Snorkel on the famous underwater museum in Cancun
See Cancun's New Underwater Museum of Art. Created by artist Jason deCaires Taylor, these amazing sculptures are made out of a special material that promotes the growth of microscopic organisms to help create a new artificial reef.
Snorkel tour goes every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday afternoon. Gear and guide is included. Just opened in 2016, the Museo Atlántico Lanzarote was inspired by MUSA in Mexico and is the first underwater contemporary art museum in Europe. The installations strive to bring attention to environmental and climate change issues as well as create a new marine habitat for the Canary Islands. Dive instructors lead detailed tours of the nearly 300 sculptures.
Explore the famous “man on fire sculpture” a figure that is covered with fire coral, and the “Collector of Dreams” sculpture with several bottled messages of peace. The “Jardinera de la Esperanza” collects different kinds of coral formation as an underwater garden.
The entire project, called “The Silent Evolution” consists of 400 life-size statues described by the artist as: “Forming a vast gathering of people aiming to define a new era of living in a symbiotic relationship with nature”.
Snorkel gear, boat ride to the museum, snorkel guide.
Check in at 1:45 PM at Scuba Cancun, KM 5 in the hotel zone.
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