SEA HAWK SNORKEL TOURS
Sea Hawk Snorkel Tour
The favorite locations are the Lighthouse Reef, Manchones Reef and MUSA, the underwater sculpture museum. You will see schools of Grunts, Sergeant Majors, Damselfish, French Angel Fish, colorful Parrot Fish, and Nature in process.
SEASON: May 17th - Sept 17th
CAPACITY: 8 Guest *Max Per Boat
DURATION: 4 Hours
SERVICE: Everyday 7:00AM
FOOD & Drink: Fruit & Water
PREREQUISITES: No Experience Required
LOCATION: Isla Mujeres, Mexico
MEET UP: POCNA Dive Center Offices
$45 PER PERSON
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE TRIP
mask, snorkel, fins, lifejacket
Drinks (Water & Sodas)
Foot (Fruit, Sandwiches, Ceviche)
WHAT TO WEAR & BRING?
Wear (biodegradable) sunscreen and or a rashguard (link to shop).
wear a hat and sunglasses. Bring a towel and your underwater camera if you have, or rent one for the trip!
WHAT IS THE TRIP LIKE
We leave early morning and we will go and search for the whale sharks. On a good day, we see hundreds! In pairs of two, you take several turns with a guide and swim with these Big Fish! Once done, we return to paradise and anchor on the #1 beach from Mexico and enjoy a swim and some fresh ceviche.
- Frequently Asked Questions -
Q. Do We Always See Whale Sharks?
A. Whale Sharks are living at the open sea, so sometimes it is a bit of a search but that is all in the fun! We can not guarantee you will see them but in more than 90% of the tours we take out, you will see them and swim with them.
Q. Do You Feed The Whalesharks?
A. No in comparison with other Whale Shark encounters in the world, we do not feed them. They feed themselves with plankton and fish eggs, they float on the surface and that is why the whale sharks are at the surface as well, scooping up the foot and filtering it in their wide mouth.
Q. How Big Are The Whale Sharks?
A. A small Whale Shark is 18 feet a big one is 40 feet and then all the sizes in between.
Q. Can The Whale Sharks Hurt Me?
A. Nobody gets hurt by the whale shark but we can hurt the whale shark that is why there are rules of no touching the Whale Shark and keep a bit distance so we can enjoy the Whale Shark and the Whale Shark can enjoy his natural space.
Q. Why Is There No Afternoon Trip Possible?
A. Whale Sharks feed themselves in the morning, in the afternoon they go down deep so there will be a low chance of seeing them in the afternoon.
Fun Fact To Know: The spots on the whale sharks are all unique like fingerprints on humans.