Cozumel’s breathtaking inspiration lies below the glistening teal waters of the sea. Experience the richness of the deep Cozumel waters on a submarine expedition!
- Induction and safety briefing
- Tender to submarine and immersion
- Coral reefs at Chankanaab Marine Park
- Beach club snorkel
- Mexican food
- Tour around the island with buggy
- Water and non-alcoholic drinks during buggy ride
- Explorers on this activity must be able to safely navigate backward through 12-step ladder (handrail available)
- Valid driving license required to operate the buggy.
- Minimum Height Required: 3 Feet Tall
- $159 $125
- Kids (3-12)
- $129 $99
THE ULTIMATE COZUMEL PACKAGE
Enjoy the best of Cozumel. Submerge in the pristine waters of the second largest coral barrier reef on board the Atlantis submarine. Marvel at the variety of sea life, and the amazing views of sunken ships, while navigating to 100ft deep in the comfortable ambiance of the submarine. This tour is perfect for explorers who long to gaze beneath the water’s surface, but are not dive certified. You can get a glimpse of the ocean’s secrets by snorkeling, but to truly soak up Cozumel’s rich underwater landscape, you have to go even deeper!
Your Cozumel excursion begins with a ride aboard our ferry vessel, Ana. Bask in the sun during this 12-minute cruise along Cozumel’s west coast to the Chankanaab Marine Park, an environmentally protected park and the island’s most famous destination. Board the Atlantis submarine to view this underwater oasis and all of its diverse ocean life, including groupers, parrotfish, grunts and more, all swimming peacefully between the striking 30-foot coral heads and the mysterious sunken ship, the Felipe Xicotencatl. Peer out of the 26 side portholes and be on the lookout for The Wall before it disappears from view as the drop-off plunges 1800 feet below.
At the end of your Submarine Expedition, the adventure continues in a Beach Club to snorkel and enjoying of a fantastic meal. Afterward, tour the island in your own buggy. Take in the paradise of the Caribbean while stopping in the most representative and historical places.