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Located approximately 30 km off the east coast of the Puerto Rico mainland, Isla de Culebra (which translates to “Island of Snakes” in Spanish) is one of 143 islands that belong to Puerto Rico. However, only Isla de Culebra and the island of Vieques are inhabited. Isla de Culebra Travel Guide In this guide, we’ll …

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When people talk about The Corn Islands, their eyes light up.  Imagine what the Caribbean was like 50 years ago, before the crowds, cruise ships, and the resorts.  A Complete Guide to Visiting The Corn Islands (With Packing List) If you’re happy to hang your hammock and while away the afternoon; enjoying a few quiet …

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 If you want something to do on Vieques Island other than lazing around on pristine Caribbean beaches, head into the jungle in search of some 19th century ruins. From the early 1800’s until its closure in the early 1940’s when the Navy expropriated nearly 80% of Vieques Island for the war effort, The Central Playa Grande Sugar …

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For five days in July the island of Vieques turns on the fairy lights, dusts off its salsa moves and turns up the music to party until the wee hours. The annual 5-day event is to honour the Virgen del Carmen (Our Lady of Carmen), the Patron Saint of the sea, seafarers, and fishermen of …

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The Reality of Living on Vieques Island When people in the “normal world” imagine living on a tropical island they picture a lifestyle offered in all too many glossy brochures or of holidays past. They are secretly envious of your life and I mean let’s face it, why shouldn’t they be – Island dwellers live …

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