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Dive Into Cozumel

Cozumel’s only city, San Miguel, offers restaurants, boutiques and colorful shops lining the boardwalk and selling souvenirs and Mayan handicrafts. For the more adventurous, dive into Cozumel's famous clear waters and take advantage of the region's famous snorkeling and diving, as well as its pristine beaches and eco-parks. Finally, those looking to soak up some culture along with some sun, there are plenty of museums, sculptures and monuments to visit. With something for just about every vacation style, Cozumel remains a top destination for both families and adventurists time and time again!

Cozumel Overview

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    Mapping Out Mexico

    Why is Mexico everything to everyone? A quick visit to the east coast sums it up. Cancun’s got nightlife and a party scene while Cozumel offers outdoor adventure like diving and snorkeling. The west coast has even more to boast. Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta both offer beaches, world-class hotels and great golf courses, making them perfect family vacation spots. However, adventure-minded travelers will want to head to either Mazatlan to explore historic ruins or Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, which has a similar vibe, but with the feel of an upscale city. And for the escapist, Huatulco and Manzanillo boast virtually untouched natural beauty. While each destination is uniquely different, they all have their own special way of showing you the magic of Mexico.
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    Sand, Scenes and Eats: Palancar Beach

    Located on the south side of San Miguel, Palancar Beach is famous for its powdery, white sand, shopping, restaurants and crystal-clear waters. Whether you want to spend a day at the beach with your family or snorkel through the Palancar & Columbian reefs, the experience is sure to be memorable. However, a trip to Palancar is not just about waves, you can also enjoy a selection of land-bound activities including beach-side massages, shopping, bars and the freshest ceviche around to sink your teeth into.
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    Small Size, Big Thrills: Discover Mexico Park

    Wish you could see all of Mexico’s most famous attractions, but can’t afford to spend the extra time or money? No worries! The expansive Discover Mexico Park houses scale models of Mexico’s most popular attractions including Mayan Ruins, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico City and much more. This is a great destination for those who want to learn more about Mexico’s history and culture, but don’t have the time to visit the entire country.
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    Explore the Deep: Dive Cozumel

    For decades, Cozumel has been known as one of the top diving locations in the world. With crystal-clear turquoise waters, exotic fish, sunken ship wrecks and attractive coral reefs, Cozumel is literally a diver’s paradise!

    While Cozumel's diving is superb year-round, the absolute best time to dive Cozumel is during the months of June through August. At this time, not only can you enjoy the best diving of your life, but you can rake in the savings as hotel rates are at their lowest.

    So what are you waiting for? It's time to dive in!
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    Museo de la Isla de Cozumel

    Located in a former hotel, Museo de la Isla de Cozumel is a great place to explore Cozumel's history and enjoy some fine Mexican food! The museum contains a number of amazing exhibits on the natural history of Cozumel.

    You can travel through time and discover the history of the island’s origins, endangered species, exotic vegetation and ancient Mayan history. Outside, you can explore an accurate Mayan thatched hut with a guide who’ll explain the daily life of the Mayans.

    This is a good place to learn about Cozumel’s beautiful coral reefs before hitting the water and is definitely a must-see spot before you leave the island.
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    Wild Times at Punta Sur Eco Beach Park

    If you love to be out in the wild, then a trip to the Punta Sur Eco Beach Park is an absolute requirement! This sprawling 247-acre national preserve at Cozumel’s southern tip is a great destination for nature lovers and adventurists. The park features exotic birds, crocodiles, sea turtles and many other local species. You can also explore the El Caracol Mayan ruins and the Faro Celerain Lighthouse. After you make your way through the park, stop by the visitor’s center to schedule a catamaran or kayak tour around Laguna Colombia.
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    Cozumel Quick Facts

    Language: The main language in Cozumel is Spanish, but many in the tourism industry speak English.

    Currency: The official currency is the peso, but USD is also accepted.

    Electricity: The standard electricity supply in Cancun is 110 volts with two-prong outlets.

    Passport/Immigration: All U.S. citizens must have a valid passport when traveling to and from Cozumel.

    Drinking Water: To be safe, it is recommended to drink and brush your teeth with bottled water ONLY.

    Time Zone: Central Standard Time (UTC/GMT -5 hours)

    Peak Season: The peak travel season for Cozumel runs from December to April.

Things to Do in Cozumel

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    Diving with Dolphins in Cozumel

    Combine a love of diving with a one-of-a-kind experience of swimming with dolphins with this special dive with dolphins Cozumel program. Submerged in depths of 25 feet, this is a rare and marvelous chance to observe dolphins playing alongside you. You will also have a chance to hug, kiss and pet the friendly marine animals. Back on dry land, your dive with dolphins day continues with fun at Chankanaab National Park, a beautiful setting to end a magical day in Cozumel.

    Included:
    • Dive equipment (one tank) 
    Not Included:
    • Transportation
    • Snorkel equipment 
    Facilities:
    • Pool
    • Lockers
    • Showers
    • Restrooms 
    Don't Forget to Bring: Bring towels and cash for taxis, shopping, meals & souvenirs.

    Hours: Open daily. This tour lasts about 1 hour.

    Where to Go: Playa del Carmen pier.

    Age Restrictions: Min age is 18 yrs old. Max age is 50 yrs old.

    Additional Information: Do not travel by plane on the next 24 hours after diving. Do not drink alcoholic beverages before dive. Drink plenty of water, light breakfast, and sleep well. Not recommended for people with asthma, hypertension, epilepsy or respiratory problems. Not recommended for pregnant women.

    From USA & Canada: 1 877 329-4461
    From Mexico: 01 800 267-8270
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    Island and Off Road by Jeep

    Explore Cozumel Island the only way to explore it! Hop on your 4x5 Jeep Wrangler and take a grand tour through Cozumel and her beautiful landscape. Visit Punta Sur Ecological Reserve, the ancient ruins in San Gervasio, and then ride on across the island to Hacienda Antigua. Finally, cool off by snorkeling in a beautiful spot. That's one exciting day of sun and fun!

    Included:
    • Bilingual guide
    • Snorkel equipment
    • Snorkel tour
    • Lighthouse museum
    • Mexican Buffet (fajitas- chicken and beef, fruit, rice, beans, salad, etc.)
    • Drinks (soda, water, fresh water)
    • 2 beers per person after snorkel
    • Free time at the beach Punta Sur entrance & San Gervasio entrance
    • Tequila Tasting
    Don't Forget to Bring:
    • Comfortable clothing
    • Extra clothing
    • Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Sunscreen
    • Camera
    • Swimsuit
    • Towel
    • Extra spending money.  
    Hours: Mon-Sat. This tour lasts about 6 hours.

    Where to Go: Meet in resort lobby.

    Age Restrictions: Minimum age is 3 yrs old.

    Additional Information: Not recommended for pregnant women.
    From USA & Canada: 1 877 329-4461
    From Mexico: 01 800 267-8270
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    Everybody Loves Rays

    Your dream trip comes true with a visit to Stingray Beach. Go swimming with stingrays in a wild interaction where you'll get to feed, touch and pet these amazing and friendly animals. Enjoy some snorkel time with dozens of these "flying" fish.

    After your swim, enjoy the beauty of this private beach club where hermit crabs and iguanas have made their home. The beach offers trampolines, beach chairs, umbrellas and picnic tables to enjoy.

    Included:
    • Snorkel gear
    • Sealed security bag for personal items
    • 1 hour interacting with stingrays
    • Access to facilities to shower or change your clothes
    Not Included:
    • Transportation

    Don't Forget to Bring: Bring your bathing suit, a towel, a water-resistant camera, money, and biodegradable sunscreen.
    *No cameras during snorkeling.

    Hours: Mon-Sat. This tour lasts about 1 hours.

    Where to Go: Meet at Stingray Beach.

    Age Restrictions: Min age is 4 yrs old.

    Additional Information: Not recommended for pregnant women.
    From USA & Canada: 1 877 329-4461
    From Mexico: 01 800 267-8270

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    Atlantis Submarine

    Cozumel Island has its charm, but it is its underwater environment that makes it a true star. Just off the tip of the island is the second largest barrier reef in the world, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. And you can explore the reef in the most unique fashion - inside a submarine. This unique ride takes you inside the air-conditioned submarine, as you go into the depths of the ocean. Viewing the reef and underwater sea life through portholes for every passenger, your adventure offers the beauty of the marine life without ever losing comfort.
    Included:
    • English speaking guides
    • Complimentary rum punch or fruit punch on board.

    Not Included:
    • Transportation

    Don't Forget to Bring: Comfortable shoes and money for snacks, reef fees, cab, tip & souvenirs.

    Hours: Mon-Sat. This tour lasts about 4 hours.

    Where to Go: Playa del Carmen pier.

    Age Restrictions: Min age is 4 yrs old.

    Additional Information: Not recommended for pregnant women.

    From USA & Canada: 1 877 329-4461
    From Mexico: 01 800 267-8270
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    Fly High Adventure Zip Line

    Looking for high-flying fun? Soar along 1,400 feet of zip lines, high above the trees on the island of Cozumel with an exciting and thrilling outing at Fly High Adventures.

    This adventure park Cozumel is home to aerial rides that will give you views of the Caribbean Sea and the entire island from six different platforms.

    Included:
    • Round-trip transportation
    • Gear Lockers
    • Purified water
    Don't Forget to Bring: Closed toe shoes, shorts, insect repellant, sunscreen & extra money. Long hair should be clipped up.

    Hours: Mon-Sat. This tour lasts about 1 hours.

    Where to Go: Meet in resort lobby.

    Age Restrictions: Min age is 8 yrs old.

    Additional Information: Not recommended for pregnant women.
    From USA & Canada: 1 877 329-4461
    From Mexico: 01 800 267-8270

Tips & Transportation

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    Dive Like the Pros at Stingray Beach

    Looking to dive the deep blue sea, but don't have the training to make your first big dive? No worries, just make your way to Stingray Beach. Whether you're a seasoned diver or looking for your first taste of the deep, Stingray Beach provides the same interactive experience as scuba diving, but without the added cost or heavy gear. This beach will allow you to get up close and personal with stingrays and other assorted fish as you swim with and even pet them!
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    Go Green at Chankanaab National Park

    Regarded as Mexico's best kept secret, Chankanaab National Park is conveniently located near Cozumel off the local highway. If you're looking for an exciting place to spend a non-beach day, Chankanaab is for you. Chankanaab National Park consists of a saltwater lagoon, an archeological park and a botanical garden with reproductions of a Mayan village. With so much to see and do, the fun you'll have at Chankanaab is limitless. You can swim, snorkel and scuba dive at the beach, or explore underwater caverns, a sunken ship, Mayan ruins and much more.
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    Kinta Mexican Bistro Has Your Foodie Fix

    A favorite among locals, Kinta Mexican Bistro offers interesting twists on local Yucatecan cuisine and serves guests with a unique and delicious dining experience. Stop by and relax in the cool, air-conditioned dining room or enjoy your meal out on the shaded patio. Whether you are looking for a romantic dinner or a fun night on the town with your family, you can get your grub on with delicious black-bean soup or Kinta's famous chile relleno stuffed with vegetable ratatouille. No matter what, Kinta Mexican Bistro has a foodie fix for you!
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    Enjoy a Romantic Dinner at La Cocay

    Tucked away in a quiet corner of downtown Cozumel, La Cocay is a uniquely elegant restaurant that is a must-see if you visit Cozumel. Whether you come to La Cocay for romance or a nice meal with the family, the friendly staff will impress you with their attentive service and gourmet cuisine. If you want to experience the best fusion of Mexico and the Caribbean, order the Mahi Mahi dusted with creole spices and mango salsa. This is one dish you certainly don't want to miss!
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    Best Street Tacos: El Foco

    You've had a fun night on the town. The bleary haze of tequila still wafts in and out of your vision. You decide to call it a night, but there's one problem. You're hungry. If you find yourself stumbling around Cozumel with the munchies, there's no better place for late-night eats than El Foco. El Foco serves up filling soft tacos stuffed with pork, chorizo, cheese and beef that are both cheap and a cure for a rumbling stomach. Feel free to stop by anytime since the restaurant is open until midnight or until the last person leaves.
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    Airport

    Cozumel International Airport (CZM) caters to the island of Cozumel and is located approximately 3.5 miles from Cozumel on the Caribbean coast near Cancun. It handles national and international air traffic for the city of San Miguel, Cozumel and generally receives half-a-million tourists each year.
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    Immigration & Customs

    When you reach the arriving terminal, you will be guided to the immigration hall where you will form a line and wait for your turn with the immigration officer. You will supply the officer with your passport and answer a few routine questions about the nature of your stay. For US and European travelers, all you need to do is produce a current passport in order to enter and leave Cozumel.
  • Getting to Your Hotel

    Some travelers may have concerns about vacationing in Mexico. CheapCaribbean.com has partnered with Amstar as our premier transportation company in Cozumel. They’ll provide you with safe, comfortable and professional transportation, from the airport to your hotel and back. They’ll also provide transportation to any excursions booked through our site that you’d like to take while you’re in your destination.

    It’s easy to find your Amstar team when you arrive at the airport. They’ll be standing in the ground transportation waiting area, holding a CheapCaribbean welcome sign. All drivers are fluent in English, friendly and knowledgeable about the culture, history and things to do while you’re there. By the end of your ride, you’ll have made a new friend. Vehicles are all clean, modern and reliable.

    Amstar is also the official transportation rep for CheapCaribbean.com excursions when you book vacations to Cozumel on our site. The majority of our partner hotels have an Amstar desk in or near the lobby so they’re easy to find, should you need them.

    For this reason, we suggest that our guests do not rent cars while in the Caribbean or Mexico as traffic laws and road quality and street signs are not the same as they are in the US.
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    Getting Around Cozumel

    While most travelers walk around Cozumel without a problem, some may choose to rent a moped or a car. You'll find offices for Avis, Hertz and Executive at the airport where you'll be surprised as to how affordable rates are during your stay. If you do decide to rent a car, please note that the main road in Cozumel runs north to south and does not stop. The road running east to west stops at each intersection to allow north/south traffic to cross. You'll also want to know that the busiest road in Cozumel is the one nearest the water. While it might be tempting to use that road to get the scenic views, it's better to save that area for walking so you'll be safer to avoid the traffic.