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Reef and Shipwreck Snorkeling Tour in Cancun

Highlights
  • Visit three snorkel sites in just one day from Cancun 
  • Receive all snorkeling equipment and benefit from expert guidance
  • Safety and security is enhanced in a small group limited to 10 people
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Reef and Shipwreck Snorkeling Tour in Cancun
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3 Stops guided snorkeling tour: Coral reef, seagrass(turtle sighting), and over a shipwreck. Roundtrip transportation from your hotel's lobby. English speaking staff, small groups, beginners friendly
US$60.00
12:00 tour
3 Stops guided snorkeling tour: Coral reef, seagras (turtle sighting), and over a shipwreck. Roundtrip transportation from your hotel's lobby. English speaking staff, small groups, beginners friendly
US$60.00
14:30 tour-ideal for beginners
3 Stops guided snorkeling tour: Coral reef, seagras (turtle sighting), and over a shipwreck. Roundtrip transportation from your hotel's lobby. English speaking staff, small groups, beginners friendly
US$60.00
Overview

Gain access to lesser-known snorkeling sites on a reef and shipwreck snorkel tour from Cancun. Zip between three snorkel spots with ease on a motorboat; receive all equipment as part of the tour; and relish the convenience of hotel pickup and drop-off in Cancun. A small group limited to 10 means you’ll receive personalized attention from a guide, perfect for everyone from first-time snorkelers to more accomplished swimmers.

What to Expect

Your tour begins with convenient hotel pickup at the departure time selected at checkout. On arrival at the marina, you’ll receive a safety briefing and board a motorized boat destined for three top snorkel spots. An optional snorkel lesson is designed to make beginners feel comfortable in the water with their equipment before setting off.

There’s no guessing about the best snorkeling spots on a guided tour. You’ll be motored to your first stop, a coral reef teeming with tropical fish and marine life. Then, you’ll continue to a patch of seagrass to look out for turtles, lobsters, crabs, and stingrays.

The snorkel tour culminates with a stop at a shipwreck: Marvel at the underwater ruins and note the contrast of colorful marine life. Your experience concludes with drop-off at your Cancun hotel.

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Family of 10 had a blast

We are a huge family that came from all over the country for two weddings. 10 of us decided to do a big family snorkel trip. Irving, Captain D and Jesus were our crew and they were AMAZING! Captain D cracked jokes on board while...More

Thank Deborah H
Arnold R, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Total Snorkel, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Hello Deborah H Thanks for sharing your experience, we are glad you could all enjoy the wonders of the Caribbean sea! We put a lot of effort into everything we do and always see the results of the forces to continue working every day. We...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent snorkeling trip/Loved it

our captain Arturo with his crew of Johnny the guide and jesus the cameraman did a fantastic job leading us to wonderful underwater sights among them being coral reefs, tropical fish and sea turtles. A wonderful trip and I Highly recommend it. The crew did...More

Thank Toby C
Arnold R, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Total Snorkel, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Toby C Thank you for your review and recommendation, we are happy you loved your snorkeling trip with us So happy to know that you valued our personalized attention, that is what we offer! Best regards

Reviewed 1 week ago
lot's to see on snorkle tour

Two sea turtles, maybe a million fish of all colors, giant starfish & seashells(they can't be taken because it's a reserve) weird coral & growths & a ship wreck where you can see into the ship because it has a couple of huge holes on...More

Thank dan d
Arnold R, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Total Snorkel, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hello Dan d Thank you for taking the time to review us, it's a pleasure to read about our customer experiences We are happy you could admire the wonders that the Caribbean sea has to offer! Hope to see you soon on your next trip...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great experience

We were with Robert and Jesus and I think Capra Arturo.... They were awesome. Robert could not have been a better leader and made sure we were ok at all times. Jesus made me look like a pro in all the photos... Seriously you can’t...More

Thank roversmith
Arnold R, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Total Snorkel, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi roversmith Thanks for your comments and recommendation! We are glad you enjoyed the snorkeling tour with us, we will show this message to Rob and the crew! Best regards

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Snorkeling with my 9 yrs old daughter!

We decided to go out from hotel and made a reservation thru tour desk at hotel on the day of the morning. We were so lucky to hit "Total Snorkel"!!! We had a great time. Our crew was SUPER nice! Sergeant Rob, Captain D and...More

Thank NOBU426
Arnold R, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Total Snorkel, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hi Thanks for your comments and recommendation, we are happy you enjoyed this one of our snorkeling tour with your daughter We will show your comments to Sergeant Rob and the crew, it will motivate them to continue to do a great work Best regards

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rachellestoddard
9 August 2018|
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Response from Deborah H | Reviewed this property |
I think it’s mandatory. But from a fellow strong swimmer, I can tell you it’s a good idea. I went today and there were really kickin currents. Plus, they’re the light inflatable kind that you blow into, not the stiff old... More
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Sourav G
1 August 2018|
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Response from Dennis0002 | Reviewed this property |
I think it would be fine, you have to wear a life vest that you can inflate with air to assist you in keeping above water. Also before you go out they have you put on your snorkel and vest in the shallow water to make sure... More
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Simon_Lee_1227
30 July 2018|
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Response from Dennis0002 | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure about the other tour, the main reason that I liked our tour was the group size. Having a smaller boat with 7 to 8 people is so much better that some of the boats that had 20 to 30 people. I felt safer knowing... More
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