Flamenco Beach Snorkeling

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From Fajardo: Full-Day Culebra Islands Catamaran Tour

1. From Fajardo: Full-Day Culebra Islands Catamaran Tour

Discover an area off the beaten path on this full-day catamaran tour to the Cordillera Islands. Departing from Puerto Del Rey Marina in Fajardo, the 50-55 minute journey on the high-speed catamaran will take you to the beautiful Cordillera Islands, off the coast of Fajardo. Upon arriving at the Cordillera Islands, the captain will decide which beach will have the best conditions for the day, usually Flamenco or Culebrita beach. Spend the afternoon swimming, snorkeling, beachcombing, sunbathing, or relaxing on the roof deck. Throughout the day, the bar onboard the catamaran is open for all guests with Piña Coladas, Rum Punch, sodas, iced teas, and juices. A sumptuous lunch is served on board, including fresh fruit, chicken salad or veggie wraps, salads, and chips.

Ceiba, PR: Culebra Kayak & Snorkel Tour with Ferry Tickets

2. Ceiba, PR: Culebra Kayak & Snorkel Tour with Ferry Tickets

First, check-in at the Ceiba Ferry Dock and meet your host in front of the terminal to go over a few details of the day and receive your round-trip ferry tickets. The host will be wearing a red local tour operator shirt and have a sign. Be sure to eat a hearty breakfast prior to arriving at the Ceiba Ferry Terminal, so you will be fueled for the day. The ferry will arrive in Culebra, where you will meet your guide outside of the ferry gates. Here, check in, ride a bus to Tamarindo Beach and the kayaking and snorkeling excursion begins. Start off this magnificent journey from Tamarindo Beach, located on the west coast of Culebra. Following complete pre-ride instructions, join your guides as you paddle over the calm, turtle-frequented waters of the Luis Pena Nature Reserve. In the seagrass beds of Tamarindo Beach, you will have the chance to snorkel with turtles. Along the way, enjoy the breathtaking views of Culebra’s deserted cays and the vast marine fauna. Get ready to explore the underwater world as you jump out of your kayaks to snorkel and discover some of the most amazing marine life in the Caribbean. Have fun exploring with your eco guides colorful tropical fish and vibrant coral formations.  Your guides will lead the group back to shore where you will enjoy light snacks. Next, the group will depart for Flamenco Beach. A breathtaking way to end the day! Enjoy lunch at one of the world's most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Later, meet your guide at Flamenco Beach parking area to head to the ferry terminal to go back to Ceiba. A full day of fun and creating memories of Puerto Rico!

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What people are saying about Flamenco Beach

Crew was 100% and more very very nice, always asking if you needed something. Smile on their face but you can see it was sincere. Made sure you had a good time and enjoyed yourself. Wish I could remember all of their names so I could write them. So glad my husband and I decided last minute to do this. Definitely did not regret doing this. If you can do it you won’t regret it in my opinion. We ate, drank and danced and had a beautiful view and my husband did snorkeling…..a win win

The crew was amazing and Carlitos was excellent. He helped my parent in the water l, also help my 4 year old snorkeling. He was very friend and open to help in anything he could. The other two meme era of the crew (I forgot their names) were also amazing. Helped my father recuperate from a small fall. The entire experience was above expectations. Definitely recommend this excursion and I would use this service again and again. Worths the money.

Carlos and Luis were great tour guides did a lot of snorkeling, love the beach great experience

If the weather is good you will have a great time so before you book check the weather

Staff was excellent ! Need more snorkeling and less beach at Flamenco