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This was part of a tour that included the underground caves that are in Mexico. We had a full day, exploring the caves, dress warmly the water is about 60/65 degrees! Brrr! Then to see how Chocolate is made, and theirs is way better! Freshly...More
With high hopes we began the long anticipated drive into the park. Our first stop was at the estuary where often there are gators. However the water level was down and we saw just a few birds and fish. The view from the tower was...More
So today was the first day that they stopped ppl from getting into the ocean (10/7/19) due to The “white syndrome”. In a nut shell, the white syndrome is caused by sunscreen, bug repellent, and pollution. We were able to take a snorkeling excursion a...More
Our most beautiful stop on the cruise! Don’t miss the walk up the lighthouse. The view was amazing. I am so glad we chose this location. Hardly anyone else was there. The water was beautiful, the beach was nice, and the beds under umbrellas on...More
went there 3 years ago and it was really nice and quiet,the drinks were even better! made by an old man at a bar . the food was also good, we had guacamole with chips and couldn't even finish the bowl. this time around as...More
Spent the day at Punta Sur & Anemona Beach. Beautiful area with amazing views from the lighthouse. Visited the saltwater crocodiles in the lagoon where the naturalist explained the importance of the lagoon's ecosystem. Hired a taxi for the day and it was all so...More
We came to Punta Sur as part of a tour and had an excellent experience.
The park is well preserved and they are doing their best to keep it that way. Bring biodegradable sunscreen to preserve the still beautiful and vibrant coral there.
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You will be able to request a taxi back from the park, particularly if you make it to the beach club. The park is generally walkable so long as you ask the taxi to wait for you at the first viewing tower and then take you... More
You will be able to request a taxi back from the park, particularly if you make it to the beach club. The park is generally walkable so long as you ask the taxi to wait for you at the first viewing tower and then take you into heart if the park where the faro is located.
Since Ibersostar is very far south, you will take some pretty long taxi rides to get anywhere in San Miguel. It may be a better overall cost to rent a small car. We got a Nissan Versa from the airport Thrifty for a week for less than $150. That was far cheaper than 5 or 6 round trip cabs.