We thought we found paradise at Culebra, but then we saw Culebrita. Absolutely must visit, if you have spare day while at Culebra. Hike to lighthouse, views are stunning
WOW! This is what you think of when you think of a deserted tropical island. It is a small island just off of Culebra with water taxies as the best way to get there if you don't have other means. I took a sea kayak and it took me about an hour of pretty strenuous paddling to get there. But... More
It is a secluded beach with pristine waters. The only way to get there is by small boat. plenty of water taxis offering this service
Uncluttered nature at it's finest. Crystal clear waters and nice sandy beaches. Hike to the top of the mountain to the ruins of an old 'lighthouse' and see for miles. Water allows you to see the formations beneath the water. Snorkeling views many different kinds of fish and corals. Sea turtles and rays swim aimlessly and don't mind if your... More
We were able to get Captain Sebastian to take us on a day trip. It was beyond our greatest expectations. Again we felt like we were in paradise. I have to give Culebrita a marginal star above Flamingo. It will stay in our memories forever.
While staying in Culebra we decided to take a snorkeling trip to Culebrita. Everywhere you go you will see business cards and some kind of advertisement for these kind of activities. We picked a card at the grocery store. So we called "Captain Sebastian" he told us where to meet and from there we left in his boat to Culebrita.... More
One of those beaches you can't die without visiting if you are in the Caribbean. Secluded and can only be reached by boat, which makes it very special.
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