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Great little curio stores (and they accept credit cards). Snorkel to el Cielio - $25 - for 1.5 hours. It’s half the time of the trip if you go with somewhere more north on the island, but the only difference is the distance you have...More
Very healthy and colorful dive site that did not disappoint. I have dove Palancar Bricks as well as Palancar Horseshoe and both were spectacular; world-class. Use Aldora Divers for best results - 10/10!
This is not good for Snorkelling. The area was covered with seaweed, coral is very deep, and we didn’t see any color. We only saw one stingray laying at the bottom. Otherwise, there is not much to see here.
One of the best reefs! The was ample marine life, warm water, and plenty of coral structures. We saw nurse sharks, lobsters, huge crabs, trumpet fish, shrimp, rays, and so much more. The huge reef structures were fun to explore
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Cabs are everywhere, and pretty reasonable. Some cabs take credit cards, so ask your driver. They take US dollars. Do NOT use the standalone ATMs that are on the street. They are notorious for eating your card and there... More
Cabs are everywhere, and pretty reasonable. Some cabs take credit cards, so ask your driver. They take US dollars. Do NOT use the standalone ATMs that are on the street. They are notorious for eating your card and there is really no way to get it back if you are on a cruise and it's after banking hours. Even if it's banking hours, getting someone to come out to get your card out of the ATM would take hours. (I've seen this happen to people repeatedly!) If you need an ATM, only use one inside a bank that is open!