When you enter the main road, keep going up the hill until you get to the brick lookout tower. After that, you will see signs for “to falls” on your left side. Park and hike down to the falls, and go across the bridge. It takes a little bit of free climbing to actually get high enough to jump. Also, dont just jump blindly. There’s a small hole that you have to enter into, or you’re toast. So, swim around at the bottom and find where the hole is cut out of the rocks, get a bearing and then jump! A sweet place to swim/chill. There’s a lot of locals there, but no jumpers, so you don’t have to worry about competition. The falls are probably 45? high, but remember you’re jumping into a really small hole, so don’t peak it first time.
*Note about the jump: The pool at the bottom of the falls is extremely shallow (Dir’s to the forest from San Juan:
Take highway 26 West (oeste) to Hwy 3 west/south (oeste/sur) to hwy 191 south (sur). 191 is the main hwy going into the park and follow it past the Yokahu tower on your left and you will find La Mina falls on your left.