The Cancun and Riviera Maya areas in Mexico abound with beautiful soft sandy beaches with turquoise crystal clear water and a tropical climate all year round.
Over the last decade this region has grown in popularity and has become a paradise for divers and water sports lovers.
Besides the ancient Mayan temples, tropical lagoons, mangrove and amazing cenotes attractions for tourists, Cancun has innovated on a new project.
In 2009, while the Mexican government started the beach restoration project along the Cancun Hotel Zone area, a small group of people created the largest exhibition of underwater sculptures (Underwater Museum). Located within the National Park of Cancun, near Isla Mujeres, this new attraction includes more than 500 life-size figurative sculptures beneath the sea. Each of the sculptures is made with specialized materials used to promote coral life. Since then, the museum’s divers have taken amazing pictures of the sculptures. The colors are just splendid!
How to visit?
Take the glass bottom boat ride
This unique excursion offers a view of the ocean like you’ve never seen before! A perfect activity for all ages, you’ll be able to view the depths of the ocean without getting wet at all.
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This is an adventure that will leave you breathless! Take a swim in these worldly known waters and explore over 500 statues and the life they’ve bred along the coral reefs that have formed this artistic reef that balances art and nature in the most elegant and visually attractive way.
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