Guanica is divided into four distinct areas: Tamarindo, Jaboncillo, Manglillo Grande, and Manglillo Pequeño. Each offers ... More
Guanica is divided into four distinct areas: Tamarindo, Jaboncillo, Manglillo Grande, and Manglillo Pequeño. Each offers recreational facilities. Tamarindo has an extensive beach and offers calm, crystal clear waters. Jaboncillo is a great venue for picnics and features picnic tables, restrooms, and plenty of natural shade provided by guayacan and tamarind trees. Manglillo Grande and Manglillo Pequeño are so named because of their beautiful red mangroves. Families and small children visit these beaches because of their shallow and calm waters. The Department of Natural Resources oversees the maintenance and management of all of these beaches.
I would never change my beach for any other 1 .. I grew up in the beach area in Playa santa Guanica puerto rico and when the months of summer come around the corner the fun is called for at the beach... every 1 has it's opinions but no one knows the beauty of living in the small county of Guanica puerto rico. If you visit enjoy it dispite the fact that economy hits hard in some of the area and some may be run down enjoy ur vacations and remember your vacation will be as fun or boring as you chose to make it...Have a good time enjoy the beahes and drive safe.
My husband and I went to Guanica for our 9th Wedding Anniversary. It took us 2.5 hrs to get there. We stayed at the Copa Marina Hotel. Although it was expensive, there were "fonditas" nearby were we could find good inexpensive criolla food. Also nearby and for a few bucks we were able to get a boat to Guilligan's Island or Ballenas' Island. Beautiful shallow beaches, with crystal clear water, excellent atmosphere. But don't forget to bring a shade and a powerful sunblock! This year we'll visit Guanica again with our kids.
This place advertises that it is a short drive from the airport in San Juan, but actually is a 3 to 4 hour ordeal depending on what time of day you are going. The beaches were not good for bathing or swimming due to the mushy consistancy of the sand. The dry forest was beautiful but not much to do. There is a small town which is very expensive and the people are not very friendly nor was the service. I visit Puerto Rico at least twice yearly and I will never go back to Guanica or the Copa Marina resort again! The worst time ever in PR!
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