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Snorkeling in Isla Mujeres.

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Snorkeling in Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres is not only famous because of its incredible beaches, but it is also one of the favorite places for snorkeling lovers, keep reading to find out which are the best places to go snorkeling in Isla Mujeres.

Snorkeling in Isla Mujeres

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Best places to go snorkeling in Isla Mujeres.

As it was said before, Isla Mujeres is also visited by snorkeling lovers and this is mainly for that fact that is an island and also for having really interesting places to discover under the sea, just like colorful fishes, coral reefs and even a museum, here are they:

Manchones Reef.

This reef is located about 30 ft under the surface and it’s one of the favorite places for being a natural reef that shows all the colorful and amazing marine life that inhabit this part of the world.

Manchones Reef in Isla Mujeres

The Subaquatic Museum of Art (MUSA).

It is considered the world’s largest artificial reef; it is located just a few meters away from the other reef, Manchones. It’s a permanent exhibition named “the silent evolution” constituted by 470 statues submerged into the sea, which has become the home of thousands of sea species.

MUSA in Isla Mujeres

El Farito Reef or the Lighthouse Reef.

This is a small reef which has a little Lighthouse on the surface of the sea, it is located 5 minutes away on a boat from the island. Also, close to it, there is an underwater statue called “The Saint of the Lighthouse”.

Farito Reef in Isla Mujeres

These are only the most famous places to go snorkeling in Isla Mujeres, there are many other places to be discovered by you! Don’t forget to end your day having a good time at TOP by Belo, one of the best daylight clubs on the island.

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