Secluded on Cozumel's southwest coast, InterContinental Presidente Cozumel Resort & Spa offers immediate access to prime scuba-diving and snorkeling spots, including ...
This hotel is set on the Caribbean Sea, 5 miles from Cozumel International Airport and less than 1 km from Punta Langosta, Cozumel's fanciest shopping and dining ...
Isolated by a tropical forest, this family-friendly resort on Cozumel's southwest coast sits on 130 meters (150 yards) of palapa-shaded, white-sand beach just ...
Coral Princess Golf & Dive Resort is the ultimate getaway, located on the North side of the island with private access to the beach and San Juan Reef. A private ...
Set back from Cozumel’s town of San Miguel in a picturesque seaside spot surrounded by lush tropical forest, this resort features a private beach. Prime diving ...
Located in Cozumel, this beachfront resort is connected to a shopping center and within 1 mi (2 km) of Stingray Beach and Discover Mexico Cozumel Park. Dolphinaris ...
Nestled on the beach, this Cozumel resort is 0.6 mi (1 km) from San Francisco Beach and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Paradise Beach. Palancar Beach and Playa Mia Grand ...
Get all the excitement of an exotic island vacation, combined with the quaint charm of classic Mexico, by vacationing in Cozumel. With casual and upscale dining, beach excursions, parties and bars, Cozumel is perfect for the adventurer in all of us.
Visit Parque Chankanaab for a taste of history mixed with marine life exhibits. For those interested in snorkeling, swimming and relaxing on the beach, Playa San Juan is the place to be. If you want to experience everything you can in Cozumel but don't want to empty your wallet, check out Orbitz.com to get great deals on air tickets, hotels, car rentals, tours and more.
Cozumel travel conditions stay fairly consistent year round, but like many Caribbean hotspots, the winter high season brings the mildest weather, biggest crowds and highest prices. Savvy travelers go in the summer during low season (translation: reduced hotel rates) -- and divers and snorkelers take advantage of calm waters. Hurricane season spans from June through November.
Celebrate Mexican holidays like Cinco de Mayo (May 5) and Dia de los Muertos (November 1st and 2nd) on your Cozumel vacation. Another can't-miss is Carnival (think Mexican Mardi Gras) which kicks off right before Lent in late February or early March.
Cozumel has warm weather year round, with average temperatures ranging from 68 to 89 degrees Fahrenheit, so it's the perfect weather for a beach destination. Fall is the best time to visit Cozumel if you're looking to save money. If you go during this off season, you'll also be rewarded with fewer crowds. If you go in November, you'll be able to celebrate two major Mexican holidays along with the locals: Day of the Dead on November 1 and the anniversary of the Mexican Revolution on November 20. Both holidays in Cozumel are celebrated with feasts and ceremonies.
Explore beyond the waterfront jewelry and souvenir shops—San Miguel proper has better deals, especially in the evenings when the cruise-ship crowds have receded.
World-famous among scuba divers for its offshore currents, Cozumel offers ripping underwater rides at top-tier dive sites like Tormentos Reef.
For good sunbathing, hit the natural sandy beaches on the north and south ends of the island, while the rocky beaches near town offer the best nearshore snorkeling.
Find food aplenty in San Miguel, from cosmopolitan fine dining fare to late-night walk-ups selling traditional Yucatecan snacks for a song.
Find the Temple of the Hands—which bears red-painted palm prints on its walls—among the jungle-cloaked ruins at San Gervasio.
Cozumel really comes alive at night. Take a nap during the day like locals do, so you can live it up after dark.
Stop by Kinta, a favorite restaurant of locals, for delicious, fresh seafood with tons of local flare.
Pick up lunch to go on Avenida 30, one of the main roads on the island. Treat yourself to a picnic on the beach.
Avoid the waterfront when shopping for souvenirs. You'll get better prices if you shop along the backstreets.
Learn to cook Mexican food like a pro with this unique cooking class in the old neighborhood of El Centro.
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