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To me that was the least interesting reef I was in Cozumel: the water is darker and the fish only come around to you because the guy in your tour boat is throwing food at them. Not much of natural life.
Also, I had the...More
This reef is one of the most amazing natural places I have been to. There are huge columns and caves made out of pure coral, and full of marine life. Turtles, crabs, lobsters, stingrays, and endless types of fish inhabit this beautiful place. In my...More
We went here as part of a snorkel trip that went to El Cielo, Columbia Reef and Palancar Reef. Columbia Reef is relatively shallow - about 25 ft deep. The water is incredibly clear so you can see everything without needing to dive. We say...More
Really enjoyed this snorkeling location toward the southern end of Cozumel, off the island's west coast. The water was really clear. Saw fish and coral, and the scuba divers were down below us....pretty cool, for sure! Don't forget to ask your local captain to run...More
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They are on Facebook. They will customize your visit to whatever you want. We spent two wonderful days on the water with them. They are hospitable, knowledgeable and very careful and safety conscious.