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Parque Chankanaab

This is a marine park with an aquarium featuring over 60 different species of turtles, coral and fish, and a place where tourists can dive, snorkel and swim with dolphins.

Isla de Pasion

Visit this tiny island full of remote beaches and unexplored diving spots.

Punta Sur Ecological Park

Observe Mexico's tropical ecosystems: you can snorkel, hike or sightsee from one of the many observation towers on the grounds.

Carlos 'n Charlies

This bar sponsors music and dancing in the downtown plaza once a week: a big hit among locals and tourists alike.

Palancar Reef

This beautiful reef sits in about 80 feet of water and is a popular diving spot.

Rancho Buenavista

A ranch offering daily tours by horseback into the tropical forest.

Chankanaab Park

Beachfront park and gardens offering swims with dolphins.

San Gervasio Ruins

These ancient Mayan ruins are noteworthy in their own right, as this is the site where Mayan women paid tribute to the goddess of love and fertility.

Puna Molas Faro

The lighthouse, at Cozumel's northernmost point, is an excellent spot for sunbathing and bird-watching. The jagged shoreline and open sea offer magnificent views, making it well worth the cost of a guided tour

El Caracol

This ancient ruin was used as a religious gathering place.

Playa Corona

Soak up some rays at this beautiful white sand beach, featuring an outdoor cafe, workout equipment and relatively calm water for swimming and snorkeling.

Cozumel Country Club

Cozumel's first 18-hole golf course was designed by Jack Nicklaus.


This sheltered lagoon with crystal clear waters and a variety of marine life is a great spot for novice divers.

Museo de la Isla de Cozumel

This small museum delineates the rich history of Cozumel: a must for first time visitors who want to become more familiar with the island's people and culture.

Playa Punta Chiqueros

Beachgoers come to this eastern beach to bask in the sun, beach comb along the rocky shore, or explore the small ruins of El Mirador and El Trono. Half-way up, the beach becomes protected by the reef with the same name, making swimming less dangerous in the Punta Chiqueros.

Paradise Reef

Brightly colored brain and star corals, sea fans and lots of sea life make this a popular diving site, especially for night diving.

El Cedral

Small temple that was the site of several important ceremonies.

Goyo's Jungle Adventures

Entertaining and informative tour of the jungle and a Mayan village.

Playa San Francisco

Popular beach full of sun, sand, tourists and lots of vendors.

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January 11, 2011