I arrived around 7:30am, before the sun had reached all parts of the bay, which was ideal. There were only 2 others there. It was silent. I saw 2 turtles (one was 3-legged and apparently hangs out there often -- the other couple had seen him before), an eel, butterfly fish, moorish idol, reef shark, snapper, surgeonfish, unicornfish, and likely a lot of others I forget or couldn't identify.
There's a great lookout point to take some great photos and then just after that, there are a couple of spots to park on the side of the road. The jungle/forest is gorgeous and filled with roosters & chickens. From the lookout, I saw dolphins around the southern tip, jumping and playing. Amazing.
I stopped snorkelling around 9am. There were 2 boats and loads of people (including some loud children) there at that point. More people usually means less fish, but I don't know for sure as I got out then.
As another reviewer said, be sure to snorkel out to the right where the land juts out a bit. That's where I saw a lot of the cool stuff (including turtles).
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