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Tunel de Guajataca, Quebradillas

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
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3.3/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
Visit Tunel de Guajataca--a hidden gem of rich history and beautiful scenery. Walk through the remnants of the national railway built around 1905. The tunnel starts at Playa Guajataca, a beach with fine white sand and swaying palm trees, and leads to the picture perfect Playa Pelicanos. Take pictures of the foaming waves and and colorful sunsets and enjoy the wild, untouched nature. You shouldn't swim at either beach because of the strong currents. Neither beach offers restroom facilities. Add Tunel de Guajataca and other attractions to your Quebradillas trip itinerary using our Quebradillas itinerary builder.
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  • It is nice and romantic. It has been bandalizado. It is a little lonely. The beach is not to get and well dangerous. But the place is very nice.
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  • a very nice to visit, place your beach seemed very close and clean, close the tunnel you can see the face of the Indian which is one of the attractions of the place.
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  • its been a great visit to this area so beautiful the beach the tunnel and the view of the sea after the tunnel a great place to go whit the family but during the day and bring some tennis shoes becaus...  read more »
  • Area turistica para pasarla en familia frente al mar
  • I stopped by along my journey from San Juan to Rincón. There isn't much to see in the tunnel and the beach, whilst beautiful, is not ideal as it is too rocky. I'd only recommend this place if you have some time to make a detour along the way.
  • Very beautiful nice trail lots of parking beautiful palms.
  • Gratis place, too bad is not kept very clean. The government or any other organizations should take better care of this beautiful place.
  • A beautiful spot to make a stop if you're cruising through the west of the island. A short walk with some truly beautiful sights.
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