Author: Nick & Michelle (---.bstnma.fios.verizon.net)
Date: 03-05-16 12:37
Glad you will be going to Culebra. We will be going for our fifth year in April.
Try to get one of those visitor tourists maps that show pictures of everything. Most places have them on the island.
Here are some answers to your questions, based solely on our experience. Others, on the forum, will chime in as well giving you more answers.
It depends on your preference and how much stuff you are bringing over. Since we only use our carry on bags for packing, we fly Air Flamenco out of San Juan International directly to Culebra. The have less expensive flights at Isla Grande airport, which is about 20 minutes west of San Juan International.
We have always Jerry\'s Jeeps and are very happy with them and their attentiveness. He has both golf carts and jeeps. Some of the roads are full of craters, so a jeep may suit your needs better. 787-742-0526
Best Snorkeling Beaches:
We like Tamarindo for the turtles and other sea life. The also rent kayaks there.
Melones is just out side of town past the hospital - watch the current.
Make sure to wear snorkeling shoes.
Costa Del Sol - Closest to the airport up the hill. open every day.
Suprette Myra - Nice large selection, by the orange bridge that connects the two islands.
Colmado Milka - On the other side of the orange bridge, open every day.
Zaco\'s Tacos - excellent food and prices. Their hours change every year, so you need to check the times this year.
Susie\'s - We go there for our splurge nights because they are pricier. We love their food. You need to make reservations: 787-340-7058
Homeless Dog - You call and they will deliver. Superb food. We call between 1 & 2 pm to ask what is on their menu that day and to get into their list for delivery (they can get backed up). 939-452-9563
Kiosks at The Campground- nice variety and excellent fruit smoothies ans Pina Coladas
That should get you started Lisa - have a blast