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In this place you can relax because is very quiet, before arriving you get a boat and you can see the fish and a estatue of the virgen at the bottom of the sea, tú this clean with delicious food and there are many activities...More
It was a very pleasant activity, the crew were extremely helpful and went into details of everything around, I am pleased to see that they are culturally aware of protecting the reef, yet you can tell that it was not in the past.
We visited on a snorkel tour; the boat anchored just offshore and away from the main beach. That was good, because the main beach looked like a madhouse -- wall to wall people. We had the little snorkeling cove all to ourselves, though. The variety...More
Walked from the quayside up to the lighthouse viewpoint and back to the bar area. The walk up is tough and takes much energy, in our December visit the humidity was high making the walk difficult for many.
The bar area is low calibre and...More
The beach was beautiful. There were less vendors than other beaches in Acapulco. There were less people, but it was also a weekday. Be careful of the boat ride over. We took a glass bottom boat ride and it took 2 hours to get there.
Roqueta Island is a gem. Our guide, Juan, was about as friendly and accommodating as tour guides come. The guided tour of the island was informative and the views of. Acapulco and Pacific Ocean were breathtaking. The restaurant was very good as well. We'll have...More
A view of Acapulco by sea. The tour was exceptional. the tour guide was very entertaining, he showed us many famous houses of aristocratic individuals, we also saw a guy feeding fishes under the water. we saw the Virgin Mary under the sea and went...More
I highly recommend a fishing or boat trip out to this little slice of heaven! My husband and I’s tour guide, Benjamin Alarcon knew a guy with a fishing boat that took us fishing all day for $300! Boat was partially covered, had bathroom, poles...More
A boat will take you around And highlight some important landmarks. I was unfortunately not fluent enough in Spanish to understand it all. There was no English translator, but I really enjoyed the scenery, landmarks and views. When everyone else laughed, I laughed with them....More