Juan Diego Waterfall situated in El Yunque National Forest is one of the most visited waterfalls in Puerto Rico because of its short trails and series of falls. The first waterfall in the series is the most accessible whereas the hike to the second falls being slippery and dangerous is not recommended for beginners as well as kids.
Gozalandia is also known as Las Cataratas or El Roble Waterfall which is one of the secret waterfalls of Puerto Rico and is located to the north of San Sebastián town. It is popular for its natural pool at the foot of the falls with deep and clean waters which attracts many tourists for swimming.
Las Delicias waterfall situated at a one and half hours drive from San Juan or one hour from Ponce is one of the popular falls in the Bosque Estatal de Tres Picachos in Ciales. The falls are easily seen through roads and can also be reached by a walk through the steps.
Las Tinajas waterfall is one of the best adventurous waterfalls in Puerto Rico for its risky hike and swift currents. The trail from the river base to reach the falls is a bit dangerous because of its slippery rocks. The lower section of the waterfall has a deep pool with a rope swing which is the best spot for kids to enjoy whereas the main part of the waterfall at the end requires a good hiking skill.
Rio La Planta or Chorros La Planta is one of the most visited waterfalls in Arecibo by locals on weekends for a family picnic in Puerto Rico. It is also an easily accessible spot to be listed by the visitors while travelling to any other places in Arecibo.
La Mina Waterfall is also known as Cascada La Mina is one of the best waterfalls in Puerto Rico for its two trails that is the La Mina trail and the Big Tree Trail. Covered by 29,000 acres of greenery, the trail follows the La Mina River and is also the shortest trail in Puerto Rico.
The La Coca Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in Puerto Rico which is situated just beside the road and easily accessible in El Yunque National Park that attracts many tourists and locals each year. Located to the east of San Juan, the spectacular 85 feet waterfall is also known for its La Coca trail among the locals.
The Salto Curet Waterfall is one of the rare falls with orange-colored waters generated because of the orange clay soil river originating from the mountains. It has dedicated parking facilities at the base of the trail from where it takes about 30 minutes to reach the falls.
Hidden in the jungle near Adjuntas, El Ataud also known as Charco El Ataúd is one of the most visited waterfalls in Puerto Rico by youngsters as a weekend getaway. The trail that leads to the top of the falls is a bit slippery and that's why is not recommended for children.
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