Banco Chinchorro, Mahahual

4.7
#6 of 6 in Parks in Mahahual
Reef · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Banco Chinchorro is an atoll reef lying off the southeast coast of the Municipality of Othón P. Blanco in Quintana Roo, Mexico, near Belize. It was featured throughout the 2009 semi-documentary film Alamar by Pedro González-Rubio.
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  • Awesome experience! Best dive in Mexico! The corals, the nurse sharks, the colour of the water were incredible!  more »
  • Wow! If you are a diver you have to organise a trip out her. Incredible place and in pristine condition. Great diving with the nurse sharks who know no fear of us... kept getting too close for...  more »
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  • Excellent place.
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  • In the description it says that it was declared a World Heritage Site on February 2, 2004, however that is not correct. Unfortunately, this designation has not been achieved, even though the proposal had been sent several times to UNESCO.
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