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La Cascada (The Cascade) treehouse from below.
Photo: Fayah Gonzalez.

 

“Truly A Magical Place …”

– Kimberly, Guest on the nights of 6 – 11 August 2017

Reawaken the senses in harmony with nature …

5 Stars on TripAdvisor

 

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HURRICANE MARIA UPDATE

The treehouses at Yuquiyu suffered minor damage by Hurricane Maria, mainly the loss of several metal roof panels. The garden suffered more damage, and is currently being restored. Already nature is regenerating itself, and the rainforest looks like Springtime in northern climes. We anticipate resuming normal operation on 1 January 2018. Any guest currently scheduled to stay in 2017 may request a full refund. For those with reservations for 2018, we ask that you review and honor our reservations agreement, as shown on our Reservations page, on the Reservations Details page sent to you upon your initial inquiry and in the terms specified on our Guest Registration page:

Cancellations, postponements & refunds

Full payment by credit card is required to guarantee your reservation. Although there are no refunds, you may reschedule, subject to availability, if you cancel your reservation in writing at least two weeks in advance.

There is no time limit. Kindly be aware that communications in Puerto Rico are limited at this time, and that it may take a few days before we are able to respond to your inquiry. Thank you for your patience, understanding and good wishes. We will let you know when the magic is back.

-- Martin Haggland, Director, Yuquiyu

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 fifteen minutes from the heart of the rainforest, twenty minutes from famed Luquillo Beach, thirty minutes from the San Juan Airport and thirty-five minutes from Old San Juan. Sea turtle nesting sites, coral reefs, a bioluminescent lagoon and ancient petroglyphs are near.

We offer a unique experience in harmony with nature — one unlike a hotel, resort, inn or bed and breakfast. Yuquiyú is perfect for a couple seeking a romantic retreat, newlyweds seeking a honeymoon destination, friends seeking quality time together, or an artist seeking tranquility and inspiration. To be sure you know what to expect, we want to tell you more about our rustic retreat. We are not for everyone, but if you have a sense of adventure, love being close to nature and want to experience Caribbean living the way it ought to be, Yuquiyú may be for you.

We currently are accepting reservations for La Cara de Indio and La Cascada treehouses. Both have iconic views of the rainforest. The main difference is that La Cascada has a river view and three times as much balcony space. Our rate for La Cara de Indio is $175 per night plus 7% tax, and for La Cascada is $200 per night plus 7% tax. The rate for El Mirador and Las Heliconias (opening 1 February) also will be $200 per night plus 7% tax.

Vegetarian/Vegan: Yuquiyú is meat free (from any kind of animal, including mammals, fish, fowl and others). We ask guests to observe that principle by not bringing any meat onto the property (restaurants offering a variety of cuisines are close by).

 

“Yuquiyú exalts not only the impressive beauty of our native land but also the rich culture of our ancestors…”

– Carmen Dominicci, Univision

 

Dear Martin:

I wanted to let you know that you own a piece of heaven. Our stay was short, but our memories are ever lasting. The little home was amazing, views spectacular, the premises clean and the service was so feel-at-home and welcoming. We will most definitely return for a longer stay. It was the peace and tranquility that we desired, and it was away from the world yet so close to everything. It is a jewel in the mist. I am so in love with Yuquiyú.

“Fire”, the manager, was so kind and friendly. He seems so proud of the place. Our nuts and snacks were a wonderful surprise and so yummy. We made smoothies each day and had a nice wholesome breakfast with the yogurt, granola and the fruits from the premises.

It was truly a remarkable experience, and we have shared so many pictures with friends and family. All they say is, “Wow, it's paradise”. All we do is smile and say "Yes, it is". We will return.

– Gigi & Dan, Guests in La Cascada treehouse on the nights of 6, 7 & 8 July 2017

 

 

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The treehouse from below.
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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.

 

 

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La Cascada treehouse.
Photo: Yuquiyú.

 

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 majestic. 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.

 

El Balcón del Río

 

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El Balcón del Río at Yuquiyú.
Photo: Mengzhu Jiang.

 

Too bad Ponce de Leon didn’t look for the Fountain of Youth right in his own backyard …

He might have discovered Yuquiyú.

 

El Balcón del Río (River Balcony) is a tranquil place to relax in the hidden world of our river. Meditate to the sound of cascading water and rejuvenate in a natural pool.

 

 

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The river at Yuquiyú.
Photo: Mengzhu Jiang.

 

The Treehouses at Yuquiyú — Caribbean living the way it ought to be.

 

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