Fusion Beach Villas

Address: Carr. 4466, km .4, Isabela, 00662, Puerto Rico | Lodge
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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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      Travel Blogs from Isabela

      Discovering Puerto Rico

      A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 18, 2014

      45 photos

      ... police and questioned on our intentions in Puerto Rico. They suggested that we contact the US Coast Guard of our location and intent again. We would have checked in but found out that Customs and Immigration does not perform on-boat check in and requires cruisers to go to the airport to check in. Not wanting to deal with the hassle of going to the airport, we decided that we would simply leave our quarantine flag ...

      Time has no meaning in the Camuy Caves

      A travel blog entry by lnandv on Feb 23, 2012

      9 photos

      ... and grazing horses (some right at the roadside), but seemingly never near our desired destination. Ronnie navigated the narrow byways with tremendous skill, but eventually darkness set in and we abandoned our quest for El Morro on this day.

      Returning home for a nice dinner at the hotel with Bob and Pat, we will set out another time for old San Juan. Fortunately, time does have a tendency to be suspended while on vacation and there is always ...


      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jan 16, 2012

      5 photos

      ... next stop was on the west end of the island in a town called Rincon. Rincon is a backpacker town for surfers. It is pretty crowded and there is a famous lighthouse near the beach with surfer's. The world championships for surfing was held in 1968 and they have a statue in town from this event to commemorate it. To be honest, there is not much here outside of the surfing. Surfer's in their 20-30s walk up and down the beach as well as along the ...


      A travel blog entry by dancejill on Mar 20, 2011

      24 photos

      ... They have a home here for the winter. I was surprised, but she said to me the night time lows back home are only 35 to 40. I said I was from Canada and that would be hot for our lows this time of the year. She had found two pieces of blue sea glass, one was a beautiful colour. They walked on and I continued looking as they did too. I spotted a small little piece of glass in the water that looked like it was red. I grabbed for it, ...


      A travel blog entry by dancejill on Feb 07, 2011

      98 photos

      ... in the river at the bottom! We then begin the path back and into the area where the bats are. They are sleeping now and won’t be seen, it is very warm here from the bats body heat and the fragrance is beyond description. The Camuy River Cave Park is home to more than 13 species of bats, among hundreds of other arachnid, frogs and insects species. The caves are home to a unique species of fish that is totally blind. The ...