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Mona Island

#368 of 584 things to do in Puerto Rico Features Animals
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+1 787-722-1726
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Mona and World War II

This is an island that has not changed much since time of Christopher Columbus so I write from a... read more

Reviewed 11 November 2015
Nokesville28
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Kissimmee, Florida
Galapagos of the Atlantic

SUMMARY: The Island is magical, particularly underwater. This is not a casual or easy tourist... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2014
Ernest W
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Mayaguez
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Uninhabited island in the Mona Passage that is a mecca for divers, biologists, hunters and tourists interested in seeing unique wildlife.
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11 Nov 2015
“Mona and World War II”
13 Mar 2014
“Galapagos of the Atlantic”
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Reviewed 11 November 2015

This is an island that has not changed much since time of Christopher Columbus so I write from a Historical point of view. I learned to fly at the Mona Airport which may now be "X" rated. From the Airport to downtown was a pine...More

6  Thank Nokesville28
Reviewed 13 March 2014

SUMMARY: The Island is magical, particularly underwater. This is not a casual or easy tourist destination. Careful research, planning, and preparation is required. TITLE: “Galapagos of the Atlantic” Tripadvisor review #48 13 March 2014 CORRECTIONS: [A] One reviewer stated that Mona had “Comodo” (= Komodo)...More

22  Thank Ernest W
Reviewed 21 February 2014

I have been visiting Mona Island with my brother twice a year for the last 11 years, as part of a group of pre-selected Scientist, Biologist, preservationist, and hunters that controls the population of wild-life(my brother is a disease control researcher) and avid Hunter and...More

13  Thank DaMarcanos
Reviewed 19 December 2013

My wife and I visited Mona on the live-aboard Juliet in 2008. Just now found the photos so this post is for that trip. Mona is a uninhabited virginal island with wonders both above and below the surface. Nearby is Little Mona which is also...More

18  Thank stfree
Reviewed 28 October 2012

This is my favorite place to visit at least once a year. The island is a refuge for birds, sea life and is protected by the Puerto Rico and US governments. Fishing is not allow in 3 nautical miles around the island, this is why...More

10  Thank Abraham R
Reviewed 9 December 2008

Mona island is beautiful not only for it's beaches but it is great for exploring caves. There is a cave where you can see down the cliff to the ocean. It is completly flat on top and it is formed by dolomite rock; which is...More

29  Thank eidiyaya
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