Snorkeling with Whale Sharks

From June to September

About the trip

The second-largest reef in the world: the Great Mesoamerican Barrier reef, is one of the major highlights on the Yucatan peninsula. It is home to diverse species of fish, turtles, corals and the world’s biggest fish: the whale shark.
This magnificent plankton eating shark is on every diver’s bucket list and we offer the opportunity of swimming with right next to these gentle giants ethically.

Jump in the water, 2 snorkelers at at time to see these impressive animals that can be 10 times your size!

Don’t doubt it & join us on this long, but gratifying trip.

Starting price

214 US$/Person

TOTAL TIME

6:00am -3:30pm

GROUP SIZE

8 / Guide

Rise & Shine, it’s whale shark time

A full day tour starting early in the morning. Please be flexible with the tour date as we might need to change the date to maximize sightings.

SCHEDULE

6:00 am: Meeting at our dive center

7:50 am : Arrival at pier for boat boarding

9:00 am: Arrival at whale shark sighting area

11:00 am: Departure for coral reef snorkeling session

12:00 pm: Arrival to Isla Mujeres for lunch & snorkeling

1:30 pm: Departure for cancun pier

3:10 pm: Arrival to our dive center

 

 

 

MIN CERTIFICATION

No certification required

MEDICALLY FIT

Please go through the medical questionnaire before enrolling in any course

NO FLYING

After diving, wait 18 hours before taking a flight

  • Guide
  • Light breakfast prior to departure (bread, coffee, juice and fruit)
  • Water and Soft drinks are available aboard, no beer
  • Full Snorkeling equipment
  • whale shark: 2-3 jumps in the water per person in a small group of 2 at a time
  • Flotation vests
  • Lunch: A sandwich after swimming with whale sharks, Shrimp ceviche, vegetarian options also available
  • 1 hour free time on Isla Mujeres beach
  • Photographer service
  • Alcohol
  • Swimming Gear
  • Towel
  • Sunscreen

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