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Swim with the largest fish on the planet, whale sharks, during this 6-hour eco-adventure from Cancùn. Travel to the Caribbean Sea off Isla Mujeres, then don the provided snorkel gear and swim right alongside these gentle giants, which can grow up to 15 feet (4.5 meters) long. Watch as the graceful animals glide through the warm water with mouths open wide, feeding on the microscopic plankton abundant in the Yucatanian waters. Go ashore on North Beach for lunch and some time to relax before returning to Cancùn. Lunch, snacks, snorkel gear, and round-trip transportation from Cancùn are provided.


  • Swim with whale sharks, the world's largest fish
  • Put on provided snorkel gear and swim alongside these gentle giants
  • Go ashore on Isla Mujeres for lunch and free time on North Beach
  • Lunch, snorkel equipment and round-trip transportation from Cancun are included

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Whale Shark Encounter from Cancun

Most Amazing Whale Shark Encounter

Customer Reviews

Delizete D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

The whole trip was just GREAT!
The guides knowledge,specially Frank'sof the whale sharks and their benevolent guiding hand made our trip just magnificent!!
You gave us a wonderful chance to view incredible wildlife, and the entire experience was outstanding. We feel like you really care about the environment and about us! Just keep up the FINE WORK!!!
D.Dorn and F.Hingdom

springdimartino United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

The tour was fantastic. The captain and first mate were even better!!! They provided a fantastic lunch, drinks, water, snorkeling equipment and fins. This was our second time doing this particular tour and it was just as breathtaking as the first. The ONLY negative I can say isn't due to the company, but for future guests to remember. There were only approximately 4 whale sharks available to swim with this day probably due to the recent tropical storm shaking things up out in the Sea. So...there were maybe 30 boats swarming around the only 4 sharks, which meant there were far too many people in the water to really spend time swimming with the whales and getting a phenomenal experience. This is just a consequence of nature. The first time we went, there were about 50 sharks so everyone had plenty of time to swim and watch these majestic creatures. A to this tour!!

Rachel W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016


Boris H

3 star rating: Worth doing August 2016


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