Nice reef, more of a drift dive d/t current. Saw few rays, one large one settling in the sand. Lots of lobsters, nice formations
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We were ready to find snorkeling adventures that were free, and this is one. The reef is a decent swim out, but since life vests are required it was not bad. The reef is long and there are many things to see. My favorite was...More
Cozumel is loaded with great dive site and this is another one of them.. a must do if you are a diver!!!
we went there to snorkel and see the crocodiles, poor things, they made a huge fuzz about them and they are confined in a small place, so sad so unrealistic of what they tell you about it. All good activities you have to pay for...More
We recently stop by Cozumel on a cruise ship and decided to take Shankanaab tour. Everything was arranged through the ship. The company that took us to the park is called Tripping Cool. We really enjoy it, it is a beautiful natural park that offers...More
Have both scuba dived here and snorkel here. Both times were wonderful. Lots of fish and very clear warm water. Not a deep dive and very little if any current. Lots of people when you snorkel but under water is the best with at least...More
Good for 2nd or later dives because it is shallow. Lots of turtles as well as lobsters. But them the place is full of them anyway!
This is an opportunity to snorkel around, watch a sea lion show, look around and see how tequila is made amongst many many things. You can swim with dolphins and too. There is a general entrance fee and then you pay for all the extras....More
Chankanaab is a stunning place to dive. Feels much like you are swimming through your aquarium: schools of Grunts and Margates thread through the coral heads, elusive Splendid Toadfish, Eels, minute Painted Elysia nudibranchs, plentiful Yellow Rays, tiny Blennies, and if you are really observant...More