It's a beautiful, paved trail with a golden pot at the end of the rainbow: Charco Azul, a blue, big refreshing fresh-water pond to take a dip in. Says Mark
You'll have to go far from Guayama to get to Charco Azul Trail but if you're looking for a good place to go hiking this is a good choice. Puerto Rico has lots of outdoors activities. While staying at Charco Azul Trail you could always explore Quebrada del Guano, and there are some good whitewater
spots on Rio de la Plata. On a good day it's a great idea to spend the day at Balneario de Arroyo; lots of people from Patillas come here. If you want to hit the beach, Playa Las Palmas is close at hand. A good deal of rainfall falls
at Charco Azul Trail. The month with most of the rain is August, and the driest month is February. Summertime highs at Charco Azul Trail generally tend to be in the 80's, and through summer nights temperatures are in the 60's. The winter brings highs down to the 80's, and during the dark hours in the wintertime at Charco Azul Trail temperatures plunge to the 60's.