Cozumel Travel Tips
Teardrop-shaped Cozumel has seen some hard times - Spanish invasion, death by smallpox and a flailing economy - but these days it is a calm, charming island with a prime diving reputation. Known as Ah-Cuzamil-Peten (Island of Swallows) by its earliest inhabitants, it is Mexico's largest and most populated island.
In its new incarnation as one of the world's most sought-after diving destinations, Cozumel has gone through something of a growth spurt. The islanders now number over 75,000.
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Cozumel’s white-sand beaches are the hatching ground of marine turtles, the launching pad for peerless scuba diving, and a sunset promenade for romantic strolls from luxurious resorts on the ...
Cozumel’s underwater paradise was discovered in 1961 by none other than Jacques Cousteau, a legend of the diving world. Now a marine park, the waters surrounding the island are threaded with coral ...
Cozumel is a fantastic place to scuba dive. I was advanced certified here and I highly recommend taking a resort course, getting PADI certified or kicking up your scuba certification to the next ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2013
Cancun is the hub and Cozumel is the glittering pearl lying next to it in the sea. Just opposite Playa del Carmen in the Yucatan Channel, this little island is famous for its teal blue waters, its ...
This tour can be enjoyed by all photographers who want to improve their photographic skills: whether you are a novice or an advanced photographer, are passionate about photography or simply want to ...
We did the Cozumel Photo Tour with Tati Biermas. It was a pleasure to meet Tati in Cozumel, she showed us many things about our Camera and how we should use it. Tati Biermas has a very nice ...
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Doing what: Akumal Bay Sea Turtle and Snorkel Adventure from Cozumel