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Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico Riviera Maya
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Take a ferry to Cozumel and snorkel in the largest reef system in the Mexican Caribbean, spotting a huge range of tropical fish in crystal-clear waters. Afterwards, enjoy an international buffet lunch and shopping in downtown Cozumel.

Board a ferry from the mainland to the beautiful island of Cozumel, Mexico's largest in the Caribbean, host to some of the most impressive diving and snorkeling spots on the globe. Local guides lead you through magnificent coral gardens to witness a wide variety of tropical fish and marine life. With visibility upwards of 200 feet (60 m), the sights are immersive and the experience unforgettable.

Dine on a scrumptious international buffet and enjoy beverages including soft drinks and beer. Then take time to visit the shops and attractions in downtown Cozumel. Find t-shirts, sombreros, sterling silver, diamonds, and name brand jewelry as you explore the streets and plazas.

Take a ferry to Cozumel and snorkel in the largest reef system in the Mexican Caribbean, spotting a huge range of tropical fish in crystal-clear waters. Afterwards, enjoy an international buffet lunch and shopping in downtown Cozumel.

Board a ferry from the mainland to the beautiful island of Cozumel, Mexico's largest in the Caribbean, host to some of the most impressive diving and snorkeling spots on the globe. Local guides lead you through magnificent coral gardens to witness a wide variety of tropical fish and marine life. With visibility upwards of 200 feet (60 m), the sights are immersive and the experience unforgettable.

Dine on a scrumptious international buffet and enjoy beverages including soft drinks and beer. Then take time to visit the shops and attractions in downtown Cozumel. Find t-shirts, sombreros, sterling silver, diamonds, and name brand jewelry as you explore the streets and plazas.

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9 AM Tour

Duration 9h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
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per adult
$103

Total: $103Taxes Included

It only takes 2 minutes

*Taxes included

Cozumel Snorkel Adventure

Activity/Location

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Cozumel

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Omni Hotel

    Carretera Chetumal

    Playa Del Carmen


Description

Take a ferry to Cozumel and snorkel in the largest reef system in the Mexican Caribbean, spotting a huge range of tropical fish in crystal-clear waters. Afterwards, enjoy an international buffet lunch and shopping in downtown Cozumel.

Board a ferry from the mainland to the beautiful island of Cozumel, Mexico's largest in the Caribbean, host to some of the most impressive diving and snorkeling spots on the globe. Local guides lead you through magnificent coral gardens to witness a wide variety of tropical fish and marine life. With visibility upwards of 200 feet (60 m), the sights are immersive and the experience unforgettable.

Dine on a scrumptious international buffet and enjoy beverages including soft drinks and beer. Then take time to visit the shops and attractions in downtown Cozumel. Find t-shirts, sombreros, sterling silver, diamonds, and name brand jewelry as you explore the streets and plazas.


Highlights

  • World-famous Caribbean dive location

  • Coral, exotic sea life, & crystal-clear visibility

  • Ferry ride from mainland to the island

  • Shopping in downtown Cozumel

  • Delicious international buffet lunch with soft drinks & beer


Inclusions

  • Ferry ticket to Cozumel

  • Snorkeling gear

  • Delicious international buffet lunch with soft drinks and beer

  • Shopping in downtown Cozumel


Know Before You Book

  • Children 4 and younger are not allowed.

  • You must have good circulation and healthy, unblocked breathing.

  • You must be able to swim.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 72 hours before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

No Location, Cozumel, Mexico