For about $100.00 each they take you out on a boat to about an area 40 feet deep. When the sun goes down you get in the water in a wet suit and snorkel gear and grab a handle on a wooden flotation board with about 9 other people. There is no actual diving or even swimming except to and from the boat. You just float and wait for the Manta Rays to appear. They have no teeth or stingers and are perfectly safe. A large one rubbed up against our legs twice (you are not allowed to touch back, even though they were so close you could have kissed them). We were in the water for less than 10 minutes until they appeared. Total time in water was about 45 minutes and they were visible almost the whole time, sometimes 4 or 5 at once. Some were as big as my car ( I drive a Miata). Also saw a few whales on the way to the site. All you need is a bathing suit and a change of dry clothes. Everything is provided. Only drawback was boredom while waiting for the sunset after arriving too early.
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