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Experiencing a new adventure can be scary for some, and sometimes gaining a little more knowledge of what is waiting for us can take that fear away and turn it into pure excitement; that's why I've chosen to share five fun facts about scuba diving in Cozumel that you most likely didn't know, but that make great conversation topics when you visit the island. Let's get started!
The reefs, the home to many kind of fishes and bigger animals like turtles, rays and sharks etc. The reef has big importance to environment and all the animals, it’s not only a beautiful place where a lot of animals are swimming its place where the animals hunt, sleep and protect from the different dangers to the circle of life has.
All along the reef barrier that protects the coast of Quintana Roo, big and small islands were formed by the same coral that builds the reef.
The islands' coral has become a very fine white sand.
These Pearls keep many wonders; let's discover them.
Up until 1970, Cancún was an almost deserted island with a swampy coast. Cancún has a seven shape. It is 8.8 km and 400 meters in its widest part, with a Lagunes' system that links it to the mainland. Cancún has two Maya shrines: Kin - Há and San Miguel.
Turn your face into the breeze, Feel the sun against your skin. Your snorkeling vessel is on its way to trip advisor’s number 1 Cozumel’s attraction: “El Cielo” and the impressive Columbia Reef.
All our tours are operated in glass bottom boats so you will be able to admire all the magnificent marine life from the surface. Caribbean water is so clear, that colors simply will astound you!
If I told you there's a way to reduce signs of stress and anxiety while also cleansing your body of all the negativity and toxicity, you would think I'm crazy. Nevertheless, let me introduce you to the ancient art of Temazcal, which might be precisely what you need during these troubling times.
This venomous species is original of the Western Pacific and Oceania, and has become a significant problem in the Mexican Caribbean waters. This fish its highly appreciated in aquariums and for human consume, where responsible from selling it to aquariums, restaurants and pets shops allowed its propagation in oceans where they don´t belong. Other theory about how they arrived to Caribbean waters is that their migration is originated from natural phenomena causes (hurricanes and underwater corrients).