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Tunel de Guaniquilla

Road 307 Bo. Guaniquilla, Cabo Rojo 00602, Puerto Rico
+1 787-466-0709
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Fun for family, older children

I recommend older children for the tunnel walk/hike. Keep in mind many areas are not government... read more

Reviewed 26 March 2017
Hollie C
via mobile
Beautiful but trashed

This tunnel is a beautiful mark of history that leads to a beach and untouched sand tunes. It would... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
kcmontalvo
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26 Mar 2017
“Fun for family, older children ”
15 Mar 2017
“Beautiful but trashed”
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Road 307 Bo. Guaniquilla, Cabo Rojo 00602, Puerto Rico
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+1 787-466-0709
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Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

I recommend older children for the tunnel walk/hike. Keep in mind many areas are not government parks or do not have funds, therefore are not taken care of by the parks dept. There was quite a bit of trash and you have to be careful...More

Thank Hollie C
Reviewed 15 March 2017

This tunnel is a beautiful mark of history that leads to a beach and untouched sand tunes. It would be a wonderful location for a picnic if it wasn't for the trash that litters its surroundings and the graffiti on all of the walls.

Thank kcmontalvo
Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

There are gorgeous views from this area. We actually came to see if we could find sea glass which we only found about 5 or 6 pieces. Not the greatest area for shells either. We arrived in the area after dark and we're told it's...More

Thank Lisa H
Reviewed 12 November 2016

Stopped off to see this and was not disappointed. The tunnel takes you on a short hike to see beautiful shoreline with giant waves hitting the rock formations!

Thank allimaddox
Reviewed 3 July 2016

Our home is fronts on two side with undeveloped property owned by the Puerto Rico Environmental Trust. This old train tunnel from the sugar cane times leads of 307 to the property behind our home. That property also houses a good size cave that falsely...More

Thank neblud
Reviewed 21 June 2016

Used to be a train track. BEAUTIFUL SCENERY. Sketchy tide pool. Great for surfing, please heed the advice of local surfers when entering the water at this coast. There is a pretty place to wade in a stream that meanders down to shore tho.

Thank Anonymous A
Reviewed 26 February 2015

This place is very unique! In order to find the location you must travel through a long path that seems to be part of a private property. There is not much to do there except appreciate the design, location and history of the tunnel. If...More

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Buzz505
12 December 2015|
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Response from Ricardo M | Reviewed this property |
That is the northwest before isabela if they come from sanjuan but after isabela near the face of the Indian.
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