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Guajataca Tunnel is the shortest one of two tunnels in the Quebradillas/Isabela area. Built in 1921 it was part of the effortts of American Railroad Company to connect the existing railroad systems into one continuous track coming from San Juan and going west around the...More
On our local roadtrip, we decided to stop by to stretch our legs and take some pictures. If you go, walk to the end of the trail and go down to the beach (see my photos). Very beautifull view. At the entrance, there is people...More
If your into historic places this is for you. Right by a beautiful beach you can find this tunnel that was built a long time ago. When the storm came it took some damage so it doesn’t look the same but still a nice place...More
I was on a small vacations in Quebradillas and went with my husband and my 21 years old daughter.
It was wonderful, excellent exercise and great ocean view after the tunnel . At the end was a beautiful beach , but not safe for swimming...More
Guajataca Tunnel appears kind of close ,dirty abd unattended, but if you look up the history and realise how old the tunnel is, and all of its use, you will have a better feeling about it. Its defently a nature place, gorgeous beaches and sea...More
This is a historic tunnel used by the long gone railroad that use to shuttle both passengers and goods along the western shore of Puerto Rico. The tunnel is easy to get t off of route 2 and does have available parking area. This is...More
Our day began as we parked at the entrance off of Calle Panoramic across from the Arrecife restaurant. We went thru the forest and followed the rustic trail all the way down to the ocean. The view was spectacular as the beach unfolded slowly for...More
This tunnel was used by the train system that surrounded the island in the early 1900s that ended in the 1950s. It remains a place to visit with beatiful views of the ocean. The beach is good for surfers but not really for other recreational...More