Just 15 miles from the island, lies Isla Contoy.
This tiny uninhabited island is a protected National Park. From the viewing tower you’ll see spectacular scenery and a wide variety of birds. See large frigate birds, brown pelicans, double crested cormorants and marine swallows and nearly 150 different other bird species.
If you decide to duck your head under the turquoise colored water, you’re sure to see an abundance of ocean life. Keep an eye out for the different turtle species, such as green, hawksbills and loggerhead turtles. Be amazed by the beauty of the coral reef surrounding the island. Excellent snorkeling equipment is provided for you.
Then take a break for a delicious lunch of fresh chicken, fish, rice and guacamole. The fruit is juicy and delicious too. Wash it down with a cold beer or soft drink. Finally, relax in peace and quiet away from it all in this little patch of Caribbean paradise.
Learn more about day trips to Isla Contoy.