El Yunque, Puerto Rico

Phillips Family

Budget Cabin


Economical wooden cabin on the side of the mountain with views of the sea and Vieques Island in the distance. Sharing the slope with exotic fruit trees from all over the world. Sample fruit such as Carambolas, Lychees and Jabodicaba.

The Phillips farm is a short distance to the trails of the Caribbean National Forest, with hiking to the Rio Prieto waterfalls and the Taino Petroglyphs. This is a truly awesome experience for those who wish to really experience the forest, sans amenities.

El Yunque, rd #191, above Naguabo, Puerto Rico. It is very important to note that you must go up the road 191 that starts near Naguabo, on the southern side of the El Yunque rainforest mountains. You cannot reach the Phillips cabin from the north side of El Yunque. There is a landslide ( pretty old now) across the road on the top of the mountain and the road is blocked off completely in the middle.

* It is a rather steep climb up to the cabin. You should not arrive here after dark. call Tel. 787-874- 2138 from 6 pm to 9 pm.

When this is not working ( often the case) call the cell.

Emergency: cell phone: 787- 414 -9596

BE SURE to get driving instructions or a map from the Phiilips when you make a reservation!

WEBSITE: Robin Phillips Fruit Farm



For Information and reservations: Robin Phillips HC1 Box 4449 Naguabo, Puerto Rico 00718-9716 USA Tel: (787) 874-2138 < robinaphillips@gmail.com >.

The cabin has a full size bed. There are BBQ facilities, on the lovely open porch which has a view. The bathroom is underneath the elevated cabin. The cabin is a hike up a steep hill from the parking. Cabin rents for $40. a night for two people and $30. per night if stay is longer than two nights. Inquire about tent-sites and get Robin to be your guide to a rainforest hike.

Bring a flashlight! Photos of Robin and the Petroglyphs.

Pictures of Robin and some of the fruit on his exotic fruit farm.

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Sat map showing the location of Phillips cabin on the south slope of the El Yunque mountains
Satellite photo shows the lodgings listed that are on the Naguabo side, south of El Yunque Rainforest