This state agency is an ideal place to get get a plethora of information on the island and surrounding areas. Look for free ... More
Cozumel Tourist Office
This state agency is an ideal place to get get a plethora of information on the island and surrounding areas. Look for free maps, brochures, pamphlets on: Maya ruins, Cozumel´s parks and reefs, dive and tour operators, hotels, restaurants, duty-free limits, visa questions and departure requirements. Speaking some Spanish will help. Its location in the Plaza Central makes it very accessible.c
January 11, 2007 Gabby glass bottom boat left me at Paradise Reef in the water. They made no attempt to return my prescription sunglasses or $35 cash left on their boat Thursday afternoon or Friday morning. We had to leave our hotel at 9:30am Friday. So book with Gabby at your own risk.
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 ...
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 small operation boasts over 35 years of teaching safe diving and exploring the reefs of Cozumel. It prides itself
on giving individual attention; eight divers are the maximum permitted on any dive. Their downtown center alongside the Vista ...