Coqui’s Hideaway Rainforest Villa, located in the Río Grande within the El Yunque National Forest, offers a breathtaking and immersive experience in the heart of the rainforest. The villa is nestled in a secluded area surrounded by lush tropical trees. This Puerto Rican eco-lodge is thoughtfully furnished with comfortable furniture, creating a cozy and welcoming atmosphere.
The eco-lodge recognizes the importance of preserving the rainforest and takes great care to ensure that no harm is done to this natural wonder, emphasizing its commitment to conservation. Staying at Coqui’s Hideaway Rainforest Villa offers guests an immersive, sustainable, and eco-conscious experience, allowing them to fully appreciate and respect the beauty and tranquility of the rainforest.
Ray and Gwenn, the owners of Coqui’s Hideaway, welcome guests to their beautiful rainforest villa along with their four dogs and two cats. Originally from New Jersey, they moved to Puerto Rico in 2003 to escape the cold winters. In 2004, they established the Tropical Flower Farm of Puerto Rico. While it is now a hobby, their love for nature remains evident.
After purchasing their current property in 2005, they spent a year renovating the house and creating Coqui’s Hideaway, which has been welcoming guests since 2006. Ray and Gwenn have a deep connection to the island and can provide recommendations and assistance to enhance guests’ experiences. Read more about them here.
Lowest impact construction and operation
High level of energy efficiency
Pioneer in waste management
Organic and chemical-free operation
Actively protects nature and community
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The peak season in Puerto Rico is between December and April since hurricane season is between June and November. To avoid crowds in general, consider traveling during the shoulder season between April and June.