Paradise Reef Snorkeling Cozumel Overview
Cozumel, a lovely island in the Caribbean Sea just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, has earned a worldwide reputation amongst snorkelers and scuba diving enthusiasts. The orientation of the island blocks the rougher seas and high winds from the east, creating superb visibility in the warm waters. The leeward side of Cozumel Island is the idyllic place for all varieties of diving excursions. Cozumel is an especially great place to snorkel because of the many shallow-water coral reefs and designated marine preserves that can be found there. Vacationers can often wade into the temperate water from the white sands of the pristine beaches, and swim out to reach excellent snorkeling spots. Your bilingual guides will lead you to the most active and beautiful reefs in the area.
The coral reefs off the shores of Cozumel are part of the extensive Meso-American Reef system, the second most extensive on the planet. You will enjoy the opportunity to explore some of this amazing reef habitat. Through crystal-clear waters, snorkelers can view a vast array of marine species, including marine turtles, rays, sponges, corals, crustaceans, mollusks, and tropical fish. You may see colorful sergeant majors, parrot fish and angelfish, among other brilliantly-hued fish.
The remarkable bio-diversity of this area became a world-wide attraction after the renowned documentary filmmaker and marine biologist, Jacques Cousteau, featured Cozumel on his television program in the 60s. Ever since viewers saw the breathtaking colors and vibrant activity on Cousteau's films, scuba divers and snorkelers have flocked to Cozumel, sparking a tourism boom on the island.
- Explore two fantastic coral reef sites
- See an amazing spectrum of tropical fish like sergeant majors and angel-fish
- Snorkel equipment and knowledgeable guide provided
|Low Price Advantage!|
- Transportation not included
- Round trip transportation from Aquaworld to the Paradise Reef
- Unlimited guided snorkel tour
- Free Aquaworld snorkel, yours to keep
- Respiratory diseases
- History of ear or sinus surgery
- Experienced guides
- Safe and enjoyable tour
What To Bring
- Underwater camera
- Change of clothes
- Towels to dry off