Isla Cozumel is Mexico’s third largest island, and it has much to offer the curious traveler, from Maya ruins to deserted beaches. This four-day itinerary aims to give travelers a fulfilling yet relaxing stay.
There are more than 100 dive shops on Isla Cozumel, and scores more at Isla Mujeres, Playa del Carmen, Cancún, Tulum, and elsewhere. Choosing just one can be daunting. Here are some tips for finding the right dive shop for you.
From the most popular nightclubs and great lounge bars in the Zona Hotelera to the Downtown scene with the city’s best live music and clubs specializing in Latin music, there’s a lot to Cancún’s nightlife. Read on to find out where to party when you’re in Cancún.
Isla Cozumel played a deeply significant role in the Maya world. The island’s primary site—known as San Gervasio today—was dedicated to Ixchel, the Maya goddess of fertility, the moon, childbirth, medicine, and weaving. Read on to discover more about archaeological sites on the island.
Snorkelers can enjoy encounters with whale sharks or visit the remarkable underwater sculpture park near Manchones reef, and beginner divers and veterans alike will find plenty to explore as well. Learn more about the amazing underwater experiences available around Isla Mujeres.
Renting a car is a nice way to get out of downtown and see the rest of the island. It is virtually impossible to get lost, and you can visit all the main spots in a day or two. Read on to learn about the average costs and how to avoid tourist scams.
Depending on your comfort and price range, you can interact with dolphins with a simple “fin shake” or enroll in a “trainer for a day” program. Read more to find out where you can swim with dolphins in Cancún, as well as where to cool off in a classic water park.