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There is no country which is as politically confused as Puerto Rico, caught in a tug of war between a U.S state and outright freedom. It’s a perplexing archipelago which is made up four landmasses; one out of which is completely abandoned to nature, and the rest three being the clamoring main island and its two little pristine sisters - Vieques and Culebra.
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Secluded from the bustle and chaos of the crowded “mainland”, the two younger siblings are reached via a 90 min ferry leaving from the port Fajardo- intended as the golf and gamble hotspot of the Puerto Rico’s ostentatious and showy crowd. The Vieques and Culebra gloat about long stretches of pristine beaches, expat communities, and a rebellious and hedonistic vibe. Lately it was used as the firing ranges by U.S Naval services.
In this article we are going to describe the ecstasies of Culebra, the littler of the two islands.
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Culebra can be said as deliberately enigmatic Puerto Rico, a 11 sq km slice of laid-back atmosphere, where hens roam around the potholed streets, shops open up around noon and the nightlife is full of vibrancy and roughly bearded enthused locals at the waterfront of the Dingy Dock Bar.
Culebra is liked by self-reliant people who can manage to breathe even if the ATM’s run out of cash for days. It is also a pilgrimage for people looking for tranquility. The favorite time-pass after the dark is stargazing.
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The primary attractions of the Islands are its flora and fauna. Turtles come to lay eggs here, a strange lizard which is not found anywhere else in the world is spotted on the forested slopes of Mt. Resaca, and the choices of adventures thrive in the amazingly clear waters.
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But the islands’ core arsenal lies two miles away north of Dewery, at flamenco beach- an authentic and natural scimitar of sand revered in tourist brochures as the best in the whole of Caribbean. Campsite pulls in overnighter couples.
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