Cozumel Mexico offers spectacular landscapes and shorelines with beautiful blue Caribbean waters. Cozumel offers wide variety of ecotourism activities such as zip lines, rappelling, kite-surfing, windsurfing, and swimming with dolphins. If this isn’t enough to keep you busy you might also enjoy snorkeling, fishing, golfing, and canoes and kayaks.
Welcome to Cozumel Mexico!
Places like Chankanaab National Park, San Gervasio Archaeological Zone or Atlantis Submarine, which will take you through the depths of the sea, are some of the things that will make you return to Cozumel Mexico. Chankanaab National Park was a favorite spot for us, and we checked off a bucket list item that day, electing to swim with the dolphins.
No need to worry about getting photos, they have a photographer and videographer in the water capturing it all. Honestly, it was enough years ago that there were no Go Pros, so wearing one during the swim may be normal now. Admittedly, we bought all the photos and the video. It was a truly memorable day.
Cozumel Beaches: The Crowded vs. Reservation Only Serenity
Beaches like Mr. Sanchez tend to be very crowded, compared to Nachi Cocom, which requires a reservation and limits the number of daily guests. If you want to avoid five hundred cruise ship passengers, and prefer a smaller crowd (155 at the time of this writing) then reserve your day at Nachi Cocom and catch a cab. All the food and drinks are included. Tips are always appreciated.
Cash is King
There is plenty to do beside just go to the beach. San Gervasio’s ruins are on the island of Cozumel and are easily explored. We suggest taking an excursion or tour to visit San Gervasio. Back at the port, a horse and buggy ride is fun and romantic, and of course there is plenty of shopping. A word of advice. Pay in cash. We had our card skimmed in Cozumel, and learned our lesson. Use a good travelers hideaway money belt and pay for everything in cash. My favorite shop in this port is Cinco Soles.