Monday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PMOpen now
About the business
El Yunque National Forest - Home
Reviews for El Yunque National Forest
Be the first to write a review for El Yunque National Forest. Start your review today
Recent Google Reviews
Sarah Kohl said 4 years ago
This National Park is a bit unlike the ones in the continental united states. People crawl all over the natural wonders and sometimes get lost for days hiking off the trails. It's still a beautiful place to visit.
Chris Booker said 4 years ago
Only rainforest in the US/US territory. Gorgeous views, plant life, and wildlife. Waterfalls are spectacular and can drive through most of it. Staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. You can swim at the end of a waterfall with only a short hike. Pictures/picture opportunities are frame and postcard worthy.
Kristin Jokela said 4 years ago
Beautiful! We went on a guided tour. It was a clear day and we got some beautiful views. Nice hiking, nice waterfalls. A bit busy but it was spring break so it's to be expected.
Carlos Rivera said 4 years ago
Love Hiking in El Yunque Trails. If you are going to do so please bring plenty of water and comfortable Clothes and good shoes. You want find mosquitoes so please don't wear any repellent. Stay on the Trails and you wont have any issues. Have fun!
Tania Rivera said 4 years ago
Gorgeous views throughout and a few great little spots to eat and shop along the main road, loved the tower view, bring quarters up with you if you'd like to take advantage of the binocular machine, the trail to La Mina Falls (Big Tree Trail) didn't make it anymore spectacular, I'm OK with just the one time experience, it was very narrow and slippery and pretty dangerous at some points, absolutely wear full on hiking gear if you insist on seeing it for yourself.
Latest News Headlines
A photographic journey shows how ‘Bibi’ put his stamp on Israel — through his toughness and the search for security in an unstable region.
Paul Murdaugh, found dead with his mother last week in an apparent double homicide, was awaiting trial tied to the 2019 death of a 19-year-old in a boating accident.
The drought that has hit the western United States for years is getting worse. Last week the federal government declared what's called an "exceptional drought" for much of the region. New York Times climate reporter Henry Fountain joins CBSN with more.
Bad news for Slurpee fans: 7-Eleven Day is canceled for the second year in a row. But the good news is you can still get a free Slurpee any day in July.
The highly accurate ceiling-mounted sensor takes as few as 15 minutes to raise a coronavirus alarm, says development firm RoboScientific.