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Kayak Equipment Rental at The Condado Lagoon

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Our experience is really special because of the ecosystem of the lagoon. It is very common to come across manatees that feed on seagrass and that live in harmony with so many other marine species that live there. The lagoon is an important natural reserve that is protected for study and conservation as it is part of the San Juan Bay estuary. It also has a community of natural and artificial reefs that make the experience even richer. The flora, the mangroves, the landscape and how the species live in their natural ecosystem is an experience added to the sport to be performed in the lagoon. These conservation efforts seek to educate and increase knowledge for their conservation and the enjoyment of these beauties. The best thing is that it is centrally located at the entrance to San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico and the historic center that is the largest tourist attraction on the island.
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EJW3 wrote a review Apr 2021
Southold, NY715 contributions329 helpful votes
We hiked to El Yunque Peak from the Mt. Britton Tower Parking area. It is a very scenic and enjoyable hike and the views from the peak on a clear day are amazing. From the top you can get a great view of the peaks and valleys of the National Forrest, see the Atlantic to the north, San Juan to the west, and the Caribbean to the south. Although from the parking area El Yunque Peak looks far away and high up, the trail is well marked, well maintained, and comfortable, and the climb and change in elevation is easily manageable. When you reach the fork for the Mt. Britton Tower, the trail to the tower is to the right. It is a short hike on a spur trail and the tower is worth the visit. The service road to El Yunque peak is to the left, and the hiking trail to the peak is straight ahead on the left. I recommend that you take the trail. The road to the peak is smooth and paved, and the distance is shorter, but it is very, very steep. The trail to the peak is longer, and rocky and uneven, but it is much more scenic and the change in elevation is much more gradual.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Ivelisse88 wrote a review May 2020
Orlando, Florida10 contributions3 helpful votes
This is a long hike but definitely worth it. Make sure to bring a lot of water and snacks or a lunch so you can stay up there for a while and enjoy the view.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Shiv508 wrote a review Dec 2019
Irving, Texas60 contributions15 helpful votes
I and my friend trekked to the peak of El Yunque on 12/12/2019. The trails and views are so good. Few Notes: 1. Parked at Caimitillo parking (limited number of parking around 20) 2. Took the El Yunque peak trail-->Mt.Britton Tower --> El Yunque peak. (small waterfalls in between) 3. We took walked on the road from Mt.Britton tower to peak instead of taking trail. 4.The trail is muddy and slippery. No bugs/mosquitoes, 5. Carry rain jacket, it rains often for like 10 mins. Enjoy the view. Thanks, Shiv
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Cesar U wrote a review Aug 2019
Palm Bay, Florida30 contributions6 helpful votes
This trail is trail is a must, specially this time of the year, not too much rain and travel is cheaper. I will recommend it to anyone who is adventurous.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Mildred B wrote a review Aug 2019
Los Angeles, California51 contributions65 helpful votes
This is a great place to go espicially if you have young people and teens. Walking can be slippery so if you have anyone elderly or disabled still go but i recommend a tour that will take you through safely. The first time you go a tour guide is helpful so you make sure not to miss some of the coolest spots. However if your adventurous you can go on your own and just follow people. You will have lots of fun. Wear sunscreen have a waterproof case for your phone (not water resistant) and youll definitely want to take video and pictures.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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