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Isla Mujeres Boats is La Nena and Pajarito powered by twin 150HP Yamaha Eco-Friendly 4-Stroke motors. Located on Isla Mujeres we offer fishing, snorkeling, seasonal whaleshark, and island cruise tours. Our office is located with Salon Bellas at...more
Great day out if you want to see crystal clear waters. Paid an extra 50 usd each to go on a more secluded catamaran and was well worth the money all drinks and food included. They stop off for snorkelling then take you to the...More
I booked the tour because it was 300 pesos (same price as the round trip by ferry from Cancun to the Isla), só I thought it would be easier to dislocated and all.
We did the reef, playa Norte, the city center and a beach...More
Unlike cancun, the seaweed here is not a big problem. The water is clear, you can snorkel and see fish clearly. I disliked how some spots asked for 5-10 pesos to use the restroom. Eat at a restaurant and you can use restroom for free....More
An experience of a lifetime!! My sister and I went swimming with whale sharks and it was nothing short of amazing. Our captain Beto was very friendly and our guide Adam was fantastic. First off was swimming with whale sharks you go out in the...More
We booked two whale shark snorkelling tours with AquaAdventures which actually uses Isla Mujeres Boats as the company that provides the service. Their boats are no frills boats but they definitely get the job done. Like many services of this type it is the staff...More
I think we paid $19 usd return for our trip. Very efficient it only took about half an hour. Make sure you sit on the top deck for the view. Boat entertainment was great. Make sure you get there early to avoid missing f the...More
We booked the “booze cruise” through bestday (Air Canada) at our resort. We were told that everything was included (other than $12 marina fee. Once we arrived to the marina, there was a lot of extras we could have gotten if we paid more. For...More
We left Playacar, 1hr20 mind drive to Riu Caribe, walk through the hotel straight to the jetty and after 15 minutes into the catamaran. Half an hour sailing, given fish snack and a drink then time to snorkel. Life jackets were obligatory, flippers optional. At...More