Culebra Island Kayak & Snorkel with Turtles Adventure - Ferry Tickets Included


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From $105.92

157 reviews   (4.68)

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Pricing Info: Per Person

Duration: 9 hours

Departs: puerto rico, puerto rico

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.

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Overview

Discover Culebra Island from within! Visit its world famous beaches, kayak in a tandem kayak across clear blue waters, and snorkel along beautiful sea turtles on this full day guided expedition! After a ferry ride to Culebra, hop on a guided minibus tour around town, then get ready to kayak, snorkel and learn everything about the amazing Luis Peña Marine Reserve. Finish the day exploring or relaxing in the pristine white sand paradise of Flamenco beach.


What's Included

Digital Photo Album of your Experience!

Ecological Interpretations of the Luis Peña Cay Nature Reserve

Fully guided snorkeling sessions, plus a chance to swim with sea turtles!

Ground transportation within Culebra Island the entire day

Light Snacks and Refreshments

Round trip ferry tickets from Ceiba to Culebra

Stop at World Famous Flamenco Beach

What's Not Included

Gratuities

Lunch


Traveler Information

  • CHILD: Age: 6 - 13
  • ADULT: Age: 14 - 99

Additional Info

  • Bring your own lunch: We recommend to pack your lunch to maximize your beach time at Flamenco Beach and avoid standing in line to purchase at the Kiosks.
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • Gear/equipment sanitised between use
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • If you would like to take your cell phone on the excursion for photos, make sure it is waterproof or bring a waterproof bag to store it in.
  • Maximum Weight Limit: 250 lbs per one guest | up to 425 lbs combined per kayak.
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with recent surgery, cast or injuries
  • Parking: Upon arrival to the Ferry Terminal, follow the signs to the parking lot. Once you park your car you will take a shuttle to the entrance of the Ferry Terminal.
  • Reminder: Kayaking Puerto Rico is not affiliated in any way to the Ceiba Ferry Terminal (The Puerto Rico Maritime Transport Authority), therefore has no control over ferry delays or cancelations.
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • We will provide light snacks and refreshments, but feel free to bring your own.
  • Bring your own lunch: We recommend to pack your lunch to maximize your beach time at Flamenco Beach and avoid standing in line to purchase at the Kiosks.
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • Gear/equipment sanitised between use
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • If you would like to take your cell phone on the excursion for photos, make sure it is waterproof or bring a waterproof bag to store it in.
  • Maximum Weight Limit: 250 lbs per one guest | up to 425 lbs combined per kayak.
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with recent surgery, cast or injuries
  • Parking: Upon arrival to the Ferry Terminal, follow the signs to the parking lot. Once you park your car you will take a shuttle to the entrance of the Ferry Terminal.
  • Reminder: Kayaking Puerto Rico is not affiliated in any way to the Ceiba Ferry Terminal (The Puerto Rico Maritime Transport Authority), therefore has no control over ferry delays or cancelations.
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • We will provide light snacks and refreshments, but feel free to bring your own.

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Experience may be cancelled due to Insufficient travelers
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

Reviews

Fantastic!
Silmilly T, 20-08-2022
Such a wonderful experience!! One of the most beautiful places I’ve visiting. Snorkeling and kayaking were the highlights of our visit to PR. We saw many beautiful turtles and fishes. They do an excellent job with organizing the day. Make sure you read all the instructions before your day tour. They have GoPros and the pictures and videos are fantastic. They gave us delicious refreshments. Luisa, Elliot and John were an excellent team. All of them were very knowledgeable. The history of Culebra is super interesting! They answered all our questions and they were very patient and nice with the kids too. I would highly recommend this experience for everyone.
I wish we spend more time...
Claudia_E, 13-09-2022
I wish we spend more time in flamenco island instead of tamarindo island. But it was a good experience
Super fun
Lizbeth_G, 18-08-2022
Luisa and Elliot were amazing, very knowledgeable about the islands and created a fun and safe experience for everybody.
Memorable kayaking and snorkeling experience!
Frank_P, 09-09-2022
The snorkeling was such a cool experience and our guides did their best to help us see all the sea wildlife we could. Even with a recent storm that had come though, we were able to have a very fun and memorable experience.
Not what I expected
Global48507909394, 19-08-2022
This tour was not as expected. I had always wanted to swim with the turtles and I was so looking forward to this.
I texted and communicated with staff before to get an understanding of this trip as I wanted my wife to enjoy the trip too. She is not a strong swimmer and wears a cochlear so her hearing would be limited in the water. They mentioned that the staff are very accommodating. The guides were nice but when snorkeling he always went ahead with the more advanced in the group and very rarely came back to check on the less experienced or to offer help. I noticed that it was like that with many others in the group as well. Seemed like a free for all. Just stating facts here, but seems that there was an influx of large jellyfish in the water and I mean a lot. The guide mentioned that we would need to dodge through them and constantly keep an eye out. It was not fun. Also the guide saw a few turtles but unfortunately my wife was left in the dust and never got to see any. Also to note he took us straight out from the beach and there was no reef. It was nothing like snorkeling in Aruba. Was very blah. Second part of the water excursion was kayaking. Don’t expect much. We kayaked for 10 minutes before the kayak guide John tied us all together to a buoy. He explained how to get in and out of kayak from the water and then offered if anyone wanted to get in. No one did since no one wanted to deal with the jellyfish anymore. While sitting there he gave a 5-10 minute history lesson of the island followed by a 15 minute sales pitch of their other excursions. Frustrating since I didn’t pay to sit in a sales pitch. He disconnected the kayaks and we all had to kayak back to the island. After that we had water from a cooler and an apple or banana before getting our stuff to get in the charter bus. They mentioned that they accepted tips but it wasn’t necessary. I tipped both guides. They were nice and doing their jobs. I guess others didn’t. They followed everyone into the bus to mention about tips again and offer Venmo and cash app numbers. I felt bad for them but it seemed a little pushy. We then went to flamenco beach. It was nice but the beach wasn’t all I expected. Nice white beach with a beautiful view but was a lot of trash. Also keep in mind that you will need sandals on the beach here. If you are looking for shade it is only under limited palm trees. There are a lot of burrs around these trees so be careful. Our towel was covered with them.

So overall just wanted to inform you to not get your hopes up. I saw a turtle but it was all the way at the bottom. My daughter saw a few but she swam with the guide. If you are an advanced swimmer and you don’t hit jellyfish time and they allow you to have more kayak time than maybe you’ll have a better experience than us. Unfortunately I had my hopes up and was sadly disappointed.
Good luck




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