Tunel de Guajataca, Quebradillas

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. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Tunel de Guajataca and many more Quebradillas attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Quebradillas travel route planner.
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  • This is an historic tunnel located in Quebradillas. The train use to pass through this tunnel. They also have parties once in a while at this location.  more »
  • This tunnel was used by the train system that surrounded the island in the early 1900s that ended in the 1950s. It remains a place to visit with beatiful views of the ocean. The beach is good for surf...  more »
  • Tremendous place. Fantastic to take pictures and spend it with your family. Part of the history of Puerto Rico and Quebradillas. A spectacular, typical breeze of the beaches in the country.
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  • It's a historic tunnel. Be careful when you're entering the tunnel, the walls are muddy due to water seeping down. Your eyes might not catch it at first since you are entering from the lighted into a darker area. Very scenic all around the coast. The waters and coastline after the tunnel are very treacherous but there is a safe beach just north of the tunnel. There are vendors before the entrance with local produce and eats. Please support them. I will be back.
  • Nothing really great about the tunnel but the view is nice of the ocean. Road is passable but down to one lane in some spots. PR National Guard is giving out water under the highway 2 bridge so be mindful.
  • Little devastated after the hurricane but still a beautiful area! I've seen before and after pictures and understand why the locals say the while island is devastated but for my first time I thought it was still beautiful. The tunnel here used to have a major railway that transported sugar cane. There's an interesting cave through the tunnel but you'll need a flashlight or headlamp to check it out.
  • Very beautiful! I never got tired of seeing the ocean here. And the walk through the tunnel was great.
  • Beautiful place, try not going on the weekend because there's too many people visiting. Would recommend a swim there's great waves here unlike everywhere else! Unfortunately there's lots of trash everywhere because Puerto Ricans just love to throw trash around instead of taking it away with them....but that's the same everywhere in PR. If you can overlook that it's a great place to visit for a few hours!

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