SAIL & SNORKEL CATAMARAN
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Come on-board our new and luxury Catamaran and sail with us to the most beautiful beaches in the world. We will cruise around the spectacular Mexican Caribbean waters and then go for a reef snorkeling adventure at the spectacular "Puerto Morelos National Park ", this park offers the second largest coral reef in the world and a great underwater biodiversity, colorful fish and you might also see sea turtles.
After your snorkeling adventure you can grab a drink or two of our open bar on board as we cruise to Puerto Morelos and across the most beautiful beaches in the Riviera Maya. Then we head back to Marina El Cid, where you'll enjoy a delicious lunch at Marina El Cid Restaurant.
Marine Park Catamaran Tour Highlights
Relax under the warm sun as we sail with the wind on a beautiful catamaran o!
Enjoy cocktails from the All-You-Can-Drink Open Bar as you relax on deck.
Enjoy snorkeling in at the Puerto Morelos National Park Reef!
Enjoy a delicious Lunch in a local restaurant!
Cruise Passengers: Yes! This tour is great for a shore excursion.
When: Twice Daily at 9:00 AM & 2:00 PM. Exact pick-up time will depend on the location of your hotel but will be specified on your confirmation.
Where: Complimentary Pick-up and Drop-off at your Playa del Carmen or Riviera Maya hotel.
Transportation: Pick-up from El Cid to Puerto Morelos is $15.00 per person, from El Cid to Playa del Carmen is $17.00 per person, from Moon Palace to Hotel Zone is $20.00 per person and from Xcaret to Tulum up to El Cid is $20.00 per person. This is payable in cash the day of the tour.
IMPORTANT: If you want transportation, you will need to write your request in the "special instructions" box when booking.
How Long: 5 Hours Approximately.
Kids: Ages 8 and up. Kids same price as adults.
Private Charters Available
Restrictions: Snorkeling not recommended for pregnant women, people with limited mobility, with respiratory, heart conditions or conditions that can cause loss of consciousness, Strictly prohibited touching the reef.