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This is worthy cause and really nice to understand a bit more about sea horses. The place is super simple, tiny and is seen in 15 min max. Do not really recommend a visit except if you want to distract the kids for a few...More
Date of experience: January 2017
Management response:Responded 23 January 2017
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This is a nice tour to be included in your stay. It takes around 2 hours by non-motorized boat around the mangrove. Seahorses stay attached to mangrove branches. The sailboat man dives and unattached a female and a male to show to the tourists. After...More
Go somewhere else of interest a waste of time and rigged by the guys who operate the 100s of beach buggies that tell you they are going to show you the best sites but end up showing you building sites!!
It has a lot of tanks, with the main fishes of the region, including a mero.Aside the fishes, there was a Squilla. There are panels explaining the development of the sea horses.There are also moreys. The seahorses alevines, could have a magnifyng glass, to better...More