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Viejo San Juan & La Perla Magical Walking Tour!

Experience Viejo San Juan with a local resident like never before, and the off the beaten path streets of La Perla!

Groups of 7 or 8 or (per person)
Groups of 4 (per person)
Group of 9 or more (per person)
Groups of 5 or 6 (per person)

Our Viejo San Juan & La Perla Magical Walking Tour features the off the beaten path one of a kind neighborhood of La Perla with rich local culture and the history of the forts, pirates, inspiring architectural details throughout our walk and legends/folk tales of this 500 year old city once considered the Gateway to the Americas by the Spanish and their European rivals (mainly the British, Dutch and French). We also get to explore the best local Puerto Rican Mountain coffee on the island in some of the farm to table cafés where the owners grow their own coffee beans in their farms up in the highest Central mountains of Puerto Rico. Again, we focus on secret local spots in the city as well as the classics with a unique local perspective from Andrés, our local resident guide who has called Viejo San Juan home for over 6 years. The total price for a private tour would be $300 and start and end time time is usually 4-7pm so we can catch the beautiful sunset from one of the most beautiful spots in the city and in the entire island. We also have an optional private secluded beach spot which is basically a natural jacuzzi in the ocean where we can bathe. It’s a secret spot with magical views.


  • $55 per person for groups of 4
  • $45 per person for groups of 5 or more


3 hours walking tour


This customizable tour of “Viejo San Juan” will lead you through the historic and mystical colonial city we call home. We can also explore La Perla, the historic, colorful, funky shantytown that is known as the oldest barrio in San Juan, also where the world famous “Despacito” Music Video was filmed. This tour will take you beyond the typical tourist experience and deep into the history behind the walls which have been standing around our sacred city for centuries