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Since el Yunque is the only national rainforest in the National Parks System, and I'd never seen a rain forest we went. It was great to walk through the different areas and the systems that were represented at different levels. We made a point to...More
My family of five recently had a tour with John. He picked us up from the hotel on time. We have a morning tour and after the tour he dropped us off at the beach of our choice. We cannot imagine a better tour guide...More
Wow! No mosquitoes (that we could see or feel, anyway, and we did not wear repellent!), beautiful scenery, clean, excellent trails, beautiful waterfalls (yes, you can swim in the pools under the falls!), and well-maintained roads. Plenty to see, and exquisitely beautiful. Very very enjoyable...More
El Yunque is a special place. Visiting a rainforest and seeing up close and personally the areas that are impacted by climate changes and civilization encroachment is very special. My first opportunity to visit a rainforest and I am happy I went. Lots of walking...More
My boyfriend and I rented a car so that we didn't have to pay for and take a tour bus to el yunque and thankfully we did since the tours were getting cancelled due to the tropical storm and the damage it had done. Despite...More
El Yunque is an amazing experience! It's about an hour's drive east of San Juan, and is well worth the drive. There are many trails to take, and the views are spectacular. You'll need to park alongside the road for many of the trails, as...More
Ready to Return, but only with John Druitt of Rubio Tours as our guide. El Yunque is an amazing phenomenon, period. John, though, made the phenomenal more so through his carefully planned excursion. We warned him that our party comprised two old women with arthritic...More