Isla Culebra, also known as Culebrita is a part of the Puerto Rican Archipelago and lies on the eastern part of the Caribbean Island. It is known as Nature Reserve and thus forms a part of the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge. It is also known as the land of lighthouses on the Caribbean due to the presence of quite a few here. The main one is known as the Culebrita Lighthouse.
The Culebrita is a coral island and comprises of six beaches out of which the largest is the Tortuga Beach. The two other big beaches are the Trash Beach and the West Beach. The unexploited beauty and rich fauna makes this place a must visit whenever you go to Culebra plus this place is never too crowded. This makes it even better as a peaceful place to escape from the city blues.
Culebrita Travel Tips
- This place can only be reached by a boat and no other means of transport.
- You can also enjoy a picnic on this island.
- As the place is empty and void of any human habitation, it is better to come back from here before dusk.
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72.56% of people who visit Culebra include Culebrita in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
62.96% of people start their Culebrita visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Culebrita
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Culebrita