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Aquafari Culebra Island: Kayaking & Snorkeling

Highlights / General details

Start off this magnificent journey at unspoiled Tamarindo Beach located on the west coast of Culebra. Following complete pre ride instructions; join your KPR guides as you paddle over the calm, turtle frequented waters of Luis Peña Marine Reserve. Along the way, enjoy the breathtaking views of Culebra’s deserted cays, and the vast marine fauna.

Inclusion

Round trip land transportation to Fajardo Pier; Round trip Ferry ride from Fajardo to Culebra Island (PRMTA); Round trip from Culebra Ferry Dock to Tamarindo Beach; All snorkeling and kayaking equipment; Fully guide service and ecological interpretation; Fruits, light snacks, water and refreshments served; Local English and Spanish speaking guides.

Exclusion

Items of a personal nature; Tips or gratuities for the guide.

Hours of operation

Available: Daily; Pick-up time may vary depending on hotel location. No tour departures on: January 1, 6, 11, 18; February 20; March 20-27; May 8, 30; June 19; July 4, 25; September 5; October 10; November 8, 11, 19, 24; December 24-25, 31.

Duration

Approximately 8 hours.

Duration

Approximately 8 hours.

Location

Tour starts and ends at guests hotel.

Itinerary

Meet at the lobby of your hotel for transportation to Fajardo, a 45 minute driving to the east coast of Puerto Rico. At the Fajardo docks, you’ll get a ferry that will take you to the island of Culebra. Once in Culebra you’ll be transported to Tamarindo Beach in the west coast of the island.

You’ll be paddling for 30 minutes in the Marine Reserve, then get ready to explore the underwater world as you jump out of your kayaks to discover some of the most amazing marine life in the Caribbean snorkeling!

Immediately after the fully guided snorkeling, it is time to grab your paddles once again and experience kayaking along the reserve’s craggy shoreline, towering over the coral gardens below.

Then your guide will then lead the small group to a completely secluded, world class – white sand beach, located on the north coast of the reserve for an unrushed break complimented by light snacks and cold refreshments.

A second fully guided snorkeling session off the beach will then take place at a spectacular coral reef before heading back to Tamarindo Beach.

Additional Information

We suggest wearing casual clothing, comfortable footwear and swimwear. Bring a towel and sunscreen.

Please bring your camera because you’re sure to have special memories.

Policies

Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**

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