The Cancun Underwater Museum is worth visiting. Although it was built artificially (in fact, there are some terracotta warriors and horses on the bottom of the sea), there is still a touch of touching when we really see it. We snorkeled when we were on a one-day trip to the sea on Women's Island, because we didn't start deep diving and were afraid that we would not be able to see it in case the light was not good enough and the sleep was not clear enough. We didn't expect to see it clearly, although there was a certain distance (because the Museum was at the bottom of the sea). All in all, it was a very interesting tour.
The Cancun Underwater Museum is also one of the scenic spots that must be visited in Cancun. But here we have to dive to the bottom of the fore-sea. There are all kinds of sculptures sunk in the bottom of the sea. There are people, animals, cars and so on. Because they have been placed on the bottom for a long time, the surface of the sculpture is covered with sea scale. It has a very historical sense and feels like a mysterious ancient city on the bottom of the sea. It's very interesting. You must come and visit it.
There are about 400 sculptures, all made of ecological concrete, which can be made into ecological uneven surfaces, so that a large number of marine organisms can attach to these surfaces, can provide good growth conditions for those marine organisms, and can protect their ecological environment.
To snorkel to visit, you can take a local one-day tour. When you get to the place by boat, the captain will arrange for the crew to go down one by one. The cost starts at $53. The world's largest underwater Museum has many interesting sculptures and is also an ecological experience of the Caribbean Sea.
It's beautiful to be somewhere you have to go to Cancun.
I have to say it's still shocking, but I'm a little scared.
All the items are under water. It's very creative.