Other tour details - the boat leaves about 8am; after the swimming you get lunch which is a 3 layer sandwich, apple, and a soda or water. You are asked if you want to use a buoyancy vest, or a neoprene shorty suit. You are provided fins, a snorkel, and a mask. Bring sunscreen, hat, motion sick tablets, binoculars, extra water to rinse the saltwater from your face, granola bars, whatever will make you comfortable being out on a boat 5-7 hours.
We were well pleased with Willy's Tours; our guide Lis was really sweet and knowledgable. The capitan, Tomas, although not real communicative was very good and had good eyes, he would detour for us to see other stuff as well. On our trip we saw manta rays, golden rays, spotted eagle rays, turtles, and dolphins. On the trip back the capitan took us into a shallows area where we were able to get into the water and just relax a few minutes. There were also lots of birds in this area as well.
It was a very good day!