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  • El Yunque National Forest, formerly known as the Caribbean National Forest,is a forest located in northeastern Puerto Rico. It is the only tropical rain forest in the United States National Forest System.The forest is commonly known as El Yunque, which may be attributed to either a Spanish approximation of the aboriginal Taíno word yu-ke which means "white lands", or the word "anvil," which is yunque in Spanish. The second-tallest mountain within El Yunque is also named El Yunque. El Yunque National Rainforest is located on the slopes of the Sierra de Luquillo mountains, encompassing 28,000 acres (43.753 mi2or 113.32 km2) of land, making it the largest block of public land in Puerto Rico. El Toro, the highest mountain peak in the forest rises 1,065 metres (3,494 ft) above sea level. Ample rainfall (over 20 inches a year in some areas) creates a jungle-like setting — lush foliage, crags, waterfalls, and rivers are a prevalent sight. The forest has a number of trails from which the jungle-like territory's flora and fauna can be appreciated. El Yunque is also renowned for its unique Taíno petroglyphs. An executive order signed by President George W. Bush on 2 April 2007 changed the name of the Caribbean National Forest to El Yunque National Forest, better reflecting the cultural and historical feelings of the Puerto Rican people. Flora  El Yunque is composed of four different forest vegetation areas: Tabonuco Forest, Palo Colorado Forest, Sierra Palm Forest, and Dwarf Forest. The following image shows the green wilderness of El Yunque from one of its peaks; Pico El Yunque. Fauna Approximately 16 species of common coqui, members of the diverse neotropical frog genus Eleutherodactylus, are known on Puerto Rico. Of these 16, 13 have been found in El Yunque National Forest. This small frog earned its Puerto Rican common name due to the call of the most common coquí species on Puerto Rico, Eleutherodactylus coqui, which begins as the sun sets and ends in early dawn. This has made it an animal of great endearment to Puerto Ricans. Although the coquí is an amphibian, it possesses some features that are unusual in frogs. These differences are seen mainly in its morphology, reproduction, and developmental stages. In terms of morphology, the coquí does not have webbing between its toes because it is a tree dweller in moist environments. Another significant difference is that it does not have a definite larval stage, and the eggs laid by the female are terrestrial instead of aquatic.This means that a miniature frog-let, rather than a tadpole, arises from the incubation period. Hours of Operation Monday: 7:30am - 6pm Tuesday: 7:30am - 6pm Wednesday: 7:30am - 6pm Thursday: 7:30am - 6pm Friday: 7:30am - 6pm Saturday: 7:30am - 6pm Sunday: 7:30am - 6pm
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  • Be ready to be wowed as soon as you enter this wondrous natural attraction, tucked into the karst region of the north coast.  Rio Camuy Cave formally named Parque Las Cavernas del Rio Camuy, designated the First Natural Delight of Puerto is “one of the world’s largest cave networks”.  This is an excellent day trip just about 1 hour an 20 minute drive from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Rio Camuy This cave is the third largest underground cave system in the world, Rio Camuy runs through it.  The main part of the cavern is massive, with a ceiling over 10 stories high.  Photos can’t capture the beauty of this world class  wonder, Camuy River Cave Park is among the top ten attractions you can’t miss in Puerto Rico.  Parques Nacionales (Puerto Rico National Parks) manages this 300 acre park, offering walking tours in both English & Spanish, through this enormous cave.  This day will be part of one of the best day trips you can enjoy during your vacation in Puerto Rico, see our Puerto Rico North Region Attractions guide to see the suggested itinerary. Visiting Tips 
    • Arrive before 10am
    • Dress in comfortable clothing, bring an additional shirt just in case you get wet during the tour.
    • Wear non-slip closed toe shoes. Although you’ll be walking on concrete walkway through the cavern, it is uneven and wet.
    • Last trolley goes out at 3:30, weather permitting.  Give yourself enough time to buy tickets and make it for the last group so you don’t waste a trip. Get there no later than 3pm and that’s cutting it close.
    • Please Note: There are some travel guides published that state you’ll visit the underground river, this is not accurate information. The river is underground and not accessible to the public.  In the town of Utuado, there are some tour companies that will take you the Tanama River, where you can go rappelling, caving and tubbing on the underground river.
    The Rio Camuy Cavern Tour  You will be given a set of headphones, available in Spanish and English. Your tour begins with a fun trolley ride down the steep rolling mountainside that children will love.  The adventure begins as the trolley zig zags down the mountainside, deep down to the cave entrance where the amazement of the cavern awaits.  You’ll wish the ride took longer…the temperature gets cooler as you drop down into the nest of the mountain covered with lush greens that glisten to the rays of the sun. Hours of Operation Monday: Closed Tuesday: Closed Wednesday: 8am - 3:30pm Thursday: 8am - 3:30pm Friday: 8am - 3:30pm Saturday: 8am - 3:30pm Sunday: 8am - 3:30pm
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  • La Playa la Cueva Del Indio está localizada en la carretera #681, muy cerca de la Estatua de Colon. Es una playa peligrosa por sus fuertes corrientes, por tal razón no es recomendada para bañistas. Pero es muy frecuentada por surfers o practicantes de deportes similares por sus olas. La erosión ha causado que esta playa pierda gran parte de su arena, pero todavía quedan áreas donde uno puede disfrutar del sol mientras ve a los surfers. El estacionamiento es limitado a la orilla de la carretera. Beach  Public - Surf Places nearby Estatua de la libertad, Cueva del Indio, Cueva Ventana, Arecibo Lighthouse and Historical Park, Zanja Fría, Dos Bocas, Estatua de Cristóbal Colón Hours of Operation Monday - Sunday : 9am - 5pm
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