Cozumel Holidays

If you're going to Cozumel, there's a good chance you are a) on your honeymoon, b) stopping by on a cruise ship or c) a diving aficionado. Tropical islands the world over are jealous of Cozumel's natural beauty. Luxury resorts dot the exquisite coastline while hundreds of endemic species congregate in the island's interior swamps and jungles. The ... Read more
Chankanaab National Park and Punta Sur Ecological Reserve protect wildlife unique to the island. Offshore, Cozumel’s coral reefs beckon to tourists willing to snorkel, SCUBA dive, or simply observe via glass bottom boat. Onshore, Cozumel's Mayan culture permeates both the island's past and present. Small archaeological ruins are scattered throughout the island, and modern-day festivals carry on the Mayan tradition. Recently, tours of the local reefs via mini-submarine became available, allowing for unprecedented views of underwater wildlife. Cozumel’s vibrant reefs provide homes to vast numbers of exotic fish, making the region ideal for deep-sea fishing. While not much of a party town, Cozumel's top-notch restaurants and resort hotels make for a romantic and relaxing vacation.

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Things to see and do in Cozumel

  • Paradise Beach
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    Outdoors, Beaches and Watersports, Scuba Diving, Water Park
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  • Palancar Reef
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    Outdoors, Beaches and Watersports
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  • Santa Rosa Wall
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    Outdoors, Scuba Diving
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  • San Gervasio
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    Sights and Museums, Historic Site
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Weather

Like most tropical regions, the Yucatan Peninsula has a wet and dry season. The region’s wet season (May to November) is hot, humid and rainy with the occasional hurricane blowing in. Despite poor weather, July ... Read more
and August are popular times for foreign and Mexican tourists to visit. However, if you’re dreaming of a sunny beach vacation, head here in the dry season (late November to February) when the weather milder and less rainy. Unfortunately, you won’t be alone on that white sand beach (especially if you’re planning a Christmas vacation: tourism peaks from mid-December to early January, which drives up prices), but at least you’ll get to bask in the sun without it raining on your parade.

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Top Cozumel restaurants

  • Guido's
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    Italian
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  • Kondesa
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    Seafood, Bar
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  • La Choza Cozumel
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    ££££
    Seafood, Mexican, Breakfast & Brunch
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  • Rolandi's
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    Italian
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Cozumel reviews

  • 9.8
    Outdoor Enthusiasts
  • 8.7
    Adventure Travellers
  • 7.1
    Family Travellers
  • 6.5
    Luxury Travellers
  • 6.2
    Foodies

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New York City

Very touristy. Filled with shops and beaches and restaurants around the cruise ports. Resorts are nice as well but don't stray too far away from them. A lot of people come here for spring breaks. Families come here as well but mainly stick to a tour group rather than roaming about because it's filled with partiers in almost every bar. A great place for young people to come out and relax and let loose a bit.

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Clearwater

AMAZING place for scuba diving and snorkeling. Also wonderful authentic foods!

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Spokane

We stayed at El Cid resort in Cozumel. This was our third and last time at that resort. Staff great. Food and service great. Rooms great. New construction of 4 very long docks allows up to 8 cruise ships to ruin the ocean view. In addition cruise ship crowds take up all the good lounging spots.

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Los Angeles

A beautiful island that should be explored more than just the downtown area. There are many hidden gems here that shouldn't be missed but are only accessible by car/moped.

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Cozumel, a mostly undeveloped Mexican island in the Caribbean Sea, is a popular cruise ship port of call famed for its scuba diving. At Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park, there's diving spots around a section of the Mesoamerican Reef and the Museo Subacuático de Arte’s submerged sculptures. Chankanaab is an eco park surrounding a lagoon with underwater caverns, home to dolphins, manatees and sea turtles.

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Yukon

Off the boat from my cruise with Carnival. This was the sunset right before we left Cozumel. So beautiful!

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Schenectady

Cozumel Mexico is on an island with many different activities to choose from. Disability access was quite surprisingly available in where a lot of the shops at put in mini ramps in to help service clients who have Mobility impairments. Daily activities we'll have a great variety of all different things to do on this island.

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Brooklyn

Loved this little island, people are friendly, food so delicious, beach is so relaxing!!

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Little Rock

Amazing place to eat. Food was fantastic and the service was extraordinary. If you are in Cozumel eating here is a must. You will not be disappointed. They have three locations, uptown close to the port, mid town down the street from the Hard Rock, and one toward the south end of the island on the beach.

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West Kelowna

A beautiful port city - only crowded and busy when the cruise ships roll in.
Don't underestimate the amount of salsa dancing, rough surf waters and mega shells you can discover just by chance. You must bike (ass kicking workout) or scooter across the island. A few places to check out:
the new arts center called Majenta opened a few weeks ago, my favourite little place called La Rumba (kicked off their first Karaoke night), Tiki Tok for salsa lessons and of course Viva La Mexico - the live band can sing most of the top 40 in English.
Muchos Gracias Cozumel!

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