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Culebrita Island

00775, Puerto Rico
787 742-0115
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Culebra Day Trip by Catamaran from Fajardo
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“tortuga beach” (49 reviews)
“day trip” (25 reviews)
“tidal pools” (8 reviews)
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you're looking to relax for a day without any signal, or people, this is the place to go. But, the ride there will probably cost you lots of $$ if you're not smart about it. And you have to be willing to cross the...More

Thank gbrielaruiz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

beautiful little island just offshore from culebra, 15 min water taxi ride or there are a few charte sailboats that stop there. excellent snorkeling. gorgeous beaches with no crowds.

1  Thank jvojvo123
Reviewed 12 May 2017

We sailed to this Island with friends and were told to visit the hidden pools. We found 1 of 5 and were told by locals that every one is different from the other. Bring shore shoes as it can be rocky.

Thank kruezers
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

We had a great trip to Culebrita with Cayo Norte Water Taxi 787-376-9988. He uses a power catamaran and provides beach chairs and cold water. We left at 9:30 and returned at 3:30. We had time to snorkel, have lunch, walk to the lighthouse, sit...More

4  Thank empty_nestOmaha
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

You will need to hire a boat to get to the island but it is well worth it snorkeling is great beaches are great it is something you will not want to miss

Thank dwpdog
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

In short words, it's paradise on earth. You must go by water taxi. I highly recommend Captain David. He's the owner of Sand Bar that's located in front of the ferry docks. You can ask for him there. Thanks

1  Thank ssotomayor
Reviewed 20 April 2017

It truly is a paradise. A place like no other. The beaches were so beautiful that pictures did them no justice.

Thank Daniel R
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

If you don't mind a small hike the view is astounding. Wear good shoes not flip flops there is loose rocks and uneven terrain. There are wild goats on the island and an old lighthouse that is very run down and rusted, and no longer...More

Thank Damascenodebra
Reviewed 6 April 2017

There is a beach here that is gorgeous and free of the crowds from the main island. White sand and a cool little hike up to an old lighthouse with pretty cool views

Thank wanterer44
Reviewed 23 March 2017

Tortuga bay beach is even more beautiful than Flamenco Beqcg. The water is crystal clear and we had the thrill of seeing a manta ray up close. We snorkeled in two places and walked up to the 2nd highest light house in the Caribbean, because...More

2  Thank cazcindy
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How many people are on the catamaran for the trip? Thanks!
28 March 2017|
Response from Gerry M |
Most tour operators and all of the boats operating on Culebra are 6 person lic by the USGC.
wow . I am from s. juan p.r. living in naples Italy. but that images from flamenco beach are so beautiful. how to arrive in culebra?. bye norma
21 March 2017|
Response from ChantyKatterbach |
Norma you have various options, you can take a day trip from San Juan, or flight to Culebra from Ceiba or take the ferry boat in Fajardo. Once you get to the Island take a taxi to Flamenco.
Hi there, We live in Taos and are going to Culebra and Viaques in February. Any tips for eating etc.? Thanks, Stephanie
2 December 2016|
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Response from King_NCRetired | Reviewed this property |
On Culebra, definitely rent a golf cart so you can get around, especially to Flamenco Beach. My favorite restaurant is Zaco's Tacos. Also Mamacita's and Dinghy Dock are good places to eat any time of the day or night!