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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The island is very clean and safe with good roads. You can see how much has been done to recover while there are many places which are still closed. Tourism would help the economy and promote job opportunities. The island is beautiful. One has to...More

Thank JuanDavid1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

yup that's right... the most you will see is a stop sign. Horses roam the shore and there are plenty of beaches to enjoy. For food, you wont see fast food places except for Subway. You will find anything from dive bars and kiosks to...More

Thank Sylviamarie M
Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile

Went June 2018, it was stunning! It is still alive and better then ever. Fantastic guide, great explanation of how the bay glows.

2  Thank Amanda A
Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile

I came here for peace and quiet, for nature to bring me back to basics and it has so worked that I love it here every day even more! I have lived in five places in four years and each place has had its magic....More

Thank Upekkhapr
Reviewed 5 April 2018

If, like us, you are trying to decide if it’s OK to go to Vieques post-hurricanes: YES! We had a great time and felt perfectly comfortable being there with a little kid. That said, the island is still recovering, and some stores (and beaches—including La...More

2  Thank neuro100
Reviewed 3 March 2018

Vieques Island is fantastic! We'd never visited before and absolutely loved it. The beaches were great, and while you can see the destruction (piles of vegetation and debris, for example) from the hurricanes, it didn't detract from a great visit. Travel: We took the 9am...More

Thank Wendy x
Reviewed 24 February 2018

We couldn't believe how little damage last fall's hurricanes caused to the beautiful white beaches. We were able to get to every beach but Blue. Lots of restaurants and all the stores are open and stocked.

3  Thank Michael M
Reviewed 23 February 2018

This is the Caribbean as it was decades ago - gorgeous, slow paced, friendly, undeveloped. Enough bars and cafes, yet still wild and peaceful.

2  Thank Gringo-in-Paradise
Reviewed 22 February 2018

We visited 5 months after Hurricane Maria, and while we enjoyed more than a dozen beaches that were open, several of the best-known ones, like La Chiva and Punta Arenas, remain closed due to damage. Quite a few of the tourist-centered businesses along the Malecon...More

1  Thank Bernice T
Reviewed 27 January 2018

We enjoyed our stay here. It is complicated to get here by ferry due to queues so if you go, stay for enough days to make that endeavor worthwhile! I thought it was a lovely place and wished we had longer there. The Biobay was...More

1  Thank Jennie360
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12 May 2018|
Response from Jose V | Reviewed this property |
You can use air transportation or marine transportation they both working!!! Have fun!!!! Or I highly recommend you to go to Icaco Island in Puerto Rico! It’s awesome