Maybe you've never heard of giant clams. I've heard of them but assumed they lived in deep, remote waters where I'd never get to see them. Here, you can swim right up and put your arm or head inside one (but please don't). The real deal, you can see the water pumping in and out of its mouth... and surprising colors.
Unlike all the other tourist attractions here which are run by the government, this is a private local co-op. Imagine that: a private local group preserving their coast as a wildlife sanctuary. Definitely worth supporting!
Pay for the guided one-on-one swimming tour from the very friendly guide. Very cheap if you bring your own snorkeling gear. if you don't want to swim or snorkel, still worth a visit because you can see a lot just wading.
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