Kids love it. Hard to move around with little once, but doible. Went with 3 kids under 10 . Road is a bit scary to get there. Parking is $5
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I do agree with most of the comments stating that this waterfall is better than la Mina in El Yunque. Walking distance is less and bigger space for you to seat and relax, and not as many rocks as La Mina.
We enjoyed our visit here much more than La Mina in El Yunque. The waterfalls were easier to access, more fun for the adventurous with the rope and jumping opportunities, and significantly less crowded. We arrived on a weekday around 10 and the place was...More
This place is awesome. The nature trails, the waterfalls, the food and drinks at Sha's it makes this hidden gem a perfect place to spend the day. The waterfalls are breathtaking. The owners, Norma and Ricardo, and entire staff will make your feel like family!...More
Our thing is to visit waterfalls when possibly and jump off of them, or jump off of cliffs, etc. This was our most exciting to date. My son (20) did it several times, I only did it once. It was thrilling and a challenge too....More
We visited on a weekday and had a blast. The waterfall is better than The Coca in el Yunque. It is big and deep enough for swimming and the walk down is manageable. Great location for family fun. I would recommend it and I would...More
I was so confident that I was going to jump off a cliff, waterfall, etc, and get a good picture for the gram, but without my contacts and goggles I became a big chicken. I also wasn't expecting the water to be so deep! There...More