Isla Cozumel Things to Do

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  • 1. Chankanaab

    We arrived in Cozumel on a Monday and wanted to test out or dive gear before going diving on Tuesday. My parents had been to Chankanaab many years ago and don't recall paying anything to access the...

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  • 2. San Gervasio

    In the past three years I have become a Coz junky. Great Diving and Great People. I can highly recommend a trip to San Gervasio, but wear long sleeves, long pants, closed shoes, and most importantly...

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  • 3. Beaches

    Paradise Beach is extremely clean and the staff is amazing! There are lots of water activities as well as land. They have many blow up slides, climbing things, and trampolines. They also have...

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  • 4. SCUBA

    If you are in a cruiseship, they offer this as part of their excursion. You have to sign up when you buy your tickets but you can also sign up and buy the tickets at the cruiseship. Chunchacab Reef...

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  • 5. Snorkel or Helmet Dive

    This was our 5th time visiting the Money Bar, all we were looking for was a place to sit and read, some snorkeling and a bite to eat. You can use the lounge chairs and snorkel for free at the Dzul-Ha...

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  • 6. Mainland Daytrips

    They have been there longer than us, so the survival of all the tourism keeps them alive today. I last went to one in 1988, for Chitzen Itza. It was great, and a few pics area shown from then. The...

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  • 7. Faro Celarain Eco Park

    There is a watchtower made of bamboo stilts with palm tree leaves as its roof at the beach. I wanted to go and climbed it but the guy at the hut did not allow me. It looked really nice to just sit...

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  • 8. Shop

    Cozumel is loaded with plenty of shopping options for every budget and taste. Jewelry, pottery, watches, liquor, clothing, souvenirs and home goods stores are littered all over the downtown shopping...

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  • 9. Mayan Ruins

    You can differentiate the El Caracol from the new ones. The El Caracol, Mayan Vestiges were built in 600 BC and the new ones were recently built. You can detect from the stones they have used to build...

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  • 10. Boat Trips

    This was our first time snorkeling - We went out on a Catermaran which has an opening in the back that allows easy on and off. It's awkward walking with the flippers on but the folks that took us out...

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  • 11. San Miguel

    If you come in by ferry from Playa del Carmen or come in by cruise ship, you will dock in San Miguel, Cozumel's only town. On Sunday, San Miguel is a little sleepy, on days when the cruise ships dock...

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  • 12. Tequila

    The samples tasted good, but were too expensive to buy. The tour was good as far as free tours go. There was a small gift shop with some cool gifts. This luckily isn't far from where the cruise ships...

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  • 13. Cozumel Museum

    The museum was recommended as a good place to have breakfast or lunch. Unfortunately the restaurant was closed when we got there for lunch, and we didn't find out why. The museum itself was quite...

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  • 14. Punta Sur

    These are huge signage of Punta Sur. Punta Sur is a name of a place in Cozumel, Mexico and it is Spanish name for South Point. This is located at the tip of Cozumel where the Faro Ceralain lighthouse...

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  • 15. Zipline

    About a 5-minute taxi ride from the Carnival cruise ship dock, this was one of the best excursions ever! Fly High has six towers with various lengths and pitch of cable, so some of the zips were short...

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  • 16. East Coast

    The Windward Coast on the east side of the island is beautiful but the waves make it so that it's dangerous to swim and the snorkeling there is non existent. There's not a lot of development along...

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  • 17. Food and Drink

    My family of 3 stayed 4 nights in San Miguel, Cozumel starting 3/14/2006. This article concerns Cozumel food in general. Rule Number One: Nearly everything in Mexico is prepared differently than in...

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  • 18. Chankanaab Dolphin Swim

    There are tours arranged by the cruise ships, but also some by the locals to allow you to swim with dolphins. One hotel charges around $100, and the cruise ships charge about $115-165, depending on...

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  • 19. Carlos n' Charlies

    Visited Carlos and Charlie's Beach Club while on Carnival Holiday day stop in Cozumel. $13 taxi cab each way for four adults. No admission charge to beach club. Purchased the famous Yard drinks at...

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  • 20. Atlantis Submarine

    This was the excursion that my grandmother picked for this port. I think she wanted me to see what the reef looked like without the hassle of trying to learn to snorkel. My first time snorkeling was...

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  • 21. Iguanas

    The iguanas in San Gervasio were huge, certainly not the pet ones you find the U.S. Here they like to sun themselves on the rocks and stuff. They also surprise you by coming out of the shrubs and...

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  • 22. Walk

    The main street has a row of palms and many "unique" caricatures along the street. They are funny, and look out of place here, and maybe better served in Disneyland; or is this that? The secondary...

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  • 23. Scooter

    If you stay in Cozumel you should take a day on a little scooter and cruise around to the other side of the island. Its much more remote and relaxing and there are some great places to stop and eat...

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  • 24. Sunday Night

    On Sundays, after a few tequila it is good to dance at the Plaza, with the Banda Cuzumil. It is all for free. If you know how to dance some South American dances, good for you. Otherwise, they do not...

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  • 25. Plants

    There are several varieties of coconuts here. The coconuts are sold at local stores at the beach (not a lot though). There is one coconut tree close to the "Hut Tower" and close to the designated...

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