The so-called Island of Swallows, Cozumel is one of the most sought-after destinations for scuba diving. It is the third biggest island in Mexico featuring some of the most beautiful beach settings, splashed by the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. It can be accessed either by plane or ferry, as it is located only 37 miles south of Cancun.
Cozumel is a very popular destination among snorkeling and scuba enthusiasts, as its crystal-clear waters are part of the Mesoamerican reef; the second biggest coral barrier worldwide, and home to a wide variety of colorful species.
In addition to the region's natural beauty, and first-class resorts, this island is considered as a very important port of call, as it is able to accommodate up to four cruises simultaneously.
With countless water activities, delicious seafood, outstanding facilities, and even archaeology sites, Cozumel is a must see-taste-experience destination for travel groups, conventions, and business events that yield results!
Cozumel offers a variety of natural and cultural attractions , including the most important natural attractions, the reefs for snorkeling and diving , cultural attractions such as the Mayan ruins of " San Gervasio " which are not imposing but were an important ceremonial center, the " Chankanaab Park Punta Sur ".
Visitors are able to enjoy the underwater world without getting wet, in a crystal-bottom boat or a submarine, and there are snorkeling and scuba diving tours, as well. Some other attractions are the sightseeing tours through the island, visiting the places of interest, fishing tours, and ATV or horseback riding tours through the beach, etc.
The first catholic mass in Mexico, took place in Cozumel at "El Cedral"; during the first days of May, this place hosts the "La Santa Cruz" festivities, and in early February an atmosphere of joy fills the air with the Cozumel Carnival.
For Group events there are several options, such as Punta Sur Park, Chankanaab Park, Kunché Ecopark, or beaches that feature the same infrastructure and services. The Mayan ruins of San Gervasio are the most important in the island, but they're only available for visiting.