Things to do in Jayuya

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Things to Do in Jayuya

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  • Kristi
    Tampa, FL3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful!! The mountain roads made getting there is a bit of a challenge but well worth it! The views are amazing. Unless you are highly skilled with a stick shift, an automatic transmission car is recommended.
    Written March 8, 2024
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  • jsantiagoclaudio
    Bayamon, Puerto Rico257 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very well kept museum, good history of Spanish Puerto Rican roots, good parking and very nice cineary. Small but a lot of history, perfect price for museum, nice place to visit
    Written May 23, 2021
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  • jsantiagoclaudio
    Bayamon, Puerto Rico257 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very nice,well kept Indian museum in Puerto Rico,very nice and peaceful with nice parking and restaurants. Nice native places and native artifacts...
    Written May 23, 2021
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  • Hrothmir
    Smyrna, GA200 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We enjoyed the short walk up to and vista from Cerro de Punta.

    Google searching "Cerro de Punta Trailhead" gets you to the right parking lot for the walk.

    If this is your first time driving in PR, be prepared: The mountain roads are very narrow (1.5 cars wide but two directions); roads can be in very poor condition; animals (dogs, chickens, iguanas) dart out into the road; and the words Puerto Ricans themselves use to describe their fellow drivers is very unflattering. When we went, PR-143, the road approaching Cerro de Punta from the W was in poor condition. However PR-149, the road we used to leave Cerro de Punta to the East, was in MUCH better condition - a less stressful drive. If heading there from the Ponce area, I would strongly recommend the PR-149 route - unless locals indicate PR-143 (West of Cerro de Punta) has been improved.

    If going to / leaving from Cerro de Punta via PR-149, consider stopping at Cascada/Chorro Dona Juana as it's only a short detour.
    Written April 1, 2023
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  • amghco
    Las Piedras, Puerto Rico234 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This park is child oriented. Have a mini golf, small water park (perfect for children), game room, a guided tour thru an animal museum (I don't think is offered in english), and the principal atraction, the 5D movie theater with a lovely presentation for the whole family.
    You can combine a visit to this park with the bowling alley "Tu Bolera
    Jayuya" and have fun for a entire day without leaving the town.
    Keep in mind that could be a little expensive for large families.
    Written January 17, 2017
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  • Dayna
    244 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    As reviewed on Google and AllTrails, this hike is difficult and for advanced hikers. It is 2.8 miles from the start of the trail to the top and then 2.8 miles back to the car. The incline is steady 45-60+ degrees with many parts requiring use of ropes that are installed there already. I am an active 35+ year old person and I found it to be intense. Going up needed to stop and rest multiple times. Not many places to sit and break, just put my foot on a high rock and doubled over to catch my breath haha. I have never fallen before and I fell multiple times on this hike. Conditioned for the island we’re great that day, mud to be expected in the tropics. The ropes were fun at first but then never seemed like they were going to end. The peak at the top was amazing and totally worth the trek. Coming back down was east on the cardio but was really dangerous if you didn’t pay attention and properly use the ropes. One slip and down the mountain without control over jagged rocks you go! Or without loosening your grip at the right time, you could easily get rope burn. Going up took us 2.5 hours and down 1.5 hours. I was so happy to do (and survive) this hike! Went home with bruises and scrapes galore. An adventurist’s delight!
    Written January 28, 2023
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