We heard about a place where you can swim with a shark and my daughter wanted to try it, so we stopped here after the Turtle Farm. I didn't realize it's a public beach with food and drinks also. We didn't eat here but did buy a couple of drinks. My sister and nieces needed to use the bathroom, but once they got inside they realized there is no toilet paper. So they went back out to ask the "attendant" and she shoved the tip jar at them and pretty much wouldn't give them any toilet paper until they paid! Bring your own TP when in Mexico, I guess.
The shark area is pretty confusing, with people just standing around. They charged us $5 US per person to get in the water with the shark and an attendant. There is another attendant that takes your picture, but I couldn’t figure out where they sell you the picture or how much they charge and I wouldn't have bought their picture anyway. I just took my own picture. After it was all over, I just felt really sad for the shark; it’s kept in a small fenced dock area and people are in and out of the water with it all day long. It was a pretty big shark but not aggressive at all; my husband said it looks like a nurse shark. Might be better if it was an actual learning experience, but it's just a sad tourist attraction.
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