Frequently Asked Questions

Could I become seasick on the trip?  Is there motion of waves?

NO. The lagoon is surrounded by the mangrove trees that protect it from the wind and waves.

Any danger of sharks, crocodiles or other dangerous animals?

Definitively not. The most dangerous "animals" we could face are mosquitoes.

Even then, we provide bugspray at the beggining before we head out. No worries here!

How should I be dressed?

Be sure to bring a raincoat! Remember that Puerto Rico is a tropical island, and we could encounter some rain showers. Other than that, join us with comfortable clothing.

What about elderly people? Could they enjoy the trip?

Absolutely! They will enjoy the trip as a teenager. Our current passenger record age is 103 years young!

Can pregnant women come to the tour?

Yes! Pregnant women are welcome to come join us. Our staff will take special care of her while boarding and disembarking.

Is there an age minimum for the boat?

BioIsland requires a minimum age of 3 years old for parents who want to bring small children. As a reminder, take notice that Puerto Rico is a tropical island with spontaneous weather. On the reserve, we may have mosquitoes and rain showers.

What's the difference between "Group 1" and "Group 2" when booking?

There's no practical diference between group 1 and group 2. Both go out at the same time, through the same places, and depart one behind the other. Since BioIsland has two boats, we needed a way for our guests to know which boat ("group") they were booking, so the same party can be together during the experience.