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Cruises visiting Isla Blanquilla & all Isla Blanquilla cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Isla Blanquilla in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Isla Blanquilla is a flat, low-lying island, a federal dependency of Venezuela, located in the SE Caribbean Sea midway between Caracas and St Georges, and about 160 km off the coast of Venezuela. It is a popular location for divers, as well as famous for its alabaster-white powder-sand beaches, for which it is named. The island's wildlife includes local cacti and iguanas, as well as wild donkeys and goats. Its reefs are notable for their black coral, used for jewellery and other crafts.

The 10km by 10km fan-shaped island is built of limestone and sand. Isla Blanquilla is a dream destination for modern-day castaways. With milky-white beaches and glassy tide pools, it's a favourite anchorage for discerning Caribbean cruisers. It is one of Venezuela's most unspoiled federal offshore islands. Other than those occasional tour groups on desert-island adventures, no one comes here but the Guardia Costera (Coast Guard) and day-tripping fishermen.

If you plan to explore the island beyond its white-sand beaches, be sure to wear shoes (even socks) -- prickly-pear cactus is everywhere, and the barbs can be dangerous. Just follow the donkey paths, and you'll avoid most of it. If you come by boat, you can enjoy secluded anchorages north of Americano Bay. Though there are only a handful of palm trees, shade is at hand in caves along the shore. And it's never a bad idea to bring along a few small bottles of cheap rum to barter for fish fresh from the Caribbean, from tuna to red snapper to spiny lobster.

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