Information About Cozumel
Known to the Maya as “Ah-Cuzamil” meaning “land of the swallows”, Cozumel was an important place of pilgrimage for worshippers of the sun gods. It’s one of Mexico’s largest islands on the northeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. popular for its green vegetation, deep diving, and beaches with fine coral sand and crystal clear sea, the island has become one of the country’s top vacation spots. Cozumel is one of the best diving destinations in the world!
There are two ways to get to Cozumel Island; you can board the local ferries from Playa del Carmen or you can take flights from the Playa del Carmen airport. The ferry is the most popular and affordable way to get to Cozumel. The plane ride is quite expensive and will require some planning but the views are spectacular up in the air.
There are a lot of things to do in Cozumel, here are a few ideas you can try: Visiting El Mirador, Punta Sur Ecological Park, Cozumel Pearl Farm, and Playa Mia Grand Beach Park. You also have to try Seatrek and Atlantis Submarines, go snorkeling, paddleboarding, and deep-sea fishing. For an adventurous outing, you can have the Cozumel Private Jeep Tour With Lunch and Snorkelling, Sail The Waters Off Cozumel in a Catamaran, or Enjoy a Pirate Cruise With A Lobster Dinner. You should also Check out the Mayan Cacao Company, the shopping district, and Playa Uvas Sur.
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Cozumel thrives under a sub-tropical savanna climate throughout the year, and experiences regular rainfall. A wet season occurs from June until December, while January to May give way to hot and dry weather. The monsoon is a regular seasonal guest, often pummeling the island with sudden and heavy outbursts of rain.