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First of all, if 70 other 5 star reviews aren’t enough to convince you, I don’t know what to say.
This place is incredible. There are no words to describe the feeling of staying here- from Martin’s generosity and hospitality to the views of El...More
Photographs and narratives cannot accurately describe the energy this secret spot exercises upon its guests...
Echoing the accurately and wonderfully drafted reviews on this page, we’ll only add a warm and heartfelt “Thank You” to Martin and his attentive assistant Chris.
Thank You for carrying...More
We absolutely loved our stay in Yuquiyú. It’s a special place on Earth. Here, you’ll deeply reconnect with yourself and simply realize a lot of things that no longer serves you from your life, refocusing on what truly matters. The sounds and storms at night...More
Cannot say enough about the beauty and hospitality of Martin and Yuquiyu tree houses. It far exceeded our expectations and the Rain forest of main land PR is regaining so much lusciousness and beauty after the hurricanes. Treat yourself to the experience of a life...More
The Yuquiyu experience was unlike anything I've ever experienced. The pictures don't do it justice. Waking up to a view so beautiful and pure provides peace for the mind. I would highly recommend to any adventurers looking for a taste of tranquility.
Thank you Martin!
Yuquiyú is a rustic retreat in the foothills of Puerto Rico’s El Yunque rainforest. We are a glamorous camping, or “glamping,” destination that offers artisan-crafted treehouses with a balcony, designer …Morefurnishings, a granite kitchenette and a slate bath. Surrounded by a tropical garden with a cascading river, each treehouse has an iconic view of El Yunque Peak. From Yuquiyú, it is just fifteen minutes to the heart of El Yunque rainforest, twenty minutes to famed Luquillo Beach and thirty-five minutes to Old San Juan. With one of our treehouses as your base, you can discover the rainforest, multi-hued beaches, sea turtle nesting sites, coral reefs, a bioluminescent lagoon, ancient petroglyphs, a Spanish colonial city and Culebra Island. Our rate for La Cara de Indio is $175 per night, for La Cascada is $200 per night and for El Mirador is $225 per night. Tax adds 7%. The minimum stay is two consecutive nights. Each treehouse is suitable for a couple or a solo traveler without ch Less
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.