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  • Alicia Alicia

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays We spent a lot of time waiting to get in the boats and in the beginning we were not told why we were waiting or when we would get on the ship. The first ferry was over crowded and u comfortable. It appeared to be very disorganized. We signed up to see and swim with mantavrays and then were told we couldn't go to the manta site. We should have been told this before we left and should have been offered a way to reschedule or get a refund. The snorkel sites had cold water and we felt really rushed. We were very disappointed that we couldn't see the manta site which is what we signed up for. Lunch was small and covered in flies. The mangrove tour was ok but also felt rushed as well as there being too many boats in a small space. We did not enjoy our time there.

  • Sara Sara

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays Although the weather was miserable and raining the whole time, the staff were still smiling and doing what they could to make the day enjoyable. Unfortunately we weren't able to visit Manta Island due to choppy conditions but I'd rather be safe than shark bait!!
    Would definitely do again!

  • Peter Peter

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays Absolutely fantastic trip. So well looked after by a great team. The driver and the guide (Bo) were amazing and made sure we got the most out of our trip. Lots of manta rays. Well done guys. Would definitely recommend this.

  • Nathanik Nathanik

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays Big thanks to Tatang, Ketut, the monkey man and the team for making this trip such an amazing journey despite some rain that we had.
    **The staffs at LWS are very attentive and helpful**
    We saw 3 big mantas, 2.5meters and the snorkeling spots are simply wonderful, very colorful with many nice small fish.
    The SUP in the mangrove was lovely.. please bring your mosquito repellent though.

    Highly recommend! And I definitely will come back again!

  • Davide Davide

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays

    25% OFF Nusa Penida Snorkelling - Swim with The Manta Rays Shortly: above all the trip is nice, two of the three snorkeling spots are really amazing, the tour is well organized and the staff is super nice. The mangroove tour is nice aswell but way too short.

    I don't give 5 stars because the potential of this tour is really high and in my opinion there is room for improvement. First thing: we were lucky enough to spot at least four mantas at the first snorkeling stop, which is itself really nice due to the presence of a crack full of fishes at the bottom. It was awesome, but after 20 or so minutes we were pulled out of the water. Why? Most of the people won't ever have the chance to swim with mantas ever again and the title of this activity is "swim with the mantas". Give me 10 minutes more, not 10 less, then if you need time for the schedule take it from the lunch break or the second snorkeling stop which is really nothing special. Anyway.. The third snorkeling point is really cool and unique.

    Second thing: during lunch time we were asked if we preferred sup, kayak or gondola for the mangrove tour. We picked sups. Unfortunately there are only 4 sups for roughly 20 people, so the staff decided we had to switch to kayaking, we were really looking forward to sup in the mangroves but I can understand. I don't know with which criteria the sups were assigned, but I started to have some doubts about it on the way back when we crossed people sitting on the sup, using it as a.. Kayak. Maybe it would make sense to give sups to somebody that can actually use it or much better make few more available. And once again, the experience was very nice, but really too short.