El Yunque National Forest

Forest, Mountain, and Trail
Río Grande
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  • Gabriel R.
    "La Mina is a great waterfall and the entire park is breathtaking."(9 Tips)
    James C.
    "Not a bad hike, and the views are amazing!"(24 Tips)
    Jaime B.
    "Breathtaking scenic views, awesome rivers, great rainforest!"(13 Tips)
    The Ritz-Carlton
    "only tropical rain forest in the US"(2 Tips)
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  • Nancy T.
    Nancy Thompson1 week ago
    Great place to see rainforests up close - good trails to walk through
  • Nancy T.
    Nancy Thompson1 week ago
    Great place to see rainforests with good trails!!
  • Tamara R.
    Tamara RiveraOctober 17
    Bring fruit and snacks to sit and enjoy! Pack extra clothes in a dry bag.
  • Deborah J.
    Excellent!
  • Esther S.
    Esther SuhJune 11
    Take a few pics for the insta, but then put your phone away and take in all the beautiful green and lush nature around you. Don't be scared off by the rain, it makes the hike even better and special
  • Luiso H.
    Luiso HernandezFebruary 20
    Nice hiking! Beautiful views
  • Noah A.
    Noah AdamsFebruary 20
    Amazing! Take the trail to La Mina falls. It's all free if you avoid the visitor center.
  • Tonya B.
    Tonya BabichFebruary 18
    Go to the El Yunque peak. It is definitely worth the time and effort! The view is incredible!
  • Anna S.
    Anna SellemFebruary 15
    The trails are really well documented and designed. You don't necessarily need sneakers all the time for easy/moderate trail. Appropriate for any ages!
  • henry b.
    henry bakerFebruary 3
    very beautiful, too many tourists
  • Dave H.
    Dave HoltzJanuary 19
    The El Yunque trail is fun - not as difficult as advertised.
  • Jason W.
    Jason WoodardJanuary 13
    Great walks in the Jungle. Look for Juan Diego Falls—off the tourist path.
  • La G.
    La GrillaJanuary 12
    Puente Roto, cold water river coming from the rain forest.
  • La G.
    La GrillaJanuary 12
    Visited El Yunque again today! This time we went to Puente Roto, the cold river with huge boulders in it! Super cold water, crystal clear! Zip lining is also available. Best place to visit ever!!!
  • Mario .
    Mario 🌮December 31, 2015
    Bring a Rain Jacket or Poncho....it's a RAINforest.
  • Amandeep G.
    Amandeep GillDecember 24, 2015
    Did the hiking trail to the waterfall - very pretty and work the hike! Definitely take swimwear.
  • Mohammad J.
    Mohammad JavaidDecember 12, 2015
    La Mina falls is much better than La Coca. The hike on the big tree trail isn't too steep. Good for first timers and youngsters or elders.
  • Yessenia I.
    Yessenia IniguezNovember 27, 2015
    The food stand they have! Amazing empañadas
  • Yessenia I.
    Yessenia IniguezNovember 27, 2015
    Everything!
  • Gabriel R.
    Gabriel Ruas Santos-RochaNovember 13, 2015
    La Mina is a great waterfall and the entire park is breathtaking. Be ready to sweat and walk a lot. Bring water.
  • Jessica W.
    Jessica WestSeptember 18, 2015
    Louie's VIP yours is the way to go! Easy hike/walk in and out to the falls, great views!
  • Jaime B.
    Jaime BabiloniaAugust 30, 2015
    Breathtaking scenic views, awesome rivers, great rainforest!
  • La G.
    La GrillaAugust 29, 2015
    Great hiking! The waterfalls are picturesque! Great for couples and families too!
  • Kate S.
    Kate SchwartzAugust 27, 2015
    Make sure you have your trail shoes on. Leave flip flops at home
  • Jess L.
    Jess LAugust 7, 2015
    So beautiful!! Had a great time lived swimming there and the water was so pretty.
  • Victoria
    VictoriaJuly 18, 2015
    Love it !! So peaceful,the most beautiful thing I ever seem 😍😍😍
  • Nate F.
    Nate FolkertMay 19, 2015
    palo colorado trees rot hollow inside as they age even as the tree still grows and lives, forming some of the most valuable real estate for the denizens of the rainforest
  • David P.
    David PowlowskiMay 16, 2015
    It's natural.
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    hMay 13, 2015
    Bring water shows!! Rocks are slippery at la Mina 😯
  • Daniel M.
    Daniel McDonoughMarch 2, 2015
    Def make the hike into La Mina falls. It's about 25 mins each way but totally worth it. The water is cold so bring a towel to dry off after. Wear sneakers.
  • Amol K.
    Amol KFebruary 1, 2015
    It's a RAINforest. Plan accordingly.
  • Maria Relea
    Maria ReleaDecember 22, 2014
    Natural park, what more can I say. Simply beautiful!
  • travelFREAK
    travelFREAKDecember 14, 2014
    Most of the stops are and typical attractions along the road are pretty underwhelming. Drive as far as you can up the mountain and do the 0.8 mi Mt. Britton Tower hike for 360 degree views!
  • Francis U.
    Francis UdlerOctober 15, 2014
    Do not recommend specially as in an organized trip. If interested drive directly to waterfall. Not true hike as all path is paved.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonSeptember 9, 2014
    The only tropical rain forest in the US, El Yunque National Forest has some of the best hiking trails and camping spots in the region. Don't forget to take a refreshing dip in the waterfall pool.
  • Floyd G.
    Floyd GreenwoodSeptember 9, 2014
    Amazing trails. And waterfall was worth it!!
  • Alex C.
    Alex CavoulacosJuly 22, 2014
    If you already know where you want to hike, go straight past the welcome center to skip the fee!
  • Carla W.
    Carla WilliamsMay 21, 2014
    Beautiful waterfalls and flowers. Can't forget the parrots
  • Rosa💛 {.
    We almost got lost, we had seniors in our group and the tour guide didnt wait for them pretty sad
  • Ezra N.
    Ezra NelsonApril 7, 2014
    Bring a rain jacket and hiking boots! Highway not open on weekdays!
  • Susan W.
    Susan WilliamsMarch 20, 2014
    Take a dip at the waterfall! It's cold but you quickly get used to it :)
  • jill m.
    jill millerMarch 4, 2014
    Unless you hike on the regular--make two day trips instead of one long day. Bring a poncho--you will get wet at some point.
  • Samuel M.
    Samuel MuñizFebruary 28, 2014
    The climb to the original tower can be pretty challenging, but so worth it!
  • Faviola S.
    Faviola S.February 7, 2014
    A wonderful place for tourist and Puerto Ricans to have an adventurous day. Bring good tennis shoes, because you'll be walking and climbing most of the time.
  • Out of Service
    Out of ServiceJanuary 27, 2014
    Simple Awesome! #natureporn
  • Neysa C.
    Neysa ChasenJanuary 11, 2014
    Wear good walking or hiking shoes and bring a raincoat. Expect short lived heavy downpours, followed by hot sun.
  • Ktig
    KtigJanuary 9, 2014
    Disappointing trough of tourists. Would be much more exciting with fewer people and some unpaved trails
  • Sarah J.
    Sarah JohnsonDecember 22, 2013
    Great views at the lookout tower!
  • Ammaro
    AmmaroDecember 20, 2013
    Don't do the short half day tour, they'll only take you along the main paths and you won't see much. Take the longer tours that go into the forest itself and find yourself a waterfall to swim in!
  • C.Melissa F.
    Hiking, camping, swiming. Awesome
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