Updated: Aug 29
Great vacation means being by the water, head to Palomino Island. A day under tall palm trees dancing to the breeze, swimming, snorkeling, and enjoying water sports on gorgeous clear waters and white sand.
Did you know? Palominito Island (which means tiny Palomino), is a tiny deserted island that became famous for a scene in Pirates of the Caribbean.
Isla Palomino is a small, uninhabited island located to the east of Puerto Rico, near the coast of Las Croabas in Cabezas barrio, Fajardo. Isla Palomino is 0.7 mi long and maximally 1,722 feet wide, measures 102 acres in area and reaches a height of 165 feet.
Isla Palomino is the largest of three private islands near Puerto Rico, the other two being Isla de Ramos and Isla de Lobos. The island is owned by the descendants of Alberto Bachman Glauser, the Bachman Family and the Fuertes Bachman Family. The El Conquistador Resort has rented the eastern side of the island for their guests. The El Conquistador Hotel no longer offers a Palomino Island Day Pass.
Coral reefs, seagrass beds, and rocky coast species are among the natural attractions found in this small Island. Off the shore of Palomino island is Palominito Island (which means tiny Palomino), which is a tiny deserted island that became famous for a scene in Pirates of the Caribbean. Located about 2,000 feet south of Palomino Island, Isla Palominito sadly is now almost sank due to erosion and hurricanes.
To reach Palomino, you must coordinate with a local boat tour operator. Best news is that BOATLIFEVIP has a fleet of private boats which can accommodate you and your party for a personalized experience to sooth your soul and decompress at this paradise destination.
If your idea of a great vacation means being by the water, head to Palomino Island. No matter what you choose to do here, you're unlikely to get bored of those pretty views. Here are the Top things to do:
Relax and Lounge Under The Palm Trees
Snorkel The Clear Waters
Bring Your Beach Toys To Play In The White Sand
Bring Your Water Sports Equipment (water-sports enthusiasts enjoy Surfboard, Kite-surf, Windsurf, Scuba Diving, Jetsurf, E-Foil, Kayak, Paddle-board)
Get ready to fall in love with one of Puerto Rico’s most popular cays. Make sure to visit our Destinations Blog for more tips about top places to visit and things to do in this fascinating world of boating in the Caribbean.