Isla Contoy Tour
Discover one of the untouched islands of the Caribbean
An Eco Tour with a local partner committed to the preservation of Isla Contoy. Leave from Cancun, by boat, at 9am to begin your journey. Continental breakfast offered on board with fruits, pastries and an assortment of drinks.
First stop, Isla Mujeres! It takes about 90 minutes to get there from the start of the journey. Here you will make a 45 minute snorkeling stop at Ixlache Reef where you will have the chance to observe sea turtles, rays and even nurse sharks. After that, you'll jump back on the boat to Isla Contoy where you will spend the rest of your day. A lunch of fresh fish will be served at noon on the island. Return to Cancun around 5:30pm.
Perfect for those who don't have Holbox included on their trip and who want to see the last of the lesser explored islands of the Caribbean.
* Being wild and in their natural habitats, seeing every animal is not guaranteed.
From tuesday to sunday
Meet at : 8:30 am
Duration: all day trip
Languages: english and spanish
Easy 24 hour cancellation policy
Included in the day trip:
Continental breakfast: fruits and pastries
Buffet style lunch at noon: fish, Tikin-chik, lasagna Bolognese, chicken fajitas, rice, sauce and bread
Drinks: Juice, soda, water-on the return ride home beers, cocktails, other alcoholic beverages
Local guide speaks English and Spanish
NOT INCLUDED: Entry Fee in the Natural Reserve (USD$11 per person)
Make sure you bring:
Comfortable clothing and shoes
Camera, smartphone, etc. (If you have a GoPro bring it!)
Eco Friendly natural sunscreen
Cash for tips
🚙 Meeting point
You have to sign up with Marina SCUBA CANCUN 5km Zone Hotelera. Head up to the terrace where you'll meet Jorge. Present him with your confirmation number and he will then give you an armband that allows you to access ARRECIFE IXLACHE and the Isla Contoy National Park.
You will receive all of the details as well as your confirmation number in your email upon completion of your booking.
Ecotourist excursion organized in partnership with a local partner in charge of the conservation of the reserve.
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