Crystal clear water, white sandy beach, and fun to explore! Hours are 8:30 - 19:30 and I suggest you get there early to get a good stop. The beach is separated in two areas: one for umbrellas and one that umbrellas aren't allowed. We rented a scooter to avoid the hourly bus schedule, which I assume can get busy at peak times. Also, since the trek to/from the beach from the road/bus stop is about 15 minutes (depending on your photo op stops/fitness level), you may want to opt to bring a picnic. There is a small restaurant if you don't. We didn't eat there. The water is shallow pretty far out so you can walk for quite a while without swimming. This is nice because there is plenty of room for the people to spread out. There are quite a lot of jellyfish so be weary. I got stung on the finger. Not a big deal :). Lots of fish that can get pretty big, which was cool. Snorkeling looked fun, but the fish aren't colorful so we didn't do it. We did bring floaties, which was a great buy. Lovely to float in the clear water and relax. Be prepared for no amenities. Overall, a lovely beach!
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