Cozumel is Mexico’s largest island, nestled just 12 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Cozumel measures 28 miles long & 10 miles wide, and is world renown for its dazzling white sandy beaches and the remarkable clarity of the multi-hued azure Caribbean ocean in which it rests. Cozumel is a paradise where tradition, flavor and joy come together. Cozumel is an ideal destination where honeymooners can enjoy colorful and breathtaking sunsets, moonlit walks on secluded beaches, swim through crystal clear blue waters and romantic candlelight dinners. Famous all over the world for its coral reefs, golden beaches and turquoise waters Cozumel’s mostly undeveloped territory at the center of the island is covered by jungle and swampy lagoons, which are home to tiny mammals and endemic birds that have never left the island.

Water Sports
Cozumel has something for everyone, beyond the island’s waterside activities such as diving, deep sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking and windsurfing. The experience with dolphins that is offered by Dolphin Discovery within Chankanaab’s Park is without question one of the most popular activities for visitors in Cozumel’s Island. Visitors can swim with the dolphins or simply enjoy the 45-minute dolphin encounter. The Sea Lion Show, an exciting display of stunts and other performances featuring the talents of these lovely mammals. Deep Sea Fishing is a fisherman’s paradise offering some of the most exciting fishing in the world. The glass bottom boat tour is a three-hour trip gives you the opportunity to snorkel two beautiful shallow reefs, or you can just admire Cozumel’s amazing reefs through the bottom from the boat.

Island Diversity
The climate is subtropical & the people native to Cozumel are of Mayan descent. The Maya were a great culture of farmers, fisherman & warriors who ruled from Campeche to Guatamala for over 2000 years before the arrival of the Spanish Explorers in the 15th Century. They were quite an advanced civilization, and the legacy of their culture survives in the vestiges of the huge cities that they built during their reign.

The choice of activities are boundless in Cozumel, typical festivals, scattered Maya ruins, great restaurants, a myriad of duty-free stores, diving, golfing, romance, a whole new world where everybody has a place under the sun.

The Natural Wonders In Cozumel

The Natural Wonders In Cozumel

Though known for its coral reefs, Cozumel in Mexico is full of much more. The people, the water sports, the beaches, the resorts, and even the food are worth the trip. Above and beyond the beauty of the coast, there is more to this tropical destination. One stop you may want to consider as a break from sun worshipping and water skiing is the Punta Sur Light House, ecological park, and nature reserve.
The awe-inspiring park that is anchored by the light house covers over 247 acres of land. There is a great deal of wildlife to see, like iguanas, birds, [...]