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Reviewed April 4, 2018 via mobile

My wife and I stayed in the La Cascada treehouse for a couple nights in late March after visiting the west side of the island for a few days. The island is in much better shape than we expected and staying at Martin’s property of Yuquiyu was the best way to finish our adventure. Great guy, beautiful property, and astonishing treehouses. Martin provided us with fresh coconut milk, lemonade, yogurt, cooking utensils... all of the necessities that we needed. Everything was clean and the view was breathtaking!

If you are considering visiting the island, go! If you are wanting to stay near the El Yunque / San Juan area, stay at Yuquiyu! You will be thankful that you did!

We will definitely be back soon! Thanks again for everything Martin!

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Derek H
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Reviewed April 2, 2018

This is a wonderful place to be. The treehouses are very comfortable, open and airy with splendid views. The fruit and other foods provided are great. Martin (the owner and manager) is a fount of information. Lots of great places to visit nearby. You can see the effects of the hurricane on the trees but Yuquiyu is completely back on its feet. Enjoy.
The drive from the airport is actually quite short but on your first time going there I recommend doing it during the day -- it would be very easy to miss some of the turns in the dark.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Jonathan T
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Reviewed March 21, 2018

We spent four nights here in mid-March and were so pleased with the beauty of our surroundings and the thoughtfulness of the cabin design and furnishings. Absolutely delightful. The host was helpful in suggesting trails and other nearby places of interest as well as recommending nearby restaurants. Fresh fruit, yogurt, nuts, local coffee and honey, and other comforts are supplied in the cabins. Much thought has been put into the design of the farm. Easy to access from the San Juan airport with the use of a rental car. It was a privilege to stay in such a beautiful place-truly unique and peaceful.

Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Priscilla T
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Reviewed March 16, 2018 via mobile

My husband and I had the privilege of spending two glorious days and nights in Yuquiyú just as it reopened from a long post-hurricane hiatus. Martin was wonderfully accommodating during the booking process, and kept us up to date with everything going on at the property in the weeks before our visit. He sent many recommendations of things to see and do, and was always very helpful with any questions I had.

When we finally got there, we felt instantly at peace. Martin, Javier, and sweet Amor (friendly little dog) warmly welcomed us and escorted us to La Cascada. The treehouse and the grounds were stunningly beautiful. While remnants of the hurricane could still be seen, it was beautiful to see new life pushing up everywhere. We had everything we needed and more in our cabin, and felt spoiled by the amazing local products left for us — figs, cashews, hibiscus, lemongrass, coconut milk, lemonade, avocado, banana, pineapple, and more. We had full electricity and hot running water — and one of the best views we’ve ever had!

We slept with the patio doors open both nights to enjoy the beautiful light of the full moon and the sounds of the coquí and the river down below. We explored the grounds and relaxed by the river on our last morning. We didn’t want to leave!

This was a surprise trip for my husband’s 30th birthday. We travel a lot, and we agree that Yuquiyú is one of the most special places we have been in the world. Thank you for this beautiful experience. We hope to be back.

Kathy & Juanma

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1  Thank katharinelaine
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Reviewed March 13, 2018

We just spent an incredibly relaxing week at Yuquiyu at the beginning of March. We enjoyed the gorgeous views of the mountains, the river cascading below and the green all around with splashes of red hibiscus. The treehouses are well designed and fit in so well in the environment. We were seranaded by the sounds of the forest at night and were pleasantly surprised at the lack of mosquitoes! We appreciated the thoughtfulness of the staff who supplied us with fresh fruit for breakfast and have worked so diligently to plant and maintain the landscape. Although most trails were still closed in nearby El Yunque National Forest, some lovely cascades and pools were accessible. The people of Puerto Rico are working hard to recover from Hurricane Maria and now is a good time to support their efforts with your tourism. Beaches, restaurants are open and uncrowded.

Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank bloodrootfarm
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