Our whale shark snorkeling tour in Cancun allows you to swim with the largest fish in the world in total safety. This is a fun and exciting, all-inclusive snorkeling experience!
Explore the deep waters of Isla Mujeres and snorkel with these gentle giants, among other sea life.
During this 6-7 hours tour, you’ll snorkel with the whale sharks in several intervals of approximately 10 minutes each. For lunch, you will stop at the Beach Club for a delicious ceviche.
Transportation to the meeting point *Contact to quote
Professional photography 85 USD *ONLY WITH PRIOR RESERVATION
Minimum age: 5 years
Hours: 8:00 a.m.
Starting point: Marazul Beach Club, SM 86 Puerto Juarez Camino a Punta Sam SM 86 MZ 53 Lote 1, 77500 Cancún, Q.R., Mexico.
The whale shark is a completely harmless giant shark species that can grow up to 40 feet in length and weigh more than 20 tons.
As one of the largest fish in the world, whale sharks are also the most awe-inspiring creatures you will ever see in your life.
Isla Mujeres is the perfect spot to observe these animals up close. Every year during the breeding season (from May to September), they migrate to the waters around Isla Mujeres to feed on plankton, providing a unique snorkeling experience for visitors.
A1: Our tour with the whale sharks is approximately 4 hours long.
A2: The package includes transportation, breakfast, snacks during the trip, complete snorkeling equipment, an experienced guide, drinks, and fresh ceviche (vegetarian option available) for lunch.
A3: Although they are considered the biggest fish on earth, whale sharks are completely harmless giant shark species that do not represent a threat to humans.
A4: Yes, all participants must be at least 5 years old.
A5: One of the largest fish in the world, the whale shark is a completely harmless giant shark species that can grow up to 40 feet in length and weigh more than 20 tons.
A6: No, rental gear is included in the price. We will provide you with the snorkeling gear.
A7: The best time to see whale sharks in Isla Mujeres is during the breeding season (from May to September). Every year during this period, whale sharks migrate to the waters around Isla Mujeres to feed on plankton, providing a unique snorkeling experience for visitors.