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Isla Mujeres Snorkeling

The Adventure

Explore the beautiful underwater world.

Don't miss the opportunity to refresh yourself in this turquoise, crystal clear water while you discover the amazing beauty of the island's reefs. You’ll be able to enjoy the wonderful sealife with all its variety of fish and coral and visit MUSA the largest underwater musuem in the world.


The Itinerary

Departing from Isla Mujeres Pier 7.

We begine at the Lighthouse reef snorkeling with our experienced guide that will show you the best of this beautiful, shallow reef (6 ft deep). You'll see lots of colourful fish and many kinds of coral. Then we sail to the Sac Bajo reef and MUSA, the underwater sculpture museum followed by a light lunch.


What is Included

Snorkeling Gear and Life Vests
Water and Soda
National Park Fee
Grilled Fish Lunch (3 1/2 hour trip only)

What you should Bring

Bathing Suit
Hat or Cap
Biodegradable Sunscreen

The two hour snorkel trip includes the Lighthouse reef (El Farito) and Sac Bajo reef.
Cost for 2 hour snorkel trip: $25 usd per person


The three and a half hour snorkel trip includes the Lighthouse reef (El Farito), Sac Bajo reef, MUSA (Underwater Sculpture Museum)

and Tikin Xik (grilled fish) lunch at Playa Tiburón (drinks not included).
Cost for 3 1/2 hour snorkel trip: $35 usd per person
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MUSA is a Non-Profit Organization devoted to the Art of Conservation. An innovative project designed to counteract the effects of climate change on our oceans and reef systems. This museum is a work-in-progress and located just off the coast of Isla Mujeres. It was formally opened to the public on November 26, 2010 and will ultimately consist of 12 galleries containing nearly 1,364 artificial habitats. The aim is to discharge the accumulated impact of over 800,000 visiting tourists each year in the natural reef of the National Marine Park, while increasing overall biomass of the reef system and habitat areas for marine life to colonize.

The project was initiated by Dr. Jaime Gonzalez Cano, local head of Mexico’s Environment and Natural Resources Secretariat (SEMARNAT). Dr. Cano reached out to the British sculptor, Jason deCaires Taylor, to collaborate and build one of the largest and most ambitious underwater artificial art attractions in the world. The project became a reality with the collaboration of both the Cancun and Isla Mujeres’ Nautical Associations and other private sector supporters.


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