Every summer we have the amazing opportunity to witness the biggest aggregation of whale sharks on earth. Literally hundreds of individuals gather in the waters off Cancun to feed on bonito eggs. As well as whale sharks sometimes oceanic mantas, schools of mobulas and dolphins can also be seen.

You don’t need any diving experience to join this tour, although some snorkeling experience is recommended. You also need to be comfortable on speed boats as the sharks can be found more than 1.5 hrs off shore sometimes.

what to bring:
biodegradeble sunscreen, towel, sunglasses, long sleeve vest/Rashguard, extra cash

what's included:
transport to and from hotel, boat trip, snorkeling equipment, water, sodas, lunch and snack, professional snorkeling guide

what's not included:
tips for boat crew and guide, wet suit, photos

+ $10 fuel surcharge if pickup south of PDC


Every winter between December and March, thousands of sardines migrate through the warm water off Cancun where hundreds of sailfish (and often dolphins) wait for them. This provides us the possibility to observe the fastest fish in the ocean feast on baitballs without the need of scuba tanks.

We start early in the morning and try to locate the baitballs by following the frigate birds. We spend up to 8 hours at sea locating and chasing the baitballs so you must be comfortable with speed boats. During this season the weather can be rough and we recommend to book 3 to 5 days as cancellations due to the weather are not uncommon. Luckily we can always dive or snorkel the cenotes instead.

what to bring:
biodegradeble sunscreen, towel, sunglasses, long sleeve vest/Rashguard, extra cash

what's included:
transport to and from hotel, boat trip, snorkeling equipment, water, sodas, lunch and snacks, professional snorkeling guide

what's not included:
tips for boat crew and guide, wetsuit, photos

+ $10 fuel surcharge if pick up south of PDC

Turtle & cenote

The Riviera Maya is blessed with long white sandy beaches where the turtles come to lay their eggs every summer. There is one special bay though in Akumal where green turtles find the sea grass they love to eat which keeps them staying all year round.

We visit Akumal bay early in the morning, before it gets crowded with large tour groups. Once there we’ll spend some time with the turtles and looking for stingrays, great barracudas and eagle rays. When you had enough we move to one of the hundreds of cenotes of the area, where we snorkel the crystal clear waters, explore underground rivers and relax by these natural swimming pools.

what to bring: 
biodegradeble sunscreen, towel, sunglasses, long sleeve vest/Rashguard, extra cash

what's included: 
transportation, professional guide, cenote entrance fee, water, sodas, lunch, snorkeling equipment, photos

what's not included: 
tips for driver and guide