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Toro Negro Mountain Studio

 

Magical slice of heaven in the forest.

Beautifully appointed simple space with special heavy shutters that open to a mountain-perch view of the city and the Caribbean.



This brand new studio with equipped kitchen accommodates 2. Magnificent view of the Caribbean Sea, inside 13 acres of luscious Rain Forest with hiking trails and pure water rivers. Located between Ponce and Jayuya, nearby attractions such as rivers, ziplining, coffee tours, and mountain restaurants.




As our place is located in a natural enclosure with nature-adventure activities potential such as river visits, hiking, and more, we require signature of  agreement/release of liability.

The space






Our studio reflects the contemporary style & open concept. It is a heaven for relaxation! It features a very comfortable queen bed, a nice bathroom, equipped kitchen, breakfast counter, and patio bistro. Accommodates two, perfect for couples!


Beautifully appointed simple space with special heavy shutters that open to a mountain-perch view of the city and the Caribbean.




Private parking



Bathroom



The bathtub is just the cherry on top. 



The clouds makes you feel in paradise.


Kitchen







 Access

A rental car is highly recommended. Free parking on the premises. Please note, the front patio faces our driveway, which guests use to access the Caribbean Sea View Mountain House. The house is reasonably separated (approximately 300 feet) from the studio. Along the same line, these guests also have access to our hiking trails and 3 river pools. Plenty of space and privacy for everyone.

Other things to note

**Please check our Caribbean Sea View Mountain House, which has 4 bedrooms and accommodates up to 10 people. In case you need lodging for more! The house is reasonably separated from the studio but on the same estate. So, it could be perfect for a big family to rent both units if desired!




This place is everything you could dream of . Amazing place in the rain forest with a constant natural music. Definitely stock up on food and alcohol before you head there. You can literally live in the clouds in this space.  lovely treat coming from a busier lifestyle. My partner and I fully enjoyed ourselves! This space is remote and you feel like you’re on a retreat! The access to the river/swimming hole was definitely a highlight to our weekend get away! 


Hiking

Natural Pools Hike





Top of the Mountain Hike




This space is remote and you feel like you’re on a retreat! The access to the river/swimming hole was definitely a highlight to our weekend get away!

Breathtaking view                              

Ponce Bay



Santa Isabel Wind Turbines


South coast Caribbean Sea

Caja de muertos island 
El gigante dormido Adjuntas

Ponce Adjuntas And Jayuya




Bird Watching




The practice of birdwatching on the Island promotes economically productive, environmentally friendly and socially responsible tourism.


More than 300 species of birds on the Island can be seen on expeditions through our nature reserves. Furthermore, of that amount, at least 17 are endemic species. 


One of the ideal local attractions for bird and nature lovers is the Toro Negro Forest Puerto Rico




Oh my goodness this place is a little slice of heaven!!! Wow it is so peaceful and such a great spot to relax and get away. The views from the bedroom and bathtub felt like you were at a Ritz Carlton! Absolutely breathtaking and stunning. The host was beyond helpful and responsive and always available immediately. She really went above and beyond. Her local reccomendations were SO good too, I think I found my new favorite PR restaurant because of her!!! Check out the pizza and fresh cocktails place on her to do list it is so cool. I would 100% come back here!!


This place is everything you could dream of if you are looking for a romantic mountain getaway. The views are stunning and the studio is spacious with a wonderful bathroom. Kitchen has everything you'll need to whip up a great meal if you choose. The roads getting to the house are challenging but very doable. I had a two wheel drive care & was fine the entire time. 95% of the roads are pathed. All the hikes around the area are immaculate and still doable after Hurricane Fiona. Angelique is probably the best host I've had as far as communication goes. Here direction, suggestions, and availability is impeccable.




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