It depends! Both times provide a close-up and unique experience with the Manta Rays.
Our early time slot typically starts an hour before sunset. This trip is great for those who might be nervous about getting into the ocean in the dark, plus it’s around this time that Mantas start feeding.
The moonlight/later tour is a bit more exclusive as most boats have left at this point, and you still get to experience the Mantas in a beautiful setting in their natural state. Our hope is that the Mantas will still be feeding by this point as well.
DO WE PROVIDE LIFE VEST FOR WEAK SWIMMER?
Yes, we have everything needed for your comfort and safety in the water. Our swim guide also can assist you with any special needs.
DO YOU NEED TO KNOW HOW TO SWIM?
YES, this is an actual adventure in the ocean. Our guides can assist, but you need to be able to care for yourself.
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE EARLY DOLPHIN SWIM AND THE AFTERNOON DOLPHIN WATCH?
Early Adventure – this experience is focused on interacting with the wildlife. You will get in the water to swim and snorkel with the dolphins, followed by a search for other marine life to snorkel with along the reef.
Afternoon Adventure – you won’t get in the water with dolphins on this experience, but you will get to observe them in their natural state from the boat. After checking out the dolphins, we will head over to a local reef where you can snorkel until we return to the harbor.
Each tour comes with a swim guide for when you’re in the water, snacks, small sandwiches, pineapple, fresh homemade brownies and soft drinks and bottled waters.