I went here on day 2 of my trip after having done a little recon the prior day. The beach is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful on the island. Getting in the water was easy and there were some nice rock areas for me to stash my towel and stuff on instead of having to drop wet towel onto the sand.
I'm a very experienced snorkeler/diver. One thing I noticed almost immediately after getting in was that the current was pushing me down the beach. I was able to snorkel out to the same area where two of the snorkeling boats were taking people (so that just saved me like $50) and indeed it was beautiful. After I'd been out there awhile I decided to head back in and of course, that's when I noticed that the current was really pushing me down the beach since I was a little tired plus I had to detour around some of the larger rock/coral formations anyway.
After about 15 minutes of fighting the currents I was able to get back to the beach right where my gear was but it took alot of work. Shortly after I got out of the water and older man (probably late 50s) came walking up the beach. He had gotten pushed about 1/3 to 1/2 of a mile down the beach and had to walk back.
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