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Tamarindo Estates Beach Resort

P.O. Box 313
Culebra Island, PR 0

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Welcome to a relaxing vacation at Tamarindo Estates, charming 1 & 2 bedroom, kitchen-equipped cottages on a private 60-acre estate. The perfect environment to read, rest, do some watersports, stay close with the best of nature or just enjoy doing nothing!

Location Tamarindo Estates, Culebra, Puerto Rico, Caribbean
Culebra is one of Puerto Rico's off-shore islands, 10 miles square in area and 17 miles east of Puerto Rico. It is located midway between Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. Presently there are about 3000 residents on the island. Culebra was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493 and was under the Spanish Crown until 1898 when it became part of the United States. Presently, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico enjoys a special status of self-government under the U.S. flag. Culebra is an unspoiled divers' and beachcombers' paradise, also coveted by bird watchers. Culebra Island is ideal for the nature conscious people.
Transportation to Culebra Island
The easiest way to reach Culebra is via San Juan. San Juan International Airport is served from the US Mainland by American Airlines, Delta, TWA, USAir, Carnival, Continental, Northwest, PanAm, Tower and United. Culebra has daily flights arriving from the San Juan International Airport on Isla Nena Air Service (787-741-6362), and from San Juan Isla Grande Airport on Vieques Air Link (787-722-3736). A 1 1/2 hour ferry ride is also available from Fajardo, a sea port on the east shore of Puerto Rico, about 1 1/2 hour drive from San Juan.

Area Attractions
We are located on Culebra's only Natural Marine Reserve.
The Culebra National Wildlife Reserve under the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Culebra is home to the endangered Leatherback Turtle and many breeding seabirds
Easy access via San Juan, P.R.
Daily flights and ferry crossing from Puerto Rico
Pristine, unspoiled beaches.
We are next to protected, pristine ocean waters, ideal for kayaking and easy shoreside snorkeling.
Many exciting sites around Culebra for scuba divers.
Good variety of restaurants and grocery stores.
Culebra is largely untouched by development.

Tamarindo Estates is a small, intimate, and unique resort. You will feel a deep sense of privacy and tranquility as we only have 12 one- and two-bedroom kitchen-equipped cottages in our secluded 60-acre private estate. Tamarindo Estates is, by far, the largest acred inn or resort in all of Culebra. Our charming and cozy cottages have air-conditioned bedrooms. For those who enjoy natural air, the villas also have ceiling fans, and are screened. Each cottage has its own bath with shower, a separate living-kitchen area, color TV, microwave oven and a roofed deck. These cottages stand high on a hill within the property, allowing you to enjoy exceptional views of the ocean and down-islands while sitting in your private roofed veranda. You will also be able to enjoy stunning sunsets from the verandas. We provide you with a nice, clean villa, with all linens and kitchen utensils. In order to keep rates low, we do not provide housekeeping service. Welcome to Culebra and stay at Tamarindo Estates for a wonderful and restful vacation in our naturally beautiful environment!

For your privacy, this resort only has 12 cottages in a private, secluded 60-acre estate.
1,800 feet of beachfront.
All the cottages have roofed verandas w/Ocean views.
Swimming pool with an ocean view roofed deck.
Next to us, easy shoreline snorkeling in pristine waters.
Located on Culebra's Marine reserve.
Only a ten-minute drive to town.
Tamarindo Estate's own rental vehicles available.

Children: welcome

Pets: No

Rates: S140-335

Payment: major credit cards

Tamarindo Estates Beach Resort
P.O. Box 313
Culebra Island, PR 0

Innkeeper: Jose Perez-Villamil

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