Snorkeling can be a life time experience

 

Image00005Why not doing it the best way? 

You have traveled a long way to come to one of the best snorkeling spots in the Caribbean, do you want to finish in a packed boat with a bunch of people you do not know  rushing, splashing and screaming around you, and a crew you can’t communicate with?


Enjoy a whole different experience.


We do only private tours, which means just you and your group of friends or family will be on the boat. Don’t you think is worth getting personalized attention?
Image00003No crowds, no rush, take your own private tour to enjoy the second largest reef barrier in the world at its best. 

Snorkel in two spots on the reef for 30 minutes each, or one spot for one whole hour. It is up to you.

We supply snorkeling gear, guide, water, sodas, fresh fruit and beer.

Price: One couple or 3 persons $40 USD/each
4 to 8 PAX: $38 USD/each
Bigger groups contact us and we make a deal depending on group size
Tour duration: 2 1/2 hours, Capacity: 16 PAX

 

 

 

Sunset snorkeling

Departure is 1 ½ hours before sunset, still with plenty of light on the reef.Image00006

After 45 minutes of snorkeling we tie up to a bouy to enjoy the sunset.
We supply snorkeling gear, guide, water, sodas, fresh fruit and beer. You can bring food, snacks and extra drinks to enjoy while you watch the sunset.

Price & tour duration:  Same as Basic Tour   

We use either 27 ft. or 33 ft. boats depending on group size. All boats have shade and ladder to access the water.

Average maximum depth on the reef is 9 ft.

Prices include National Park Fee. RESERVATIONS PLEASE AT LEAST ONE DAY IN ADVANCE.

 

Contact us

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Cell phone: +998 5 78 89 76

 

 

 Puerto Morelos

 

Image00012Founded in 1900, Puerto Morelos is a small picturesque village just twenty miles south of Cancun, this tranquil town was the first port on the Mexican Caribbean and for many years, the local population thrived from the exportation of natural chewing gum called “chicle” and from products of the vast coconut plantations.

With the decline on the use of natural gum and the loss of the coconut palms due to a devastating virus, the economy of the area turned to fishing, and most recently , to turism. A very gifted town, Puerto Morelos has a beautifull shallow and unspoiled reef running paralell to the coast less than a quarter of a mile from the town’s white sand beaches.

This reef is part of the second largest barrier in the world, begining north of Cancun and running south all the way to Honduras in Central America. Aware of the importance of this natural resource and having witnessed how an unplanned touristic developement destroyed the reefs in cancun, the comunity requested the goverment to create a protected area.Image00008

On February 1998, “ The Puerto Morelos Reef Marine Park “ wich encloses the entire reef area between Cancun and Puerto morelos was created by order of the Mexican goverment. Now we proudly invite you to join us and enjoy this beautifull gift of nature hoping thet you will also care for it and help us to keep it alive for generations to come.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 How to get to Puerto Morelos

 
 
From Cancún
Driving:
Take highway 307 south in the direction to Playa Del Carmen and after 35 minutes (39 km) you will get to the entrance of Puerto Morelos, take a left and drive 2 km more and you will be at the main plaza. The boat is docked at Pelícanos Restaurant wich is situated on the right side of the main plaza in front of the ocean.
 
By bus:
At Cancun´s Central Bus Station take the bus to Puerto Morelos, it is the same bus that goes all the way to Playa Del Carmen and it will take only about 35 minutes to get to Puerto Morelos and the Price of the trip is $20.00 pesos. When you get to puerto Morelos take a taxi to Pelícanos Restaurant, it should cost you another $20.00 pesos (per trip not per passenger), once you get there look for the boat at the dock of the restaurant.
 
From Playa Del Carmen
Driving:
Take highway 307 north in the direction to Cancun, after about 30 minutes (31km), you will get to Puerto Morelos, turn right and drive 2 km more to get to the central plaza. The boat is docked at Pelícanos Restaurant, wich is situated at the right side of the plaza in front of the ocean.
 
By bus:
At Playa Del Carmen Central Bus Station take the bus to Puerto Morelos, it is the same bus that goes all the way to cancun and it will take only about 30 minutes to get to Pueto Morelos and the Price of the trip is $20.00 pesos. Once you get there, take a taxi to Pelícanos Restaurant for only $20.00 pesos more (per trip, not per passenger) and look for the boat at the dock of the restaurant.
 
Anywhere else in the Riviera maya
Driving:
Take highway 307 and drive north till you get to Puerto Morelos, turn right and drive 2 km more to the central Plaza, the boat is docked at the dock of Pelícanos Restaurant wich is situated on the right side of the plaza in front of the ocean.
 
By bus:
There are buses that stop on highway 307 at the entrance of the hotels and will take you to Puerto Morelos. This buses are a Little bit slower because they stop along the road to make pick ups.\r\nAsk at the front desk of your hotel wich would be the best way to travel to Puerto Morelos and remember, no matter where you are you can always take a taxi.