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If you’re a water lover, this guided day of fantastic snorkeling is for you. Discover three different biosystems as you explore an ocean inlet, an underground river and a Maya cenote. From the Caribbean’s sparkling blue waves to river waters in the jungle, witness an array of exotic marine life. Refuel with a delicious buffet lunch between snorkeling stops and capture incredible photos of your adventure throughout the day. Hotel transport from Cancun is included.

Highlights

  • Full-day snorkeling tour from Cancun
  • Snorkel in a cenote, an underground river and an ocean inlet
  • Swim in open water and in the middle of the jungle
  • Learn from an informative guide about the plants and marine life you see
  • Buffet lunch, snorkeling gear and hotel transport included

What You Can Expect

Full-Day Mexican Snorkeling Adventure

Visit a cenote during your tour

Customer Reviews

Jesus S

4 star rating: Recommended January 2016

Very fun

Stacy W

4 star rating: Recommended July 2015

This was a fun trip. Be aware that if you are departing from Cancun, you will have a long ride ahead of you while the van picks up other vacationers and then heads over an hour south for the activity. We started at the open cenote that has a zip line and high platform for jumping. There is a wooden ladder, if you're not quite so adventurous. All 3 snorkel locations are very cold, 72 degrees. We walked about 3 blocks to snorkel the cave, and it was really neat! This is where they take some awesome pics of your group inside. You'll probably see a few bats. Wear mosquito repellant, as the bugs will eat you alive until you get in the water. We then walked just a few steps to the screened lunch building, and had a great lunch of grilled chicken, rice, potatoes, etc. After lunch, we drove to the last location, the ocean inlet. You will have to wear fins here, but fins, masks, snorkels, and life vests are provided by the tour company. This was a great place for tons of colorful fish and neat underwater formations. I highly recommend wearing water shoes, as you will be walking on gravel and over semi/rough terrain, and it was a pain for those in sandals to keep taking them off and putting them on. It also was good to have them on in the water, as they protected our feet from rocks and things underwater.

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