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My wife and I joined some friends for a week in Xcalak. We are not scuba divers, but we took two trips with Luis — one day of snorkeling and one day of wildlife and bird watching. Both days were spectacular. Luis is very knowledgeable...More
It was actually Feb/March 2017 that I was last in Xcalak, but that wasn’t an option to choose. I missed this year, but have been coming to Xcalak for decades. It’s where I first learned to dive. I have been out with Luis many times...More
We have travelled regularly to Mexico and Xcalak from 2010, and I've never been to this tiny village without taking at least one snorkeling- or fishingtrip with Luis. He's shown us manatees in the mangroves on the Belize border, loads of stingrays and turtles while...More
Diving with Luis was a wonderful experience. He has lived in Xcalak his whole life and seems to know every inch of the waters there. That was a refreshing change from some of the itinerant dive masters we encountered elsewhere who all seemed either to...More
I have been diving with Luis for several years and can’t say enough positive things! He has an amazing knowledge of the reef system near Xcalak, and guides divers to all of the great sites nearby. Luis does great pre-dive briefings, helps divers with their...More
My husband and I, along with another couple, went snorkeling with Luis and it was so much fun! The water was so clear and there were so many different kinds of fish. We even saw an eel and a spotted eagle ray! The boat picked...More
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If you speak Spanish, any local will be able to tell you where Luis's house is. If you are limited to asking among the population that only speaks English, anyone, including most tourists, will be able to tell you where the... More
If you speak Spanish, any local will be able to tell you where Luis's house is. If you are limited to asking among the population that only speaks English, anyone, including most tourists, will be able to tell you where the Leaky Palapa restaurant is. Luis's house is two houses away from the Leaky Palapa.