Isla de Mona Nature Preserve

Nothing more than a small and remote island off the coast of Puerto Rico, Isla Mona is a popular destination for eco-tourist from the mainland and from all over the world.

Part of the beauty of the island is that the park does not offer anything. Isla de Mona belongs to the the wild pigs, goats, and other species that have made the island home. However, depending when you show up, you may be able to camp and hunt at the park.


Positioned on the island of Mona, Isla de Mona Nature Preserve welcomes residents and guests who are lodging on this part of the island or close by. Regardless of whether or not you are staying in the vicinity, you should consider stopping by for some fun in the sun. In case you're wondering, Rincón is 46 miles (73 and a half kilometers) to the east-northeast.

The most common way of reaching the island is by private charter. You may be able to find a tour group going to the island, but it is a less common destination. You could alternatively fly, as there is a small airfield on the island that accepts private planes.

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While camping is not allowed year round, you should have no trouble if you try making reservations for some time between May and November. Additionally, hunting season is generally between December and April.


There is no direct cost to gain access into the park, though transportation can be costly.

Location: Mona


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