Tropical Rainforest cottage in the Mountains

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Ponce, South 00650, Puerto Rico
Tropical Rainforest cottage in the Mountains
0 bedrooms
2 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: Studio
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Cabin
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Ponce vacation cabin rental
Riverwalk's guest cottage on a Paso Fino hacienda/arm is peaceful, private, romantic and located ideally for nearby central mountain activities and adventures. Charming and comfortable, the cottage has a queen size bed, kitchenette and marble/tile shower, and comfortable chairs and hammocks by the river and cascade. Surrounded by a tropical fruit garden of beautiful banana, avacado, lime and papaya trees,it is charming and comforable, in the ambiance of the rainforest mountains. Nights are deliciously cool, and guests are delightfully surprised by the lack of pests.
Our Cottage amenities:
Kitchenette is equipped with a microwave, portable elecric grill/indoor or outdoor, refrigerator, juicer, coffeemaker, dish & silverware, and has a somewhat supplied pantry; locally grown coffee, teas, milk, sugar, condiments.

Tile and marble bathroom with shower; hand-made soaps, amenities, cozy terry robes.

Interesting books, artwork and candles for an enjoyable atmosphere.

Secure wireless internet connection on site.

The cottage and Paso Fino hacienda of Puerto Rican & Columbian Paso Fino competition horses roam the property and river which is carved out of the Morell Estate, the biggest hacienda in Puerto Rico. Situaed between two lakes, there is a river cascading through it steps from the cottage front door. There are small trails to other parts of the river.

There are hammocks and an outdoor grill and lots of little eateries nearby, a hotel in front with a cafe and restaurant for dining.

We invite you to come and spend some time to relax at Riverwalk, for a few days or longer.
Rates are expressed as total; no additional taxes or fees.
Reservations are made through Paypal.

Marlene S Jones

Area Information
The surrounding mountain community of Utuado/Jayuya offers many little family "bohios", family style restaurants. Just across the road from the cottage is a yoga/family retreat, with yoga classes, restuarant/cafe, offering dinner al fresco on the patio.
Town, just 20 minutes away for grocery supplies, pharmacy and shopping.
Mountain Tourism Basics:
....Toro Negro takes in the island's highest peaks, a spring-fed pool, a trail to a spectacular lookout, and a couple of man-made reservoirs resembling primeval lakes. For rugged remote beauty, visit Guilarte.
....The Camuy Underground Cave System formed by the Camuy river. The Rio Camuy Cave Park beautifully showcases several sinkholes, caves and the underground river, features a trolly sustem and guided tours.
....The Arecibo Observatory run by Stanford University is set in a large sinkhole, and offers superb views of surrounding karst hills from its visitors' deck.
....Caguana Indian Ceremonial Park was built by Taino Indians more than 800 years ago. Ball courts are bordered by rows of stone monoliths decorated with petroglyph etchings, the oldest archaeological site in the Caribbean, a rather amazing place to visit.
....Ziplining, rapelling, hiking, caving: Roberto of Batey Zipline Adventures will take you on breathtaking rappelling, zip lining or caving expeditions through tropical forest, caves and rivers. The karst topography of the northwestern hills has produced one of the largest river cave systems in the hemisphere, the Rio Camuy Caverns.....cavers rappel down cliffs or scale boulders, and try to comprehend the immense size; in places where cave ceilings have collapsed over the eons, narrow canyons frame the rivers, and adventerers float along them in life jackets or inflatable boats. This relatively new sport is known as "canyoning."
....Caguana Indian Ceremonial Park - the oldest archaeological site in the Caribbean, which features bateys of the indigenous native people, the Tiano.
....Guanica Dry Forest, with many native specimens of flora and native birds, and breathtaking views of both oceans.
....Cava Ventana - the famous portal with breathtaking views overlooking the fertile valleys of Utuado, a short hike off of Route 10.
....Rancho Marina Restaurant and Bar - ten mintues away, absolutely wonderful dining on Dos Bocas lake. Accessible by free motor launch or a short adventure drive through a coffee hacienda.
And we are always pleased to offer our guests advice on sites to visit! Thank you.

About the owner

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Marlene S Jones

Marlene S Jones

Marlene S Jones

  • School:

    Hamilton High West, Hamilton NJ, St. Anthonys, Hamilton HSW, American U, NYU, Courant Inst of Math
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