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Our hike through El Yunque was the highlight of our trip. Outside of the stunning natural beauty of El Yunque, John Druitt is just plain AWESOME!! John is NOT your average guide that is going to take you to the popular "tourist" stops in El...More
What an awesome experience! Our tour guide, John, picked us up at our hotel at 8 am and drove us along the coast line and through Loiza on the way to El Yunque so we could see a smaller town. He is extremely well informed...More
Our amazing guide, John Druitt (nicknamed "Rubio"), had a perfect combination of brilliant intellect and pure fun. A man who clearly takes his job seriously, but never takes himself seriously, John taught us more about the last 30 years of Puerto Rican history and, of...More
It rained steadily for 80% of the tour but our guide had brought light weight ponchos so we were okay. A guide is definitely a great idea and John Druitt our guide knew his stuff. We saw a toadie bird as well as the smallest...More
I did a half day tour for the forest. It was an awesome experience! We basically drove around the forest to visit main sightseeing spots and were given 30min to explore the area. Obviously I wish we had a whole day for more hiking but...More
We booked this through our Cruise line MSC, and it was provided by Tour Coop. Firstly, MSC's description of this tour was misleading, however the tour itself was brilliant, the drive from the port to the rainforest was about 40 mins, with information from the...More
This was an excursion organised by the cruise liner we were travelling with. What an amazing experience. This was our first experience of a rain forest and it did not disappoint.
It took about an hour by road from the port to reach the forest....More
We spent almost a day in this huge and amazing tropical forest. Took a long tour surrounded by beautiful tropical planets I have never seen before. After the long walk you can fresh yourself in a natural waterfall cold but unforgettable experience.
El Yunque is a nearly pristine tropical rainforest less than an hour from the city of San Juan. The visitor's center is very well designed and includes information about the history of the park, its ecology, and research and conservation efforts. There is a gift...More
This is a lovely 28,000 acre rainforest comprising 75% virgin forest left in Puerto Rico and the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Firest System. There are 50 types of ferns, 20 varieties of wild orchids and 200 species of trees. Some are over...More