The Caribbean water world from two perspectives


We will give you a sit on top Kayak and the basic instructions. You will carry your snorkeling gear with you. Sit on your kayak and let’s paddle to Manzanillo, just 2 kilometers from our beach. The Gandoca Manzanillo wildlife refuge has around 10,000 acres in its marine portion, and it protects more than 5 square kilometers of coral reef along the coast. After 20 minutes paddling you will arrive to the beach in front of Manzanillo, you will leave the kayaks here and from the beach you’ll start swimming over beautiful corals. Your guide will take you to the best spots. You will swim above the coral, also around the edges where you will see some deeper spots, little holes, cracks and caverns and a lot more. In other words, a magical underwater garden worth to see. Among the things there are sea rods, sea fans, brain coral, boulder coral, fire coral, elk horn coral, turtle grass, etc. Also you will have the chance to see beautiful tropical fish like parrot fish, angel fish, snappers, groupers, grunts, blue tangs, jack fish and others, without leaving behind the spiny lobster, crabs, conchs and other many life forms.

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Our Managing Director, Alon, has been to over 40 countries in his quest for the perfect adventure. He has biked the death road in Boiliva, trekked 500 miles across northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago, cycled from Brussels to Florence and hiked the five sacred mountains of China. Pygmy Elephant is how he spreads his love for adventure and self discovery in the world.

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