Cancun, Mexico is a famous diving spot, in addition to rich fish and corals, and the largest underwater museum in the world. There are about 400 sculptures made of ecological concrete. This ecological concrete can be made into an ecologically uneven surface so that a large number of marine organisms can attach to these surfaces and provide food for those marine life.
Growth conditions can protect their ecological environment. After the museum was built, it attracted visitors from all over the country and also reduced the tourist pressure for the national park on the west coast of the Caribbean.
From Cancun, you can sign up for a day trip. The water is about 8 meters deep, and the surrounding water quality is very good. You can see the snorkeling deep dive. In addition to human sculptures, small houses, cars, etc., it is a very special experience.
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Follow the women's island rafting team to the sea, look down, you will find a group of sculptures looking up at you on the blue sea floor. This is the largest underwater museum in the world, built by British artist Jason Taylor. From the perspective of snorkeling, the poses of those divers together with the sculptures constitute a wonderful picture.
Jason was born in the UK in 1974. He graduated from the London College of Art in 1998 with a degree in sculpture. After graduation, he became a full-time diving instructor and underwater naturalist. In 2006, Taylor began underwater sculpture creation. Established the world's first underwater sculpture park.
His work gradually transforms into actual coral reefs over time, corals grow on sculptures, fish groups build nests in sculptures, and works perfectly blend into the seabed environment, and artists also pass his Creation enhances people's awareness of marine environmental protection.
The Cancun Underwater Museum opened at the end of 2009 and can be used for diving. Under the water, you can see more than 400 sculptures by Jensen Taylor in various depths and locations. Being placed for a long time on the seabed, the sculpture The surface is covered with a layer of sea scale, which is very historical and feels like a mysterious ancient city under the sea. There are also corals and a variety of fish. Cancun Underwater Museum is also one of the must-see attractions in Cancun.