Cozumel, located east of the coast of Quintana Roo, is Mexicos largest island. The destination boasts a warm and humid climate, an impressive coral reef with abundant diversity of marine life, an excellent golf course, first class hotels and spas, a thriving nightlife and is one of Mexico's most important international cruise docks.
Cozumel Destination Guide
Why Cozumel, Mexico
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It’s Mexico’s largest inhabited island, located 20 kilometers of the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula across from Playa del Carmen. Cozumel is a world-class diving Mecca and major port of call for international cruise ships.
10 Reasons to Visit Cozumel
The famous Palancar coral reef and the deep turquoise blue waters and vast marine life of the Caribbean make Cozumel one of the greatest dive sites in the world. The dive spots are renowned by thousands of expert and novice divers that tirelessly visit the island every year for its natural beauties.
Chankanaub is a beautiful water park and a great way to spend time in Cozumel. Other attractions include the city museum, rich in history and culture, or stroll through the astonishing forest by jeep, bike or on horseback and enjoy its assorted fauna. San Gervacio, a former Mayan city, the largest archaeological site on the island.
If you like to shop--you could spend several days working your way through the combination of upscale and funky shops in Cozumels downtown tourist district, here it has everything from high-toned waterfront jewelry stores to little holes in the wall crammed with hand-painted batik hangings, carved wood crafts and paper animals.