Fusion Beach Villas

Address: Carr. 4466, km .4, Isabela, 00662, Puerto Rico | Lodge
 
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Location

This lodge, located on Carr. 4466, km .4, Isabela, is near Crashboat Beach, Jobos Beach (Playa Jobos), Punta Borinquen Golf Club, and West Paradise.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Fusion Beach Villas Isabela

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Isabela

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Mar 12, 2015

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    ... fine. We traveled along for a good amount of time, seeing so much sea life including turtles, tuna, coral, tang, parrotfish, and urchins. After about an hour and a half into our snorkel trip, I began to get motion sickness. Alex understood and brought me out into a deeper part and I felt slightly better. We pushed onward a little further, and I managed not to puke into my snorkel (HOORAY!!!!). Although I went all ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... the beach though, shall we?

    Grandpa being the chatty guy he is, made friends with the man climbing up trees and grabbing coconuts. He turned out to be a very chill guy though, and sold us a water-filled coconut for only a buck! Coconut water isn’t a good mixer for alcohol, but it was refreshing! The beach was a mix of locals (great asses), out of town Puerto ...

    Time has no meaning in the Camuy Caves

    A travel blog entry by lnandv on Feb 23, 2012

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    ... at the Camuy caves, we found ourselves delayed but no less enthusiastic about our choice of destination for the day. Part of the National Park system of Puerto Rico, the caves boast the third largest underground river in the world. The waterway follows its course through a network of caves, canyons and sinkholes which were cut through the island’s limestone base over the course of millions of years. The landscape in and around the park ...

    THE ORANGE FESTIVAL

    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Mar 20, 2011

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    ... a restaurant by the El Rincon Surf shop in the Bogueron mall. We ordered a large meat lovers. When it came I just about flipped as it was huge. The man had asked if we would like the extra large one and Len had said no. Thank goodness for that. It was delicious and we took half of it home for dinner tomorrow.

    It actually was very quiet last night. Len watched the fights and I went to bed early. This playing out in the sun ...

    SPOUTS OF WATER - WHERE - OVER THERE!

    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Feb 25, 2011

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    ... to a small beach where the divers go out from and Len went for a snorkel while I sat and read, watched for whales and talked with 2 divers coming out. They said they didn’t see much as it was quite murky with the big waves earlier this week. Len was out just under an hour, he did see some fish and a turtle, but he didn’t want much to do with Len.

    We did some grocery shopping and went to bed ...