Parque Marino de Cozumel, Adolfo Lopez Mateos 77600
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Blown up and then sunk for the 1977 Mexican disaster movie Survive 11, this 40 passenger Convair airplane has become one of ... More
Blown up and then sunk for the 1977 Mexican disaster movie Survive 11, this 40 passenger Convair airplane has become one of the more popular diving and snorkeling spots on Cozumel. Located a mere 300 feet off the La Ceiba pier, you can easily swim out to see the plane 30 feet below. Divers enjoy exploring the coral configurations and the hordes of tropical fish that find shelter under the wings of the plane. The nearby dive shop rents snorkeling equipment. It is part of the Parque Marino de Cozumel .
Located just between the more popular Playa Corona and Playa San Francisco , this beach is often overlooked, so it
tends to be quieter than the others. There are a number of private rental homes close by and some ...
The western beaches of Cozumel offer much safer swimming and Playa Mia is one of the best beaches around. Unfortunately,
this makes it the most popular beach on the island. The Playa Mia Grand Beach Park now charges USD ...
This tiny island just off Cozumel's northern coast is part of the state sponsored wildlife refuge located in the Abrigo
Bay. Almost no one visits this island and consequently the beaches are filled with birds and wildlife. Fishing is ...