Parque Marino de Cozumel, Adolfo Lopez Mateos 77600
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Balones of Chankanaab is an excellent dive for novices. This reef is located just south of the Chankanaab Reef in the Parque ... More
Balones of Chankanaab
Balones of Chankanaab is an excellent dive for novices. This reef is located just south of the Chankanaab Reef in the Parque Marino de Cozumel. This dive has a series of giant balloon shaped coral heads that go on for quite a distance. A large population of giant lobsters and crabs make their home in between the coral heads. This site does not get a lot of traffic and has excellent clarity. Depths reach between 60-70 feet. A premium site for photography.
San Gervasio was once a Mayan ceremonial center for worshipping the fertility goddess, Ixchel. It was continually occupied from 300
A.D. until the 16th century. Look for the "Temples of Hands," named for the small red handprints decorating its ...
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 ...
Located south of San Miguel, this park offers a combination of history, archeology and recreation. There is excellent snorkeling and
diving at the underwater park where you can spot sunken ships, anchors, statues and tons of tropical fish. You ...
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