- Half-day self-drive buggy tour of Cozumel with snorkeling
- Drive a state-of-the-art, four-passenger buggy around the island of Cozumel
- Go snorkeling with an expert guide
- Learn about contemporary Mayan culture and see the Mayan ruins in El Cedral
- Enjoy an authentic Mayan snack prepared in the home of a local family
- Dine on a Mexican lunch, with swimming at Hotel Cozumel and Resort
- Four ice-cold refreshments plus full snorkel gear included
What You Can Expect
Next, continue your tour toward El Cedral, Cozumel’s first town, founded in the 1840s. Here, visit an ancient Mayan ruin, the church of El Cedral and the original house of Don Casimiro Cardenas – one of the town’s first inhabitants.
Afterward, head to the home of a local Mayan family for a delicious snack prepared with local ingredients in the traditional way. Learn about the lifestyle of the families who reside in the village, including their cultural traditions and festivities. Then, hop back on your buggy for a and drive back to the resort.
Upon return to Hotel Cozumel and Resort, head to a spectacular seaside location to enjoy a 45-minute guided snorkeling tour. As you explore the crystal-clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean, discover Cozumel’s colorful marine life and the wonders of this underwater paradise. Then, dine on a mouthwatering Mexican lunch including assorted traditional dishes like chicken and beef fajitas, tortillas, fish tacos and Mexican salsa. Choose from a variety of ice-cold soft drinks and seasonal fruit beverages to accompany your feast.
We had a great time. It rained and kind of ruined our snorkeling but that was not the tours fault.
The trip was great our guides were amazing and always made it a great time. The food at the end was very disappointing but other than that i wouldn't have asked for more...Make sure that your tour guides get everything; they made the trip all it was!
Tour was very well done. Our guides, Mr. Miyagi and Daniel were fantastic. Driving around the island and seeing all of the ocean views was awesome. The local handmade tortilla with sauce was definitely a highlight, especially getting to learn a little bit about the Mayan culture. Would recommend for anyone looking to tour the entire island.
Great excursion! Tour guides were knowledgable and funny. The cars were cool and fun to drive. Was a great way to see the island. The little tiki hut stops along the way had great drinks and beautiful views. The use of hotel facilities was a treat too!
The buggies were fun to drive, however, when I think of a beach dune buggy drive I think of driving on a sandy beach and there was none of that. The beach we stopped at was beautiful and full of sealife - you just had to look for it. The Mayan ruin was disappointing and yet appropriate for the area. The snack was tasty and seemed authentic. The weather turned stormy - a torrential downpour - so we did not snorkel. And yet, after we were soaked to the skin, the sun came out, things dried out, and we were able to swim in a beautiful swimming pool. All in all, it was very memorable.
Did not really see much of the island. Not much to the Mayan Heritage viewing and lunch was not very good. Was in Cozumel for 15 days and the lunch food did not compare to other places.