We saw a huge sea turtle and found a sand dollar with colorful shells

October 4th 2021

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Feb 20 ~ Feb 26

The Activity we Experienced

What we chose to do

We saw a huge sea turtle and found a sand dollar with colorful shells

How did you discover this activity?

Expedia under activities

When did you book your tour compared to the departure date?

Day before

Why did you choose this activity?

Price/length of activity

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What was your experience with the activity’s staff?


Highlights or memories you and your group will take from the trip?

We saw a huge sea turtle and found a sand dollar. We also found more colorful shells than on the resort beaches. There was a nice sized pod of dolphins we viewed for around 20 minutes. The captain was very nice towards everyone and explained everything well. I booked through TripShock and actually misspelled my email but I called and they cleared it up and in about 3 minutes I got my voucher emailed over so I was happy. It’s not my thing but when this boat departs they give you chips to feed the seagulls which the other people seemed to enjoy. They also drop a net at one point and potentially catch some fish. I think they caught one during our trip. The only downside is it’s a lot of people and a lot of walking during the shell island part but it’s cheap and it’s about 4 hours so overall it’s cool for this area.

Would you recommend this activity to another group like yours? Why or why not?

I would recommend this if you have never seen dolphins or want to kill a few hours. It’s a big boat though so it will be crowed. Overall not greatly expensive. The shell island part requires a lot of walking and the sea may be rough. No gear is provided so bring goggles/beach gear if you plan on getting in the water. Pack light. You will see dolphins by the jetty. We saw a huge sea turtle too.



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