We went out to shark and ray alley from caye caulker with ragamuffin tours. I was really happy with the snorkeling and our guides. It was truly an amazing experience getting to swim with so many sharks and rays in one place. However, it was painfully obvious that the only reason we were visited by so many animals was because they were being baited. They were already swimming up as soon as they heard the boat engine. As soon as the fish were gone they disappeared (maybe 15 minutes in the water). I have mixed feelings on baiting the water from an ecological standpoint. That being said, this seems to be the common practice amount the tour guides and I admit guiltily that I was glad of the experience to get to be with so many animals in the water.
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