La Cascada (The Cascade) treehouse from below.
Photo: Fayah Gonzalez.
“Yuquiyú exalts not only the impressive beauty of our native land but also the rich culture of our ancestors…”
– Carmen Dominicci, Univision
Yuquiyú is a rustic retreat in the foothills of Puerto Rico’s El Yunque rainforest that offers artisan-crafted treehouses with a balcony, designer furnishings, a granite kitchenette and a slate bath. The three-acre tropical garden comprises an organic farm, a cascading river and territorial rainforest views. Superbly located, Yuquiyú is just ten minutes from the heart of the rainforest, twenty minutes from famed Luquillo Beach, twenty-five minutes from the San Juan Airport and thirty minutes from Old San Juan. Sea turtle nesting sites, coral reefs, a bioluminescent lagoon and ancient petroglyphs are near.
We currently are accepting reservations for La Cara de Indio and La Cascada treehouses. Our inaugural rate for La Cara de Indio is $150 per night plus 7% tax, and our inaugural rate for La Cascada is $175 per night plus 7% tax. Kindly note that the minimum stay is two consecutive nights, that each treehouse is suitable for a couple or a solo traveler without children or pets and that full payment by credit card or wire transfer is required to guarantee your reservation.
What our guests are saying on TripAdvisor
“THIS is the way to experience Puerto Rico!” “Absolutely beautiful” “Simply Amazing” “The feeling of a secret utopia, with outstanding service” “A Magical Place in the Rainforest!” “A real unique experience” “Getaway overlooking El Yunque Rainforest” “Perfect Rainforest Bungalow” “Secluded hideaway in the middle of the jungle!” “A unique and romantic experience” “Treehouse Living”
La Cara de Indio treehouse.
Photos of La Cara de Indio treehouse
Within a mango grove, La Cara de Indio (The Indian Face) is named for a Taino petroglyph not far from the property. The treehouse features 144 square feet of interior space and an 84-square-foot balcony overlooking a panorama of El Yunque Rainforest. Below the main level and reached by a short path from the entry is a 90-square-foot, private bath that offers a slate interior, Kohler fixtures and a rain shower with a similar view of the rainforest.
La Cascada treehouse.
Photos of La Cascada treehouse
Within a grove of vanilla orchids, La Cascada (The Cascade) is named for the cascading river below. The treehouse features 121 square feet of interior space and a 240-square-foot balcony shaded by Royal Palms. The view of El Yunque Rainforest and the river is territorial. Below the main level and reached by a stairway from the balcony is a 81-square-foot, private bath that offers a slate interior, Kohler fixtures and a rain shower with an equally spectacular view.
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