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                    Chankanaab National Park

Chankanaab National Park is a beautiful natural zone located at the ocean side road, in Cozumel Island. The Chankanaab Park was decreed National Park and a conservation area for shelter, refuge and protection for endemic flora and incredible marine fauna, in 1980. The word “Chankanaab” comes from the Mayan language: “chan” means small, and “kanaab” is ocean, and it makes reference to the natural water formation that is located inside the park.
Chankanaab National Park
This amazing marine park, among their natural beauties, boasts a modern aquarium, dolphinarium, and also features different species of turtles, coral and tropical fish, and here, our visitors have lots of options to enjoy, such as scuba diving, snorkel… and swim with dolphins!

Park schedule: Daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 pm

About dolphins
Did you know? There are two different types of body in the bottlenose dolphin species. Coastal ones have an average of 2.5-2.7 m in length, with a weight of 190-260 kg. The Pelagic ones (off-shore) are an average of 3.6-3.8 m and weigh 400-454 kg.
Visit Tips
Visit Tips Please remember that in Mexico we are making efforts for the habitat conservation. That is the reason why we strongly recommend using biodegradable suntan lotions.

Dolphin Royal Swim
This is, undoubtedly, the most famous of Dolphin programs and can be summarized in two words: action and speed.
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Dolphin Swim Adventure
This program was created especially for you and the dolphin to share a series of sensational and safe activities while establishing a unique bond of trust.
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Dolphin Encounter
A non swimmer favorite for all ages; learn, hold them, watch their amazing tricks, get a serenade and a splash... and seal the friendship with a kiss.
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