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“A top experience for inexperienced snorkelers”
Review of Shark Ray Alley

Reviewed 3 December 2017

For those of us who don't dive and only occasionally put on a mask and flippers, this was a great way to large rays and harmless nurse sharks at close range. While the animals are clearly "tame" and used to being fed and touched, it's still an awesome experience to stroke the back of an enormous ray and to actually hold a shark in your arms!

Thank John R
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Reviewed 2 December 2017

swimming with sharks and sting rays sounds like a very scary idea...yep, it is. you enter the water and the sharks swarm toward you, but even scarier are the sting rays, they are everywhere..... make sure to go

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Reviewed 1 December 2017 via mobile

We combined this with Hol Chan abd Caye Caulker through Sea rious Adventures! Snorkle of a lifetime for sure!

Thank Tami S
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Reviewed 30 November 2017 via mobile

It was a great experience but they feed the animals like nurse sharks.. this is not good for the eco system. Good day on the bariere reef, Shark ray alley and spotting seahorses and tarpons. It was great for our son to see soo many animals (barracuda, Rays and nurse sharks) from closeby and to see tarpons jumping out of te water.

Thank Gabi B
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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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