William’s Pizza Map Lunch.
Important note: Due to damage to roads and trails caused by Hurricane Maria, the main part of El Yunque National Forest is open only up to La Coca Falls, 18 minutes from Yuquiyú (you can view the waterfall, but the trail to natural pools is not open). To the west, the Río Espíritu Santo Waterfall and natural pools are 15 minutes from the property. El Toro Trail is 49 minutes away. To the east, the Angelito Trail to a natural pool is 31 minutes away, On the way, take a walk along the Río Mameyes at Puente Roto (Km 2.7 on PR-988).
Moderately difficult but uncrowded. As you head up PR 191, park on the left side of the road just beyond the Km 9.8 marker (the above article incorrectly states “Km 9.5”). Continue to the second river on the right side of the road, where the trail begins.
Hike to Jungle Rivers & Waterfalls on La Coca Trail Map
Moderately difficult but uncrowded.
Moderately easy and uncrowded except on weekends and holidays
Easy but usually crowded.
Easy and not crowded. Leads to Roca El Yunque, the highest point on El Yunque Peak, which offers a 360° view of the island.
Easy hike to natural pools.
Moderately difficult hike of two to three hours each way.
Recommended kayaking companies (advance reservations are highly recommended)
Recommended electric boating companies (advance reservations are highly recommended)
Old San Juan
- Café Cuatro Sombras Map Breakfast and lunch.
- Marmalade Map Dinner.
- Verde Mesa Map Lunch and dinner.
- St. Germain Bistro & Café Map Sunday brunch, lunch and dinner.
- Casa Cortes Chocobar Map Breakfast and lunch.
- Where San Juan’s Top Chefs Eat Every Meal Map
- Other restaurants in Old San Juan Map