El Yunque National Rainforest

Native Flower

Native Flower

Luscious Rainforest from the top of Yokahu Tower

Luscious Rainforest from the top of Yokahu Tower

Yokahu Tower

Yokahu Tower

Luscious Rainforest from the top of Yokahu Tower

Luscious Rainforest from the top of Yokahu Tower

La Mina Trail

La Mina Trail

Hiking to the La Mina Falls. 2.5kms return.

La MIna Falls

La MIna Falls

Very busy at La Mina Falls

Very busy at La Mina Falls

Grande Bano

Grande Bano

El Yunque National Rainforest is at Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. It covers 28,000 acres and receiving more than 200 inches of rain per year. If you love the nature and enjoy hiking, it’s worth a visit. We did the La Mina Trail which I think is an easy grade. It is narrow and paved and may require stepping off the paved track to let an oncoming traffic pass. Don’t wait to go for swim at La Mina Falls because it can get really packed when you get there unless you get there early. Go and swin at the water holes you will pass by. I think it would be more enjoyable than sharing the waterfall with a hundred and one tourists.

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