Cozumel is a breath-taking land with an intermix of beaches, wetlands, and water stretched as far as the human eye can see. Are you thinking water-related fun activities are only for the young? No, fellas! Cozumel is a land for everyone. It offers some exciting opportunities for all, from toddlers to children and even the senior/ retired population. This is the reason so many ex-pats come here to live on a permanent bias.
Without a doubt, the turquoise blue clear waters of Cozumel are not something you want to miss. Even though most senior citizens might not be comfortable swimming in the Caribbean, they can indulge in a Cozumel catamaran “sail and snorkel” excursion. For all the senior citizens with hydrophobia, the Cozumel catamaran tour is an experience worth remembering for a lifetime. Imagine this! You get to experience the surreal oceans of Cozumel without swimming in the ocean. And guess what? Some boats in Cozumel have glass floors that will allow you to see the seafloor. We cannot think of a better opportunity than this!
Cozumel is not just about water sports and fun but also has a very rich heritage and culture. Have a quest to discover the Mayan civilization? Seniors can have the time of their lives exploring the Mayan Ruins in Cozumel. Although this location is not wheelchair accessible, it has easy overall access. Immerse yourself in the old Mayan world and witness the Mayan temples first-hand. We kid you not, this is an experience worth your time and energy. With tour guides to explain the significance of every corner of the Cozumel ruins, you will truly enjoy the experience.
So, are you ready for a wholesome experience of Cozumel?