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Mosquito Pier

PR Route 200 | east of Airport, Puerto Rico
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good for diving, not much else except maybe sunrise/sunset?

the locals have trashed the place but it's an interesting place to visit if only for 15 minutes... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
o d
Amazing snorkeling, perfect for beginners!

This is some of my favorite snorkeling I've done, including Culebra and even St. John! My husband... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Appie H
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San Francisco, California
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PR Route 200 | east of Airport, Puerto Rico
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Reviewed 4 days ago

the locals have trashed the place but it's an interesting place to visit if only for 15 minutes. check it out.

Thank o d
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is some of my favorite snorkeling I've done, including Culebra and even St. John! My husband and I took our cousins for their first time snorkeling and they had a blast. I don't know how conditions are every day, but though the water was...More

Thank Appie H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

**You must have a rental car to access! The drive is a pretty good distance from the towns! And while you're on this side of the island check out Green Beach too!!! We snorkeled off one of the boat ramps about halfway down the pier......More

Thank Alyssa T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very easy access. Good visibility and the most fish life that I saw. Sister saw a turtle near the pilings. Can park on the pier.

Thank KAREN B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The beach area leading up to the pier is fringed with eel grass but it is an easy swim if so inclined. We drove out to the fence near the point and got back in the water to explore the pier. There are some steps...More

Thank Tom G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went on a day with very low visibility, but we still saw tons of fish and even a turtle (hawksbill, we think)! We went around 3pm and there were other snorkelers just finishing up, after which we had the place to ourselves. Great if...More

Thank Kakawoo2
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If the sun is bright, the sky is not too cloudy and there is little wind, you'll probably have some good snorkeling at Mosquito Pier. If it's windy, the water gets very choppy making visibility poor. On a good day you can see sea turtles...More

Thank miggy2016
Reviewed 2 April 2017

The Mosquito Pier is worth a visit but you can quickly see what you need in about 30 min. or less. Basically, it's a pier built by the U.S. Navy and then abandoned when they closed the base in 2003. With a little imagination, you...More

Thank Sherry R
Reviewed 14 March 2017

We visited Mosquito Pier several times and snorkeled it on the last day of our trip - fantastic snorkeling! We watched beautiful sunsets there as well and truly enjoyed the views!

Thank Dawn W
Reviewed 11 March 2017

You wouldn't swim here... you would however get an amazing view of the open ocean. You will drive down a road that will lead you to a pier.. on that road, there will be water on both sides of you, kind of exciting and scary...More

Thank TravelingMomIAm
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