Our Isla Mujeres Tour

Sail the Caribbean Sea with us 

  • Lobby pickup and arrive in Cancun at  9:00am. Tour includes a light breakfast on the way to Cancun.
  • Sail to the North Beach; designated as one of the world's most beautiful beaches. There you will have time to spend swimming and sunning. Beer, soda, water and sandwich will be provided onboard.
  • We then sail to the south of the island to snorkel at the famous "MUSA" the underwater museum. 
  • After the MUSA, we sail to "Farito Reef" to enjoy an amazing underwater experience with various marine life.
  • Lunch time: you will choose where and what you wish to eat. 
  • After lunch we will go shopping downtown. Souvenirs, artisanry, jewels, tequila, and sombreros are waiting for you in the local shops. *TIP: use cash/pesos instead of credit for better prices
  • After shopping is time to return to your hotel

*Snorkeling gear is included in the tour

2 people $5300 Mexican pesos/person
3 people $4060 Mexican pesos/person
4 people $3480 Mexican pesos/person
 5 people  $3100 Mexican pesos/person
6 people $2900 Mexican pesos/person
7 people $2700 Mexican pesos/person
8 people $2500 Mexican pesos/person
9 people

$2300 Mexican pesos/person

10 people

$2100 Mexican pesos/person



Isla Mujeres is an island in the Caribbean sea, about 13 kilometers (8.1 mi) off the Yucatan Peninsula coast. The island is some 7 kilometers (4.3 mi) long and 650 meters (2,130 ft.) wide.

To the east is the Caribbean sea with a strong rocky coast and to the west the skyline of Cancún can be seen across the clear waters. In the 2010 census, the namesake town on the island had a population of 12,642 inhabitants.

The island is part of the Isla Mujeres Municipality in the State of Quintana Roo, Mexico.
In Pre-Columbian times the island was sacred to the Maya goddess of childbirth and medicine, Ix-Chel. When the Spanish arrived in the 16th century they named it "Isla Mujeres" because of the many images seen throughout the island of goddesses. A small Maya temple was once located on the southern tip of the island. However, in 1988, Hurricane Gilbert caused extensive damage, leaving most of the foundation but only a very small portion of the temple.

Since the 1970s, along with Cancun, there has been substantial tourist development in Isla Mujeres.

Book  our private boat tour in and around Isla Mujeres. You will spend a very relaxing and amazing day in the Caribbean sea visiting "Playa Norte" (North Beach in English), which has been designated one of top ten most beautiful beaches in the world...and its only a  few minutes from Cancun.