Idiomas da excursão
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When you arrive at the 28,000-acre (11,330-hectare) forest, which reaches an elevation of 3,624 feet (1,105 meters), begin your hike with your guide, who tells you about the area's natural history. Learn about a variety of subjects, from medicinal and toxic plant identification to geology, ecology, pre-Colombian island history, native wildlife, and survival tips. The area receives more than 100 billion gallons of rainfall each year, coming in brief rainbow showers that end almost as soon as they begin.
El Yunque was first set aside for protection by Spain in 1876, making it one of the first natural reserves in the western hemisphere. Now managed by the US Forest Service, it's home to peaks, escarpments, streams, waterfalls, and verdant vegetation that represents different forest types, creating a biodiversity paradise.
During your hiking tour, walk along short trails and explore the different forest zones. Visit an observation tower for a 360-degree of the landscape and Atlantic Ocean, including some of the Virgin Islands, and hike to a set of waterfalls inside the forest along a single-track trail. You can cool off with a dip in the refreshing water.
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La Mina Waterfall
- National park fees
- Bottled water
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (recommended)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Dress code: Active wear (including bathing suit under clothes)
- A moderate amount of walking is involved; longest trail is 55 minutes
- Not wheelchair accessible