Isla Mujeres

In Pre-Columbian times the island was sacred to the Maya goddess of childbirth and medicine, Ixchel. When the Spanish arrived in the 16th century they named it “Isla Mujeres” because of the many images of goddesses. The island was also a favorite stopping place for pirates in the early 1800’s. Isla Mujeres tempts with wide beaches and the surrounding turquoise Caribbean Sea. Catamaran trip is full of fiestas and fun, music and dancing.

The tour:

Catamaran cruise through the waters of the Caribbean Sea. Snorkeling at the coral reef with an opportunity to admire the underwater marine life fauna and flora. Open bar included. Relax on the beach. Walk around the cliff of the south coast of the island. Sightseeing: lighthouse, traditional Caribbean village and the temple of the goddess Ixchel. Opportunity to make photos of the splendid view of the island and the sea. Lunch. Transfer back to the catamaran for the continuation of fiesta. Return to the hotel.

What to take with you:

Sun protection, swimming suit, towel. Additional snacks and water. We recommend that visitors use eco-friendly sunblock, because this helps to preserve the environment.

Price includes: transportation from / to the hotel, tickets, open bar on catamaran, mask and tube for snorkeling, life jacket, lunch.

Price does not include: beverages during lunch and tips.