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El Yunque

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Iramis Luz
Iramis Luz
May 5, 2020
Only tropical rain forest in the USA.
Natalia
Natalia
March 1, 2020
The El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rain forest in the national forest system. At nearly 29,000 acres, it is one of the smallest in size, yet one of the most biologically diverse of the national forests hosting hundreds of animal and plant species, some of which are found only here. …
Bill
Bill
February 24, 2020
Beautiful rainforest 10 minutes away from Rio Mar.
Maybelline
Maybelline
February 21, 2020
El Yunque National Forest is a tropical rainforest in northeastern Puerto Rico. From El Portal Visitor Center, a walkway winds through the surrounding treetops. Trails run to La Mina waterfall and Mount Britton, then up to the high-altitude dwarf forest. In the south are ancient petroglyphs, made by…
Andy
Andy
February 21, 2020
amazing for hiking and enjoying the waterfalls

El Yunque à travers des expériences Airbnb

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Beach
“Beautiful beach but it is not in the main land. You must take a ferry from Luquillo. If any extra time will be a great place to visit. It will be a whole day event. The ferri will leave very early and return back in the afternoon. There are places to eat but you can bring your own food and beverages. I highly recommended in extra time since the it is one of the best beaches in PR.”
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“This local favorite serves traditional criollo plates like a whole chillo frito (fried snapper) and delicious conch salad with pana tostones. Delic!”
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“If you like bird watching, hiking, kayaking or riding a bike this is a great place to visit.”
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Emplacement
Río Grande, 00745