Discover Cozumel's south coast--and shoot some spectacular photos--during this exciting new tour!
Photographers from all over the world are invited to explore the natural wonders of our island home and share our common passion--photography.
This tour includes:
• Round trip transportation from the meeting point
• Bilingual guide (English/Spanish)
• Photography tour at Punta Sur Park
• Boat ride around two lagoons
• Cold beverages and a box lunch
• Once-in-a-lifetime photos and memories!
Although Cozumel has been known for years as a diving destination, you'll be amazed at the wide variety of plants and animals that inhabit this land. Led by local guides with ample knowledge of photography, we'll journey to the not-so-well-known areas of the island in search of great photo opportunities.
From the meeting point, it will take about 30 minutes by Jeep to reach the southern tip of the island and Punta Sur Park, the largest ecological reserve in Cozumel. There we find, adjacent to the coast, the stunning Celarain and Colombia lagoons, which are the largest on the island. This spot is famous for the nesting of protected birds such as flamingos, sea hawks, and ospreys. In addition, from May-August, we'll observe nesting sea turtles on the east coast of the island, and, when the eggs hatch, the little ones will find their way to the sea.
We'll make two stops on this tour--one at an observatory where crocodiles can be viewed at a safe distance and the second at the Celarain Lighthouse, whose elevation affords shutterbugs fantastic aerial shots. You'll undoubtedly capture many incredible photographs from both of these vantage points!
Weather permiting, we'll then take a small boat around the lagoons in order to get a closer look at the animal species who live there.
After visiting the lagoons, we'll have about 30 minutes for lunch, rest, and reflection before starting back to the rendezvous point.
• If you require a later tour time, please call ShoreTrips.
• The price of this tour includes bottled water, natural juices, Gatorade, iced tea, and a box lunch (ham & cheese sandwich, potato chips, granola bar).
• Wear comfortable clothes and bring sunscreen, hat or head protection, mosquito repellent, waterproof jacket in case of rain (especially during the rainy season of May-October), plastic bags to protect camera equipment, sufficient batteries and memory cards.
• Don't wear sandals or other open-toed shoes (such as Crocs).
• There is a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 6 for this tour.
• Minimum age: 12.
Days offered: 7 days a week