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We arrived at the ferry terminal an hour prior to the scheduled time for the ferry to leave as suggested by there website due to ferries supposedly filling up. There were 2 ferries set to leave at 9am one to Culebra and one to Vieques....More
Great beach. We went with Captain Bill and the entire day was truly unforgettable. Even though there are quite a few people on the beach, Bill can tell you those special spots where you can find tranquility. The lighthouse was a less than desirable because...More
Excellent beach day and the view is outstanding. Need to take a water taxi or rent a boat to get there as it is an island separate from Culebra. Reccomended to get a tour to get there. You will be amazed of the turtles you...More
We love Culebra and it is a must see if you are visiting Puerto Rico. To get to the island take the ferry from Puerto Rico ($2.00 for adults, $1.00 for children one way). The ferry leaves from Rosevelt Road Ferry Terminal in Ceiba. If...More
wow because of my schedule unfortunately is was there only one day ,what a beautiful place great beaches small place where you can go around , of course rent a vehicle to enjoy it .not to many restaurants , or gas stations.
Some of the most beautiful beaches we have seen. The north side is fantastic for relaxing and having fun with friends. The south side is stunning and very subdued. The water can be almost placid. The hike to the light house is very nice. Take...More
You have Culebra with Flamenco beach and some restaurants but Culebrita just have a beautiful beach and not a lot of boats so you dont have to listen to 15 different stereos playing Reggaeton on max volume.
We sailed here with Bill (see another review) and he anchored, we snorkeled for an hour or so & then my husband decided to do the lighthouse hike & we sailed around & met him on the opposite side of the island. Really pretty setting...More
getting to culebrita island from culebra (9 Replies)
We will be staying in Culebra for 3 days in April. My question is, what is the best way to get here other than a tour? My husband and I thought of renting kayaks to go to Culebrita island and explore but I am a bit nervous reading about the currents. I have emailed Luis VIP from Mamacita and have not had any response. I even emailed Mamacita and heard nothing. Is there another water taxi service that we can use to go over other than going on a snorkel tour with an outfit?
January 11, 2016|
The best thing to do is stop at the Dinghy Dock Restaurant and ask any of the bartenders or waiters. They know everyone on the Island. No need to make a reservation more than the day before.