Cozumel Wildlife Tour Excursion Reviews

Cozumel Wildlife Tour cruise excursion
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Cozumel, Mexico’s largest island, is home to a variety of wildlife, including birds, iguanas and sea creatures. Come and experience it all on a wildlife tour!
Member Image Krimson
1 review
Aug 2016
This was a great excursion, especially for kids. Some of the baby turtles don't manage to dig their way out and will die without help. Others are killed by predators when they reach the surface. We dug down to the nest and pulled out the trapped babies, as well as the unhatched eggs. Then we carried the babies down the beach and safely released them into the sea. Great way to spend your morning. Not a good excursion for those opposed to getting dirty or expending some effort.The Mayan experience at the beginning of the tour was also fun.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image DiabloDeb
1 review
Mar 2012
The cruise line only offered the dolphin encounter which is also at the same park, Chankanaab. We booked on our own and took a taxi from the port and arrived a little before the park opened. There was plenty to see and do at this park, they have an archeological garden, that are reproductions but still nice to stroll through, many magnificent gardens, a really beautiful lagoon, a fantastic beach complete with thatch umbrellas and wooden lounge chairs. They also offer snorkeling and even have underwater statues, also a sea lion show is presented there. There are some gift shops, food and drinks available. Spectators can watch the various encounters with either the dolphins or the manatees. We did the manatee encounter and you don't need to be able to swim to participate, in fact there was a gentleman there at one of the encounters that was in a wheelchair so they make accommodations for people. You step down a small flight of stairs onto a metal platform, a small group maybe around 15. The instructor talks about the manatee as she brings the animal past for you to pet. Then they are set up with a photographer and you get one-on-one with the manatee, kissing them and then getting a hug. Then you are given some lettuce and allowed to swim with them, there were three in with us along with some small reef fish and a sting ray. It was such an incredible experience.
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Member Image GoldenRose
2 reviews
Feb 2012
This was an add on with our Dolphin swim; this was the short encounter, not the longer one. We still loved it. None of us had ever been so close to these gentle creatures before, and having the opportunity to touch them was really amazing. Everyone in our family from the 6 year old child to the grandmother thought this was a wonderful addition to an already great day.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International

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