Quintana Roo, Mexico

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3 hours (Approx.)
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Offered in: English and 2 more


Get beyond the beaches to explore Cozumel history on a 3-hour walking tour of the city that includes a guided tequila tasting and lunch at a local bar. Visit key downtown landmarks in San Miguel Cozumel, tour the exhibits at the Island Museum, and hear stories about life on a picturesque Caribbean island. This 3-hour tour is limited to 12 people for a personalized experience.
  • 3-hour Cozumel walking tour
  • Great overview of the waterfront and downtown
  • See local monuments and landmarks
  • Visit the Island Museum
  • Lunch at Joe's Reggae Bar
  • Tequila tasting included
  • Small group tour limited to 12 people
Make your way to a central location in downtown Cozumel at 10:30am, and meet your guide for a Cozumel walking tour with a local perspective. Start by taking in the key sites around the waterfront and downtown, from the Monument of Two Cultures to the Mestizaje Monument that celebrates Cozumel's mixed cultural heritage.
Throughout the tour, take advantage of your time with a local guide to ask any questions about the history of Cozumel, local culture, and the things you see along the way. You’ll learn about tequila history and taste some samples of Mexico’s most iconic spirit, then head to the Island Museum to see exhibits covering history, ecology, and culture.
Walk to the main plaza in downtown Cozumel, where you'll find the Mexican flag monument, the Cozumel Clock Tower, and the island’s first City Hall, and wrap up the tour at Joe’s Reggae Bar, relaxing over a Cozumel-style lunch and refreshments.


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, Mar 2018

The Cozumel History Walking tour with Eric was outstanding. He was thoroughly enlightened with respect to the history and appreciative of the culture. He gave us an extra-long tour that extended through lunch and his passion for Cozumel and it's its people was infectious. It's apparent Eric has great affection for Cozumel and it's people and we most enthusiastically recommend this tour. It was our best excursion experience in the Western Caribbean.

, Mar 2018

Eric was a good guide with a passion for Cozumel history. Really enjoyed seeing the various monuments and the meanings behind them. The Cozumel museum of history was quite interesting. They tequila tour that was inserted in the middle sort of came out of nowhere. We were the only 2 people on the tour and got a hard sell to buy tequila. Lunch at a local authentic Cozumel restaurant was great.

, Nov 2017

We got a lot of history of the Mayans and Cozumel before the tourism boom. We went on a tequila tasting tour the tequila was fantastic. It's the smoothest tequila you will ever have. We ended the tour with lunch at a local restaurant in a residential area, away from the touristy main strip. The tour is at a leisurely pace and went over the allotted 2 hours.

, Oct 2017

First excursion of three that we booked on Viator this particular tour is new to Jeepriders. Eric was our guide, he was on time and very courteous throughout the tour. While walking he pointed out monuments, fountains and buildings and would further explain the history associated with each of these monuments, fountains and buildings had to the island. Part of the tour was a Tequila tasting, a Museum which has artifacts and paintings of the island and to conclude the tour we had lunch at an authentic Mexican restaurant. Thank you to Eric and Jeepriders for a greater understanding of the history of Cozumel.

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