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We went here to snorkel and enjoy the beach. There is no entry fee but you are asked to pay to rent lounge chairs and an umbrella. You can sit at a table for no charge. We enjoyed the large swimming area and found a...More
This is a big reef but for snorkeling it is just too deep and not much to see except for far away. We did see a small green sea turtle and quite a few fish, nothing spectacular that we haven't seen snorkeling before. I think...More
diverse marine life. Drift Dive, we did 3 dives here and saw green turtles and lobsters, Great Barracudas, snappers. you name it. Check Roberta's Scuba Shack, that's the Dive Shop we booked for our Cozumel trip.
One of god's greatest gifts is this reef and its splendid aquatic life!!!
It is one for your bucket list! With all of it's walls, swim throughs and pinnacles of living coral!
Whether you scuba or snorkel there is an abundance of beauty!
Made a boat dive with Chili Charters on Tuesday at Palancar Gardens. This reef has short stubby formations and lots of swim thru caves, the coral is healthy and thriving. Yes I would do this dive again.
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Cabs are everywhere, and pretty reasonable. Some cabs take credit cards, so ask your driver. They take US dollars. Do NOT use the standalone ATMs that are on the street. They are notorious for eating your card and there... More
Cabs are everywhere, and pretty reasonable. Some cabs take credit cards, so ask your driver. They take US dollars. Do NOT use the standalone ATMs that are on the street. They are notorious for eating your card and there is really no way to get it back if you are on a cruise and it's after banking hours. Even if it's banking hours, getting someone to come out to get your card out of the ATM would take hours. (I've seen this happen to people repeatedly!) If you need an ATM, only use one inside a bank that is open!