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We went here to snorkel and hopefully to see turtles. However, the water was extremely murky and you couldn't see more than about 4 feet! Perhaps the weather conditions caused the clarity issues, but this review is for our snorkeling experience, so for that I...More
A bumpy road where you will surely see wild donkeys and flamingos leads you to this secluded lagoon where you can get a cold beer swim or snorkel.
50cents to use the toilet!
Pelicans dive bombing for fish, people hanging out in the calm refreshing...More
When we visited there was quite a bit of debris on the beach. Several people had mentioned the sea was really stirred up, they weren't sure what was going on. This was a part of a half day tour from our cruise ship. That being...More
Lac Cai is a unique environment . The color of the water is very very amazing . If you are lucky you may see some turtles swimming . On the East part you may see the Karko shells piled up which are protected now and...More
We made it on that bumpy road. Be warned! It is bumpy. The turn to the bay was covered by bushes, so look for a dirt road to the right along the paved highway. That is where you turn. We were disappointed we did not...More
We drove to Lac Cai on the north side of the bay. The waters near the mangroves are so many blues and greens it is awesome to see. There are small mountains of conch shells by the sea. We found a small 'restaurant' where we...More
This dive site is fantastic! The entry is super easy in very calm area near the bar/restaurant. The channel goes out/in170/350 around 20 ft or 7m deep. Strong current pushing out. The first thing you will notice are the never ending HUGE anemones! They are...More