We went there to snorkel with the turtles two days ago. Apparently they recently closed all public access areas to the beach, so now the cheapest way to get there is through the dive shop which charges 100 pesos just so you can actually get to the beach. Once you´re in, you can either snorkel in the shallow water where you´ll obviously not see any turtles, or you can pay 30 dollars for entry+ "guided tour". The tour takes 20 mins and you´ll swim in a group with around 15 other people. They will also try to make you rent a life west which they claim is required, which it is not.
Apart from that there are tons of algae on the beach and in the water and the visibility wasn´t good either - but those might be temporary problems.
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