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It's a little hidden. I wouldn't have found it if not for a local showing me the night before. The water was so calm and clear the next day I went and it was packed with swimmers, mainly kids. I don't see how fish can...More
This place is unique, you can go snorkeling and get amazed by nature. We saw a couple of dancing green sea turtles, they were mating and offer us an incredible moment under the water.
Along with the turtles, there are tons of tropical fish, such...More
Concha de Perla is a great spot to cool off and snorkel just a few minutes walk from town. I snorkeled there twice - once at low tide and once at high tide. High tide was better - water seemed clearer at high tide. Swam...More
The boardwalk to the concha y perla snorkeling site is enveloped with gnarled trees and occasionally you run into a sea lion relaxing obliviously on the walk way. The snorkeling itself was uneventful; I didn't see anything, but it was a relaxing swim around the...More
I would highly recommend going here if you like to snorkel. The boardwalk does get busy but once you get in the water you are not aware of crowds. There were so many different fish, sea lions, rays, sea turtles and even an octopus. And...More
The first time we went was in the afternoon and we didn't see a lot of animals, next to sea lions lying on the benches. The second time we went early in the morning around 8, the water was more clear and the visibility was...More
Somewhat crowded when we went in the middle of the afternoon, but good snorkeling just a short walk from the pier where you arrive into town. The boardwalk and dock, that you share with sea lions and marine iguanas, were very busy, but swimming just...More