It's out in the middle of nowhere. In fact, I thought I was going the wrong way, but then I finally see a sign and I'm rest assured that I've found the place. The staff was very friendly. The facility offers snorkeling gear, odds and ends for swimming & it appears they give scuba diving lessons, too. There are picnic tables on site, but no restaurants or cafes on location, so bring snacks. However, they do sell ice cream & have a soda machine on site. It's not worth visiting this place unless you go snorkeling. There is a fee per person for touring the facility but you won't be able to go down inside the den to see the water unless you pay the snorkeling admission fee & actually go in with snorkeling gear. Once inside the devil's den, the view is pretty. The water is very cold but worth the swim. Keep in mind it's not very big. What you see is what you get. It does not expand out any further than what you see in the pictures. I'm glad we did it. It was just me & my 10 yr old daughter & she wants to come back again next year.
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