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Culebra: Puerto Rico's Rustic Oasis

Culebra is a short plane ride from San Juan and a world away from Puerto Rico. This tiny, rustic island has minimal infrastructure, limited lodging and dining options, and one of the world's best beaches. It is also home to a wildlife refuge and some of the finest dive spots in Puerto Rico.
  1. Lodging (7)
  2. Where to Eat (4)

Review of Culebra's Culebrita Island
A review of Culebrita Island, one of the Culebra's keys and a main reason why visiting Culebra is such a get-away-from-it-all paradise.

Eight Reasons to Visit Culebra
Culebra is a sleepy village without much in the way of nightlife, ritzy resorts and high-end elaborate entertainment options ... and that's just the way the locals like it. But that doesn't mean it's a boring place. Here are eight ways to have fun on the island.

A Weekend in Culebra
A short plane-ride (or longer ferry-ride) away from mainland Puerto Rico, the island of Culebra is a lost-in-time retreat which has a special appeal to those who can forego the fancy resort-life in exchange for a more rustic experience. This three-day itinerary will help you get acquainted with Puerto Rico's unpolished jewel.

Getting Around Culebra in a Thing
An alternative to traditional car rentals, Dick & Cathie's "Things" are noisy, rusty, and lots of fun to drive around.

Flamenco Beach
Culebra Island's most dazzling asset, Flamenco Beach has been counted among the world's best. One trip will be enough to make you a fan for life.

Culebra Divers
Monika and Walter are your affable tour operators at Culebra Divers, which is located right off the ferry dock in Dewey. Whether you're a novice or an expert, they can show you Culebra's underwater treasures.

Culebra National Wildlife Refuge
The official page of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service dedicated to the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge, a natural, protected sanctuary that's home to an annual pilgrimage of more than 50,000 seabirds and three species of sea turtles.

Culebra Blog
A useful resource for visitors planning a trip to Culebra, this blog by local resident Mark Hayward provides handy tips on what to do and see while you're on the island.

Culebra Beaches - The Beaches of Culebra
Culebra Beaches - The Beaches of Culebra

Visiting the Culebra Museum
Culebra's only museum is located at an old munitions warehouse built by the U.S. Navy and is worth a side trip from the beaches.

Scuba Diving in Culebra With Culebra Divers
A day on the water with Walter Rieder of Culebra Divers takes you to an underwater kingdom replete with marine life, sea turtles, fantastic dive sites, colorful coral reefs and other wonders .. and you're always in the hands of an expert.

10 Ways Vieques is different from Culebra
Vieques and Culebra are Puerto Rico's island jewels. But although both are amazing destinations, they are also quite unlike each other. Here are ten differences between the islands.

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