Located in Cozumel and surrounded by unique, natural landscapes
Only 45 minutes away by ferry
Travel lovers are dazzled by Cozumel fine sandy beaches, crystal clear water of the same, and hectares of virgin nature, on this island of the Caribbean, near the Yucatan Peninsula. Although this is just a sample, the most surprising attractions are under the waves of the sea. This small island has up to 39 diving areas in a first class place, so the best holiday in Cozumel includes this type of activity.
The experience, in this case, is not a problem as there are activities for all levels: from those focused on professional divers, to those who are first steps in the Snorkelling. Most of the best diving areas can be easily accessed from the hotels in Cozumel, and there are many visitors opting for diving with a guide. There are dozens of areas to choose from, and one of the best is the Palancar Reef; both beginners and expert divers can see impressive coral formations, as well as a kaleidoscope of marine life with starfish, eels, turtles and, with luck, a nurse shark. This reef consists of four sectors including the famous Palancar Caves, a place where experienced divers can swim through coral tunnels surrounded by shoals of bright and colorful fish.
Snorkelling enthusiasts can float in shallow areas above the Palancar Gardens, while beaches such as Sunset, Dzu Hal and Playa Corona also offer excellent and accessible diving. Each site offers a unique view of the wonders of marine life.
But not scuba diving; sea lovers will also be delighted by Cozumel, with its beaches with palm trees and bright blue water, which invite you to swim and relax near the hotels in Cozumel. For more water fun, a short trip by taxi can transport you to Paradise Beach Private Club, one of the most valued attractions in Cozumel. The entrance fee gives you access to a swimming pool with all the comforts and enormous fun inflatables. Children, especially, will be delighted by jumping and sliding these structures. Of course, you can enjoy yourself while savoring Mexican food as well as tasty drinks.
Although water activities capture most of the attention in Cozumel, its inland monuments are also impressive. The island is home to up to 24 Mayan ruins, where history lovers can transport themselves to other eras. One of the best examples is the Ixchel Sanctuary (Mayan mythology goddess). This temple pays homage to the fertility goddess that attracted thousands of worshipers during the Mayan era, with travelers joining up now to century of Cozumel tradition.