The snorkeling here was great!
Lots of fish (albeit small ones). But they were colorful and loved to be fed. They'd swim up to you, bite the bread you had and then bite your fingers if you didn't bring enough. hehe.
There are parts of coral that are beautiful, yet there are also quite a few parts that are destroyed. I think its just recovering.
Its a great stop and one of the highlights of the trip.
Tips: go early, as the water is soo clear, you'd take great water pics. Bring bread (i bought some buns from the bakery in town before the trip) and had fun feeding the fish (tours may not bring bread for you). Bring lots of water, as it can get tiring and thirsty in the sun. Sun lotion and snacks are also a must.
The Siete Pecados are usually part of a day tour that will take you to 4-5 locations per day, tours can cost anywhere from P650 to P2000 per head. The difference is the locations you visit and the food they serve. The cheep tours will have fish and chicken for lunch, while the expensive tours will have lobsters and crabs. Choose the experience you're willing to pay for.
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