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This is an interesting place to visit near Montezuma. Just make sure to start walking back before the tide starts coming in or you will get stuck out there. Also, the rocks walking out area bit jagged so I suggest wearing something with a more...More
The hike out to the island is interesting. You can only walk to the island during low tide. We didn't find any beaches that you could actually sit on. There were large rocks you could sit on though. The cemetery had lots of garbage laying...More
The cemetery is worth a visit - a magical place and the walk around the island is nice as well.
Not so good for swimming or snorkeling.
Short walk to the island at low tides, limited time window to visit.
There are bioluminescent algues around...More
Wanted to see the local town of Cabuya Island Cemetery. Reachable only on low tide. Its a short 5 min walk from shore to the island. I found it interesting it is still being used, The local fisherman ask to be berried there. Very beautiful...More
We got the bus here from centre of montezuma- easy enough. The island was less pretty than expecting and lots of rocks to get there - wear trainers as a bit hard in wet flip flops. We wanted to go snorkelling but the waves were...More
Wear comfortable walking shoes that you do not mind getting wet, take water and sunscreen. Arrive 2-3 hours before low tide by bus, car or on foot, Take the little road toward the ocean next to El Delfin de La Luna or better yet, right...More
Be sure you go at the beginning of low tide or you will get stranded! Interesting walk put to the island but not much sea life in tide pools. Quite rocky on the way out and slippery so wear good foorwear. Depending on the day...More
Response from CharlieH887 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, there is only 1 low tide a day. It usually starts to go up around 12noon and takes a good 3-4 hours to completely go up. So you have plenty of time to explore the island cemetery and do some great snorkeling around... More
Hello, there is only 1 low tide a day. It usually starts to go up around 12noon and takes a good 3-4 hours to completely go up. So you have plenty of time to explore the island cemetery and do some great snorkeling around the island. It’s a fishing village so they are many boats that can take you for a boat ride or fishing/snorkeling. I did a separate review on the boat I used called Mar Paraiso look it up. The fisherman’s name is Jose. He is great and goes out of his way to please and knows how to find fish and even cook it for you. He is at Cabinas Doña Rosaura. Look him up you will not be disappointed. He is about a block down the beach from where the small fishing restaurant is across from the island.