Isle of Pines instantly became my favorite the instant they put a crown on my head when we got off the boat! Such a welcoming gesture, we all loved it!
We spent most of the day on this beautiful beach, and you could snorkel around this isolated rock island. Unfortunately the water clarity was terrible so we didn't snorkel very long there.
Before the crowds showed up. Paradise.
My little fish! Calm warm water made for perfect swimming for the kiddos.
Michael prefers a pool in an ocean style.
I blame Grandma for this. 100%
Again sweet Jason ended up taking the boys back to the boat and my mom and I and even Aunt Janene this time looked for a better snorkeling spot. We found a man with a van who said he would take us to The Natural Aquarium. Seemed legit, and away we went. We pulled up to this shack paid $10 and they pointed us in the direction to start walking. We followed some crude signs about 15 minutes, trudging through a river, past biting flies and sand banks with 1000's of crabs but we made it!
Low tide at the Natural Aquarium exposes this beautiful rock formation. Its small but amazing. Who knows how much longer it will stand.
My favorite giant clams with the most gorgeous colors.
Like snorkeling in a salt water pool filled with coral and fish!
Still shot of the beautiful Lion fish i swam with. Watch the video for much better footage of him.
A very small section of the little crabs that were everywhere!!!