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We spent four nights here in mid-March and were so pleased with the beauty of our surroundings and the thoughtfulness of the cabin design and furnishings. Absolutely delightful. The host was helpful in suggesting trails and other nearby places of interest as well as recommending...More
My husband and I had the privilege of spending two glorious days and nights in Yuquiyú just as it reopened from a long post-hurricane hiatus. Martin was wonderfully accommodating during the booking process, and kept us up to date with everything going on at the...More
We just spent an incredibly relaxing week at Yuquiyu at the beginning of March. We enjoyed the gorgeous views of the mountains, the river cascading below and the green all around with splashes of red hibiscus. The treehouses are well designed and fit in so...More
This place was a piece of paradise. Everything was perfect and better than we could have envisioned. Waking up felt like we were a world apart and the sounds of nature truly culminated our senses with a feeling of peace and tranquility. From arrival with...More
We stayed at Yuquiyu at the beginning of September immediately following our wedding. My husband and I fell in LOVE with it! We're avid hikers and campers and were looking for something off of the beaten path for our honeymoon to Puerto Rico, and we...More
Response from YuquiyuFarm | Property representative |
The property faces southeast, is on a hill and receives the Trade Winds most of the time. The treehouses are made of wood (not heat-retaining cement), and with doors and windows on all four sides, there is abundant... More
The property faces southeast, is on a hill and receives the Trade Winds most of the time. The treehouses are made of wood (not heat-retaining cement), and with doors and windows on all four sides, there is abundant cross-ventilation. The two windows are 4' x 6', the entry door is 7' x 4' and the balcony door is 7' x 6'. All can be opened completely to allow the breeze to pass through. We also provide a Vornado floor fan. To answer your question about mosquitoes — there are few. I use Cutter Backwoods insect repellent, leave the doors and windows open and have no bites. The small number of mosquitoes is due largely to the lizards and singing tree frogs (coquis), which eat a lot of them. Maybe you'll notice one or two mosquitoes at night, not many. We provide two repellents – the CDC-recommended Cutter Backwoods, which has 25% DEET, and the Consumer Report's recommend Repel a natural repellent made from lemon and eucalyptus oil.