This beautiful island is situated just off the Yucatan peninsula. Part of Mexico, yet surrounded by the sparkling blue waters of the Caribbean, this is the perfect beach experience. The sands are white, the water varying shades of clear, beautiful blue, and the temperatures summer-hot.
Cozumel offers all kinds of lodging from fabulous resorts to hotels and even vacation homes. High-end Euorpean and all-inclusive resorts and spas include the Melia Cozumel, Presidente, and Cozumel Palace. Park Royal is an all-inclusive resort downtown. And there are many others for various budgets both downtown and sprawled along the coasts.
The city on Cozumel is San Miguel. Here and in Cozumel's various ports you'll find dining, bars, and an amazing variety of shopping - from street vendors to boutiques and an extensive dining and shopping mall. Of course, the most popular reason to visit Cozumel is for all that beautiful, blue water and the thrills in and beneath it.
Cozumel's shores with its extensive reefs and unique sea life are known for some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world. They are part of the Great Mayan Reef, the second largest coral reef on the planet. There are beaches perfect for beginners and some for those who know their way around the coral landscape. Perhaps the most popular is the Chankanaab National Park. Well-suited for beginners, Chankanaab also ranks high on the list for experienced divers and snorkelers.
Cozumel offers all kinds of other water sports as well - almost any you can think of. Cozumel's waters are perfect for parasailing, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, and scuba diving. Cozumel's inland is mainly undeveloped jungle, but there are a few archeological sites that are accessible. San Miguel is a charming town where you'll find all the shopping and dining you could want as well as an exciting nightlife.
Cozumel is a perfect honeymoon destination. You'll love the shopping and dining. You'll never lack for something new and exciting to do. And the romantic beaches and waters of the Caribbean are sure to sweep you away.
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