On old British maps, they are called “the Hog Islands” and lore has it that British Pirates like Henry Morgan and the likes, left hogs on the keys so they would have meat on their return trips. All the keys and the surrounding waters were declared a Marine Reserve in 1994, with the Smithsonian Institute, WWF, TNC and World Bank, protecting all marine and terrestrial flora & fauna within a 460 square km area from fishing, developing or any harmful activity. Because of the Reserve the surrounding reef is in fantastic shape. All in all, the Cayos are one of the most spectacular collections of islands, beaches and reefs in the Western Caribbean. Chachauate Cay is the apex of any Cayos Cochinos trip. Home of a tiny Garifuna fishing village, Chachauate boasts one of the most striking settings you’ve ever seen. On this trip you’ll have the opportunity to have a little taste of their food, culture, fishing and local art. Lunch, free drinks (during the whole trip) and snorkeling stop is included.
Snorkeling gears included
Price per Person: $200.- (minimum 6 people).
If you are less than 6 people contact us we can get you with other group so you don´t miss the chance to know Cayos Cochinos.