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is anyone leaving for travel to Mexico? If so, I am interested in hearing from anyone who is familiar with great snorkelling and scuba areas. I have googled and would like to read first hand from experienced divers or vacationers. Mazatlan was great, but for snorkelling......ah ok if your beginning. Cozumel Island, (outside Cancun) beautiful parrot fish the size of a human torso.

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updated DIC 8, 2008
posted by Kerrie

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I am also interested in hearing more about Mexico dear.

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updated DIC 8, 2008
posted by mark13
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Hola, yes I've been. However, we never saw any turtles, I was disappointed with the lack of sea life and plants there. I saw a sea snake, and many parrot fish the size of a human's torsal! They were beautiful. I guess it all depends on who you go out with?
thanks.

Ginevre said:

Cozumel Island is definitely the best in the yucatan peninsula. You will get to see a wide variety of fish, turtles and other creatures but only if you go with the right people, cause they know which chain of reef to choose.

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updated DIC 8, 2008
posted by Kerrie
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Mexico is a BIG country! I have found the best snorkelling where there are no tourist centers and not with a guide. How are you traveling, and where ar you going?

Cozumel Island is ok. From there you can go into Belize which has some good places (rent a car). I like the Sea of Cortez because it is close to me -- it has some great snorkelling areas (some very dificult to get to by car). Anyway; I'm not a expert but have some knowledge of some places to snorkel. And knowing how to speak and understand some spanish is a must if you leave the tourist centers .

updated DIC 7, 2008
posted by Daniel
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Cozumel Island is definitely the best in the yucatan peninsula. You will get to see a wide variety of fish, turtles and other creatures but only if you go with the right people, cause they know which chain of reef to choose.

updated DIC 7, 2008
posted by Ginevre
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