Parador MaunaCaribe

Address: 901 Panoramic Road, Km. 1.9, Maunabo, Puerto Rico, Caribbean | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 901 Panoramic Road, Km. 1.9, Maunabo, is near Playa Maunabo.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool


          • Free parking

          TripAdvisor Reviews Parador MaunaCaribe Maunabo

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Maunabo

          So Many Beautiful Places

          A travel blog entry by delissa on Jul 18, 2014

          There are so many beautiful places in this world. Having the opportunity to share them with my family is a true blessing and fun. So we are in a country where they don't speak english and for the last several weeks my boys have been using the Rosetta Stone for kids app to learn a little spanish. It has been great the boys were able to say the ...

          Day 2

          A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Nov 24, 2013

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          ... pier. There was a pirate ship sitting in the harbour and we overheard a lady telling a tour group that it is from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies and that they will be filming there shortly! We took a couple of pictures and then walked back down the pier to the cantina for a cold beverage. We settled things at the scuba shop for tomorrow... we start at 3 pm doing pool work.We decided that we ...

          Morning in Esperanza & the Bazarro Bazaar

          A travel blog entry by postonfamilyusa on Mar 23, 2013

          17 photos

          Had a nice complimentary breakfast of breads, fruit, and cheeses at SeaGate along with some of the best coffee ever...YUM! After this we are headed to Esperanza for the Bizarro Bazaar before meeting Gustavo back at the post office in Isabel II to begin the house hunt. The bazaar had just about everything you could imagine and was just getting crowded as we left. The sea glass jewelry was a hit ...

          Santiago y Jerry

          A travel blog entry by copernicus on Jan 13, 2013

          24 photos

          ... all over the US and everything. I have never met a real captain in my life before.

          First we went to palomino island. The water was so turquoise and clear. It was amazing. Faye and I had such an unexplainable feeling filled with giggles just riding on the boat. I learned how to anchor a boat and then tie it correctly. It was pretty complicated but I am sure with a lot of practice I could become efficient at it. We swam in the ocean and it was incredible ...

          The Natives

          A travel blog entry by swynn498 on Jun 11, 2012

          ... are also many influences, of which derive from the Afro-Caribbean and Latin backgrounds, that can be seen and heard through the reggaeton genre, as well as the traditional dances like the bomba or the plena. Another example is through the aromas of native cuisines that include rice, beans, bread, stews and different meats of pork, chicken and fish. By using different types of indigenous ...