Cozumel is one of the jewels of the Riviera Maya. By its extension it is the third largest island in Mexico, the second most populous and, of course, one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean. It has almost 50 kilometers from north to south and about 15 from east to west, in which it contains natural beauties that have made it the favorite of thousands of tourists; its beaches, cenotes, lagoons, long plains and underground rivers are some of its main attractions.
Nature has been generous with the island of Cozumel, as well as with the rest of the Riviera Maya. The main attractions of this beautiful destination have to do directly with contact with nature, whether at sea, lagoons or underground.
Tourism is the main activity in Cozumel. Its natural beauty, historical wealth and the hospitality of the people, make the island a perfect destination for rest and family life. For this there are hotels, restaurants and spas in all categories and accessible to all budgets.
Cozumel has a long and beautiful history, which has left archaeological testimonies throughout the island and, mainly, we are told in the archaeological zone of San Gervasio, with its squares and buildings, or in the halls of the Museum of the Island of Cozumel, in which they are exhibited from pre-Hispanic pieces to remains of galleons sunk by pirates.
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- In Chankanaab National Park you can go diving or snorkeling, admiring the impressive reefs, colorful fish and underwater sculptures. It is also possible to enjoy a show of sea lions, the crocodile, the Casita Maya, pre-Hispanic replicas and much more.
- Cozumel is the third largest island in the country and its reef is part of the second largest barrier reef in the world, considered among the most important sites for diving and snorkeling. We recommend the Paradise, Yucab, San Francisco and Santa Rosa reefs.
- You can not miss the opportunity to visit the Museum of the Island of Cozumel where pre-Hispanic objects rescued from archaeological sites and galleons sunk by pirates are exhibited.
- Despite being a pre-Hispanic settlement, the Archaeological Zone of San Gervasio receives the name of the owner of the cattle ranch on which it was located. Being located in the largest aquifer of the island, it was the largest settlement of the same.
- The largest ecological reserve in Cozumel is undoubtedly the Punta Sur beach and ecotourism park, there you can observe crocodiles in their natural habitat, go kayaking or snorkeling, observe birds, climb to the historic Ceralain Lighthouse and visit the Museum Cultural and Navigation.
But that’s not all
- Live the nightlife of the Island, from restaurants, boutiques and clothing stores, to shopping malls and specialty diving shops that have made it famous.
- Visit the Cedral, one of the most emblematic and most historic sites in Cozumel. Here year after year the festivities of the Day of the Santa Cruz take place.
- Spend a pleasant time sitting on the fine sand of the lonely and relaxing beaches, contemplating the beauty of its blue sea.
- Visit the Laguna Colombia Ecological Park, ideal place to take excellent photographs.
- Board the Atlantis Submarine and marvel at the depths of the ocean and the treasures that hide there.