The island was great, we snorkeled and walked around the cemetary. You can walk out to the island at low tide. What more can I say?
I spent a few hours fishing all around the island and spent a few minutes walking through the cemetary (it's very small). At low tide you can walk out to the island from shore. I caught a small snapper fishing, but wished I would have brought my snorkel gear as the water was very clear and calm on the side... More
To get to the island, drive south from Montezuma. In the town of Cabuya, turn left after the bakery on the left, and drive down to the beach. At low tide (approximately 12:30-1:00 p.m. in early July 2012), you can walk out to the island, which was used by indigenous people for burials, and is still used for that purpose... More
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