Dolphin Discovery Costa Maya
Costa Maya is a region in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico and includes two villages – Majahual and Xcalak. Our Costa Maya dolphinarium is located in the beautiful conservation area of Majahual, a picturesque village facing the Caribbean Sea about 2 hours from Chetumal and 4 hours from Cancun.
Costa Maya offers acres of unspoiled coastal land, a rich history and cultural influences, and vast natural resources. The area also has the largest existing Mayan population and highest concentration of Mayan archeological sites. The region also boasts one of the most well-preserved marine life in the world—with unspoiled beaches and pristine waters, divers can enjoy an average of 100 feet of visibility, 60 types of coral and more than 500 species of fish.
If you arrive to Costa Maya by cruise ship, you will see our dolphinarium just a few meters from the pier at your left side. Facing the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, our loving dolphins will give you the best experience of your life in an ocean water pool with natural sand floor surrounded by shops and restaurants that will certainly fulfill your day.
If you swim with dolphins you are free to stay in Costa Maya to relax, enjoy Mexico’s delicious food and try a snorkel tour.