North of Costera Sur Highway Km 9, Adolfo Lopez Mateos 77600
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Cenote, or sinkhole, diving has become popular with divers seeking hard core adventure. Cozumel's biggest cenote is ... More
Cenote Aerolito de Paraiso
Cenote, or sinkhole, diving has become popular with divers seeking hard core adventure. Cozumel's biggest cenote is inland just north of Parque Chankanaab . The cave starts out as a narrow, deep canyon with an average depth of 50 feet and then becomes wide, dark and low with a depth of more than 3000 feet. This is not a dive to undertake alone or if you are a beginner. You must be accompanied by a certified dive master who has plenty of experience since accidents during cenote cave diving can be very dangerous.
The reef surrounding the southern half of the island has been declared a national marine park covering 85% of Cozumel's
dive sites. Second largest in the world, this reef starts in Mexico and extends down to the Gulf of ...
Housed in what was once Cozumel's first luxury hotel, this museum has exhibits on the history and natural environment of
the island. Displays on the ground floor explain Cozumel's ecosystems including the mangroves and coral reefs as well as ...
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 ...