Tick another one off your bucket list, and swim with Whale Sharks off the coast of Cancun. Whale sharks can be up to 12 meters long, but don't worry, they're totally harmless. Come up close to the biggest fish in the world... it's unforgettable!
What to Expect
Experience the adventure of swimming and snorkeling with the whale shark - the biggest fish in the world! This exciting adventure leaves from Cancun daily during the whale shark season (from May to September) and is limited to 10 people per boat, ensuring an intimate experience. It is guided by naturalists or marine biologists.
During the tour you will travel to the seas surrounding Contoy Island and Holbox, where you will have the opportunity to observe and snorkel with whale sharks. Look out for dolphins, mantas, sea turtles, birds, and many other species that play around the Yucatan coast.
Pick-up at your hotel in Cancun (06:00 in Playa del Carmen, 05:00 in Tulum).
Informative briefing at Puerto Juarez (Marina La Amada). Our certified guides will provide you with all the fascinating information needed to become an expert in whale sharks and the area's ecosystems.
Depart from Marina La Amada towards the whale shark reserve in the waters surrounding Isla Contoy. Once located, you will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to snorkel with the biggest fish in the world.
Lunch on the boat just off the coast of Isla Mujeres. Afterwards, cool off with a swim in the clear turquoise waters.
Arrival at the marina's pier and transfer back to your hotel.
Arrival at your hotel in Cancun (15:00 in Playa del Carmen, 14:00 in Tulum)
- Comfortable transportation (Club Wagon or Suburban with AC)
- Professional bilingual guide (biologist or naturalist)
- Entrance fees
- Snacks and light breakfast
- Lunch and soft beverages
What's Not Included
- Alcoholic beverages
- Personal expenses
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
•Comfortable clothes and shoes
•Hat and sunglasses
•Long sleeve cotton shirt
•Long cotton pants
•Personal goods (own binoculars, camera) and ecological sun blocker