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  • 1

    Paradise Beach

    13 reviews

    This is the most laid back of all the beach clubs. It is also the furthest from town. Because of it's location when the north wind is blowing in town there is little wind here. I have been able to dive from this spot (short boat ride) when the port is closed. Food is good and lots of places to ...

    Popular withFamiliesBackpackersLuxury
  • 2

    Palancar Reef

    7 reviews

    Off the coast of Cozumel, Palancar reef is a series of five spectacular dive sites, sitting side-by-side over three miles. There is a variety of depths (5-40 meters), which makes it good for all levels of divers. The sites--Shallows, Garden, Horseshoe, Caves, and Bricks--are known for their series of coral buttresses. Some drop off dramatically into winding ravines and deep ...

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  • 3

    Santa Rosa Wall

    6 reviews

    Santa Rosa is a spectacular drift dive ranging in depth from 5 to 30 meters. Honestly, it's one of the best dives I've been on in Cozumel. It's a classic wall, with tons of overhangs, crevices, and tunnels that cut through entire sections of the reef. I remember spotting lobster, which was a treat since it wasn't a night dive. ...

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  • 4

    Dolphin Discovery

    5 reviews

    Was awesome. Got to hang onto a dolphin and swim in the lagoon with him.

  • 5

    Parque Punta Sur

    5 reviews

    Make sure to climb the lighthouse, park entrance is $12 per person, under 7 is free. Usually very quiet in the early afternoon after the cruise ship tours have left.

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  • 6

    Mega Grocery Store

    4 reviews

    Mega is the newest and nicest big box retailer on the island. I recommend buying your groceries at Mega and its just a 30 peso cab ride from the house. Try the delicious mini almond croissants at the bakery!

  • 7

    San Gervasio

    5 reviews

    Felt like I was apart of history....can't believe the people were so short...

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  • 8

    Parque Chankanaab

    4 reviews

    Swim with the Dolphins!

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  • 9

    Wild Tours

    3 reviews

    Good Off-Road fun to some of the most exotic places here in Cozumel. Jade Cavern is amazing!

  • 10

    Mayakoba Tequila Tour

    4 reviews

    did the tour yesterday. very short..no need for reservations. there are 2 locations on the island, i went to the one on the south end.....very informative and no headache after learning how the real stuff is made (and tastes)....near the El Cedral ruins-same road. Bring pesos to buy the real deal tequila. the infused tequilas are very good too.....i am ...

  • 11

    Plaza Central

    2 reviews

    The main plaza downtown is a 15 minute walk from the villa. Enjoy the Caribbean Sea as you make your way along the waterfront street and soak up some culture as you pass shops and vendors selling their wares. Once at the Plaza you will find many shops, restaurants, bars and music is most often playing somewhere. Definitely worth checking ...

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  • 12

    Beach Walk Under the Stars

    2 reviews

    A walk in town in the evening is always awesome. It helps that Cozumel has beautiful weather and is quite safe to work around. I've been visiting for the past 8 years and keep going back.

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  • 13

    Punta Morena

    2 reviews

    A must stop for those travelers who venture to the East side of the Island. Raw, untouched white sandy beaches await you! This amazing place has recently had some upgrades to it and now offers several salt water pools, a large palapa covered restaurant and a beach bar, hammocks, massage services, volleyball nets and much more.

    Popular withFamilies
  • 14

    Scuba Tony

    2 reviews

    Scuba Tony is a three-man operation (two instructors and a boat captain) based in Cozumel. Honestly, I've dived alot in these waters, with different shops, and Scuba Tony is one of my favorites on the island; they offer personalized service, small group sizes, instructor-only led dives, and there's a premium placed on safety. The times I've gone out with the ...

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  • 15

    Plaza del Sol "La Esmeralda"

    2 reviews

    A great place for shopping, dining, mingling and finding tours.

    Popular withBudget
  • 16

    Famous Fury Snorkel & Beach Party

    2 reviews

    nice beach, warm water and very clean too.

  • 17

    Carnival Imagination

    2 reviews

    Won this cruise with my work. It was fun. Take cash for tips/ excusions. MUST SNORKEL!!!

  • 18

    Chedraui Shopping Mall

    4 reviews

    2nd largets grocery store on the island, down the street from Mega, if Mega doesn't have it, Chedraui will and vice versa, prices are almost the same.

  • 19

    Playa azul cozumel mexico

    2 reviews

    Little beach with a small bar and snorkeling rentals. We went here to get away from the busy tourist part of town where all the cruise ships dock.

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  • 20

    Atlantis Submarines

    2 reviews

    Great fun, especially for families and definitely worth every penny! This is a true submarine that dives to 100 feet and cruises along the amazing reef. A fantastic way to enjoy the wonders of the ocean for the young or those who are fearful of snorkeling or scuba. It's a fun and comfortable ride. Ladies - you will have to ...

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