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Snorkeling

If we bring our own snorkeling equipment to Cozumel, do we have to pay to snorkel around some of the nicest reefs? or is it open to the public and you rent your snorkeling equipment?

Cozumel
posts: 3
1. Re: Snorkeling

Most facilities close to the reefs rquire you to consume something from their bars. Dzul Ha is being cleaned rapidly. But, to see the reefs you will have to go far. Dzul Ha and all the shallow reefs were dammaged although you can swimm and still enjoy yourself with marine life. There will be always fish and the clarity of the water in Cozumel is great.

Cozumel
posts: 3
2. Re: Snorkeling

Most facilities close to the reefs rquire you to consume something from their bars. Dzul Ha is being cleaned rapidly. But, to see the reefs you will have to go far. Dzul Ha and all the shallow reefs were dammaged although you can swimm and still enjoy yourself with marine life. There will be always fish and the clarity of the water in Cozumel is great.

Minneapolis
posts: 282
reviews: 27
3. Re: Snorkeling

Mo Liao - the only place that we have ever needed to pay a fee was at Chankanaab, I think it is about $10 (USD), but after the storm I don't know that this will be open. This is a must do snorkel, we go once every year while down there. Our favorite is Dzul-Ha, and it is not difficult to order a few things, you need to have a Sol or 2, then of course try the Coco Loco, and while there you might as well order some chips and Pico, of course after a Coco Loco you might want to order a Fahita (spelling) or a Chimi...the food is actually pretty good at Dzul-Ha.

Denise