Isla de Cabuya, Cabuya

Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 95 reviews on the web
Isla de Cabuya, which dates back to pre-Columbian times, provides a serene and secluded atmosphere by the sea. It was used as an Indian burial ground and still serves as a cemetery today. At the cemetery, find gravesites encircled by shells, family tombs, and a two-faced headstone. The spit of land, which is only accessible by foot during low tide, typically has many surrounding tidal pools where you can find hermit crabs and small fish. Bring snorkeling gear if you have it to explore the island's surrounding reef and discover local marine life. Plan to visit Isla de Cabuya during your Montezuma vacation using our convenient Montezuma trip builder.
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  • This was quite the hike from Montezuma, but at least it's all flat road. Go at low tide to the island. Cemetery not as large or interesting as expected, though. They occasionally still bury people her...  read more »
  • The place is interesting and unusual. It is important to visit during low tide and be aware of the tide because it rises fast and close access to return.
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  • Low tide offers this amazing chance to visit Isla de Cabuya - a great day for the kids and I. Take water and a hat though as gets hot. 
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