Cozumel

¡Disfruta la ciudad de Cozumel y el tequila!

Cozumel, a mostly undeveloped Mexican island in the Caribbean Sea, is a popular cruise ship port of call famed for its scuba diving. At Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park, there’s diving spots around a section of the Mesoamerican Reef and the Museo Subacuático de Arte’s submerged sculptures. Chankanaab is an eco park surrounding a lagoon with underwater caverns, home to dolphins, manatees and sea turtles. 

The Cozumel cruise port is fairly large and offers quite a bit. Cozumel is the largest island in the Yucatan peninsula. It can currently dock 8 (yes, EIGHT) cruise ships at once each day. This makes for a very busy port.

In the port area are quite a few ships, as well as restaurants. In fact the first thing you come to once you debark the ship is Three Amigos Restaurant. It’s actually good food here, but you want to get away from the port area and enjoy your port of call.

Size: 249.94 mi²

Languages: Spanish, English

Currency: Mexican Peso, American Dollar

Cruise Port: Punta Langosta Pier, Cozumel

Things to do in Cozumel

There are quite a few things to do here, so you need to do your research to see what you want to do. There are 3 main all inclusive beach clubs that most cruise passengers go to. You can compare them by clicking the button below. 

  1. Eat, drink and shop in San Miguel
  2. See Palacio Municipal
  3. Visit Museo de la Isla de Cozumel
  4. Visit Clear Lounge Underwater Oxygen Bar
  5. Visit Castillo Real (Mayan Ruin)
  6. San Gervasio (Mayan Ruin)
  7. Tulum (Mayan Ruin)
  8. Park Royal
  9. Mr. Sanchos
  10. Playa Chen Rio
  11. Playa De San Martin
  12. Punta Sur
  13. Isla Passion
  14. Money Bar Beach Club (Snorkeling)
  1. Paradise Beach
  2. Playa El Cielo
  3. Sea Trek
  4. Ride an ATV, Jeep or dune buggy
  5. 100 Leagues Under the Sea
  6. Tequila Tour
  7. Visit Xcaret and float on the underground river
  8. Salsa & dance at Playa Mia
  9. Shop at Los Cinco de Soles
  10. High Fly Adventure Zip Line
  11. Parasailing
  12. Playa Del Carmen
  13. Nachi Cocum

Cozumel resort comparison

If you want to compare Nachi Cocum, Paradise Beach and Mr. Sanchos', click the button below to open the comparison page. 

Compare Cozumel Resorts

Eating in Cozumel (alimentame)

There are plenty of options for food in Cozumel. If you go to one of the big 3 all inclusive resorts, you’ll want to eat at one of them since your food is included.

 

If you stay at the port area, there’s Fat Tuesdays or as mentioned above, Three Amigos. Here are some other options you may want to look into for eating in Cozumel. 

  1. Guido’s (this is where the crew goes)
  2. Pancho’s Backyard
  3. Burritos Gorditos
  4. Lobster Shack
  5. Kondesa
  1. Señor Frogs
  2. Alberto’s Beach Bar
  3. Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
  4. Margaritaville
  5. Taco y Tequila Cozumel
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