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Nature Preserve

Campamento Piñones

50 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

February 12, 2020
Lots of Kiosk with Local street food
January 31, 2020
Puerto Rico's largest mangrove forest. Native Afro-Caribbean food offers an exquisite taste. Nearby is the beach where you can feel the warm waters and also you can explore nature and the cultural experience only Piñones area can offer.
January 30, 2020
Best fritters: Bacalaitos, Alcapurrias, Pastelillos, Piononos, etc. Try them with out national beer: Medalla.
Pedro A
Pedro A
January 26, 2020
Piñones is a protected undeveloped beach and natural wild life area, very popular among locals because of it's kiosks that offer sea food including the famous bacalaítos and crab alcapurrias. At mile 8 from the Yatch Club bridge at the entrance, will see Vacía Talega beach, which is excelent…
January 22, 2020
Piñones has everything you need for a fun day at the beach. You'll find multiple kiosks on the route where you can grab something to eat and drink. It has multiple beach spots that you can enjoy and walk on the side of the beach.

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“Route 191 leads to the main entrance that anyone with a rental car can drive on their own, consult with park rangers and viewing the trailhead maps for casual hiking trails. However, its hidden secrets would involve smooth Natural waterslides, Ropeswings, epic heart-thumping Jumps, Waterfalls into deep swimmable waterholes and other backwoods shenanigans are best done with a guide. Janice and I have daily departures from our Airbnb to the backwoods experiences. This forest is on almost everyone's PR bucket list. You will get rained on in the Rainforest! If you drive to the top of the mountain, it can be chilly in winter months. You will hike through dense misty foggy cloud-capped elevations. You will be lucky to sneak a peek at the panoramic views. The flora and fauna are gorgeous and the elevated part boasts its own set of grand waterfalls and natural features. ”
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