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Reviewed 29 November 2017 via mobile

We came 16 years ago and have been dying to come back ever since! Rules have changed so we cannot hold/pet the nurse sharks like before but just being up close to these gentle creatures is fantastic! This time my 13 year old son got to be with us. Now he will brag to his friends about being only feet from sharks. If you come to San Pedro, don't miss this!

Thank Akheken
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Reviewed 28 November 2017

The water is crystal clear. You see dozens of stingrays, massive schools of fish, nurse sharks, and moray eels. There are places you can test your your free diving skills as well. SharkRay alley in particular is basically a bunch of boats chumming the water and attracting hordes of nurse sharks. They are totally harmless and its an amazing experience. Worth doing for like 80 bucks USD per person. Super memorable and you feel safe the whole time.

Thank Geraud G
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Reviewed 28 November 2017 via mobile

Shark alley was amazing. Numerous large sharks ranging in size up to 14 feet, and very large stingrays swim right by you. It is safe as long as you are not teasing them. The guides fed them as we were in the water. A must do if I'm Ambergris Caye.

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Reviewed 27 November 2017

This place is really cool! It's a must do for anyone going to San Pedro. Its not much of a ride out and the swim is easy if not a little congested at times. The sharks can be small to pretty big but they aren't there to harm you. The rays are all over the place and some are quite large.

Thank Richard L
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Reviewed 27 November 2017

Sharks and rays all in one place, swimming so close you could touch them. They are completely gentle, the sharks only eat dead things, so nothing to worry about. Not to be missed. An experience of a lifetime!

Thank Tracy K
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