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Covering 28,000 acres, and receiving more than 200 inches of rain per year, El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rain forest in the US Forest System. Noted for its biodiversity, the forest is home to more than 400 different plant species...more
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Our rewarding excursion up the lush mountains was filled with inspiring views of verdant and jungle-like areas, and impressive foliage right out of a Van Gough painting! Moreover, this is the place to practice the sport of Ziplining for those who are adventurous. A real...More
I went with family and friends to visit El Yunque, is so incredible, amazing, mother nature bless this island with this Forest. Is close to heaven. Should come and visit Puerto Rico and walk the amazing trails at El Yunque.
This rainforest is a brilliant preserve, lots of excellent hiking and hiking for older and less adept hikers. one can see a great deal by driving as well. Be sure to check out the tower. We found ourselves rather embraced by the rainforest and found...More
This review is about a special place in PR. El Yunque National Forest is my home away from home . I reside in Florida but my spouse owns a house in Colinas del Yunque a few minutes from the National Park Reseserve.
The place is...More
Our family had a great time although not all trials were open. In fact, some of the main trials remain closed after hurricane Maria but we were able to explore the lowest part. We went at one and it was pretty full, we had to...More
An odd entrance to the park, but roll down your windows to hear all of the sounds of the rainforest. It is a magical place of small, but charming waterfalls, with trails to explore. Bring water and snacks because the restaurant is still closed from...More
The rain forest is open flowers aren’t in bloom and a lot of the hiking trails are closed. You cannot get to the waterfalls and it was a bit disappointing. I would wait a few months until things are up and running. They are actively...More
My husband and I took our teenager. It was quite a drive up in the mountains. Once arrived you are given a map. Keep in mind since María, a few of the attractions are closed. The main waterfall at the entrance is a good photo...More
The hike to one of the falls was closed when I visited. However, there is a falls that is literally beside the highway and is magnificent. Most of the trails are open. The hike we chose was to the tower. I think it took... More
The hike to one of the falls was closed when I visited. However, there is a falls that is literally beside the highway and is magnificent. Most of the trails are open. The hike we chose was to the tower. I think it took us about 90 minutes up and back. The hiking trails are paved so you can hike in tennis shoes. It is an inclimb all the way up and decline all the way back with switch backs but it is beautiful.
I think the best way is to rent a car and go on your on. This way you can get to the park early and get your hike in. Afterwards, on your way back, I highly recommend going to the beach and having lunch at one of the Kios... More
I think the best way is to rent a car and go on your on. This way you can get to the park early and get your hike in. Afterwards, on your way back, I highly recommend going to the beach and having lunch at one of the Kios resteraunts.