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El Yunque
National Forest
El Yunque is a subtropical rain forest and one of our reserves that are recognized by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1976 as Biosphere Reserve.

El Yunque is classified into four main ecosystems: subtropical low montane rainforest, subtropical low montane moist forest, subtropical rainforests and
subtropical moist forest.

$60

The trip will be available the following days: Sunday July 15, Monday July 16 and Thursday July 19. There is a limit of 100 people per day.

Ticket include: transportation, lunch and beverage.

Rio Abajo State Forest Río Abajo Forest is situated in Arecibo and Utuado, two towns in the north of Puerto Rico. Its territory is located in one of the karst zones of Puerto Rico with an irregular topography that consist of underground drains, caves, sinkholes and mogotes (steep-sided hills). Most of the forest is classified as subtropical wet forest with a small portion of subtropical moist forest. The forest is administrated by Puerto Rico Department of Natural and Environmental Resources.

$55

The trip will be available the following days: Sunday July 15, Monday July 16 and Thursday July 19. There is a limit of 100 people per day.

Ticket include: transportation, lunch and beverage.

Carite State Forest Carite State Forest is located directly south of the city of San Juan, and is about an hour drive from the city. This state forest is over 6,000 acres in size and is a dense humid forest known for its dwarf forest filled with Caribbean pine trees. The Charco Azul Recreational Area includes a 10 foot waterfall with a natural pool below. You can swim in its cool blue waters, which are fed by two small streams.

$50

The trip will be available the following days: Sunday July 15, Monday July 16 and Thursday July 19. There is a limit of 100 people per day.

Bring your bathing suit.

Ticket include: transportation, lunch and beverage.