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Tres Palmas Marine Reserve

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Rincon, Puerto Rico
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Steps Beach is Dangerous But Awesome for the strong swimmer

Getting in the water will take nerves of steel as the slippery and jagged rocks will be no ally... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2016
Rorozco999
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Gulfport, Mississippi
Great reef

Have not snorkeled in a while....get pictures. .saw plenty of different types of fish....crabs on... read more

Reviewed 25 February 2016
Heather F
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  • Very good23%
  • Average5%
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“food truck” (12 reviews)
“sea turtles” (19 reviews)
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Reviewed 27 February 2016

Getting in the water will take nerves of steel as the slippery and jagged rocks will be no ally when you attempt to battle the surf to get past the granite beach. But if you are brave and agile enough you will be emerged into...More

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Reviewed 25 February 2016 via mobile

Have not snorkeled in a while....get pictures. .saw plenty of different types of fish....crabs on the rocks. Not a good place to take kids...lots of rocks to be careful of...

Thank Heather F
Reviewed 17 February 2016

The beach was clean and uncrowded. The lunch stand by the entrance rents snorkel gear, beach chairs, boogie boards, etc. if you don't have your own.

Thank Mary K
Reviewed 13 February 2016

This is a beautiful beach, and an amazing spot to watch surfers tame the waves. My husband and I came here a couple of times to just watch them do their thing, and to admire the setting sun.

Thank Yejin L
Reviewed 10 February 2016

Great place to relax and watch surfers! The beach was clean and easy to walk - although getting into the surf wasn't easy due to some ledge and rocks.

Thank bsa819
Reviewed 24 January 2016

We got lucky. It was wavy and sandy for days according to other people there, but the day we went it was clear and without waves. What an incredible snorkeling experience! Best snorkeling I've ever done, including a snorkeling excursion in Culebra. There are coral...More

Thank Sunburned77
Reviewed 23 January 2016 via mobile

Pretty water, nice sandy beach, calm enough for snorkeling but close to great waves. There's a good little lunch truck close by (Steps quick lunch), Porto potties if you need them. We looked for turtles but with the swell that came in, we think they...More

Thank PeanutPopcorn1
Reviewed 14 January 2016

This is a spot where you can enter the water with safety for snorkelling - just look around to see where the easiest spot of entry is depending on the sea conditions and tide. One of the largest "forests" of elkhorn coral I have ever...More

Thank Jennifer C
Reviewed 3 January 2016

A coral reef and a lovely beach. Great place to hang out and the crowds weren't plentiful so it was great. A lovely place to take a beer and watch the sun go down. Its different from up in the mountains!

Thank harrrypot
Reviewed 3 January 2016

go on a calm day and watch schools of plate sized blue fish (tang) swimming through the coral reef, eat a pinch on the beach. If you are lucky you may see a sea turtle. It's magical.

Thank Sczerina P
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Steve M
8 April 2015|
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Response from Tom Z | Reviewed this property |
It is about a 5-8 minute drive. You need to go up the road on the south-side of Puntas (past the Red Flamboyant Restaurant). Then, make a right on 413. Follow the road down the winding hill. Tres Palmas will visible be on... More
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Nancy F
19 March 2015|
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Response from Jesse F | Reviewed this property |
Definitely not for beginners most times. Especially not in Winter months, the surf and currents are too strong for beginners.
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