Estado de Quintana Roo Sports & Outdoors

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Estado de Quintana Roo Sports & Outdoors

  • Dive or Snorkel

    Cancún Sports & Outdoors

    I thought the beaches and oceans would be dirty in Cancun but they were beautiful. So far everywhere I have been in the gulf is beautiful. And I heard Cancun as the second largest coral reef in the world so go figure it was the best snorkeling EVER!!!

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  • Cave Diving

    Playa del Carmen Sports & Outdoors

    For all you scuba divers out there. This is not to miss experience if your ever in the Maya Riveria region. It's an otherwordly experience, literally! A cenote, pronounce (say-no-tay) is a crystal clear body of water in the form of an underground river, lagoon and are entrance ways to underground caves. Most of them are in the jungle, but some can...

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  • Snorkeling/Swimming

    Isla Cozumel Sports & Outdoors

    If you are an active outdoorsperson, but do not have a scuba certification, snorkelling is a little light on activity, but a safe way to get a little exercise. We thoroughly enjoyed our snorkelling portion of our afternoon excursion to Cozumel. It also gave us enough time in the afternoon to grab some lunch! The snorkelling equipment is included...

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  • Parasailing

    Cancún Sports & Outdoors

    Parasailing is probably one of the 2 or 3 best things to do in Cancun besides snorkeling and scuba diving, both of which are really fun. I loved parasailing off of the resort. It was so nice to get up about 200 feet in the area and just see the whole resort, first hand. The breeze up there is so nice, and you can just sit back and relax. Looking...

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  • Sailing

    Isla Cozumel Sports & Outdoors

    We booked a week long SCUBA trip with Red Sail and they were an awesome company. We owned our own gear, so only needed air and tanks, but their boats were spotless and their DM's were knowledgeable, friendly and professional. Excellent company!

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  • Hotels Activities

    Cancún Sports & Outdoors

    They suggest packages at TPC Cancun to Parnassus Resorts guests. Guests of Parnassus Resorts have golf packages included in their stay. Their suggestions include: • Unlimited Golf at TPC Cancun for one day • Roundtrip tarnsportation • Tee time • Practice facility access • Unlimited bottled water • Shared golf cart • 20% discount on equipment...

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  • Scuba

    Isla Cozumel Sports & Outdoors

    The photos I have on the travelogue pages were underwater pictures taken while diving with Papa Hog (Mike). I am handicapped by the fact that I don't have the notes for this trip, so I don't know what we paid for things, but I had a package from Aqua Dreams which included diving and hotel. Currently an open water certification course is $350.00,...

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  • Jet Skis

    Cancún Sports & Outdoors

    David and I decided to rent Jet skis for a half an hour off of the resort, and boy was that fun. We started off going real fast, and then once we got used to it, we started trying different quick turns and daredevilish things to do. Soon we found ourselves flipped over and trying to get the jet ski turned back over. David's dumb self had flipped us...

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  • Swimming

    Cancún Sports & Outdoors

    Swimming with the dolphins at Xel Ha was so much fun. I think I got the biggest laugh from watching David's mom freak out as the dolphins picked her up. I like it because the dolphins came up and kissed me on the cheek, and they swam over my stomach, and allowed me to rub them. The neatest thing and one I recommend wholeheartly is to let them pick...

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  • Boating

    Cancún Sports & Outdoors

    The same day David and I went parasailing we also rented jet skis, and sailed in a catamaran. The catamaran was really fun. The guy took me out first and showed me how to stear the boat first before I actually went out with David. After taking me in, David just got on board and the guy told me I could show David how to sail. David and I sailed out...

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  • Spectating

    Cancún Sports & Outdoors

    On my first Saturday afternoon in Cancun I made my way to Estadio Cancun '86 to see the local football team in action. The date was the 25th February 2006 and the game was between local side Pioneros de Cancun and visitors Albinegros Orizaba, in Mexico's Division 2a (a regionalised 3rd tier of Mexican football). I purchased my ticket from the...

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  • Fishing

    Cancún Sports & Outdoors

    If you'd like to try deep-sea fishing, contact Club Lagoon, Wild Goat Marina (phone 83-0062) or Aqua Tours (phone 83-0227). Catch includes swordfish, blue and white marlin, dolphin (the fish, not the mammal), shark, wahoo and barracuda, depending upon time of year. Expect to pay about US$200-$300 for half a day and up to US$400-$500 for a full day.

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  • SCUBA DIVING

    Diving to see sunken ships and beautiful reefs in the crystalline waters of the Caribbean is a memorable way to pass time. The best places for diving are along Isla Mujeres, Playa del Carmen and Cozumel. All equipment can easily be rent through the diving shops. They are plenty.

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  • Swimming in a Cenote

    After 20 minutes you are use to the cold, very cold water....then you have to put your snorkling / diving gear on and you have to most wonderfull sight you will ever see.It can be scary in the beginning. You have to imagine a cave like you see on tv, but then you are walking on the bottum. Now you looking at it from above, and that means you can...

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  • Play (Mayan) football

    If you look close to this picture you can see a playfield behind the little girl. Thats all the kids have to play football. The goal is made of trees and the concreet must be awfull when you fall. But these kids are happy with it...cause when do you find concreet in the middle of the jungle? We saw them playing with a ball made of leaves. And they...

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