Chinchorro Bank

The Banco Chinchorro Biosphere Reserve is the largest coral atoll in Mexico. It is located near Mahahual, a small fishing village located on the Grand Costa Maya. Chinchorro has a great diversity of marine flora and fauna, there have been more than 2,500 species such as lobsters, groupers, rays, sergeants, French angelfish, queen angelfish, loggerhead, green and hawksbill turtles. Nurse sharks relax between tunnels and caverns.

As a real pleasure, you can also have the opportunity to dive with crocodiles and manatees.

In its depths lie more than 68 sunken ships, some of them over 500 years old, such as Spanish and English galleons dating from the sixteenth and seventeenth century.

The Mesoamerican Reef System that is located along Banco Chinchorro is the largest independent reef in the Northern Hemisphere and one of the healthiest.

Do not miss the opportunity to dive in the mysterious and rich waters of Banco Chinchorro.