Isla Mujeres 1 (Ferry)
ISLA MUJERES 1 - The best way to see the beauty of Cancun from a distance is by boat on the way to Isla Mujeres, an Island five miles long by three miles wide that sits just 4 miles off the coast to the northeast of Cancun.
Isla Mujeres’s outstanding aquatic conditions: clear, warm water, abundant marine life, reefs and caves attracted Jacques Cousteau who was first guided by local dive legend Ramon Bravo.
Scuba diving and/or Snorkeling sites are abundant.
The town is home to excellent seafood restaurants, beach clubs, handcraft shops, and the ferry dock near the Island’s northern tip is where we disembark to enter the island’s main settlement.
6:30 - 7.15 - Breakfast Buffett
7:15 - Departure from the Lodge
8:45 - Arrive at Punta Sam, a maritime station, to take an enjoyable Ferry Ride to Isla Mujeres.
9:45 - Arrival at Isla Mujeres.
10:00 - 12:30 - Start your boat tour to snorkel at El Faro and Las Cuevitas Coral Reef. You will stop to watch the dolphins, then swim with the sleeping sharks for a fantastic picture opportunity.
12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch you can try the famous Tikin-Xic (Grilled fish) or chicken and salad with spaghetti or rice.
13:30 - 16:30 - Free time in North Beach, one of the world's top-rated beaches. Take a bike or golf cart ride around the picturesque small island, buy you handcraft souvenirs, refresh with a cold drink, visit the Turtle Farm or the Sculpture Park in South Point.
16:30 - Return to the Eco Lodge
18:00 - Dinner Buffet, after your meal, enjoy any of the Lodge activities.
WHAT TO BRING
swim suit, towel, cap, extra clothes (Shorts and T shirt), sunglasses, closed shoes, biodegradable sunscreen, insect repellent, some extra cash… Don't forget your camera!
Ferry, Boat Tour with snorkel gear, watch dolphins and swim with the sleeping sharks
Extra drinks, extra activities.
SOME ACTIVITIES ARE NOT RECOMMENDED FOR:
Pregnant women, person with hearth diseases, diabetes, epilepsy, asthma, hypertension or claustrophobia.
OPTIONS: ADVENTURE & SPORTS ACTIVITIES
Snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, biking, fishing, sailing, boating, wind surfing, parasailing and aerial “zip line”. Golf car and/or bike rides around the Island. Garrafon Park, Turtle Farm, Dolphin Discovery