El Garrafon Park is the highlight of
the tiny island of Isla Mujeres, just a 25 minute boat ride from Cancun
Mexico. This beautiful park covers the south end of Isla Mujeres,
and includes the best snorkeling reefs on the island, which are never
more than 13 feet (4 Meters) deep, getting you up close and personal
with the amazing array of marine life that resides within the park.
But that's not all!
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EL GARRAFON PARK
There are a plethora of other fun activities that await you at
Garrafon Park Isla Mujeres, from Swimming With Dolphins to Zip Lines
to Kayaking and much more. We offer several different tour
options from Cancun, Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya that can
take you to Garrafon Park, where you can experience a truly wonderful day
in paradise. Don't miss it!
ATTRACTIONS AT EL GARRAFON PARK
The biggest and most popular attraction at
Garrafon is the Swim With Dolphins activities. There are
dolphin swims inside the park for all ages, from 1 year old and up.
The Royal Dolphin Swim here is the only one in Cancun that includes
both the ultra-popular "foot push", where the dolphins push you
across the pool with their noses so fast you lift out of the water
like Superman, as well as the "dorsal tow", where you get
a fast and fun ride on the dolphin's back across the pool.
Listed below are more fun activities!
We think the Royal Garrafon is worth the extra
cost - better alcohol, better breakfast, lockers, towels, a fun bike
tour and of course the popular zip line. The cost works
out well. The Swim With Dolphins activity is a fun addition to
your day - it only takes about an hour, and is the best in the
Cancun area. We'd probably skip the other additional
activities, however, because if you add much more, you'll leave at
the end of the day wishing you'd had more time to explore and to
enjoy the park facilities. Plan on doing things like Scuba
Diving on a separate day, when you can go to Cozumel and make a day
HOW TO GET TO GARRAFON PARK:
There are a couple of ways to get to the park.
By far the most popular is to take one of the tours mentioned above.
Transportation from Cancun is included in the price of the tour,
very easy. The best part is you're not really restricted on
what you do once you're in the park, you're on your own - so there's
not really a downside to this method. The other way is to take
the regularly scheduled Isla Mujeres Ferry, then take a taxi to the
park, pay the entrance fee, which is now only offered as an
all-inclusive entrance fee. But, this way you still end up
paying about the same, and not nearly as many things are included in
Garrafon Park will not allow you to bring your regular sunblock into the
park, as part of the ongoing effort to protect the environment.
It will be confiscated at the gate unless it is biodegradable. See