Light tackle fishing over offshore reefs can provide plenty of action. The beauty of it is that when one type of fishing proves to be dead, there are a number of other options. Children and inexperienced anglers can easily learn to use light tackle as it requires finesse rather than strength.
Culebra offer some of the best snorkeling available in Puerto Rico. Much of the island has been designated a wildlife refuge by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The refuge is one of the most important turtle-nesting sites in the Caribbean.
Culebra, 18 miles (29 km) east of the Puerto Rican "mainland" and 14 miles west of St. Thomas in the U.S Virgin Islands, is surrounded by coral reefs and edged white-sand beaches. Go for a boat ride around the island or take a sunset cruise. Visit the oldest historical lighthouse in the Carribean.
Take a night cruise or go stargazing. Culebra is a great spot for star gazing - no bright city lights. Whether it’s just for an evening under the stars or a chance to see the planets, this is a great way of enjoying nature.
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There are many great beach and snorkeling spots around Culebra that you need boat transportation for, either because you can’t drive there, or because those beaches are on some of the small cays surrounding Culebra. Visit Culebrita, Cayo Northe and Cayo De Luis Pena.