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Mona and World War II

This is an island that has not changed much since time of Christopher Columbus so I write from a... read more

Reviewed 12 November 2015
Nokesville28
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Kissimmee, Florida
Galapagos of the Atlantic

SUMMARY: The Island is magical, particularly underwater. This is not a casual or easy tourist... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2014
Ernest W
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Mayaguez
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Uninhabited island in the Mona Passage that is a mecca for divers, biologists, hunters and tourists interested in seeing unique wildlife.
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11 Nov 2015
“Mona and World War II”
13 Mar 2014
“Galapagos of the Atlantic”
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Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
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Reviewed 12 November 2015

This is an island that has not changed much since time of Christopher Columbus so I write from a Historical point of view. I learned to fly at the Mona Airport which may now be "X" rated. From the Airport to downtown was a pine...More

10  Thank Nokesville28
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Reviewed 14 March 2014

SUMMARY: The Island is magical, particularly underwater. This is not a casual or easy tourist destination. Careful research, planning, and preparation is required. TITLE: “Galapagos of the Atlantic” Tripadvisor review #48 13 March 2014 CORRECTIONS: [A] One reviewer stated that Mona had “Comodo” (= Komodo)...More

27  Thank Ernest W
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Reviewed 21 February 2014

I have been visiting Mona Island with my brother twice a year for the last 11 years, as part of a group of pre-selected Scientist, Biologist, preservationist, and hunters that controls the population of wild-life(my brother is a disease control researcher) and avid Hunter and...More

14  Thank DaMarcanos
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Reviewed 20 December 2013

My wife and I visited Mona on the live-aboard Juliet in 2008. Just now found the photos so this post is for that trip. Mona is a uninhabited virginal island with wonders both above and below the surface. Nearby is Little Mona which is also...More

19  Thank stfree
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Reviewed 29 October 2012

This is my favorite place to visit at least once a year. The island is a refuge for birds, sea life and is protected by the Puerto Rico and US governments. Fishing is not allow in 3 nautical miles around the island, this is why...More

11  Thank Abraham R
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Reviewed 10 December 2008

Mona island is beautiful not only for it's beaches but it is great for exploring caves. There is a cave where you can see down the cliff to the ocean. It is completly flat on top and it is formed by dolomite rock; which is...More

29  Thank eidiyaya
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