You pay to get to the island about $50 pesos per person, once you get there, it has a nice beach area. There aren't big waves and the shore isn't that deep so it's a great place for kids. They rent the chairs and tables...More
About Isla La Roqueta
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Be sure to take your own food and water. Enjoy snorkeling, wading, swimming, paddle boarding and other activities on a beach a little more protected from the ocean waves.
Had a great time snorkeling at la Roqueta with Family and friends. We rented a boat to go snorkeling and then went to see the dives at la quebrada
It was on the Palao boat and the restaurant was also called Palao. No hotel pickup but that's fine. When we arrived at the pier, we were the only 2 people that were on time! The owner sat with us for a while and complained...More
We went out snorkeling. The water was perfect, lots of cool fish and pretty coral and the locals stay far enough back that you won't get run over. We'll go back to actually hike on, what appears, to be a very beautiful island.
Nice place to take the family and swim, snorkeling and even diving is available. Simple food and drinks available at Palao. Lots of people though
We spent an afternoon very comfortable, I was surprised such a magnificent degree of cleanliness, both on the beach and in the sea, all staff there works very friendly and attentive. A family atmosphere. Widely recommended.