I went to Junglequí Rainforest Ecoadventure Park as part of an Overnight Camping with the Girl Scouts. There were a total of 230 people camping at the site. Junglequí administration was in charge of the breakfast, lunch and dinner; the hiking expeditions, the river tubing and some other details.
Let me start off by stating that they don’t have enough employees to handle this much people. The line for the lunch started at 12:00pm and extended until 4:00pm. Some of the campers were left hanging as the amount of food wasn’t enough. Then when dinner time arrived the line was even longer, we waited for a good hour and a half and when we got to the small cafeteria the food trays were empty. We had to wait another 40 minutes until the next batch was cooked.
The early morning expedition was awesome, good hiking trails and the tour guide was really knowledgeable of the surrounding area. The river spot is really good, but there wasn’t enough current to fully enjoy the river tubing, therefore the employees had to drag us all the way down the river.
I will visit Junglequí again, but not when there are crowds involved. They even have a zipline/canopy adventure package that young kids can do with their families.
It is really easy to get there by car, as it is only 40 minutes away from San Juan thru Route 66.
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