Cozumel is rated among the world's best dive destinations.
Cozumel, located just a 12 mile ferry ride from Mexico's Yucatan coast, has some of the Caribbean’s clearest water and most exciting diving.
underwater is never less than 100 feet and sometimes
reaches as much as 250 feet.
Cozumel is particularly knows
for its incredible sponge formations.
The varieties of fish are plentiful, too, more than
230 different species, though they are not always that evident.
San Miguel, the island's capital, is a major shopping hub now that Cozumel is a normal stop for cruise ships making the western Caribbean circuit. Duty free stores feature imported jewelry, handmade Mexican linens, perfumes and lots of t-shirts.
The restaurant choice is surprisingly varied and sophisticated, from catch-of-the-day seafood specials to Louisiana Creole classics, Mediterranean fare and authentic Mexican cuisine. See all the choices at the official Cozumel website.
But first, is it Maya or Mayan?
Chancanaab National Park
Cozumel Diving Overview
Cozumel Dive Sites
Cozumel Dive Operators
Punta Sur Eco Park
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