The La Mina waterfalls are located at the end of the Lamina trail, next to a river of the same name. It's a popular waterfall and trail because of its lush landscape, the smaller waterfalls along the way, and the impressive, picturesque 35-foot waterfall at the end. The higher you climb the Juan Diego Falls, the bigger the waterfall will be. You can't see the Juan Diego Falls from the road and they're not part of any guided trip, so there's an air of mystery and secrecy surrounding Juan Diego.
To get to them, you should park your car on the side of the road around kilometer 10 of PR 191 and watch for the sign. Salto Curet is one of the most striking settings in Maricao. You might know the east coast of Puerto Rico for its beautiful sunrises and stunning beaches. But, nestled in the mountains of Fajardo, is the beloved Charco Frío river and two natural waterfalls converted into water slides called Las Tinajas are part of that stream.
To get to Las Tinajas, you need an adventurous spirit, as you'll have to walk through and around some rocks, sometimes to the top. After a 20- to 25-minute walk, you'll find the first place in Las Tinajas, a deep and vast natural pool where you can swim and enjoy some small waterfalls in the ravine. If you continue upstream, you'll find a second pool where you can swim and slide down again and again. Discover Puerto Rico doesn't recommend jumping off high rocks or balancing on vines and ropes when visiting rivers and waterfalls.
This small feature makes it the perfect place to enjoy the Puerto Rican atmosphere while enjoying this picturesque fall. Because of the Puerto Rican tropical climate that lasts all year round, these waterfalls are also a perfect pastime to relax and cool off. These fantastic waterfalls offer a perfect opportunity for fun, excitement and excitement for locals who come from San Juan. Since both falls are considered to be the best waterfalls in Puerto Rico, people who visit one can easily cross the other off their wish list with no problem.
This is another of Puerto Rico's waterfalls found in the El Yunque rainforest, but is outside the official park area. What makes these falls worthy of this list is that they aren't as crowded, giving people the perfect opportunity to enjoy the Puerto Rican waterfall experience without noise or interruption. Toro Negro is also the highest cloud forest in Puerto Rico and has lots of vegetation, trails and the small Charco La Confessora waterfall. You can easily spend days, or even a week or two, exploring all of Puerto Rico's incredible swimming areas and waterfalls.
Like the Juan Diego Falls in El Yunque, it's a place with multiple waterfalls, and the higher you climb, the bigger the falls get. Puerto Rico has been transformed into a gastronomic paradise over the years, incorporating different influences and traditions to create delicious dishes and cocktails. The La Coca Falls, in the El Yunque National Forest, are arguably the most famous waterfalls in Puerto Rico, so they deserve the first place on this list. But, beyond the shores of Puerto Rico, you can find some of the most spectacular natural landscapes offered by the tropical island.
The La Canoa Falls are one of the hidden jewels found in the south of Puerto Rico, in the city of Rio Blanco.