Isla Mujeres & Cozumel

July 28 - August 4, 2018

Trip Summary

Dates: July 28 -August 4, 2018

Diver: $2,295.00*

Non-Diver: $1,925.00*

Single Supplement: Add $355.00

∗ based on double occupancy

Package Includes

  • Airfare from Denver to Cancun and Cozumel to Denver
  • 3 Nights at Playa La Media Luna on Isla Mujeres
  • Daily Continental Breakfast
  • 2 Days Whale Shark snorkel tour, including lunch
  • 4 Nights at Sunscape Sabor on Cozumel
  • All inclusive meal plan at Sunscape Sabor
  • 3 days of 2 tank boat diving with Dive House in Cozumel
  • Tanks, weights and dive guide
  • Transfer from Cancun Airport to Cancun Ferry Pier
  • Transfer from Cancun Ferry Pier to Playa Del Carmen
  • Ferry Pier
  • All hotel taxes/fees
  • High Plains Scuba Trip leader

Package Does Not Include

  • Taxis on Isla Mujeres (approx. USD $30)
  • Taxis on Cozumel (approx. USD $30)
  • Ferry Tickets (approx. USD $27)
  • Personal Dive Equipment
  • Nitrox (USD $12.00 per tank)
  • Meals and beverages not specified
  • Gratuities
  • Baggage Fees
  • Airline taxes and fuel surcharges
  • Travel and Dive Insurance-Strongly Encouraged

 

Rising out of the sparkling Caribbean Sea, just o  the coast of Cancun, Isla Mujeres radiates a unique natural beauty. Known as “The Island of Women”, Isla Mujeres is famous for its charming setting and exotic sea life.

While in Isla Mujeres, there will be two opportunities to snorkel with magnificent whale sharks in the wild, beautiful turquoise water. Whale sharks are the world’s largest species of fish and they create a visual spectacle as their dark grey bodies glide through the water. It’s possible to also see hundred pound sea turtles, manta rays and three species of dolphins, who may entertain you with their playful swimming and jumps.

After an exuberating whale shark swim, discover the natural beauty of Isla Mujeres by foot, golf cart or moped. Experience an array of optional island activities; visit the Sea Turtle Farm, the Mayan Observatory and Temple, swim with dolphins, paddle board, kayak above the reef, or zip-line off the 42-foot tower and zoom pass the cliffs and waves.

Following the exciting stay in Isla Mujeres, three days will be spent diving the warm waters of Cozumel. For over 40 years the island has been surrounded by a marine park which has helped protect the delicate balance of dazzling coral reefs and abundant tropical fish. The numerous swim-throughs and canyons make for sensational diving, with more than 100 sites only a mile offshore. You’ll see striped, spotted and brightly colored tropical fish, colorful sponges, corals, sea horses, rays and turtles.

 

 

 

 

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