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Dive La Ventana

April - June


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 Swimming surrounded by mobulas and marine life such as dolphins, visiting a coral reef, and exploring an incredible beach on Cerralvo Island is an awe-inspiring experience. Immersing yourself in the blue ocean waters and witnessing the grace and beauty of mobulas swimming around you is simply mesmerizing.

Mobulas, also known as devil rays, are majestic and elegant marine creatures. Their unique appearance, with wing-like fins, leaves you breathless as you glide alongside them in the water. You can feel their energy and gentleness as they move gracefully, creating a magical experience that is hard to forget.

In addition to mobulas, having the opportunity to swim alongside dolphins is an extraordinary gift from nature. These intelligent and sociable animals will envelop you with their charm and playfulness. Their aquatic acrobatics and curiosity will make you feel deeply connected to the ocean in a special way.

But the adventure doesn't end there. Visiting a coral reef on Cerralvo Island  will immerse you in an underwater world of rock formations with coral and marine life. Swimming among the reefs will give you the chance to encounter fish, sea lions, and other fascinating marine creatures.

And when you emerge from the water, an incredible beach on Cerralvo Island awaits you. Its soft,  sands stretch before you, inviting you to relax and bask in the sun. You can feel the sea breeze caress your skin as you lie on the beach, marveling at the natural beauty that surrounds you.

In summary, the experience of swimming surrounded by mobulas visiting a sea lions colony and unwinding on an incredible beach on Cerralvo Island is simply amazing. It will connect you with the beauty and wonder of the ocean, leaving you with indelible memories and a renewed appreciation for marine life and the natural treasures our planet offers.

What does it include?


-Snorkel Gear

-Water & Soda

-Snacks (burritos,granola bar, chips, fruit)

-5 hour tour

-Snorkel with mobulas, snorkel with sea lions and enjoy the beach at Cerralvo Island


All sales are final and have a cancellation penalty of 100%.


-Be  able to swim and feel comfortable in the water 

-Bring swimwear, eco-friendly sunscreen lotion, hat, sunglasses, towel, confortable clothes and shoes, and cash for tips.


1. Departure at 7:00am from Playa Central La Ventana 

2. Jump in the boat to start with the amazing tour

3. Get ready with your gear to jump in the water to see mobulas and any other marine animal we find!

4. We will Visit Cerralvo Island and do Snorkel with sea lions and relax on its beautiful beach. 

5. We come back at around 1:00 pm 


1. What do I need to bring on the tour?
Swimsuit, towel, eco-friendly sunscreen, comfortable clothes, a sweatshirt, hat, and great attitude! if you want to bring your own snack and drinks you can do that too.

2. How is the payment made?
It is necessary to pay 100% of the total amount through Paypal, Mercadopago, Bank transfer or Stripe to make your reservation.

3. What happens if the tour is cancelled?
If the tour is cancelled by us we will refund the total amount paid, cancellations will be made in case of bad weather and we will notify you as soon as possible. In case you cancel for any reason, we will not be able to refund your money.

4. What is the minimum age for this tour?
The minimum age for this tour is 13 years old.

5, Is it necessary to know how to swim for this tour?
Yes, it is necessary to know how to swim since we will be in the water all the time, and although we have life jackets, you need to have experience to enjoy the tour.

6. Can passengers such as small children, elderly people or other people who do not want to enter the water go on the boat?
No, this is a long tour where we will be in the water all the time and it is definitely not recommended for people who do not want or are not able to go in the water.

7. Can I bring my own cooler with beer, snacks etc?
Yes, it is possible, but please try not to take up too much space since the boat is a panga.

8. How many people are in each group on this tour?
A maximum of 7

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