The teardrop-shaped island of Cozumel is Mexico’s largest island, and synonymous with perfect coral reef diving. The waters within 5km (3 miles) of Cozumel are dotted with around 100 dive sites, some of them also suited to snorkeling.
If you’d prefer not to get wet, you can view the subterranean inhabitants on a glass-bottom boat or underwater submarine, or cruise some of the world’s most romantic waters at sunset.
Cozumel also boasts remote beaches, Mayan ruins, island scenery and swims with dolphins. Inland, the island’s lagoons and rainforest are preserved by national parks, including turtle-nesting sites at Colombia Lagoon.
Being a resort island, there’s a great choice of restaurants and bars on Cozumel.
Cozumel is 70 km (43 miles) south of Cancun.
To get to Cozumel, catch one of the hourly ferries sailing from Playa del Carmen on the opposite coast. The ride over to Cozumel takes around 40 minutes.
Tours & Tickets
Experience the tranquility of Cozumel while sailing on an Old Spanish Galleon, indulging in a delicious lobster, steak or chicken dinner and plenty of ... Read more
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
Create memories of a lifetime with a Dolphin Encounter at Dolphin Discovery on Cozumel -- a dolphin program designed especially for kids and families. While ... Read more
Duration: 45 minutes (approx.)
The abundant marine life and brilliant coral reefs around Cozumel Island make it one of the world's best dive locations. Take the opportunity during your ... Read more
Duration: 3 days (approx.)