The cab is about $7 and that is for the cab, not pp. Entrance is about $10 now I think. It is really fairly close to the pier but well outside walking distance. Equipment rentals is very cheap, maybe $15 for everything but I don't really remember the exact cost. No they do not give lessons, yes there are showers and changing rooms. Additionall they also have nature trails, some fake Mayan ruins, resturants, bars, roped off areas in the water, a wooden raft not far offshore, objects in the water (statues), lots of fish, a lagoon to look at with a few fish in it, plastic loungers, umbrellas, and lots of iguanas roaming around. Really a very nice place.
10 dollars aperson and fee for going into park.bring water shoes because its rocky.about 20 minute ride. water is warm and beautiful.if you get tired of swimming take a walk through the nature trail or watch the dolphin shoe. definitely worth the trip.any questions email me
Aqua socks or water shoes are usually slip on's which cover the whole foot much like a full slipper with the bottom being rubber and the top nylon mesh so water will drain easily. They cost about $5 at Kmart, Walmart or any discount store this time of year. I have seen them on sale at Walgreens for $3.99 for the whole family. They protect the feet from rough ocean floors, hot sand or climbing rocks.