The Mexican Caribbean is home to one of the most beautiful and clear waters of the world. It is a wonderful place and an amazing tourist destination of the world. Cancun, which is located in Quintana Roo, Mexico, is one of its beautiful coastal towns and a major source of tourist attraction. It offers a lot to the tourists. In Cancun you can enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, surfing, fishing, private boat charters, pirate ship, dinner cruises and much more. Besides all this, Cancun has one absolutely out-of-the-world things to offer to the tourists. And that is Cancun’s Underwater Museum.
Cancun houses one of the largest underwater museums on the planet Earth. This underwater museum in Cancun has a series of underwater sculptural installations ranging from 9 feet to 20 feet. Jason deCaires Taylor is the main artist of this wonderful and stunning underwater project. You are but thrilled to watch this amazing sculptural world under the Mexican Caribbean. The museum has been developed within the protected National Marine Park of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Cancun’s Underwater Museum has more than 400 original and life size figurative sculptures which depict a contemporary and cultural view of Mayan people charting their evolution throughout the years. All the sculptures used in the Underwater Museum have been built using special materials which promote marine life.
Cancun’s Underwater Museum serves threefold purpose. Besides being a center for tourist attraction, it provides the visitors the opportunity to see the pristine natural reefs of Cancun, promotes Cancun as an artistic and cultural area and thirdly to promote other fine artists for further growth of this project in the years to come.
Cancun’s Underwater Museum offers a unique opportunity for the divers and snorkellers to explore the depth of the Mexican Caribbean in Cancun and admire these beautiful and amazing life size sculptural installations. The experience is so awesome that you cannot afford to miss it.