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Diving in Culebra Pueblo

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When to go to Culebra Pueblo

The average daily temperature is 28C/82F in winter and 31C/87F in summer.

Scuba diving in Culebra Pueblo

Culebra is an archipelago consisting of the main island and twenty-three smaller islands that lie off its coast, and is located approximately 17mi/27km east of the Puerto Rican mainland. These small islands are all classified as nature reserves, and several nature reserves also exist on the main island. The island is a seasonal destination for nesting turtles, and it also has Flamenco Beach, arguably one of the best in the world. With its proximity to Puerto Rico, divers get not only beautiful reefs with abundant fish life (schools of angelfish, spadefish, barracudas, Spanish grits, needlefish, and nurse sharks are plentiful) and exciting deep walls. There are fan corals, soft gorgonians, and sponges of the most beautiful colors imaginable. Culebra has dive sites for everyone from novices to professionals, including undisturbed, pristine, and 'unknown' dive sites. There are over 50 dive sites in these islands and other rock outcroppings, including cave dives, a natural tunnel, wall dives, a shipwreck dive (the Wit Power) and endless coral reefs, such as Culebrita South Reef, Culebrita West, Cayo Ratones, Sardines Reef, and Cayo Lobito (teeming with nurse sharks). Visibility can exceed 30m/100ft.