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Very nice place this island . Windy on one side and nice and calm on the other side . We went... read more

Reviewed June 26, 2017
Johan-Asle R
Sistranda, Norway
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Clear waters and grat sand !!!

it is the most popular key in the area and usually pretty pack during the weekends. try to go... read more

Reviewed August 31, 2016
manu c
Orlando, Florida
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Chichiriviche, Morrocoy National Park, Venezuela
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Reviewed February 4, 2018

Stunning beach but shame it's covered in garbage. When dropped off by the lancha walk 2 minutes to the other side of the cay. It is more relaxing and quiet compared to the populated side and there is less rubbish

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Reviewed June 26, 2017 via mobile

Very nice place this island . Windy on one side and nice and calm on the other side . We went there of season . So not so many people . Can absolutly recomand this place for a day at the beach . We went...More

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Reviewed August 31, 2016

it is the most popular key in the area and usually pretty pack during the weekends. try to go weekdays if you are looking for peace and calm, or go any given saturday for a fun, active and lots of good looking people.

Thank manu c
Reviewed August 28, 2016

If you go to Cayo Sombrero, don't stay where the boatmen drop you off. Cross the key (there's a clearly marked path very close to the docks and go to the other side. The water is nicer, the view is nicer and there are fewer...More

Thank le0nard0fl0res
Reviewed June 11, 2016

Take a lancha from the mainland to this beautiful beach. White sand, clear water, and sun. Bring food and drinks with you. They do sell food on the island but it's quite expensive. We bought seafood from Steven, a man going around by boat with...More

Thank Eliza B
Reviewed March 18, 2016

Very underrated place worldwide. Chichiriviche is beautiful and small boats can take you to the most pretty small islands with white beaches, palm trees and crystal clear water!

Thank Jerome R
Reviewed February 10, 2016

We heard great things about Cayo Sombrero but it turned out to be the only low part of our recent trip to Morrocoy. The beach was FULL, the music was blasting, the boats in the water were not careful about swimmers. We did take some...More

Thank Kris Sean F
Reviewed December 29, 2015

where can i start... i knew cayo sombrero some 5 years ago. at the time -when i went there- there were few people, and the staff of the ardileña could place our umbrella wherever we wanted. nowadays, due to the insecurity, we have been advised...More

Thank arturo_barrera
Reviewed December 24, 2015

As other people pointed out - normally there is a lot of people there. Again that doesnt take away the natural beauty and the warn water of the caribbean. However, in the region there are sevaral other cays much prettier with less people such as...More

Thank datony
Reviewed October 27, 2015

the sand has a light color, very similar to cancun. This place is crowded. There are sellers with necklaces, massages, food. So if you are up to all this. You will like it. If you want something more private, this is not the place for...More

Thank Dey M
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