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The place its not so bad but is good to be more clean and cut a lot of grass and do some work with the trees, Grass, plants and everything! I suggest people with lawn knowledge! Don’t compare this place with others in United States...More
WE went in september to crite forest exactly to charco azul a river place unique that you walk a littlle to reach the end and see and enjoy the waterfall not to small not to big but cool and refreshing
It's a very calm, freah air forest (obvious) you have to be very alert so you don't miss the sign. It has a restaurant near by that you can see the river and eat just along side to it.
It's a natural reserve and you...More
Already commented on charco Azul but must add this.. If you see the sign for Carite Forest STOP..GET OUT and Walk a bit Awesome experience.. Out of the tourist way on a challenging road but oh so well worth it. The lower river is good...More
You are up in the mountains but there are plenty of areas to pull off and park. Walk the trails or just walk the roads. You will see MANY birds, flowers and trees! Bananas growing wild, ginger in bloom, and hummingbirds visiting the flowers are...More
Concierge at Marriott suggested this when I asked for somewhere different. Good grief all roads in Puerto Rico are sooooooooo curvy. This is apparently a local favorite. Nice path... pretty trees... nice creek. Then you get to a nice sized pool. Water was cold, but...More
It's a bit out there, and the road is nausea inducing, but worth the trip. Chorro Azul is a short hike off the road, paved. Ends in a small waterfall with a blue pool that you can swim in and jump from a short cliff....More
We'd like to spend a few days driving the Ruta Panoramica from Mayaguez back to San Juan, thru Maricao, Adjuntas, Utuado, Toro Negro, and the Carite Forest Reserve. The guide we have suggests starting at Carite and heading west. Is it just as nice heading west to east, which fits our itinerary better?