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Cozumel: Mayan Jungle Jeep Ride to Jade Caverns and Snorkel

1. Cozumel: Mayan Jungle Jeep Ride to Jade Caverns and Snorkel

Meet your guide at a central location near the cruise port in Cozumel, receive your instructions, and then start driving your Jeep through the island till you reach its oldest town, El Cedral, where you will get to know the history of the town and the Mayan culture. Next, stop at Jade Caverns where you can take a dip in the pristine water of the Cenote and relax. Once you are done with this activity, get back to your jeep and drive back through the jungle and an amazing off road. Once back at the entrance, stop at the famous tequila factory where you can learn all about its history and the distillation process, ending with the most important part which is the the tasting of many flavours of Tequila. Lastly, stop at Tortugas Beach Club and get set for the amazing 30 minute snorkeling trip from shore at Dzul ha Reef the snorkel activity to your final destination.

Cozumel: Jeep Adventure and Beach Snorkeling with Lunch

2. Cozumel: Jeep Adventure and Beach Snorkeling with Lunch

The adventure begins at Cozumel Ferry Dock where you’ll meet your guide and get acquainted with your Jeep for the day. Drive to Punta Sur EcoPark, admiring views of the city and its sights along the way. At the park, enjoy some free time to relax on the shore of El Cielito, a beautiful white sandy beach with glistening blue waters. Next, head to Chankanaab Park and cool off in the refreshing water as you snorkel in search of colorful marine life with an expert guide. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, dine on a hearty buffet lunch to set you up for an afternoon of exploring. After lunch, head off on your own to discover the wonders of the park, including the fascinating archaeological area and if time allows, the sea lion show.

Cozumel: Snorkel, Jade Cavern & Beach Club Driving Tour

3. Cozumel: Snorkel, Jade Cavern & Beach Club Driving Tour

Explore the island of Cozumel in a fun JIMNY Car with a local tour guide. Enjoy an itinerary jam-packed with fun beachside activities as you travel through the surrounding trails of a Mayan Village, visit the Jade Cavern and enjoy a tasty bite to eat at a Beach Club. Start your day of adventure at the Fiscal Pier as you meet your local guide. Hop in your JIMNY Car and set off along trails that surround the Mayan village of El Cedral. Take part in a stingray encounter that is a safe and friendly guided experience for the whole family. Learn from an educational talk and tour and feed stingrays during a guided snorkel. Continue on your journey to the exotic Jade Cavern Cenote where you can swim and admire the stalactite decorations. This location in particular is a fantastic place to grab some memorable holiday snaps. After your driving adventure you will enjoy lunch at Playa Mia Beach Club. Participants can choose from a classic burger with french fries, smoked chicken with mashed potatoes and coleslaw salad, or a smoked fish fillet with rice and vegetables. Vegetarians can opt for the delicious Portobello Mushroom burger. After lunch, be sure to take some time out on the beach where you can relax and watch the water or take part in beach activities.

Cozumel: Farm-to-Table Culinary Experience

4. Cozumel: Farm-to-Table Culinary Experience

Learn about local food and where it comes from throughout an experience to heighten your enthusiasm and change the way you experience food. Celebrating the age-old tradition of Mexican cooking and fresh wholesome ingredients, this farm-to-table tour delivers a fun, meaningful experience at the Toledo Ranch. Learn the history about the ranch and all the ancient Mayan local dishes, tasting traditional Mexican food from the region as you go. You discover exactly what the ranch grows and provides organically, and will understand Mexican recipes as a fusion of pre-Hispanic traditions with European, Middle Eastern and North-East Asian influences. Try something different outside the touristy area of Cozumel, and enjoy Mexico’s authentic gastronomy which is not found in the tourist parts of the city.

Cozumel Private Jeep Tour with Lunch and Snorkeling

5. Cozumel Private Jeep Tour with Lunch and Snorkeling

Get behind the wheel of a Jeep and explore Cozumel on a private tour. Admire the native vegetation of the national park and learn about the Mayan goddess, Ix Chel. Journey along forest roads to reach the Caribbean Sea and snorkel with the marine life. Get some time to relax on the beach and enjoy a lunch of authentic Mexican food. Head to the east side of the island and visit a tequila factory to learn more about the distillation process and taste different flavors. Customize your itinerary and add additional activities at your own expense, such as the San Gervacio archaeological site, a scuba diving session or the chance to release a turtle into the wild.

Cozumel Island: Half-Day Private Jeep Tour and Eco Park

6. Cozumel Island: Half-Day Private Jeep Tour and Eco Park

Start your tour in a luxury Jeep with air-conditioning and a cooler full of beverages. Your guides are specialized in navigating the island and keeping you safe, so that you can comfortably make your way around Cozumel, enjoy the breath taking views, and learn about some of the island’s history. Make your first stop at a Tequila tasting, and learn all about the great tastes of Mexico's most famous drink. Then, head off to enjoy the virgin beach of Cozumel's east side for an amazing photo opportunity. Visit Punta Sur Eco Park to admire its many sights, including the Mayan structure El Caracol, a beautiful lagoon with crocodiles, a navigation museum, and gaze from atop a lighthouse over the jaw dropping Caribbean sea and lush jungle. Finally, if you can believe this tour can get any more exciting, the best is saved for last: the famous Chankanaab park. Here, the snorkeling is top notch. A sea lion show, botanical garden, archaeological area, ocean access, and pool are available for you enjoy.

Cozumel: Private Cooking Class in a Family Kitchen

7. Cozumel: Private Cooking Class in a Family Kitchen

Enjoy an authentic dive into Mexican cooking on this tour. Be led by a guide through the local market of San Miguel de Cozumel to select fresh produce. Visit a family to meet your culinary guide. Feast on traditional drinks, snacks, and a main dish. Begin your cultural adventure by meeting your guide in the local market of the island. Follow them through the market's aisles of different local products. Listen to the origins of some of the most-used fruits and vegetables of Cozumel. See as the guide grabs fresh ingredients for the preparation of salsas, snacks, and main dishes for the culinary experience. Take a relaxing stroll through the stalls and learn more about the daily life of the islanders. Select the best seasonal ingredients for your cooking session. Prepare a typical meal under the guidance of your host, while learning from their traditions. Be introduced to useful phrases in Spanish. Learn about the distinctive culture of the region and enjoy the sublime smells that will fill the kitchen. Try the dishes you have prepared at the family table while talking and sharing with your group, guide, and host. Enjoy refreshing drinks from the region. At the end of the tour, your guide will organize a taxi to drop you off at the port or your hotel.

Cozumel: Private Jeep Tour Shore Excursion

8. Cozumel: Private Jeep Tour Shore Excursion

Make the most of your time in Cozumel with a full-day shore excursion in a private jeep for your group. Get picked up from your cruise ship terminal and head to your first stop, an authentic tequila factory, and learn about the distillation process of this world-renowned Mexican liquor. Soak in the different smells, colors, and, most importantly, flavors. Next, head to the eastern side of the island to admire the beautiful San Martin virgin beaches. Take some breathtaking photos and learn about the island's turtle hatching program. Drive along winding roads through dense forests and lush vegetation to the legendary town of El Cedral where the island’s rich history comes alive. El Cedral will be the departure point for your off-road jeep adventure into the jungle. Stop at the stunning Jade Caverns and Cenote and take a refreshing dip after learning about the history of the area.  Make your last stop at a beach club for an authentic Mexican lunch that includes a choice of chicken, beef, or fish fajitas, quesadillas, or nachos. After eating, grab some snorkeling equipment and hop into the crystal-clear Caribbean Sea to check out the underwater life. Follow your experienced guide to the native coral reef system and marvel at the underwater fan coral garden. Then get dropped back off at your cruise ship terminal.

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What people are saying about Cozumel

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 63 reviews

This visit was incredible. If you are looking for something to do that isn’t the traditional beach/tourist visit, then this is it. You get to meet incredible people, hear wonderful stories, and learn about the land you are enjoying. We had delicious fruit right off the tree, and made some delicious food afterward. The hosts are so respectful and I feel like I’ve made some new friends (not the least of which are the dog and cow on the farm). Even after doing it once, we’d go back to it again on our next trip to see how things have grown/changed.

Great experience that I highly recommend if you are passing through Cozumel! We were alone my daughter and I and joined Tania in the market to choose the ingredients with her. She adapts the menu to your tastes and dietary restrictions! Then head to his house for a traditional family cooking class. We prepare each dish together, and taste them as the course progresses. Without forgetting the cocktails based on Tequila (or Virgin for my daughter) Everything is good, fresh and very generous! A word of advice: don't take breakfast before ;)

This was a wonderful experience for our family! Everyone was very friendly and the food, tequila and mixed drinks were excellent. A must do if you are looking for a local, off the beaten path, non-touristy experience. Local produce education from a family farm outside of the Cozumel community. The cow, Estrella, was also a cutie and loved getting the leftover coconuts, ha! Friendly dog and lots of happy chickens too!

Such a fun experience. Carlos is an amazing farmer, teacher and entertainer. If you want to do something real and see a non-touristy part of the island, this is perfect!

Absolute recommendation! Our guide Alex was very flexible and responded to our wishes. In addition, Alex speaks very good English! We would do it again anytime!