Main Cities of the
Mexican Caribbean Riviera Maya.
Playa del Carmen.
Maya, the stretch of beach line where Playa del Carmen is
located, is the second world tourist destination, behind Orlando
in Florida. Playa del Carmen is a city on the coast of the
Caribbean Sea in the north east of the state of Quintana Roo,
Mexico, located at 20.62° North, 87.07° West.
Photo of Playa del Carmen, bird view.
Tourism to Playa
del Carmen began with the passenger ferry service to Cozumel, an
island across the Cozumel Channel and world-famous scuba diving
destination. While passing through, many people realized that it
was a nice place to relax away from the crowds of Cancun but
with the same quality beaches and turquoise waters. Playa is in
the perfect location and there are many opportunities for day
trips from Playa del Carmen to explore Mayan ruins, snorkel,
swim in a cenote (underground cave), or explore the charming
island of Isla Mujeres.
One of the main advantages of Playa del
Carmen is that is easier to get to than most destinations in the
Caribbean, with many direct flights from USA and Canada. The
area has an average of 325 sunny days in the year assuring that
you will enjoy a splendid time in almost every visit.
Restaurants are along Playa del Carmen downton
of Playa del Carmen and all along the coast up to Belize, runs
the second largest and virgin barrier reef in the planet, and in
most places is not very deep and is not necessary to scuba dive
to enjoy the wonderful exotic life forms that populate. In
Mexico you will enjoy the result of mixing the Spanish European
culture with the Aztec, and Mexican Indian nation.
Playa del Carmen Downtown beach
From that, an entire new cuisine, art, and
religion syncretism come alive. Other facet of this region of
Mexico is the Mayan civilization. It offers several Mayan sites
to explore, with pyramids, temples, painting, sculptures,
ancient tombs still waiting to be discovered lay in the deep
jungle. Also the friendliness of the Maya people that still
preserve native tongue and manners. This is one of the main
reasons why people visit here, to go native.
Going for a walk in Old Playa Fifth Avenue
( pedestrians only ) is one of the funniest experiences and hard
to describe, every nation is represented there along with is
music, food, handcrafts and habilities. The Fifth Ave. is 1
block from the beach and many clubs are on the beach as the Blue
Parrot and Capitan Tutix. Walking the beach in the night is
exciting. Entrances to the best clubs and lounges have a beach
The beaches of Playa are beautifull and warmth year round, sand
is white. There is excellent snorkeling and scuba diving, and
Playacar, is part of Playa del Carmen but
a gated community of assorted developments to the south. This
planned, upscale, secure neighborhood has an 18-hole golf
course, a dozen large all-inclusive hotels, and private condos,
which are available for rent ad sale.
Playacar has two sections:
Phase I is oceanfront.
Phase II is next to the golf course.
There is a nice little shopping center directly across the
street from the RUI. It is a 4-minute taxi ride into Playa del
Depending on what hotel/resort you are staying at, the beach can
be wider or deeper or have a gentle slope to the water or a
steeper slope to the water. It varies as you travel along the
beach but most of the beach from Playacar to Playa del Carmen is
Picture of one of the many international
retaurants in the pedestrian walkway of Playa del Carmen known
as La Quinta Avenida.
After the Gala, the beach continues for about a mile. Within
that mile, you begin to encounter huge rocks that break up the
beach, first intermittent rocks, then slowly turning into solid
rock as far as you can see. It also becomes more and more
isolated the further south you go. There are a few beautiful
private beach areas in between the rocks.
Eclectic store in the pedestrian walkway
in playa del carmen known as La Quinta Avenida. (The fifth
Playacar entrance is 3 blocks from the "La Quinta
Avenida de Playa del Carmen" one of the most entertained 1.5
miles of diversity art, stores, food , shows, performances and
music. No cars nor bicycles are alowed.
The main gate for Playacar is located just north of Juarez off
Hwy 307. You can also walk into Playacar from Playa del Carmen
either by walking along the beach or through the mall Plaza Paseo del
Carmen, that is at
Just walk north and you hit Playacar. Playa means "beach" in Spanish.
Snorkeling in the beaches of Playa del Carmen
is very easy. There ara no big waves at all and no undertow.
There are Mayan ruins located in a park in Playacar. Playacar
counts with a golf
course, bicycle paths, manicured gardens. White sand beach wich
blue turquiose waters all year, excelent fishing, snorkeling
scuba diving and water activities. The beach, the Playacar home
owners are issued an ID to use the Reef Club Hotel beach club
(9) . Bring your deed ( Titulo de propiedad ) to the club house
(8) and request your ID. The Golf Club Office Phone #:
52-984-873-4990. Pick up service available. Discount rates for
Playacar home owners. No camping or fires are allowed on the
beach. Ice coolers, umbrellas towels and toys are ok, The
internet (5) has 4 machines good only for email tasks and chat.
. At the Plaza Maya Pakal (6) is the OXXO where we can find the
basic groceries and liquors, rum, vodka, tequila, brandy, ICE,
soda pop, snacks, first aid medicines, american, canadian,
italian newspapers, frozen burgers, frozen pizza hot-dogs,
microwave nachos, noodles soup, pop-corn, cigarretes, caned
goods like beans,veggies, salsa, tuna, sardines, mayo, mustard,
jalapeños, cereal, syrup, peanuts, and bread, no fruits or
veggies here. SAMS club (3) is the same as in the US, and they
carry some fruits, they have broiled chicken to go everyday, in
the food court there is pizza slices, french fries, hot-dogs.
TIn the Chedraui (4) there is everything that you find in Wal
Mart. there is a full bakery with cakes and sweets, food court
with several dishes, beans,salsas and tortillas, either to eat
here or to go. All fruits , veggies, meats, fish, dairy, outside
the cashier area there is a SQUALO beach clothes line for
surfers, also ther is a sport shoes store. The taxi fare from
Playacar to chedraui is 35 pesos ($3.5).
Picture of the Fifth avenue pedestrian way.
Mexico has one of the widest ranges of outdoor
fun and culture, making it a tourist haven and great investment
in tourism. The crime rate in this area is almost zero. Playa
del Carmen gives you 3 vacations in one. First you are in the
Caribbean, this means beach, sun, fishing, snorkeling, water
sports, night life, relax. Second you are in Mexico, and you
have the colonial cities, colorful towns, Mexican people's food,
arts, and crafts.
Third you are in the Mayan civilization, ancient
cities buried in the jungle waiting to be discovered, pyramids
to explore temples to witness ancient ceremonies, in a word;
adventure. Having into consideration that variety is the second
human need, we must acknowledge that variety is the most
important feature of any vacation destination, Playa del Carmen
offer unparallel variety, visitors never get bored here your
investment here will not worn out. Mexico is now rated one the
best countries and one of the safest for real estate
Picture of a downtown playa street.
The island of Cozumel is surrounded by countless attractions.
Their vacations in Cozumel will be unforgettable, the small town
of San Miguel offers, in addition to its friendly and warm
people, an avenue in front of the full sea of coffees and
restaurants, duty free stores, the Museum of the Island, and the
Second greater Reef of the world to dive, to snorkel and to
practice other aquatic activities . Cozumel is the greatest
island of the Mexican Caribbean with approximately 16 kilometers
wide by 48 of length. The only town of Cozumel, San Miguel, is
in the western part of the island and lodges to the great
majority of the hotels. Who visits Cozumel, can choose to
stay in hotels, tourist centers with all inclusive plans , peasants villas in front of the sea or bungalows next
to the beach. The variety of attractives in this island will
make your vacations in Cozumel really the best ones
in a lifetime, since this matchless island is a paradise for the
lovers of the nature, for those who please to dive and to
snorkeling, and for the romantic ones. This island was
considered by old the Mayans like the home of Ixchel, the
goddess of the love and the fertility. Cozumel also seduces the
Mexican tourists who wish to save, because Cozumel have the best
thing of Mexico (friendly people, accessible prices, huge stores
restaurants and interesting cultural strolls), with the
enchantment of vacationing in a Caribbean island. The
waters lukewarm, clear and color turquoise of Cozumel protect
the second reef greater network of the world, plenty of
limestone stone caverns, tunnels and the unusual black coral.
Its unique marine life attracts the divers of all parts of the
world. The National Park Reefs of Cozumel is a protected area of
30.000 acres to the south of Cozumel, including the 85 percent
of the places to dive in the island. Snorqueling is the second
deports more popular in the island. For the novices, there is no
necessity to swim great distances or to take boats to admire
reefs. There are two very different kinds of beaches on Cozumel.
One type, found on the west coast of the island facing the
Mexican mainland, offers stretches of golden sand, often with
all the amenities of a beach club. On the east side facing out
in the Caribbean Sea, quiet beaches alternate with rocky shores
along the vast expanses of the solitary coast. The waters on the
more populous west side are generally calm, while the roaring
surf on the east creates treacherous breakers and undertows. Other aquatic
sports that the tourists can hire are the fishing,
windsurfing and sailing. The coast the west of Cozumel has long
golden sand beaches with calm waters. Within the most
popular sites is Beach San Francisco, the lagoon of Chankanaab
and the Beach of San Juan. For those who prefer the activities
in earth, there is strolls to horse, tennis and hiking. San
Miguel de Cozumel, the capital of the island, is a calm town yet
the enchantment of the Mexican Caribbean. The quality of its
gastronomy, cradle in its excellent
seafood is well-known by all
the region. Its provincial air does not make it less comfortable
or modern. Their nights are ideal for those who please of the
discothèques and bars. Account with a great variety of lodging
options, from the great hotels of luxury, to economic hostelries.
In the free zone, Cozumel is well assorted of jewelry shop done
with genuine silver and gold with precious stones and
semiprecious. The stores of the center and boutiques of the
hotels have clothes, perfumery, Mexican crafts, tequila and
memories. Nightlife is always available, including a number of
funky island bars and folkloric dancing entertainment. A rental
car, bike, scooter trip or taxi tour around rural Cozumel will
produce visions of an entirely different island, one that is
mostly wilderness beaches, scrub jungle and rolling surf. There
are several small Mayan sites on Cozumel, including San Gervasio
and El Cedral, all easy to find and explore in half a day.
Puerto Aventuras is a world class residential
community resort located in the heart of the Riviera Maya on the
Mexican Caribbean. Here you will find a magical blend of lush
tropical beauty with an easygoing yet sophisticated life
style.The best of PA dates from millions of years ago. The
development includes three major protected bays and an inlet all
covered by powder white sand. The main beach area is in the
central part of the resort on Fatima Bay with over 1.5 miles of
Beach front beginning at condomino Chac Hal al and ending at
The Parrot performance team in Puerto
Chan Yu Yum, a smaller bay to the north of the resort serves
separately for Oasis hotel; an extension of beach was built
inland to host several smaller bed&breakfast operations.
Chac Hal Al inlet and beach front on the south side of the
resort will remain as the most exclusive natural reserve for a
few fortunate owners.
Because of the low density and the distribution of areas on the
master plan our beaches will never be crowded and owners will
always enjoy their privacy in spite of high season hotel
Few destinations in the world have as many direct flights as
Cancun's international airport, and from there a 45 minute drive
to one of the most spectacular reefs, only comparable to
Australia. Also, in this case, the reef is only a hundred yards
from the beach; no two hour boat ride to a dive site.
Divers may plan and decide their own adventure. The reef's first
platform is only 60' deep and will offer all you'll want to see.
Second platform will go 120' for the more demanding and from
there a cliff where the most daring diver will not reach bottom.
The Dive Center has a highly-trained and experienced staff of
multi-lingual instructors, divemasters and guides as well as
state-of-the-art equipment and custom dive boats that ensure you
a safe and action-filled vacation experience
Point of interest nearby Puerto Aventuras.
Only 20 minutes away.
XCARET......" Nature's Sacred Paradise "
Only 15 minutes away.
Is the only Gated Community resort on the
coast. It's Master Plan was conceived in such manner that each
of its lots would enjoy an immediate added value whether on the
Marina or Golf course. Low density residential areas are clearly
by expansive green belts from those of higher density
in the heart of the resort where all commercial activities take
If the Disneyland atmosphere of Xel-Ha and Xcaret
turn you off, there is a better, cheaper way of snorkeling and
exploring the wildlife of the Yucatan coast. Tiny beach spots
south of Playa, like Akumal and Paamul, offer the wildlife and
activities without the glitz, the cost and the crowds. Secluded,
quiet and lovely, Akumal is a great bet for snorkeling, diving
and fishing. This area seems to attract Americans, but saw some
local Mexicans bringing their kids here to swim and play.
Another nice feature is that the beaches are covered with short
palm trees, providing just enough shade. There is no charge to
get in, you can stay all day, eat shop and play here. No
bargains in the gift shops but high quality crafts that you
won’t find in Playa. You can stay here, too. There is a row of
tidy looking cabins along a stone sea wall that overlook the
lagoon. There's a little ice cream stand on the beach; the
scoops of coconut and chocolate ice cream are maybe the most
delicious. Look for Restaurants 'La Buena Vida,' well
worth making the trip down to Akumal for Buena Vida alone. When
you come through the gate for Akumal, turn left and carry on up
the road for about a half mile until you come to a restaurant
with a strange prehistoric fantasy creature skeleton on the
Paamul beach settlement RV Park.
About a 20 minute drive down Highway 307 brings
you to Paamul, which I can only describe as a tidy, quaint
The inhabitants live in RVs parked under large
palapas, but there’s nothing cheesy about the place. Some of
these palapas have lofts and gardens. There’s a small, tight
community here, (mostly Americans it seems) who buy these
palapas for around $8000 and pay an annual maintenance fee, if
you will, of about $3400.
The feature is snorkeling and diving. We were
told by one father and son scuba team that the diving was the
best in the area, maybe better than Cozumel.
There are cabins for rent here, too, a spartan
row of cinderblock that looked a little grim for my tastes. The
reef here is big and sprawls onto the beach. Great snorkeling.
Spend the rest of the afternoon sitting
under a palapa, then had dinner in the open air restaurant on
site. One of the best meal of the whole area here. Israel, a young waiter here with a ready smile
and Valentino eyes, gave salsa lesson while a few
other dinners ambled in and watched. They have some evening
events, like dances, once in a while, and the
folks who live here come out for the bar at night.
Puerto Morelos beach and town
Puerto Morelos is really a small
Mayan fishing village where people actually send their kids to
school, go to church, shop, and celebrate everything. It is very
safe, and you feel like part of the community almost
immediately. There are also lots of great, reasonably priced
restaurants, arts and craft shops, a "super' market, Internet
cafes, a bakery, etc. Having the down-to-earth feeling of a true
Mayan village in this sweet town, yet being able to return to a
gorgeous luxury villa with a pampering staff is truly the way to
have a great vacation. If you can get an opening, do it.
Shangri-La beach is at the end
of 38 street in Playa del Carmen. This beach is
empty on weekdays but Saturdays and Sundays
when there is some people but not crowded. There is
a very shallow reef with colorful fish.
day if weather permits, fisherman return to shore in
shangri-la beach with fresh sea food. One can ask
what was the catch and pay for it right at the
beach. Grouper, Jack, bonito, lobster, dorado.
Hobble cats and kayaks rentals
widely available for rent by day or by hour. The
small ones are at downtown beach , the big ones at
Relaxing in Playa del Carmen
Is easy. All along the beach line you will find
sunbathing chairs for rent. Some places rent you the
palapa and 2 sun chairs for the day or hour about a
dolar per hour or 4 dolars for all day. Beer is 2.5
US. Seafood plate about $15.
Bars in Playa del Carmen
La Jarra 10th st. / 10th & 12th st. La
Ranita 10th st. / 5th ave. & 10th st. Lime
5th ave. / 20th & 22th st. Margaritas 5th
ave. / 14th st. Mushroom 5th ave. / 28th &
30th st. Om 12th st. & 1st ave. Pirata On
the beach / 10th & 12th st. Sailormans
8th st. / 5th ave. & sea. Sofia Bar 4th st. /
1st & 5th ave. Viva Margarita Paseo del
Lounges in playa del Camen.
Amaris Paseo del Carmen Mall Deseo 5a
ave. / 10th & 12th st. Puro Bueno 5th ave. &
30th st. Tequilita 1st Bis st. / 10th & 12th
st. Mamitas Lounge at the beach and the 28
12th st. / 5th & 10th ave. Mambo Café 6th st.
/ 5th & 10th ave. Moon Paseo del Carmen Mall
Capitán Tutix 4th st. & sea.
Avenida you can find several boutique clothing
stores. You can find designer clothing, swimsuits,
shoes and sandals, dresses, shorts, t-shirts, tank
tops and fashion accessories. If you like
handcrafts, there are a lot of nice specialty shops
selling handbags, jewelry, art, handmade Mayan
crafts, Mexican tiles, hammocks, gourd lamps, beach
bags, and artwork.
If you are
looking for genuine Cuban cigars in Playa del
Carmen, La Casa del Habano on 5th Avenue between
Calles 26 and 28 is the place to go. It is illegal
for US citizens to bring Cuban cigars into the US or
even to purchase them in Mexico.
Quinta Avenida, also referred
to in English as 5th Avenue, is the main tourist
thoroughfare in Playa. It is a pedestrian only,
cobblestone lined street which spans approximately
14 blocks. Along 5th Ave. you will find a variety of
restaurants, bars, clubs, shopping opportunities and
various services. In Playa, nearly everything starts
from this street.
two large shopping centers on the outskirts of town:
Centro Maya (on the right of the highway heading
towards Tulum - opposite Playacar) and Plaza Las
Americas (entrance is on the righthand side of the
highway as you head to Cancún, by the large traffic
circle with statue at the entrance of Playa del
Carmen). Both shopping centers have multiscreen
cinemas and large supermarkets. The newest is
Paseo Del carmen Plaza.
Restaurants of all kinds.
Carmen is a very charming and beautiful small town
with a unique blend of Mexico and the Caribbean. Day
and night, the pedestrian mall better known as "La
Quinta" is the center of commercial life and offers
a great dining experiences with dozens of small
restaurants featuring all sorts of great options:
Japanese, Thai, Italian, Chinese, Brazilian,
Argentinean and of course Mexican.
A list is here
The best options to make
a long distance phone call to the U.S. is from a
public telephone called TELMEX. You may also
purchase a calling card where you see the sign "Tarjetas
Ladatel". A $10 usd card will give you approximately
5-7 minutes to talk. Also there are several long
distances offices, both in the hotel zone and
downtown. Look for a "Larga Distancia" (long
distance) sign. Most hotels offers long distance
service through their switchboards, however this
method can be quite costly. Double check the hotel
the rate before making a phone call from your room.
Playa del carmen lifestyle.
Young people worldwide have identified "Playa del
Carmen as the place to where to go to know other
cultures and lifestyles . This tourist center
attract painters, musicians, dancers and poets who
look for a way to escape of the daily routine and to
enter a fantastic universe, where the ideas flow as
rivers and the creativity appears inspired by the
Nature. The Beach streets are the favorite scene of
anyone with a mission: folkloric, concheros dancers
in pre-Hispanic suits executing its mystical ritual
dance, nomadic street actors, juglares who narrate
local legend and craftsmen who work their crafts
fascinating to the passers-by.
Playa del carmen strolling.
Throughout his concurred bordered strolls of crafts
stores - a simple sampling of the Mexican and
international creativity and in famous La Quinta
Avenida is the place of encounter for
outlandish personages, the visitors can prove local
plates in anyone of the numerous coffees, where one
marimba, trio of Veracruz or one band of hard rock
attracts the companions at table.
Activity at La Quinta.
La Quinta pedestrian only walkway offers activities
and things to do and see since very early in the
morning. If you want to taste real Mexican tacos
from this part of Mexico go to the main square or
Plaza principal. taxi charges 20 pesos. Once in the
Plaza principal the view of all the vending karts is
evident this occurs in the morning only, after 12 am
there are no tacos left. The assortmente of tacos is , Cochinita
Pibil, ( mayan style pork cooked wrapped in banana
leaves marinated in sour orange and condimented with
the red seed of achiote, this tacos are served with
purple sour onion ), The Poc Chuck taco, ( Charcoal grilled pork steak tacos ), Pavo rojo.
( Roasted Red turkey ), Tamales of chicken.
The ocean is within sight while you eat standing or
you can ake your tacos to go.
Cozumel has been a diving
destination since the 1960's when Commander, and
inventor of the self contained underwater apparatus, Jacques Cousteau
made the world aware of the incredible reefs of the
area. It is easier to dive and snorkel directly off
the beach in Cozumel than in Playa. To get around
the island you will have to rent transportation
(taxi, car or, more commonly, scooter), since there
really is no bus service. Cozumel is the largest
island in Mexico (28 miles by ten miles), situated
just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, lapped
by the Caribbean sea and surrounded by fantastic
coral reefs. Until 1961 this Caribbean island was
inhabited by fishermen and its Mayan remains were
known only to the local inhabitants. Then Jacques
Cousteau turned up, hailing the coral reef which
surrounds the white beaches as one of most amazing
he'd ever seen - and let's face it he'd seen a few.
With up to 200 feet visibility, hundreds of species
of tropical fish and pristine coral reef where
Cousteau even discovered the "sleeping sharks"
resting in the many limestone caves beneath the
waves, Cozumel has been well and truly appropriated
by the tourist. It's not hard to see why. The Mayan
ruins of the San Gervacio Restoration Project
contain a site sacred to the Mayan goddess of
fertility (or medicine depending on who you ask),
who was called Ixchel. Local women would come to ask
her for children or cures. Besides this site there
are 34 other archaeological sites including Castillo
Real on the northeastern coast, El Cedral in the
south and El Caracol, where the sun, in the shape of
a shell, was worshipped. As well as ruins, there are
the amazing reefs and beautiful beaches. Thanks to
Jacques Cousteau, Cozumel has developed with an eye
to its ecotourism revenues and the fragile ecosystem
of the reef is taken seriously by locals and
tourists alike. The amazing diving is legendary,
making this a marine enthusiast's paradise. If
cavern diving is up your street, then make sure you
go diving in the Dos Ojos and Bat Caverns, which
form part of one of the world's largest underwater
Getting to Cozumel
are many domestic and international flights into
Cozumel each day. There are daily flights from
several Mexican cities including Merida, Playa del
Carmen and Cancun. Weekly flights from Houston and
Newark. Weekend flights from Charlotte. Also, every
major tour operator offer direct charter flight from
Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, Toronto and Denver as
well as from Dallas to Cozumel. From Cancun Airport
a shuttle bus runs directly to Playa del Carmen and
back for catching a passengers ferry with continuous
crossings all day.
Cozumel location details.
This paradisiacal Island is located to the east of
the Yucatan Peninsula, in the Mexican Northeast, in
front of Playa del Carmen and Cancun. Separated of
the continent by a channel 17 km wide and 487 meters
of Maximum depth, located to 86 degrees of longitude
and 21 of Latitude, with an extension of 56 km in
length by 14 wide. Direct flight from USA.
Cozumel short History: Its complete name in fact is Saint Michael
of Cozumel, with origin in the word of the Mayan
language Cuzamil (Land of swallows). It was
inhabitted by the Mayans from year 600 a.d. and
discovered by Juan de Grijalba the 3 of May of 1518.
Aerosaab offers service of
aerial taxi from the airport of Cancún to Cozumel
and Playa of the Carmen, also offers tours for
Chichen Itzá and Holbox Island. And it makes his
available panoramic flights on the Caribbean Sea.
Crossing time 15 minutes.
Ferry crosing to Cozumel only from
Playa el carmen. The pier is in the main square on
the beach side, you will be the sales booths. there
is a ferry every hour since 5 Am to 11 Pm. The ferry
state of the art. is like being in a plane. Giant
Tvs show you what's to see and where to buy once in
Cozumel. bar on board, Air deck. Air conditioned,
Clean nice baths. Crossing time 45 minutes.
Cozumel's crystalline waters
attract divers of all the Planet. Here the second
coral barrier in length is born, second only to the
one of Australia, and it extends up to
Central America. The temperatures of the water
fluctuate between 27 and 30 degrees Centigrade,
depending on the stations of the year. The average
visibility is of 60 meters and all the diving is
made with currents slight to intermediate in
strength depending on the place and the time.
Cozumel protected Area: The
coasts of this island from the center zone to the
South zone and the east side is a Marine Park,
declared that way in 1996. Regulations exist to dive
in this zone, therefore it is prohibited: use
of diving knives and gloves, harpoon, or
hooks, and the use of
non-biodegradable solar protectors. It is unlawfull
to remover alive
or dead marine organisms , shells. rocks,
coral pieces. To lay oneself on the
sandy bottom or on top of corals. Loosse octopus
regulators or any equipment that could hang out from
your suit and be drgagged over the coral. Touching
the coral in any way. To be more closer than 1.5 meters
(4.5 foots aprox). of the coral. To
feed the fish. To do commercial or sport fishing.
Anchoring of boats. Outside the limits of the marine
Park all water sports and underwater hunting and all
kinds of sport fishing is allowed.