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When the tide is out it is possible to walk to this lovely little island that is dedicated to a local cemetery. It was very peaceful and inspiring to visit there and as we were leaving, the perfect ending was a rainbow shining brightly over...More
You can only get to this place (by foot) during low tide. It's a cemetery on a small island that actually becomes an island about 18 hours of the day. The other 6 hours you can walk there across the low tide sea base. It's...More
First of all TJEK THE TIDE. Especially going in the winter like us. The tide changes every day and so we went for the low tide at 4pm. Going at 3 we had plenty of time to look for shells and enjoy the view. We...More
It is definitely a unique experience to walk across the ocean during low tide to reach this island. It is also a cool cemetery to see but that is really all it is. I would say it is definitely worth the trip once but do...More
At low tide it can be accessed from the shore. I have not seen the high tide as I walked the path from Montezuma to Mal Pais only once in November. The water was low and the roads are dry (lucky me). The cemetery is...More
Local cemetery on an island accessible on foot when tide is out, unable to snorkel due to tide. Cemetery small and local, not much to see other than the surrounding landscapes, if you have an hour or two, may be a place to visit, but...More
We saw on TV a show about this island so I decided to pack my things an took my family with me last Saturday we had the best time ever we walked to the island 400 feet we took a break there from the heat...More