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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    ... facilities were nice, and grandpa fell in love with chicken wings from the beach bar. Prices were decent, much better than what we had seen before. Definitely hanging out more here next time I come to Puerto Rico!

    I was a little nervous walking into Rincon Dive and Scuba for my very first snorkeling trip, but the guys there were very cool and eased my nerves. My grandma sent me off with a ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... great asses), and some American spring breakers both young, middle aged, and old. Met some ex-pats from Pennsylvania who brought out their son too! But the rain came to ruin our parade, so off we went to beach town called Boqueron.

    The beach town was dead today too, pretty but dead. Noticed a few Americans walking around, and grandpa made friends with some people ...

    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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    ... watching them, and she said just from her front porch. She suggested we go to the wall by Surfers beach. We went by the cliff of Surfers beach, but ended up at Wilderness Beach where Len seen a spout from a whale and we saw the most perfect sunset. Incredible ending for a great day!

    Feb 25 – Well, the young women were true to form at being noisy, went out at midnight and came in when the bars ...