enjoy a peaceful kayaking and pleasant walks on the last stretch of the Guajataca River in its encounter with the Atlantic Ocean. Excellent excursion for bird lovers, so it is recommended to bring cameras and binoculars. Municipalities: Isabela and Quebradillas. Meeting: 7:00 a.m. Return: 4:00 p.m. Level: Moderate / Difficult. Bring: (Read above). Additional: Water shoes, swimsuit, change of clothes. Cost: $ 25.00 p / p to rent kayak, discounts for active members with # of membership; $ 3.00 p / p Donation to the SCPR. Contact: Luis R. Rodríguez, [email protected], 787.378.2304. (Reservation required)


Saturday, May 25:

The Sierra Club of PR and Semila PR Inc. present

The Call of Cocoa

Join us to know and support the efforts of a family of farmers in the development of a Cacao farm in Barceloneta. Participate in agricultural tasks typical of the development of a Cacao farm, and learn about its history. There will be a talk about Cocoa and how to choose a good chocolate. Children are welcome to develop love for the land and the value of agriculture. Each child will be able to perform agricultural tasks with an adult. They will be assigned appropriate tasks. Bring snacks of the child's preference and keep him / her hydrated. Municipality: Barceloneta. Meeting: 8:00 a.m. Return: 1:00 pm. Limit: 24 participants. Level: Easy Bring: Comfortable clothes such as exercise, loose pants, long-sleeved shirt and fresh; shoes suitable as sneakers and boots (No Sandals, No Crocs); sunscreen; hat; gloves folding chair. Bring cash, snacks and enough water. Cost: $ 6.00 p / p Donation to SCPR and Semila PR Inc. (Children 5 years old and younger do not pay) Contact: Luis R. Rodríguez, [email protected], 787.378.2304. (Reservation required)


Saturday, May 25:

The Sierra Club presents

To the encounter with our ancestors

Excursion through the area designated as a nature reserve on the Planadas and Yeyesa hills between Cayey and Salinas. We will visit an old isolated and uninhabited village for more than 40 years, indigenous bateyes and other natural attractions or made by the human being. Hard to reach area It is not recommended for people with health conditions that are affected by heat or walking. We will walk in the forest on narrow trails, around 5 hours. The tour takes all day. Limit: 15 people. Municipalities: Cayey and Salinas. Meeting: 8:00 a.m. Return: 6:00 p.m. Level: Difficult / extreme. Bring: Strong grip shoes, plenty of water to hydrate, snack, sunscreen, camera, change of clothes. Cost: $ 20.00 for Sierra Club-PR members and $ 25.00 for non-members, including transportation, lunch and donation to Sierra Club PR. Contact: Pablo Martínez, [email protected]. (Reservation required)


Sunday, May 26:

The Sierra Club and the Eco Development Initiative of Bahia de Jobos, Inc. presents

Aguirre, the Sugar of Salinas

Historical tour, walking through a community where the drama of the daily life of the workers and potentates of the sugar industry was developed. Limit: 20 participants. Municipality: Salinas. Meeting: 9:00 a.m. Return: 1:00 p.m. Level: Moderate. Bring: Water, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, comfortable shoes, hat or umbrella. Cost: $ 10.00 Donation to IDEBAJO and $ 3.00 donation to SCPR. Contact: José A. Menéndez, [email protected], 787.319.6629. (Reservation required)


Sunday, May 26:

The Sierra Club Presents

Kayaking of Birds in Sharks

Enjoy a kayak trip through the Caño Tiburones Natural Reserve. This important reserve, located between Barceloneta and Arecibo, feeds on both surface and groundwater, and is home to at least 125 species of native and migratory birds. Spectacular tour where you can enjoy bird watching and its beautiful canals.

Limit: 20 participants. Municipality: Arecibo. Meeting: 6:30 a.m. Return: 12:00 pm. Level: Moderate. Bring: Comfortable clothes, tennis, water, snack, sunscreen, glasses. Cost: Kayak rental: $ 20.00 Members p / p, $ 25.00 non-members p / p; Donation to SCPR $ 3.00 p / p; Contact: Millie Cortés, [email protected], 787.460.6445. (Reservation required)


JUNE

Saturday 1 June:

The Sierra Club Presents

Sardines, Jobos and Bicycles

Join us to know the coastal coastline of Isabela by bicycle. We will know the different coastal ecosystems, cliffs, caves, dunes, wetlands, and the forest, along a route of 9 miles round trip. If the weather and conditions of the sea allow it, we will take a well-deserved dip in Sardinera Beach. Municipalities: Isabela. Meeting: 8:00 a.m. Return: 2:00 pm. Level: Moderate / Difficult. Bring: Mountain bike, safety equipment for cyclists, enough water, strong snack, sunscreen, tube repair equipment. If you do not have a bike, Morrillo Cycling will have 10 bicycles available to rent with a helmet for this activity. Additional: Swimsuit, towel and change of clothes. Cost: $ 3.00 p / p Donation to Sierra Club-PR; Bicycle rental and security equipment $ 25.00 p / p. Contact: Luis R. Rodríguez, [email protected], 787.378.2304 (Reservation Required)


Sunday, June 2:

Saturday, June 8

Sunday, June 9:

The Sierra Club and the G-8, Inc. present

Neighborhood Tourism: Meet the communities of the Martín Peña Caño by Bicycle

Enjoy an interactive bike ride where you will learn about the struggles of the communities surrounding the Caño Martin Peña to achieve its dredging. They will learn about the initiatives of these communities for their economic development and their community tourism projects. The route culminates in the Mercado Agroartesanal of Barrio Obrero, which is a community project of artisans and artisans of the Caño Martín Peña. Municipality: San Juan. Meeting: 10:00 am. Return: 12:00 md. Level: Moderate. Bring: (Read above Number 4). Additional: Comfortable clothes, water. Cost: $ 20.00 p / p - Includes: bicycle rental; safety helmet; radio; seatbelt; access to "Emergency Kit"; Guide / Interpreter; recounting the history of communities and current projects; interaction and dialogue with community leaders of the Caño Martín Peña. Contact: Mariela Riviera, Coordinator of Bici Caño, [email protected], 787.444.1192 / 787.946.3393. (Reservation required)

   


Sunday, June 9:

The Sierra Club and the G-8, Inc. present

Navigate nature Metro Zone with Eco Excursions

Enjoy a boat tour through the Lagoons and Canals that are part of the eastern portion of the San Juan Bay Estuary while you learn about the development history of the metropolitan area. On the way you will learn to relate what happens in the pipe and its impact on the ecosystem that we will visit. We will identify the species of flora and fauna common in the space, and we will navigate between the mangroves of San Juan, Carolina and Loíza. The route begins at the Agroartesanal Market of Barrio Obrero, which is a community project of artisans and artisans of the Caño Martín Peña. Municipality: San Juan. Meeting: 1:00 pm. Return: 4:00 pm. Level: Easy Bring: (Read above Number 4). Additional: Comfortable clothes, water. Cost: $ 30.00 p / p for the tour in a guided boat. Contact: Melba Ayala, 787.565.0089 (send text preferably to coordinate), [email protected], http://www.excursioneseco.com (Reservation required)


Saturday, June 8, and Sunday, June 9:

Workshops to Certify New Leaders of Volunteer Excursions of the Sierra Club of Puerto Rico

Are you one of those who love nature, our history and the culture of our beautiful Caribbean archipelago, and would love to share your experiences and knowledge about these wonders with your compatriots? Do you want to make a difference by educating yourself about these wonders to protect them?

The Sierra Club of Puerto Rico offers you that opportunity to make a difference by certifying you as a Volunteer Excursion Leader. On Saturday, 8th, and Sunday, June 9th, we will be carrying out the workshops required to certify new excursion leaders. If you are interested in certifying yourself as a tour leader send a message expressing your interest to Luis. R. Rodríguez, Director of the Excursion Committee of the Sierra Club of Puerto Rico, to his email: [email protected]. Move forward and reserve, because spaces are limited.


Sunday, June 16:

The Sierra Club presents

From Rabo to Cabo in Cabo Rojo- Segment 3

Discover the wonders of the coastal coastline of Cabo Rojo, its beautiful beaches, cays, lagoons, mangroves and its colorful coastal towns. Kayak that covers almost the entire west coast of Cabo Rojo, divided into three (3) segments to be covered in three (3) separate days with distances between 7 to 9 miles each. Total distance: 25 miles. Municipality: Cabo Rojo. Meeting: 7:00 a.m. Return: 3:00 pm. Level: Difficult / Extreme. Bring: (Read above). Additional: Water shoes (No Crocs); Swimwear; change of clothes; snacks; sufficient water; sunscreen; hat; money; waterproof cameras. Cost: $ 25.00 p / p to rent kayak, discounts for active members with # membership; Donation to the SCPR: $ 3.00 p / p. The payment of parking per car and cost of transportation by land is required. Contact: Luis R. Rodríguez, [email protected], 787.378.2304. (Reservation Required)

(Father's Day)


Summer Solstice: Occurs on Friday, June 21, 2019 at 15:54 UTC

Saturday, June 22: 

Sunday, June 23:

Saturday, 29 and Sunday, June 30:

The Sierra Club presents

At the Meeting with Our Ancestors (A Campando)

Enjoy the ecological, historical and cultural area that makes up the Lapa river basin. It will include a 3-kilometer walk through the Yeyesa area, and we will camp near the river in an improvised area. After camping we will walk around 2 hours. Meeting: 8:30 a.m. (Saturday). Return: 1:00 pm (Sunday). Level of difficulty: Difficult. The area is one of forest and evacuation in case of an emergency is extremely difficult. Bring: Everything to camp, enough water and food for 2 days, swimsuit, effects of personal hygiene, prescription medicines. Cost: $ 20.00 p / p. Contact: Pablo Martínez, [email protected] (Reservation required)


Saturday, June 29:

The Sierra Club presents

Costeando El Combate: A Photographic Adventure

Capture with your camera the spectacular landscapes, flora and fauna of the Natural Reserve of the Federal Fishing and Wildlife Service of Boquerón. Accompanied by photographer Rosa "Rositin" Ortiz, we will explore the beach of Combate, the Candelaria and Fraternidad lagoons, passing through the oldest salitrales of our hemisphere, and we will arrive at the Los Morrillos Lighthouse where we will enjoy the spectacular cliffs and rock formations that they have been sculpting the sea, the rain and the wind. Municipality: Cabo Rojo. Meeting: 1:30 pm. Return: 7:00 pm. Level: Difficult Bring: (Read above) Water (2 liters minimum p / p), snacks, fresh clothes of green, brown and ocher colors for camouflage. Required equipment: Cameras, lenses, tripod, binoculars, sunscreen, hats, and mosquito repellent. Additional: "Wetshoes" (not Crocs). Cost: Donation SCPR $ 3.00 p / p + cost of ground transportation and parking. Contact: Luis R. Rodríguez, [email protected], 787.378.2304. (Reservation Required)


Sunday, June 30:

The Sierra Club and INECOH present

Knowing Palmas del Mar by bicycle

Bike tour to see points of interest within the community of Palmas del Mar in Humacao. We will visit the beach, Church, Forest of Pterocarpus, grader and fishmonger. Most of the route is down the street. We will make from 5 to 6 stops. Distance: 11 miles. Municipality: Humacao. Limit: 20 participants. Meeting: 8:00 a.m. Return: 12:00 md. Level: Moderate / Difficult. Bring: Bicycle and helmet; sportswear and sneakers; sunscreen and repellent; enough water; snacks; cash. If we do not have a bicycle, we have 8 bicycles available to rent with a helmet for this activity. Cost: Participant with your bike: $ 15.00 p / p; Participant renting bicycle: $ 25 p / p (Both prices include Donation). Contact: Rosa Maldonado, 787.914.8055, [email protected] / Gerardo Maldonado, 787.559.7280 (Reservation required)


JULY

(Holiday: Thursday, July 4 - Independence Day of the United States)

Saturday, July 6:

The Sierra Club of PR and Semila PR Inc. present

The Call of Cocoa

Join us to know and support the efforts of a family of farmers in the development of a Cacao farm in Barceloneta. Participate in agricultural tasks typical of the development of a Cacao farm, and learn about its history. There will be a talk about Cocoa and how to choose a good chocolate. Children are welcome to develop love for the land and the value of agriculture. Each child will be able to perform agricultural tasks with an adult. They will be assigned appropriate tasks. Bring snacks of the child's preference and keep him / her hydrated. Municipality: Barceloneta. Meeting: 8:00 a.m. Return: 1:00 pm. Limit: 24 participants. Level: Easy Bring: Comfortable clothes such as exercise, loose pants, long-sleeved shirt and fresh; shoes suitable as sneakers and boots (No Sandals, No Crocs); sunscreen; hat; gloves folding chair. Bring cash, snacks and enough water. Cost: $ 6.00 p / p Donation to SCPR and Semila PR Inc. (Children 5 years old and younger do not pay) Contact: Luis R. Rodríguez, [email protected], 787.378.2304. (Reservation required)


Sunday, July 7:

Saturday, July 13:

The Sierra Club Presents

The Centennial Guayacán and El Vigía

When the disoriented Admiral Christopher Columbus made landfall in Taínas beaches, this exemplary life was already a hundred years old. For 700 years they have remained rooted in Borinquen. Come and join us in the Dry Forest of Guánica to know this majestic tree, El Guayacán Centenario. After a snack, a short walk to El Vigía to enjoy a beautiful view. Municipality: Guánica. Meeting: 10:00 am. Return: 3:00 pm. Level: Moderate. Bring: Comfortable shoes, water, camera. Cost: Donation to SCPR $ 4.00 p / p includes DRNA permit fee. Contact: José A. Menéndez, [email protected], 787.319.6629 (Reservation required)


Sunday, July 14:

The Sierra Club presents

The Montalva and The Eagle

Enjoy one of the most beautiful bays of our Island: the bioluminescent bay of La Montalva. Daytime kayaking through a tour through peaceful channels between mangroves and islands, until arriving at Cayo El Águila, where we will stop for a well-deserved rest and snack. The kayak covers a distance of approximately 4.5 miles. Limit: 20 participants. Municipality: Lajas. Meeting: 8:00 a.m. Return: 1:30 pm. Level: Moderate / Difficult. Bring: Water (minimum 2 liters p / p), strong snack, beachwear, water shoes (No Crocs), sunscreen, insect repellent, towel, hat, money, water proof cameras, change of clothes. Cost: $ 25.00 p / p kayak rental, discounts for active members of the SCPR; $ 3.00 p / p donation to the SCPR. Contact: Luis R. Rodríguez, [email protected], 787.378.2304. (Reservation Required)


Sunday, July 14:

The Sierra Club and the Coalición Pro Corredor Ecológico del Noreste present

Steep and Faraglioni

Walk along the coast of Las Cabezas de San Juan. We will walk along cliffs and cliffs, enjoy breathtaking views. We will give you back to this beautiful reserve. This adventure lasts approximately 5 hours. Distance: 5 miles. Municipality: Fajardo. Meeting: 8:00 a.m. Return: 2:00 pm. Level: Difficult Limit: 20 people and only over 12 years of age. Bring: Snack, sunscreen, hat to protect yourself from the sun, appropriate clothes for walks, shoes with good grip that can get wet (No Crocs), swimsuit under clothes to get into the water, camera, water (minimum two liters) ), towel, change of clothes, money for lunch. Cost: Parking - $ 5.35 p / a; Bathrooms - $ 1.00; Suggested donation - $ 5.00 p / p donation to CPCEN. Contact: Michelle López Lorenzo, [email protected], 787.600.3202 (Reservation Required)


Sunday, July 14:

The Sierra Club and the G-8, Inc. present

Neighborhood Tourism: Meet the communities of the Martín Peña Caño by Bicycle

Enjoy an interactive bike ride where you will learn about the struggles of the communities surrounding the Caño Martin Peña to achieve its dredging. They will learn about the initiatives of these communities for their economic development and their community tourism projects. The route culminates in the Mercado Agroartesanal of Barrio Obrero, which is a community project of artisans and artisans of the Caño Martín Peña. Municipality: San Juan. Meeting: 10:00 am. Return: 12:00 md. Level: Moderate. Bring: (Read above Number 4). Additional: Comfortable clothes, water. Cost: $ 20.00 p / p - Includes: bicycle rental; safety helmet; radio; seatbelt; access to "Emergency Kit"; Guide / Interpreter; recounting the history of communities and current projects; interaction and dialogue with community leaders of the Caño Martín Peña. Contact: Mariela Riviera, Coordinator of Bici Caño, [email protected], 787.444.1192 / 787.946.3393. (Reservation required)

   


Sunday, July 14:

The Sierra Club and the G-8, Inc. present

Navigate nature Metro Zone with Eco Excursions

Enjoy a boat tour through the Lagoons and Canals that are part of the eastern portion of the San Juan Bay Estuary while you learn about the development history of the metropolitan area. On the way you will learn to relate what happens in the pipe and its impact on the ecosystem that we will visit. We will identify the species of flora and fauna common in the space, and we will navigate between the mangroves of San Juan, Carolina and Loíza. The route begins at the Agroartesanal Market of Barrio Obrero, which is a community project of artisans and artisans of the Caño Martín Peña. Municipality: San Juan. Meeting: 1:00 pm. Return: 4:00 pm. Level: Easy Bring: (Read above Number 4). Additional: Comfortable clothes, water. Cost: $ 30.00 p / p for the tour in a guided boat. Contact: Melba Ayala, 787.565.0089 (send text preferably to coordinate), [email protected], http://www.excursioneseco.com (Reservation required)


Saturday, July 20:

The Sierra Club presents

Bees in the cave, Yuíza and its village

Loíza is not only Piñones. Come and discover the rich history, culture and gastronomy of the most ignored place on our northern coast, visiting the Maria de la Cruz Cave Historical Park in the company of expert guides and the Sierra Club, enjoy and learn about our natural and historical heritage. Limit: 20 people. Municipality: Loíza. Meeting: 9:00 a.m. Return: 1:00 pm. Level:

Easy. Bring: Comfortable clothes and walking shoes, hat, mosquito repellent, sun block, lunch money, water, if possible, in reusable bottles. Cost: $ 10.00 p / p includes guided tour, cultural activities and donation to the Sierra Club. Contact: José A. Menéndez, [email protected], 787.319.6629. (Reservation required)


Sunday, July 21:

(Holiday: Thursday, July 25 - Constitution Day)


Saturday, July 27:

Sunday, July 28:

The Sierra Club of PR present

Coabey Heroic

Join us to visit and know the places and events that took place in the Coabey Valley and the town of Jayuya during the nationalist uprising of October 30, 1950, together with Don Heriberto Marín Torres, who participated actively in the revolutionary events of 1950, being condemned for it to long years of prison, of which he met nine. Municipality: Jayuya. Meeting: 8:30 a.m. Return: 3:30 pm. Limit: 26 participants. Level: Easy Bring: Comfortable clothes, hats, shoes suitable as sneakers (No Sandals, No Crocs), coats and umbrellas. Bring cash, snacks and enough water. Cost: $ 5.00 p / p Donation to the SCPR + money for the payment of donations to the museums that we will visit. (Children of 5 years old or less do not pay Donation to the SCPR). If you wish to spend the night before, you can camp in the facilities of the Museum of Martyrs in the Coabey Valley, at a cost of $ 10.00 per booth. Contact: Luis R. Rodríguez, 787.378.2304, [email protected]. (Reservation required)


Sunday, July 28:

The Sierra Club and the Community Ecotourism Initiative of Humacao present

Humacao Bike Tour

Cycling tour along the trails and historic areas of the Humacao Nature Reserve. We will pedal towards the beach of Punta Santiago observing the coastal communities, passing by the Dike, crossing a neighboring property where we return to the beach of Punta Santiago and the Natural Reserve. Limit: 20 participants. Municipality: Humacao. Meeting: 9:00 am Return: 12:00 md. Level: Difficult / extreme. Bring: Mountain bike, protective helmet; sportswear, slippers and mosquito repellent; water and snacks; cash. If we do not have a bicycle, we have 8 bicycles available to rent with helmets for this activity. Cost: $ 15.00 p / p Donation to SCPR and Community Microenterprise. Bike and equipment rental security $ 25.00 p / p (rental cost includes donations). Contact: Rosa Maldonado, [email protected], 787.914.8055 (Reservation required)