Guánica Dry Forest
Guánica, Puerto Rico
The Guanica Dry Forest is considered the best preserved dry forest in the Caribbean. It is a forest where you walk a lot and under a lot of heat. For this reason we recommend bringing plenty of water, light clothing and sunscreen. Once in the forest entrance, talk to the staff of the Department of Natural Resources (DRNA) and let them know how long you want to spend in the woods and the physical condition of the group. Depending on your peculiarities, they will recommend a trip. We urge to follow his instructions to avoid any misadventures. The main roads are labeled at its entrance, but then they have no labels. Among the most popular trails are: Fort Caprón Trail, Cave Trail, El Vigía Trail. If you want to ride a bike, ask DRNA staff in which trails their use is permitted. The entrance to the forest is free and it has parking and restrooms. The forest is open from Sunday to Monday from 8-5.