Go early to beat the crowds. Wear shoes with grip as the trail and the rocks in La Mina are slippery.
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We, along with hundreds of other tourists, took the paved path to La Mina. The number of people was very overwhelming so we did not stay to splash in the falls. I felt like I was in the crowd at Fountain of Trevi in Italy....More
This was one of our many stops while hiking in the El Yunque Forest. we thought this was an easy hike. Beautiful waterfall, and their are others within the forest as well.
We came to Puerto Rico on a cruise and the excursions we choose to take was a trip to the El Yunque National Forest. The forest is an hour and a half ride from the docks but well worth the trip, especially the hike to...More
We stopped here while hiking the forest. It is not the tallest water fall I have ever seen but a beautiful site nevertheless.
We went with a couple of friends and our children ( ages 6, 8 10, and 11). It is a mild to medium hike into the rain forest. Great views and vegetation. You can hear the "coquis" signing as you walk.
Traveled with kids 8 & 10. We did the driving tour late afternoon (4:30) and were pretty much the only ones. It is defiantly cool and you can access Coco Falls from the road as well as the tower. There are pull off spot. NO...More
this was an OK waterfall, but there are more special walks in El Yunque that are often neglected in favor of this waterfall.
We had 2 car loads full so we chose to park one vehicle at the top and one at the bottom so that most of our walk was downhill. We passed several small waterfalls and when we arrived at La Mina Falls we got in...More
It was an easy hike to the falls and only took about 15 minutes or so to get down there. However, when we got there, about 60 other people were there. The falls are pretty but not all together that large and swimming wasn't really...More