We enjoyed the place very much - you swim just 20 meters from shore and here they are - big turtles in all their grace! Clean beach, sea weed is plenty but here it’s being cleared by hotel or municipal workers unlike in other places near by. If talking nature - place is amazing. But, the local authorities charge for entry every day 5$ per person to only enter the beach, they try to force you buy a guide and rent life jacket - meaning you will go in line with several others only in the route which is “allowed” or suggested by the guides, you won’t be able to dive due to jackets holds you on surface all the time. Different level of experience altogether and not acceptable for experienced snorklers. They try to charge you for everything and do not allow use toilets if you did not buy the entrance ticket or paid for a guide. Although we still used them but it was not a good experience at all. Travel business spoiled this place unfortunately. Also they don’t allow rent of umbrellas and sun beds if you are not a resident of a hotel - which is a normal practice in Europe, especially if it’s low season and 50% of the sun beds are empty. That was a surprise as well. So you either use 20 meters or the beach shore from water line - and you need to explain this to security that its public territory according to Mexico laws or go to a beach club - there you will be able to pay for facilities by buying food & drinks or just rental fee. These places you need to find and ask for.
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