Instead of paying for tours that take you on sting ray and shark feedings, I highly recommend going to the Lagoonraium instead and doing things at your own pace for however long you want!
You will need to rent a car for the day - get an early start so you can secure one of the cute little huts on the little island Wilfred takes you. He is such a nice and knowledgable man - truly passionate about his way of life. The sting rays have had their tails cut off (or however you would say it) so they're not dangerous at all. There are two feedings Wilfred does during the day - one is at 11 am and one is at 2 pm. Make sure you take your snorkeling gear! We forgot ours and ended up missing the first feeding. He brings a little boat from his island to pick you up and drops you off whenever you want to. He only has tea, coffee and hot chocolate so its best to pack your snacks and go there with food beforehand. You can easily leave your belongings in the little huts he has made.
The feeding was amazing. He basically grabs onto the fish and let them swim him around - it's completely out of this world! There's a huge eel too that he plays around with. Luckily he has ropes set up so as long as you cling onto those the current won't drift you away. This is a MUST! This takes up almost half of your day so I wouldn't recommend planning anything else after this for the day - the last boat leaves his little island around 4:30 so you can easily spend the entire day here. I forgot what the entrance fee was per person but it was totally worth it - nothing that will break your bank.
Make sure you take an underwater camera and your snorkeling gear! He speaks english fluently and is so friendly and hospitable it'll blow you away. The guy has no idea what TripAdvisor is or how popular he is on here…truly amazing!
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