Professional middle scale fisheries (e.g. trawlers, purse-seiners) and recreational fishing (e.g. spear fishing, long lines, nets) as well as motorisedwater sports (e.g. waterskiing, jet-skis) are forbidden year-round to protect the loggerhead sea turtle and the marine ecosystem. You may discover the beauty of the area by boat (attention: boat speed should not exceed 6 nautical miles per hour and mooring is only allowed in Zone C), swimming, canoeing and diving.
To make your trip a more fulfilling experience, you may observe the loggerhead turtle in its natural marine environment. If you encounter a turtle, do not approach it from the front and keep a minimum distance of 15 metres. Maximum observation time should be limited to 15 minutes, when the turtle is not on the water surface, or 10 minutes when it is near to the water surface.
During this time, do not feed nor touch the turtle. If you do not want to scare the turtle away, stay calm, do not shout or make abrupt movements (and keep boat movements to a bare minimum!). In the case that the turtle is stressed, keep away; you will have the opportunity to observe others.