Sail to Isla Mujeres on board a luxury yacht and enjoy the beautiful landscapes of the Caribbean Sea. Start with a tour through the Nichupte Lagoon where you can see an often unexplored side of the Cancun Hotel Zone.
Explore the wonderful underwater world that lies underneath the ocean with a visit to El Meco, a snorkeling area filled with life where you can see lots of fish, seagrass and coral formations. Some of the famous sculptures from the MUSA Underwater Museum are visible in the area as well, so put on snorkel gear and dive to see them. Relax afterward and have lunch while you sail to the gorgeous Playa Norte, the most iconic place on Isla Mujeres and one of the most beautiful beaches on earth.
Explore the downtown area of the island, discover its colorful streets and go shopping for beautiful souvenirs. Return to Cancun and enjoy the views of the sunset. A picture you will remember all your life!
Cancun and the Riviera Maya have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world! Proof of this is Playa Norte in Isla Mujeres, a gorgeous place where you can relax and leave all your troubles away.
White sand and turquoise water will welcome you to this paradise. Its shallow water is great for kids to enjoy without any worries, that way all the family can have a delightful day at the beach. Enjoy the calm and comforting ambiance of this beach, located just a couple blocks away from the downtown area of the island.
Walk along Playa Norte and find colorful stores with lovely handicrafts from local artists. You will also find plenty of seafood restaurants where you can try the delicious Tikin Xic fish, a traditional recipe where fish is marinated with orange juice and a special sauce, and cooked on a charcoal barbecue or in an underground oven. Simple yet delicious, suited to enjoy on a trip to Isla Mujeres.
Explore an underwater adventure snorkeling at El Meco! Discover beautiful coral formations in this area located between Cancun and Isla Mujeres, where you can also contemplate some of the sculptures of the underwater museum MUSA.
Created in 2009, MUSA has over 500 sculptures scattered under the Caribbean Sea that intent to demonstrate the way art and nature can interact. The materials used in the creation of these sculptures allow them to act as a reef and promote coral life. This will help rehabilitate the natural reef in the area and increase the sea life.
Don’t miss the opportunity to snorkel in this incredible place!
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