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We are sporty people and therefore it could have been a bit more of everything but it was nice and we would do it again! Very well organized ! The tourguides (Ludgardo & Christina )were amazing and make you feel save at any time! @...More
Went whit my family for a weekend get away, spend 2 days. Camping Area, showers and bathrooms very clean and in excellent conditions. Campers have a private parkin near camp ground. The observation tower, trails and "charca la confesora" super nice. Just In the camping...More
I visited with Acampa Tours. Top notch guides Christina, and Raymond skillful and patiently guided us through the rainforest, pointing out all of the varied faun and flora Toro Negro had to offer. The waterfalls were both beautiful and refreshing as we worked or way...More
I have been camping at the Viveros campsite part of the Toro Negro Reserve during the past 35 years. It is the best camping site with facilities available in Puerto Rico and it is part of a beautiful forest and natural reserve.
This camp area...More
Worth the nerve racking narrow roads with hair pin turns! You'll need GPS to actually find the Forest center, but it is worth the drive and hunt! Interestingly, the forest contained more flowering trees than the rain forest. The bamboo outcroppings were stunning.
We camped in Toro Negro for two nights. If you want to get away from the tourists of El Yunque and hike on uncrowded trails through beautiful landscape, this is a good option! The campground only has several spots, but each site comes with a...More
There is long walk to get there, but is worth it!! I climb to the top of the mountain, where a post tower from the time of the Spaniard still stand. The view is breathtaking, there is no mountain tops higher, just clouds that you...More
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...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...More
We visited Sandra Farms Coffee while we were camping in Toro Negro. The coffee farm and tour are fantastic, and while there Israel (the owner) told us about their new cabin up on the top of a mountain behind their home that... More
We visited Sandra Farms Coffee while we were camping in Toro Negro. The coffee farm and tour are fantastic, and while there Israel (the owner) told us about their new cabin up on the top of a mountain behind their home that they are renting to people. It's very secluded and about an hour from either forest. The cabin has two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a main living area with a small kitchen and a table. Israel and Sandra mentioned that they can provide food for visitors and, of course, good coffee!
The cabin doesn't have much--no TV, maybe not even wi-fi, so if you're interested in those modern comforts it might not be what you're looking for. But if you want a quiet mountain retreat in the middle of a real Puerto Rican coffee farm, I'd highly recommend.
I'd email them about staying in the cabin (email is on their website if you just search "Sandra Farms Coffee.") I'm not sure how to go about renting it.