The natural pools are the top tourist attraction here. There are daily boats to visit them, the price may be a bit high (as expected), bit still worth it and you can make a deal with the sales guy. There are three of them to visit: Galé Principal (largest and less well preserved due to long time exploration), Taocas (also big but better preserved) and Barra Grande (smaller). Check the tides table and choose a day when it will be on its lowest close to noon (be sure the day before had no rain), and leave 1-2 hours before the lowest tide. Don't expect to see hundreds of fish swimming around you, as you'll probably be around dozens (maybe close to a hundred during peak hours) of people making a fuss on waist-deep water. Swim to less crowded spots for better viewing.
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