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Isla Contoy Tour

Explore Isla Contoy from Cancun for a sustainable adventure with stunning natural beauty and wildlife, a travel experience not to be missed.


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Swimming with a whale shark in Cancun offers an unforgettable adventure, education, and natural beauty that you'll treasure for a lifetime.


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About Isla Contoy National Park

Isla Contoy, barely touched by humankind, is located 32 km from Isla Mujeres and 50 km south of Cancun. It is one of Mexico's 67 protected National Parks and the most important bird sanctuary in the Mexican Caribbean. In addition, its mangroves have been declared Wetlands of International Importance by the Ramsar List.

In the south of the island, between the limits of the warm waters of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico, we can find Ixlaché reef. This reef is part of the largest barrier reef in Latin America and the second-largest in the world.

It is famous for being a practically intact ecosystem that protects birds, reptiles, fish, and marine fauna such as different kinds of endangered turtles.


National Park

Established in February 1998, the park rangers protect 230 hectares of land and 4900 hectares of its marine portion.



The island is home to 98 species of plants. The most important groups are mangroves, coastal dunes, lowland rainforest, and coconut palms.



Contoy protects 173 kinds of marine birds, 14 species of reptiles, about 250 species of fish, crustaceans, and endangered marine turtles.


Reef system

Located in the southern part of the island, "Ixlaché" reef is part of the second-largest barrier reef worldwide after Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

Two of the most incredible nature tours from Cancun

Come and discover the hidden gem of Isla Contoy, located in the Caribbean Sea off the northeastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. This tiny island boasts crystal-clear turquoise waters, pristine white sand beaches, and diverse wildlife that will captivate nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

One of the most unforgettable experiences that the Isla Contoy area offers is the opportunity to swim with whale sharks, the largest fish in the world. From May to September each year, these gentle giants migrate to the waters around Isla Contoy to feed on plankton, creating a unique and awe-inspiring opportunity to witness these magnificent creatures up close.


Isla Contoy Experience Tour from Cancun

Adult: $139.00 USD | Child: $109.00 USD

Isla Contoy is a sustainable paradise with diverse marine life, crystal-clear waters, and pristine beaches, perfect for eco-conscious travelers seeking a unique experience.


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Whale Shark Experience Tour from Cancun 40% OFF

Adult: $239.00 USD | Child: $189.00 USD

Adult: $143.40 USD | Child: $113.40 USD

Swim with gentle giants in their natural habitat. It's an adventure that combines education, conservation and natural beauty for an unforgettable experience.


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Isla Contoy and Whale Shark Photo Gallery

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05 - LORES - Isla Contoy - Fauna - Cangrejo ermitaño
14 - LoRes - Isla Contoy Tour - Snorkel Ixlaché Reef
13 - LoRes - Isla Contoy Tour - Couple trail
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01 - Sqr - Isla Contoy Tour - Aerial Drone
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01 - LoRes - Fragatas - Fregata magnificens - Isla Contoy
12 - LORES - Pelícano Isla Contoy
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11 - LORES - Vista desde torre
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