Rockefeller Nature Trail
Winding its way through the resort’s 50 acres, this 11-mile trail takes guests past the two golf courses, along the soft-sand beaches and through tree-shaded forests where moist, cool air offers relief from the sun. Named after the resort’s original developer, Laurance S. Rockefeller, the trail can be explored on foot, by bike or with a golf cart.
Explore the private natural reserve of La Hacienda Esperanza, where a secluded beach and historic estate are among the discoveries.
The longest zipline in the Americas soars above Orocovis in Toroverde Adventure Park, offering both a thrilling ride and a breathtaking view.
A hike through Cueva Ventana passes preserved geological formations and leads to a limestone cliff overlooking a lush mountain valley.
El Yunque Tropical Rainforest is home to more than 240 species of plants and animals, and a hike along its rustic trails is rewarded with a refreshing dip at La Mina Falls.