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Things to do in Isla Mujeres

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  • 1

    Dolphin Discovery Isla Mujeres

    6 reviews

    Swim with dolphins!!

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  • 2

    Playa Norte

    6 reviews

    Playa Norte is one of the best kid-friendly beaches in the Riviera Maya. A long strip of white sand on the northern edge of Isla Mujeres, the water deepens so slowly into the turquoise sea, you can wade almost a hundred yards and still be only waist deep. The shallow waters also mean that there are virtually no waves, making ...

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  • 3

    Ultramar ferry terminal

    6 reviews

    The ferry terminal is currently being redone and looks like it will be quite beautiful once finished! As for now, it is a bit of an inconvenience as the space is unusable during construction, but I suspect on my next visit it will be a much better experience.

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  • 4

    National Reef Park Garrafon

    5 reviews

    A natural adventure park with zip-lines, snorkeling, kayaking, reef, clilfs, beaches, etc. www.garrafon.com

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  • 5

    Garrafon Natural Reef Eco Park

    4 reviews

    Wonderful snorkeling!

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  • 6

    Tortugranja (Turtle Farm)

    5 reviews

    This little sea turtle sanctuary is a sure-hit with most travelers. There are several enclosures with sea turtles of different ages and species and, typically, a tank of just-hatched turtles too. During the nesting season (May-October), one section of sand is fenced off, and eggs that are collected from nests around the island are transplanted here to protect them from ...

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  • 7

    Chedraui

    4 reviews

    think walmart only much smaller, this is the most americanized grocery, liquor, pharmacy, hardware, clothing, home goods etc. store on the island

  • 8

    La Trigueña

    3 reviews

    Beautiful statue at the edge of Isla Mujeres. The plaque below it reads "La mujer nativa con su incomparable belleza esta impregnada de brisa marina con aire hacia las estrellas." Google it!

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  • 9

    Jax Bar & Grill

    2 reviews

    Our favorite American restaurant on the island, gorgeous view from the 2nd floor balcony, super prices , try the #30 fish sandwich and a bucket of beer

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  • 10

    Sea Hawk Divers

    2 reviews

    If you're staying on Isla Mujeres and looking to dive, Sea Hawk Divers is a good option. It is one of the oldest shops on the island (over 20 years), has a local owner, and an excellent reputation. When I dived with the shop, I found the staff to be very professional, friendly, and open to diving at sites that ...

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  • 11

    Playa Sol

    2 reviews

    Less crowded than Playa Norte, but only a few steps away. Playa Sol is a bit better for the budget concerned, who are willing to sacrifice slightly clearer waters.

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    MUSA Museo Subacuático

    1 review

    For those who enjoy art and diving, MUSA is a wonderful art installation on the ocean floor about 40 ft down. It is between Isla Mujeres and Cancun, but much closer to Isla Mujeres. It's a nice spot to bring beginning divers or those divers who love playing with a camera!

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  • 14

    Casa del Buceo

    1 review

    I can't even begin to sing the praises of this dive shop. They arranged 8 dives over three days for my father and I. Pablo and Enrique planned out our dives and kept each dive experience memorable. Enrique was an attentive and helpful dive leader. Darwin helped us with gear switches and etc. Everyone here was so friendly and truly ...

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  • 15

    Cozy Cosy Bar

    1 review

    The Cozy Cosy Bar is located just inside Villa Rolandi's lobby. It is small, intimate and a must for any margarita lover. I had the best margaritas of my life here, but beyond that, the bartender Hilario is a wonderful person to sit and chat with. If you visit Isla Mujeres, take a cab ride over to Villa Rolandi and ...

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  • 16

    Parque Punta Sur

    1 review
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  • 17

    Joysxee Island

    1 review

    Kind of an odd thing to see. This island in the Lagoon waters of Isla Mujeres is made entirely of plastic bottles. You can take tours during open hours or stand on the shores to marvel at the engineering!

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  • 18

    Iglesia de Isla Mujeres

    1 review

    Not the most gorgeous or modern church, but I loved the large virgin statue which watches over the square. It clearly is a dominating presence.

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  • 19

    Maritimos Magaña

    2 reviews

    Maritimos Magana is another port destination for those ferrying over between Isla Mujeres and Puerto Juarez. It's in a less busy area than the terminal in town, but you can still find restaurants close by.

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  • 20

    Rentadora Fiest

    1 review

    Their beater bikes were a great deal compared to the other rental places on Isla Mujeres. We were in and out in less than 15 minutes with some wheels and a mission to circle the island. It's a great way to see more without resorting to a gold cart or moped!

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