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Garrafon Natural Reef Park: Royal Garrafon Pass

Highlights
  • 8-hour trip to Isla Mujeres from Cancun
  • Enjoy all-day access to park facilities
  • Snorkel, kayak, swim and zipline
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Garrafon Natural Reef Park: Royal Garrafon Pass
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Garrafon Natural Reef Park: Royal Garrafon Pass
From US$89.00
Overview
Skim across the Caribbean water aboard a luxurious ship on a full-day tour to Isla Mujeres from Cancun with full access to Garrafon Natural Reef Park. Slip into the water to snorkel a remarkable barrier reef, and take in the vibrant colors and sights that thrive just beneath the surface. Feel the rush of an ocean zipline, then relax over a generous buffet lunch. Enjoy full access to an open bar, as well as the use of snorkeling gear, kayaks, hammocks and a fresh water pool before returning to Cancun.
What to Expect
Your day starts at 9am at Marina Aquatours, located in Cancun Hotel Zone. Pay your dock fee, board your luxury ship, enjoy a light breakfast, and head out toward Isla Mujeres — the Island of Women — located about 12 miles (19 kilometers) off the coast of Cancun. Garrafon National Reef Park is the pride of Isla Mujeres, set upon the most spectacular stretch of beach along the Mexican Caribbean.

With this all-access pass, the Caribbean Sea becomes your playground for the day. Learn how to snorkel along the barrier reef and be amazed by the abundant and colorful sea life. Feel the rush of flying across the water in the only zipline that crosses the Caribbean Sea. After your adventures, dig in to a delicious buffet lunch. Grab a drink, have a seat in one of the lounge chairs or hammocks, and take in the ocean view, or swim in the infinity pool. All food, drinks, activities, and equipment are included. Return to Cancun by 5pm, just in time for dinner. The drop-off point is Playa Langosta at Blvd. Kukulcan.
Reviews (19)
1 - 5 of 18 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
February getaway!

I was worried that February wouldn't be a great month to visit the park, having visited in the past in summer months. But it was actually very nice! Weather was about 80 degrees. We did zipline and snorkeling. Snorkeling it was a little windy/choppy waters,...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Guide651291
Reviewed 6 January 2019
Disappointing and Disgusting

While the staff was polite and strived to make the visit pleasant, we found the lack of attention to detail and the lack of adherence to hygiene standards appalling. Helmets and harnesses for zip-lining were transferred between guests without cleaning as was snorkeling equipment (masks...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank FamilyTraveler09876
Reviewed 6 December 2018 via mobile
A must do

This is a definite must do, amazing experience, the gaffron was included, so we spent the rest of the day there. The staff obviously care about the dolphins very much, and their knowledge was amazing. Our dolphin was called Oddessy and had her own mind...More

Thank P5462KHpatrickw
Reviewed 22 September 2018 via mobile
AMAZING

This trip was fantastic would do it again given the chance, we got picked up at 7am from the hotel got taken to the boat then the boat went from there to the first part of the day (the dolphins), the boat staff were very...More

Thank shannybutch
Reviewed 5 August 2018
Trapped, bored and tired of your pictures!

My family and I just returned from Cancun. This was one of the excursions we took. The trip started out ok. You board a big boat, they serve coffee and danishes. Then the picture pushing begins. This company completely inundates you every five minutes to...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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