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Guanica Dry Forest, Guanica

Categories: Forests, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Discover the natural beauty of Puerto Rico at Guanica Dry Forest. The nature reserve features 12 trails, which lead you past small limestone caves, up to forts, and through both dry and evergreen vegetation. As you make your way through the forest, notice local plant life, such as cactuses and other dry-weather vegetation. Find tropical beaches located on the fringe of the nature reserve, which sits on the island’s south coast. Use our Guanica itinerary builder to add Guanica Dry Forest and other attractions to your Guanica vacation plans.
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  • Take a boat out to Gilligans Island, see massive Iguana's, and lots of ocean life! Snorkel the groves, and bring food! Everyone pays local music and eats all day! It's a true Caribbean feel. 
  • We have been many times at the Guanica dry forest, which one can explore depending on own fitness. We have been at the bat caves (difficult to find), have walked the regular paths or just walked furth...  read more »
  • Yesterday I had the opportunity to visit the forest, my experience was a super good. I loved the variety of vegetation that there is located. We walked for 1 hour 30 minutes and had to tack the children. In general the forest is beautiful but obviously makes much heat which recommend the use of clothes light, blocking solar and carry much water. My recommendation would be that water sources can be installed for the public in the various gazebos that are.
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