Isla Contoy Tour

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  • Adults : $149.00 USD
  • Children : $129.00 USD
  • Adults : $134.10 USD
  • Children : $116.10 USD
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  • Full day
  • Subject to availability
  • Round trip
  • Mobile ticketing
  • Languages: english and spanish

Visit a remarkable tiny paradise in the Mexican Caribbean with this Isla Contoy tour. This beautiful island near Cancun is part of the Isla Contoy National Park that is home to countless species such as birds, marine species and exotic plants. This protected area is a place of scientific research because of the amazing species that make it home and the yearly arrival of the whale shark, the largest fish in the world.

Contoy Island remains uninhabited and only receives a small number of visitors daily to ensure minimal impact on the ecosystems. On this tour to one of the most beautiful Caribbean islands in Mexico, you will depart from Cancun for a sail across the turquoise sea to this hidden island.

On the way, the captain will make a stop at the Ixlache reef to snorkel. Once the boat arrives at Isla Contoy, you will enjoy a tour of the island, explore a small museum and observe extraordinary birds near the lagoon. Later, you can enjoy the sea and a lunch on the beach. The last stop of the tour is in Isla Mujeres to explore its picturesque streets and do some shopping. Book this magnificent tour in Cancun and the Riviera Maya to visit one of the most impressive places in the Caribbean.

Includes

  • Round trip transportation from your hotel
  • Boat tour Bilingual guide
  • Entrance to Isla Contoy National Park
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Continental breakfast
  • Lunch consisting of chicken or fish, salad and tortilla chips
  • Bottled water and drinks throughout the tour

Recomendations

  • We recommend you bring water shoes or sandals
  • Remember to bring a towel, swimsuit and a change of clothes
  • Please use only sunscreens and insect repellents that are biodegradable
  • Remember to bring cash for tips and purchases

Notes

  • The boats are for maximum 20 people
  • There is a limited number of visits to the island per day
  • Reserve your place in time