Vacations in Cozumel, Mexico


Mexico's Favorite Island Escape Plan

Cozumel Overview

Fishermen and divers have known about Cozumel for decades, and many come back year after year to drift the reefs or battle aerobatic sailfish. But not all the action takes place on or under the waves. From lively beach clubs to and waterfront hotels to hidden cenotes and remote coves on the desolate windward side of the island, Cozumel celebrates the mixing of land and water. Visitors can swim, snorkel, paddle, ride, sail or power their way to adventure, or simply sit beachside to take in the mid-day blue of the Caribbean and the amber oranges of a sunset. 



Ride the currents over undulating coral ridges. Negotiate a maze of caverns and swim throughs that lead to the face of a deep wall. Explore the submerged wreck of the Felipe Xicotencatl. Immerse in a cloud of tropical fish on shallow reefs within a marine reserve.

SCUBA diving in Cozumel, Mexico
Snorkeling in Cozumel, Mexico


Swim with dolphins, hunt for crocodiles and paddle into a pristine mangrove lagoon. Tane a dune buggy tour to the island's wild east coast. Sail to a deserted beach a speedboat. Tour a chocolate farm and sample the goods. Jump from a cliff into the jade-green waters of a jungle cenote.


Indulge in an hour-long massage in a seaside pavilion. Cleanse body and mind in a Mayan steam lodge. Relax and rebuild with a beachside yoga session.  Purify with essential oils and herbs harvested fresh from island groves.

Wellness in Cozumel, Mexico