My boyfriend and I visited the forest on a weekday. It was absolutely beautiful! There are many hikes in the park. Be careful driving up the narrow and curvy road.
I arrived close to 17:00 in March 2012, ready to camp. No one was around, save for one family I saw leaving the reserve. My guidebook mentioned there is always someone at the security office who could issue me the camping permit. However, I only saw one building (I assume it was the DRNA building- not security) and it was... More
I've been to every camp site in the island and this one is just breathtaking. I must say it does get cold... (the area is called "El Frio") so be sure to take your sweaters and a nice sleeping bag. It's a safe place with a river right next to the camping area that takes you to a natural swimming... More
I've camped here three times and I love it. The nature is spectacular, unspoiled and verdant. The campground is not luxurious, there is no electricity or hot water but it's rustic charm is what I love best about it. Each campsite has a gazebo with a table, a covered bbq area and a fire pit. It has clean running water... More
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