Secluded on Cozumel's southwest coast, InterContinental Presidente Cozumel Resort & Spa offers immediate access to prime scuba-diving and snorkeling spots, including ...
This hotel is set on the Caribbean Sea, 5 miles from Cozumel International Airport and less than 1 km from Punta Langosta, Cozumel's fanciest shopping and dining ...
Isolated by a tropical forest, this family-friendly resort on Cozumel's southwest coast sits on 130 meters (150 yards) of palapa-shaded, white-sand beach just ...
Coral Princess Golf & Dive Resort is the ultimate getaway, located on the North side of the island with private access to the beach and San Juan Reef. A private ...
Set back from Cozumel’s town of San Miguel in a picturesque seaside spot surrounded by lush tropical forest, this resort features a private beach. Prime diving ...
Located in Cozumel, this beachfront resort is connected to a shopping center and within 1 mi (2 km) of Stingray Beach and Discover Mexico Cozumel Park. Dolphinaris ...
Nestled on the beach, this Cozumel resort is 0.6 mi (1 km) from San Francisco Beach and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Paradise Beach. Palancar Beach and Playa Mia Grand ...
Just a short drift south of Cancun marks the home of Mexico's largest island. Known as one of the finest diving spots in the world (as testified by Jacques Cousteau), Cozumel's expansive coastline is definitely where it's at. From secluded Passion Island to the Mayan ruins of San Gervasio, there is no shortage of pristine wilderness to explore that will cost you next to nix.
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The most popular time for Cozumel vacations is between December and March, when Cozumel does not see much rain, and day temperatures typically sit around 85°F. Cozumel’s summer runs from May through August, with average day temperatures at around 95°F. Avid divers especially recommend this time of year for Cozumel travel, since underwater visibility happens to be the year’s best. Cozumel is located in the Caribbean, so it does see hurricanes during the fall. The fall is considered Cozumel’s off-season, and offers the cheapest rates for flights and accommodation.
For top-notch Cuban cigars, head over to No Name Cigar Bar, one of Cozumel’s most popular cigar shops.
Chucho Divers gives tourists a significantly more intimate diving experience in the Mexican Caribbean, with small group tours and exceptional guidance.
The Cozumel Casa del Mar is popular among divers and is conveniently located near all the diving hotspots.
Sergio’s Silver and More is popular for its unique selection of souvenirs. Rates for silver in Mexico are lower than those in the US.
Amp up the energy at Señor Frog’s funky food and dance joint, the place to go if you’re looking for a wild and unforgettable island party.
From exhilarating water sports to seaside sunbathing, Palancar Beach and its reef are the best on the island. Loved by locals and tourists alike, discover plenty of activities to indulge in both above and below water on your Cozumel vacation. Be sure to check out the underwater caves and canyons for a truly unique dive experience.
If you want an island escape minus the tourist hustle, look no further than Punta Molas. Delve into the wilderness to stumble upon the old deserted lighthouse, and some fascinating ruins on your Cozumel travels. Completely free to explore, Punta Molas is also a highly-recommended spot to camp on the beach.
Located at the southernmost tip of the island, this 247-acre reserve brims with natural beauty. Now a protected habitat for local wildlife – from crocodiles to flamingos – you will certainly discover a surprise or two here on your Cozumel travels. Although it costs a small concession to visit the Cerarian Lighthouse, enjoying the natural splendor is totally free.
While you might think the agave plant is a fairly boring species of flora, once you discover that it can be turned into tequila, you may not be so ambivalent. Take a tour around the factory to learn about all of the steps involved in making tequila, then enjoy the most important part of all: drinking it.
Get a taste of history without the crowds at these intriguing Mayan ruins. About the size of the average modern-day home, these ruins date back to around 800 B.C. and are completely free to explore.
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