Entrance is thru an opening in the chain link fence - northwest corner of the parking lot. hiked over a hill thru the vegetation. Trail well maintained. Hot, wear good shoes, places are rocky and uneven. It is posted that Rosario is a "nudista" beach. During our stay only only two persons missing parts of their bathing suit. No big... 更多
You reach the beach through a locked gate in the parking lot of Flamenco beach, you ask any local and they will show you the gate. It's about half an hour hike, some of it uphill. There is nothing on the beach so take lots of water and something to eat. The first beach you see is not Carlos Rosario,... 更多
This beach is amazing! Very isolated our family had the entire beach to ourselves the entire day we saw not another sole! The beach is very pristine white sand but the best part is not too far our is one of the best snorkel reefs we have found. Simply amazing.
This unique and secluded beach shares the same parking lot as Flamenco Beach, but we actually had to ask workers there twice how to get to this beach. Basically you climb through a locked chain link fence to hike up to the beach. I guess we were allowed, I had read all about this beach which is why we wanted... 更多
30 minute hike to get there. If you go swimming, and there are waves, there is a current going out in the only spot to get to the reef, so be a good swimmer, and be mindful. The majority of the reefs in the Caribbean, I have heard between 50- 80% are dead. Carlos Rosario is on its way. I... 更多
Maybe I just picked the wrong week, but I visited this beach twice this and was disappointed both times. First of all, I did not enjoy the hike from Flamenco. The first time I tried to go to Carlos Rosario it was a Saturday afternoon. Multiple boats were anchored and playing loud music. The water was packed with people. I... 更多
Touted as the best off beach snorkeling on Culebra, it did not disappoint. The reef extends a couple hundred yards off shore and is easy to get around using fins. The beach is fine sand up to a pebble entrance to the water. The beach is accessible from a side trail at the back of the Flamenco Beach parking lot,... 更多
Tour groups from the mainland and locally arrive in the morning. The reef has been snorkeled a lot. But the water is clear, their is still plenty to do, and their is no wind. A plus over Tamarindo beach.
Ignore the reviews that say flamenco is the best. This one is the best. It's a hike to get here so wear proper shoes and the hill coming back to the parking lot is a little grueling in the middle of the day but you will be rewarded with a nearly deserted beach and the best snorkeling on Culebra and... 更多