Snorkeling is the word, though great beaches, interesting food, massages, and nature walks are included at no extra charge.
We took the water taxi, and yes there is a young man waiting to help you off then ask for a tip. There are many people who offered more service and didn't ask for a tip. I really think charging a bit more for the trip and paying the helpers would not be so hard on the reputation. We did give a tip to the helper of 50 centavos as we had been warned but noted that most did not, and did not appreciate the solicitation. No one asked on the return trip and it seemed much more professional.
There are numerous restaurants on the smooth beach side and a couple on the snorkel beach side. Rebecas, the snorkel side, did not rent table but did want you to order. The shrimp, ceviche, and guacamole were great and moderately priced. I really like the lemonade there.
Snorkeling was so fun, there are fish everywhere. You can guy fish food (which looks amazingly like cat food) to draw the fish but really not necessary as there are lots of fish to see. There are guided tours which offer a raft to hang onto and guide.
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