We have never really hung out on the Beach here but it was nice & clean. Smaller than Bahia Honda or Sombrero Beaches.
We went Kayaking twice while Vacation in Mid-July. Once you get in the shallows if you are a Shark person, Like me! Then this is the place to be. We saw 2 Bonnetheads & countless Baby Nurse Sharks. The Bonnets were probably babies as well but they do not get very big so it was hard to tell. We also saw several baby Eagle Rays & 2 baby Southern Sting Rays. One of the Eagle Rays FLEW under our Kayaks! It was so cool!
If you take the long route, which they will show you in the office then there is what I like to call now, Cormorant Island. There were at least a 100 of them. We also saw an Osprey & Pelican & another bird I did not know what it was. The water is calm while in between the Islands.
So if you love Nature, & want to see Wildlife then Kayak here! The last time we went was back in 2011 & I am sad we haven't been back until now, this will be a yearly thing for us as long as we vacation to the Keys.
Keep in mind it was July, so there's more activity with baby animals, so sightings could be different :)
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