In this "Things to Do in Cozumel" page you will find what are the most popular places to go when visiting this amazing island.
The island of Cozumel is the largest of the islands in the Mexican Caribbean, and it has evolved into a premiere vacation destination for couples on a romantic getaway, or a family looking for fun in the sun. Of course no matter which of these applies to you, there are so many activities, sights, and sounds to experience, that will be difficult to decide what to do and see first!
Explore the Mesoamerican Reef in Chankanaab Park which runs 450 miles and reaches Central America.
Find the mangrove lagoons of Punta Sur in search of flamingos. Warning... beware of the crocodiles!
Find a secluded beach and enjoy the sun and sand.
Go surfing the waves on the East coast of the island which is open to Caribbean Sea.
Tour the Mayan ruins of San Gervasio and take a trip back in time.
Explore the island by renting a car.
If you enjoy hunting for bargains, you will love strolling through the public market at the San Miguel Waterfront where you can pick up unique souvenirs to take home to your loved ones.
If you are an art lover, you should make a stop at the Galo Art Studio to experience the local art scene.
No vacation is complete without sampling the local cuisine, and there is no shortage of dining choices! A favorite for locals and tourist alike is Poncho's Backyard where you can dine on the patio, or in the back garden of this beautifully restored colonial warehouse. Most of the eateries have American/Caribbean fare, but you may opt for Italian at Guido's whose specialty of the house is wood fired pizza with exotic toppings which reflect the diversity of the island.
Find a bar and live music abound in Cozumel, such as Fat Tuesday's, Senor Frogs, and the world renowned Hard Rock Café.
Cozumel is excellent for water sports. To find a place or hire equipment ask the concierge in your hotel or look for stands near the beach.
The island of Cozumel is famous for marine life, and if water sports are your passion, you will not be disappointed! Parasailing is a popular choice if you are a thrill seeker, or you may want to arrange for a private and personal dive. The fisherman will appreciate the deep sea sports fishing with all equipment provided. Here is the list of the sports you will find:
Cozumel Country Club offers visitors a 72 par, 18 hole golf course in the natural habitat of Cozumel with mangroves, wetlands and abundance of fauna. It was designed by the Nicklaus Design Group. It is located just 10 minutes from town, and welcomes players staying in the island or staying through the day as part of a cruise trip.
Cozumel will make your day thanks to its natural wonders, marine life and things to do.