A Snorkeling Adventure of Wonder in the Riviera Maya

29 December, 2015

Things to do

Want to see a first hand look at the world-renowned wildlife of the Caribbean and Riviera Maya? Look no further than a Sea Safari with Riviera Maya Adventures! Let one of their first-class speedboats zoom you to some of the most remote and gorgeous parts of the Riviera where you’ll get to snorkel the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean and spot some of the most incredible wildlife you’ll ever see.

Immerse yourself in the beauty and wonder of Riviera Maya when you and your fellow travelers head out on an extraordinary snorkel expedition through Riviera Maya Adventures, parallel to nothing else. Hop aboard one of their amazing and high-class Apex speedboats – boasting two 200 horsepower engines – that will zip you across the sea and take you to breathtaking and remote spots along the coastline.

Once you arrive, you’ll see why the Riviera Maya is a supreme destination for world-class snorkeling and sightseeing. The waters and coral reefs of the Caribbean Sea house over 500 species of fish, including the largest in the world, the spotted whale shark. The classic Parrotfish is a staple of tropical fish, constantly changing its colors and even its gender throughout its lifetime. The Lionfish, also known as a Turkey, Dragon, or Scorpion fish, is a strange wonder with its signature tentacles and wild colors.

This is a small group adventure, perfect for you and your family to experience firsthand the lush and unique beauty of Riviera Maya while getting away from the hustle bustle of the mainland for a little bit. Thanks to the speedboat though, you’ll still have plenty of time to get back to the hotel and spend the rest of the day relaxing poolside!

Not only is this a great and fun way to learn about and see the incredible creatures of the Caribbean and Riviera Maya, but you’ll also enjoy a fun boat ride and it’s a great chance to get away from the crowds. When you’re out there on the water, it’s just you, the sea, and the breathtaking wildlife swimming just below the surface.

 
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