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Covering 28,000 acres, and receiving more than 200 inches of rain per year, El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rain forest in the US Forest System. Noted for its biodiversity, the forest is home to more than 400 different plant species...more
Kind of expected to see tropical animals, and lots of insects. Really didn't see anything, just trees, and the tropical forest. Kind of boring. On the other note, Puerto Rico was/is dealing with the after affects of the hurricanes.
The MSC Seaside excursion description said this was a 4 1/2 hour tour, with a long bus ride to the rain forest. It didn't mention that this was ONLY a bus tour. After a 45 min ride we stopped at a souvenir shop for 1/2...More
We had a great time here. We did a short hike to some beautiful waterfalls. The scenery is amazing, the visitor center has many things to do and see, and the park overall has so much to explore. We were here for a 1/2 day...More
They are still clearing and repairing the roads and trails, but we found more than a days worth of fun. While the welcome center was still closed, the park ranger greeted us warmly and gave us a great description of what we could do. The...More
Great time hiking in the rain forest, learning about some of the vegetation, even the one imported by the conquistadores, finishing it with a swing/swim in a fresh water source/waterfall. It is not for the faint of heart, the walk is challenging, especially after the...More
As you may have read.. most of the forest is off limits due to hurricane damage.
Check out Angelitos Trail and you'll have a nice 20-30 minute hike.
At the end is a rope swing but it's in a terrible location...dangerous... and non sensical to...More
Yes. It is the most interesting forest and pretty mountain here, but I have to admit that maybe is not the best time for visiting it. By other hand, we have other interesting mountains and parks in the island. “Cerro Punta... More
Yes. It is the most interesting forest and pretty mountain here, but I have to admit that maybe is not the best time for visiting it. By other hand, we have other interesting mountains and parks in the island. “Cerro Punta” is our highest peak, located in Jayuya(central part of the Island). “Toro Negro”, and others are available. Mountain Zip Lines like “Toro Verde” should be tried.