If snorkeling is your passion you should not miss doing it in the best destinations of the Caribbean. Water sports enthusiasts will be transported to a completely different world when snorkeling in Cancun, Isla Mujeres and Cozumel.
The lagoons, underground rivers, mangroves and reefs are incredible and some tourists that come here for a week return with plans for staying for a month or longer so they can keep exploring the charms of the Caribbean with Aquaworld.
The underwater world is rich in natural beauty and Aquaworld, one of the top tour organizers, will take you into the sea to discover the beautiful reefs of Cozumel, Isla Mujeres and Cancun.
The Ultimate Destination for snorkeling: Cozumel
Cozumel is a small island, well known among snorkelers for it´s beautiful coral reefs.
The Aquaworld snorkel trip to Cozumel starts at 8 am Monday to Saturday, we provide all the required equipment, life-jacket and a guide. The tour will take you to visit two reefs, with a colorful underwater life, one of them is known as Paradise Reef. There will be time for lunch and some shopping before you return.
Snorkel in Isla Mujeres with Aquaworld
Aquaworld snorkeling tour to Isla Mujeres includes round trip cruising from Cancun.
The island was named ‘Isla Mujeres’ because of the many images of goddesses found all over the place. Every visitor to this island marvels at its beauty both on land and under the sea.
The place is one of the favorite among the families because of its shallow and clear waters. It is very common to find turtles while snorkeling there. You can end your day in Isla Mujeres with a well deserved lunch and shopping or you can also look around the island.
Snorkeling tour in Cancun, an underwater world!
Cancun has silent beaches, calm waters and adventurous activities. Snorkeling in Cancun with Aquaworld is an experience of its own kind.
The astonishing beauty of the sea life is admired especially by divers and snorkelers who take a tour to the Cancun Underwater Museum.
Aquaworld’s snorkeling tour to Cancun includes a trip to this site as well. The museum has more than 450 life-sized underwater statues!