The Best Tourist Attractions & Things To Do In Cozumel

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Punta Sur Ecological Park
Punta Sur Ecological Park

Thirty kilometres south of San Miguel, you will find the beautiful Punta Sur Ecological Park. Stroll along the white sands of the beach and snorkel in the waters to explore the world below. Then wander a little and enjoy the lighthouse, the birdlife, and the restaurants - this is a great day out! There is excellent diving at this park, but it is best to use a dive operator because of the depth of the diving areas and the cavern system.

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Palancar Reef
Palancar Reef

When visiting Cozumel, a trip to Palancar Reef takes you to a beautiful underwater paradise. Whether you snorkel or dive, you will be amazed by the variety of colourful marine life that make the coral reefs of Palancar their home - marvel at the colours of the fish, and the gracefulness of the turtles and rays as they glide by. For divers, there are choices to match your experience, so take a tour and make memories for a lifetime!

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El Cedral
El Cedral

The small village of El Cedral sits on the edge of Cozumel and showcases the oldest Mayan ruins on the island - take yourself back to the 1500’s when this quaint village was the heart of Mayan commerce! Visit the ruins and explore the small church, and you will see not just the remnants of the splendour of that bygone era, but also reflect on how this transition to a small village shows that history never stands still!

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Playa Mia Grand Beach Park
Playa Mia Grand Beach Park

You deserve a day at Playa Mia Grand Beach Park! Take time to recharge your batteries and have a whole lot of fun at the same time. Spend the day lying in your hammock, take the occasional dip in the pristine waters, or explore the oceans and snorkel for a while! For the curious, take a tour of the Tequila Factory and try some of its product, explore a little on a Segway, or enjoy a buffet meal while the kids are entertained in Buccaneer Bay! There is so much to do here!

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San Gervasio Ruins
San Gervasio Ruins

Cozumel was an outpost of the Mayan empire, and the San Gervasio Ruins reflect the lifestyle of the people and the role of this Island in that bygone era. The ruins are not examples of grand pyramids but are an excellent representation of the structures that supported the local ceremonies. Enjoy the serenity of these low stone structures and take time to soak up the history!

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Columbia Reef
Columbia Reef

Take a tour to Columbia Reef to snorkel or dive in one of the most picturesque locations in the world. As you snorkel in the shallows or dive at Columbia Deep, you will swim with a kaleidoscope of coral fish, turtles and rays. As amazing as the fish life that inhabit it, look carefully at the structure of the reef itself – it’s as if a coral city has been specifically constructed for the marine life, with tunnels and spires and arches woven into the reef. This unique experience is not to be missed!

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Yucatan Peninsula
Yucatan Peninsula

The Yucatan Peninsula is famous for fun and relaxation at Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Tulum, but make sure you also try to include a visit to the capital, Merida, where the architecture and colour fill your days and nights with splendour. As you explore the region, take in the Mayan history with a stroll through the many ruins on offer, enjoy the pristine beaches of the coast, and dive or snorkel in the pristine turquoise waters. Then, as the sun goes down, let your hair down and take in the spectacular nightlife that the region is famous for!

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Puerto Morelos
Puerto Morelos

You can choose action-packed days, leisurely exploring, or just relax and soak up the beauty of the one and only Puerto Morelos. Snorkel the marine reserve, and be amazed at its kaleidoscope of colour as the fish glide through the corals, or explore the ancient Mayan history, and the natural beauty of the region, such as the underground river and crystal caves. As you stroll through the town keep an eye out for Faro Inclinado; the leaning lighthouse so popular with photographers.

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