Loved it the first time, and I still love it today! They had, sadly, added a stairwell to the hidden lagoon (I suppose for the people who did not or could not go underwater to swim through the hole). In my opinion, it took away from the challenge and adventure of swimming through the narrow hole that is usually only visible in low tide. Once you see the other side, it is so rewarding. The lagoon is completely walled in by mountains, and the water appears bottomless and dark. There's something quite magical about it.
I suggest you go when the tide is low so you can swim through the hole easily without resorting to the stairs, or later in the afternoon, to avoid the crowds.
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