The glittering charm of Mexico’s largest Caribbean island is every tourist’s dream. Next to being a paradise, it is also a cultural melting pot where tourists from all over the world come to experience a unique culture while exploring the area’s lush natural surroundings.
While many will come here for a laid-back vacation, there are plenty of activities to keep everyone busy. The island is a haven for scuba divers, snorkelers, and underwater explorers. You can go diving, snorkeling, and swimming, and there are many places to go to see abundant marine life. The island also offers a variety of water sports such as kayaking, paddle boarding, and fishing.
Who says scavenger hunts are only for teenagers and kids? The Amazing Cozumel Race is unlike any other. Teams of up to eight race to complete their missions. With a little help, they will have a chance to snorkel while discovering Cozumel’s beautiful sites and amazing culture. The race that you can only win if you play it is a 5.5-hour self-guided tour that demands energy, wits, and a love for adventure! Snacks and refreshments are available post-race at a ceremony with all the people you’ll befriend during the event. You’ll meet new people, learn a thing or two about the city, and even get your first taste of Cozumel. Whether you’re traveling solo or with the whole family, this is an unforgettable experience!
Are you an adrenaline junky? If so, you’ll love Cozumel, which has some of the most beautiful beaches in the country! Deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving are a must-try during your visit to Cozumel. Beginners will enjoy snorkeling and swimming in the shallow waters in Playa Chen Rio. This is perfect for swimmers and snorkelers of all levels.
Lovers of nature and animals must visit the glorious Punta Sur Ecological Park. For many years, the park has been an area of great interest for many tourists and locals alike. The park has a wide variety of exotic and native flora and fauna. We know it as a prime breeding ground for many species of birds. All visitors see many of the species which inhabit the park, including flamingos, sea turtles, crocodiles, lizards, birds, and more on an area of 2,500 acres.