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Stories and Tips Culebra Island

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Tamarind Beach

Written by nmagann on 29 May, 2012

Culebra is wonderful place to spend the day. Locals visit on the weekend so its best to go on the weekend. The earliest ferry from Fajardo leaves at 9:00am and the last ferry returns at 5:00pm. This may not seem like enough…Read More


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Return to Culebra

Written by Kiryo on 27 Mar, 2005

Last time I wrote about Culebra: This is probably one of the most beautiful beaches on our planet. Camping is available here for two night minimums at US$10 per night, otherwise pay more at the lodgings down the cove. Flamenco is named for the flamenco coral that…Read More


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A Night and A Day in Culebra, Village of Dewey

Written by lance73 on 14 Jan, 2003

THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL IS TAKEN FROM MY "PUERTO RICO OVER NEW YEAR''S" ENTRY, PLEASE GO TO THAT ENTRY FOR ALL ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. We arrived in the village of Dewey, the only town on the island of Culebra, at about 4pm on the 27th. With luggage in…Read More


Overview of Guesthouse, Beaches, and Food

Written by bluto2 on 12 Mar, 2006

We arrived in San Juan at 1:15pm on February 24. Since husband is wary of small planes, we took a cab to Farajdo ($80 plus .50/bag). It is only 25 miles, but took over an hour. We missed the 3pm ferry and…Read More


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Playa Flamenco

Written by Kiryo on 21 Jun, 2004

This is probably one of the most beautiful beaches on our planet. Camping is available here for two night minimums at US$10 per night, otherwise pay more at the lodgings down the cove. Flamenco is named for the flamenco coral that is dwindling off the coral…Read More


What to do on the town (el pueblo): some notes

Written by ScottytheBody on 24 Feb, 2003

Nobody calls Dewey Dewey. It's an artificial name imposed by the Navy when they moved the original town. So just call it "town" or, as the locals call it, "el pueblo." In town, you'll find a couple grocery stores at the main intersection, some…Read More


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The Ferry Dock

Written by ScottytheBody on 24 Feb, 2003

The most action you're likely to see is during the loading/unloading of the ferries. Get a schedule from the harbor master and then position yourself with a cold beer or delicious coffee drink from Cafe Isola and enjoy. Since Culebra is a tiny island,…Read More


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