This 30-mile long island off the Yucatan is rich in Mayan and Mexican culture. While most of Cozumel residents live in San Miguel, the rest of the island largely untouched and covered in tropical vegetation.
The coral reefs around the island beg to be explored. Land lubbers will enjoy the port’s convenient shopping, and while shop keepers may seem pushy to American tourists, it is normal in Cozumel. A simple no than you is sufficient.
Also consider visiting the Museo De Cozumel to see more of the island’s history or the Playa San Francisco Beach for a bit of relaxation.
Top Port Adventures
- Eco Park and Snorkel: See the famed coral reefs of Cozumel for yourself. All ages, must be 5 to snorkel.
- Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins – New World Wonder: Walk through the ruins of a Mayan empire, to glimpse into the Mayan life before European settlers arrived. Ages 8 and up.
- Caves, Caverns and Paradise Lagoon: Swim and snorkel with the tropical in mystical cave pools and outdoor lagoons. Ages 8 and up.
When researching Port Adventures, pay special attention to age restrictions and mobility requirements.