Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the El Yunque Rainforest Hiking from San Juan. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This was an experience of a lifetime. It rained twice on our hike but that just added to the experience. Our guide was wonderful and knowledgeable! I'd do it again!!!
Highly recommended. The rainforest was great and tour guide was very informative.
A nice tour, although I felt "hiking" was a bit overstated - there are some steep parts, but it's 0.7 miles along a paved path so not at all difficult. The falls were nice, although quite crowded.
The tour was well organized and we loved our tour guide! A few words of advice to future visitors....... ask your driver to go straight to the big waterfall first - this is what our guide did, and helped to avoid the mass o people who come but who stop at other sights on the way, at least reducing the number of people in the falls at a time and on the trails. Bring water shoes to wear - it is a rocky entry and slippery. It is a beautiful hike, but we were just a bit disappointed to find that the "trail" is mostly paved and not natural. Our guide took us outside the rainforest for lunch, and did not recommend the two restaurants inside the rainforest. It was a pleasant way to spend the day!
Our guide was on time, friendly, knowledgeable, fun. The tour was interesting and well-planned. Recommended highly.
Guide seemed very knowledgeable about forest, but he did not accompany us on our hike. I would have liked to learn more about life in the forest. Also, we were too rushed. I wanted to spend more time absorbing the beauty of the place, but everyone else was way ahead of me in order to meet guide's timeline.
The rainforest was so pretty and Tony was very knowledgeable. Had a great time. :D
Tony was a wonderful guide and was very flexible when we chose to stay longer in one spot and less time in another.
Definitely request to be on the tour with Robert G (unfortunately we cannot remember his last name). He is extremely knowledgeable about PR political and geographical history. The hike is very easy until the very last 5 minutes or so and the falls are beautiful! We enjoyed it so much.
The tour was fun and well guided. It was definitely a hike especially on the way out. The downside was the recommendation that every stopped to eat on the way back together. This puts the people who don't wish to in a difficult position.
It was a great experience; Tony the guide was extremely knowledgeable, accomodating, courteous, and made the trip a lot of fun. It would be nice if the trip had more hiking in it, but overall, it was a great way to see and experience El Yunque.
The rainforest hike was nice but the waterfall was great. I'd recommend water shoes since walking on the rocks hurt your feet.
It's about on hour trip in the van from the Ritz, but Tony tried to fill the void with area facts.
The big thing I didn't like, we paid for a full day trip but was back at the hotel by 1pm? We had 30 minutes at the falls, which could of been longer, since what's the rush?
Overall the trip was good. Our guide Cruze was very knowledgeable about the area and plant life. The only negative is that we stopped at a restaurant outside the park and the food was good but the prices were really high for rice beans and chicken. We also had to wait on our guide to stop socializing so we could leave the restaurant.