Atlantis Submarine Expedition in Cozumel
- Duration: 2 hours
Boasting turquoise waters, pristine white beaches, and spectacular tropical panoramas, Cozumel is the epitome of the Caribbean island. Beyond ranking amongst the world's top diving sites, the island offers plenty of great things to do—here are the highlights.
This majestic park combines the best of Cozumel—come to snorkel and dive, swim with dolphins, discover the island's rich flora, or enjoy one of the countless other activities.
The best food far and wide is found at the Municipal Market. The market also boasts great shopping opportunities and you will probably find yourself coming back again and again.
Love tequila? Then head over to La Hacienda Antigua! Here you can discover all there is to know about Mexico's favorite alcohol and sample its wide variety of tastes.
Mariachi are famous the world over. However, Mexican music has a long history that extends far beyond them. This museum will open your eyes to the country's rich musical heritage.
A beautiful site full of Mayan ruins and home to a large iguana population, San Gervasio offers the perfect combination of natural spectacle and historical discovery.
This magnificent beach with its impressive limestone formations offers some of the most stunning views on the entire island—the ideal spot to snap that perfect holiday picture!
The Discover Mexico Cozumel Park is the island's only theme park, where visitors are given fun and interactive tours through diverse aspects of Mexican history and culture.
The world-famous Palancar Reef is synonymous with Cozumel. An absolutely spectacular diving and snorkeling spot, Palancar Reef belongs on every visitor's itinerary.
Weather-wise, the best time to visit Cozumel is between the late autumn and early spring, when temperatures remain warm and dry. That said, this is also the peak season, so the island is at its most crowded. If you'd rather avoid the rush but still want to enjoy good weather, your best bet is late spring, before the start of the rainy season in June.
Scooters are a fun and highly popular way to get around the island. There are many rental places, with rates around $20-30 per day. However, make sure to exercise care as crashes are very frequent amongst tourists. Wearing a helmet is not only a good idea, but legally mandatory (police are on the look-out for riders without helmets and the fine is $25).
We really enjoyed the snorkeling! Much better than a previous experience! It was great to leisurely swim around at our own pace. And the reef was fabulous! I was a little disappointed in the lunch. There was no buffet, as advertised. But the food was decent and we lucky enough to have very few people in the park.
Gerry or Geraldo was our guide and he was the BEST. We are so glad we did this. We got to eat and learn about so many foods that we would have never tried otherwise. It was so much fun. Honestly the best experience we have had on the island, in addition to scuba diving of course. Worth every penny.
Youssef was absolutely amazing! He answered all of our questions, helped us find gifts to bring back home and let us decide what we wanted to do throughout the trip. Would highly recommend and would do it again!
It’s was wonderful. Not expensive, beautiful and lots of information about bees, nature, and the Mayan culture. Perfect for kids who have short attention spans. Only about an hour long.
It was really cool. Everyone was very friendly and responded to us. We saw very beautiful coral reefs. It was pretty fun.