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CampingCulebra.com is written by a pair of individuals with considerable travel experience that includes visit(s) to various places in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Central America, Western Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. 

This website is written for individuals who are visiting or thinking of visiting Culebra Island and Playa Flamenco who are looking to camp or travel on a limited budget.  Information changes over time.  If you are aware of new information, please contact us at the e-mail address listed below.

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6 comments:

  1. Hi! I'm so excited about our upcoming trip to Culebra. We decided to skip the main island and just relax on the beach! We are camping out two of the nights of our stay and I had a pretty basic question. Is leaving our stuff in the tent safe if we want to sight see without taking all of our gear?

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    1. We hope that you have a great time in Culebra! We found that leaving stuff in the tent was quite safe while we went out and about. Many people do this. However, that does not mean that things never happen. I would not leave money or expensive electronics in the tent. I think you will have a great time while on the island. Enjoy!

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