• Destination: Quintana Roo, Mexico
  • Duration: 6 hours
  • Runs On: Dec. 20th to Apr. 1st, Tuesdays, Fridays
  • Tour Type: Tour partner

Enjoy an amazing day and have an unforgettable experience in the underwater world of the Caribbean Sea! Snorkel and swim with one of the fastest fish in the ocean under the guidance of a naturalist and biologist! During the winter months, Sailfish migrate to the Mexican Caribbean off the Island of Contoy! This snorkeling adventure is a sustainable tour that aims to educate visitors about marine life and protect sailfish through this observation program.

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  • Destination: Riviera Maya, Mexico
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Tour Type: Tour partner - Private only

Get a different perspective of the Riviera Maya! This boat tour on a 300 HP vessel takes you far and wide in the Caribbean Sea. View remote beaches and small Mayan Ruins, and snorkel with tropical fish and swim with turtles. This excursion is a private charter making it perfect for a romantic getaway or creating a unique experience for friends and families. Your personal guide and boat crew are sure to show you a great time and share a few local secret locations.

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  • Destination: Riviera Maya, Mexico
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Runs On: Monday to Friday
  • Tour Type: Tour partner

Yucatreks supports Fat Cat Catamaran Tours due to our similar philopsophies. Small groups, fun adventures and time explore at your own pace makes this marine adventure a winner in our eyes. Whether you want to experience a relaxing day on the Caribbean Sea or be an active participant in snorkeling excursions and onboard activities, the crew is there to cater to you. This half day adventure is fun for everyone!

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  • Destination: Isla Mujeres, Q.Roo, Mexico
  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Runs On: June 1st to Sept. 1st, Daily
  • Tour Type: Tour partner

Enjoy the thrill of this close encounter with the largest and most majestic fish in the ocean, the whale shark. Each year, between the months of June and September, whale sharks migrate to the warm, plankton rich waters off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Despite their name, their enormous size and appearance, they are docile creatures and consume only plankton. The largest fish on the planet, they grow to an average length of 12m/40ft or more!

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