Cozumel : Sight Seeing

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Shight SeeingRemember to plan your days in advance, this way you will be able to take advantage of all the things that are available for you to do while in Cozumel. Here are some of the most popular options for visitors in Cozumel and on the mainland.

Cozumel Museum Beautiful museum on the water front, displays the opulent history of Cozumel, along with exhibits of the island's ecosystems. Temporary exhibits are also shown, and there is a restaurant with a beautiful view on the second floor terrace.

Punta Sur Lighthouse Punta Sur has just become a national protected park. When you visit the park you have the option of taking a tour through the lagoon where you will be able to see the local wild life such as birds, turtles, crocodiles and many others. There is also a small museum of the history of Cozumel and the park, a beautiful beach and other interesting things to see

San Gervacio Sanctuary of the goddess Ixchel, these beautiful Mayan ruins are located in the middle of the island. If you rent a car you can drive to San Gervacio ruins. We recommend you pay to a guide to take you around the ruins and he will explain all there is to know about the ruins, their history, their relation to the goddess Ixchel, etc.

Chankanaab marine park Marine park, botanical garden, dolphins, beach club. Here you will spend a wonderful day enjoying the beach, learning about the Mayan Culture, and SWIM WITH DOLPHINS and the SEA TREK AND SNUBA center

El Cedral This is a small village located on the south end of the island. There is a 150 year-old celebration held there every year, where during the first week of May a fair celebrates a promise made by a survivor during the Yucatan War of the Casts, who promised that his descendants would honor the Cruz (Cross) for all their lives.

Getting Around | Lodging | Tours & Excursions | Diving | Bars & Restaurants | Shopping | Sightseeing | Inside Cozumel