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We hiked to the waterfall in the afternoon after hiking up to the peak and back down. I would recommend hiking to the waterfall first thing in order to avoid the crowds. By the time we made it to the waterfall there were a ton...More
Had a chance to get in the falls and relax. The water was perfect. Of course we where hot from the hike and the water cooled us down. Certain areas of the falls can be deep so tread carefully. Other areas had rocks underneath the...More
While visiting El Yunque you must experience this trail! Take a dip in the waterfall and the ponds. Wear running clothes that dry easy - there is no where to change and wearing bathing suit under clothes is difficult to maneuver on the rocks. Only...More
Great hike so long as you are in ok physical condition. Although you can bathe in the water surrounding the waterfall, the waterfall itself can be dangerous, so approach with caution. In my opinion, young children (under 12ish) should not swim to it and even...More
The Mina Trail is fully cleared and paved, making it a nice hike for the inexperienced or those who don't want anything technically challenging. The paving stones, however, can get very slippery, especially in the rain, so be prepared and wear reasonable hiking shoes. It's...More