If you want to get some fish of your own, take a nice walk, a nice swim and in general a nice day fishing, Raquel gives you some tips on where and how to do it in Cozumel
We went to catch our own food with “Spearfishing Today” and it was very exciting. Starting the tour with a breathtaking view of the turquoise water of the Mexican Caribbean, with certified and passionate guides, it was the most exciting experience in the sea. On our way to our diving spot, the guides told us which fish were permitted to catch and what to re-spear, according to their species and size. We also received instructions and precautions in order to fully enjoy the tour.
At our first stop we glimpsed a beautiful Eagle ray swimming quietly. She gave us permission to approach, to see it in detail and enjoy its beauty. As if that were not enough, we continued our swim and then we saw a giant turtle swimming with great agility, putting on a show with its’ presence. So we continued to find more turtles and many colorful fish hiding in the reefs. Wandering around, there is always something new to see and as we went back to the shore, we came across nothing less than wild dolphins swimming around the boat! What a spectacular way to end a day of fishing.
In addition to being an unforgettable experience, it is really admirable see your teammates make attempts to spearfish, immersed in chasing their prey, and being cautious so that the fish don’t perceive fear. The tips that the guide gave us proved to be very useful.
The tour lasts four hours, where you will swim, snorkel and try to catch your prey. Water and fruit are included for the breaks you make here and there. You make various stops at specific locations with different depths. At the end of the tour, we ate what we caught, enjoying the freshest fish that I have ever eaten! They have a location in Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Cozumel, Holbox, Isla Mujeres and Tulum, and you can find them on their website www.spearfishingtoday.com.