|As part of our commitment with the region and El Yunque National Forest, from day one, we joined Forest Service staff and the citizen´s
collaborative group who worked together with Forest staff in the revision of the new management plan of the Forest.
|Since 2000 we have been volunteers of the Xmas Bird Count at El Yunque National Forest. In 2012 the Puerto Rican Association of
Interpretation & Education (APIE) hosted two workshops (Interpretive Tour Guide Certification) at El Yunque. For the past three years, APIE
has been active as a volunteer of Fundación Amigos de El Yunque celebration of the International Forest Day. In 2018 we will be offering
talks, kid´s activities, and teacher´s training at the new El Portalito Hub as part of the Caribbean Bird Festival (April 22 - May 22).
|Interpretive Tour Guide Certification
|If what you are looking is not listed here, drop us an email at your convenience.
|Due to the number of people visiting El Yunque National Forest during the Holy Week/Weekend (Wednesday through Sunday, including
Good Friday and Easter) and the month of July, we DO NOT OFFER tours to El Yunque other than the Night Hike and/or Ancestral Areyto.
Access to the Forest is limited and we cannot guarantee the quality during those days.
OFFICE HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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|Celebrating 20 years in
the East region!
|Connecting people with the Healing Forest
New permits were granted by the US Forest
Service after hurricanes Irma and María. Due to
the impact of both hurricanes, limited access
for the public is allowed as follows:
Road 988 (east)
Road 191 (north)
--Up to La Coca Falls
Road 966 (west)
--Alternate road to the Forest
Road 186 (west)
-- El Toro Trail (not for business)
As Forest Service is working on the repair of
Road 191, there is a possibility that access will
be allowed in the Summer up to Yocahú Tower
|RÍO GRANDE TOURS & TRANSPORTATION
|For our tours to El Yunque, please visit this link. For other tours, please visit our Individual/Solo Traveler or Extended Families/Groups
sections. Pick-up / drop-off available from selected hotels.
El Yunque National Forest
-- Birding Trip, Night Owling
-- El Yunque Hidden Wonders
-- Yunque Nights
-- The Hybrid
-- El Yunque EcoTour
Delicious Food Tours