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Guajataca Forest Reserve

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Guajataca Forest Reserve

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john l wrote a review Feb 2020
FRANKLIN PARK10 contributions4 helpful votes
Well marked trails which led us to the Cueva Ventiente. Loved seeing the inside of the cave and the newly forming stalactites and stalagmites. Interesting limestone formations.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Serradero wrote a review Nov 2019
Munich, Germany39 contributions9 helpful votes
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I agree: it is not really easy to find, but we finally got there: We took a small road coming from highway 2 (Quebradillas -> Aguadilla), just west of where Av. Noel Estrada goes north to Isabela, approximately at Lat 18.4745 Lon -66.9920. We took some narrow roads south to a small village called Poncito, then further south on road PR 446 to the ranger station at approx. Lat 18.4207 Lon -66.9661 At the station a very friendly ranger explained to us some important things, e. g. which plants you better not touch, where the trails are, how to find caves and viewing points with towers. There is also a trail map in the show case you can take a photo of. Unfortunately we did not have enough time to hike to one of the accessible caves, but we went to the next tower, only one mile down the road and had an impressing view of the green ocean of trees. Wild flowers and lizards could be seen. If you are into hiking and nature, this is certainly a place worth visiting. Don’t forget enough water, suitable shoes, and a rain coat. It can be rather “damp” there. And be careful on the narrow streets: lower your window a bit and honk the horn before every turn. Watch the shoulder of the roads, sometimes there is a steep drop immediately, with no guide rails ... Please note: my coordinates are decimal point, not ° ‘ “
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Date of experience: November 2019
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danielcullen915 wrote a review May 2019
Isabela, Puerto Rico33 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a great place to come to relax either by yourself or better as a family outing on a Saturday. It will take your breath away.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Deb C wrote a review Feb 2019
Ostrander, Ohio, United States175 contributions39 helpful votes
We hiked to "Cave of the Wind" it was a nice hike. We have found there are not a lot of hiking places in PR. This forest offers lots of trails but be careful you can get lost. The trails are not well marked and the trail map is NOT too scale. Be sure to take lots of water and snacks, just in case. Also take a flashlight, one per person. If you go to the Cave of the Wind you will need a good flashlight to explore. You're cell phone flashlight will not be enough. The cave is really cool and goes back kinda far. Also take a camera. Great pics of stalagtites. Just so you know, the are bats.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Kim G wrote a review May 2018
Averill Park, New York5 contributions4 helpful votes
We enjoyed the cave, however, getting there required us to climb over or under numerous trees on the trail. You will need to be in good shape to make the trek at this time. The ranger was helpful. We got there at the perfect time. He was just locking up but knew we were English speaking and grabbed a trail map and information in English for us before we even asked. I am not sure if there are specific hours of operation but this was about 11 AM on a weekday. Trail to the observation tower was fine.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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