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5 reviews of Cozumel

See Reysar Davila's photos
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Ideal place to dive

Cozumel is also known as "Isla de las Golondrinas." It's Mexico's largest island and is a destination that has it all. It's surrounded by jungles and rocky coasts, although it does have fine, white-sand beaches (seriously, the sand is like powder) and the gorgeous waters of the Mayan Riviera. It's home to the world's second largest coral reef, a fact which led the famous researcher Jacques Cousteau to visit the area and document the underwater world.

Today, its docks receive thousands of cruise ships each year and, in fact, it was a destination for the world's largest cruise ship during its maiden voyage. You'll find hotels of all classes and chains, as well as the world's smallest Hard Rock Café, golf courses, spas, and all kinds of restaurants that serve global cuisine but still retain a simple, Caribbean charm.

It's the ideal place to dive. Simply put, there are few other places in the world that have a comparable underwater seascape and reef structure. In fact, diving is without a doubt the island's number 1 sport. It's known as the "Isla de las Golondrinas" (Swallow Island) due to the legend that the goddess Ixchel sent the birds as a token of gratitude for the offerings of the islanders.
Reysar Davila
See Marta Padilla's photos
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The island of the swallows

"Cuzam" which means "swallow" and "Lumil" meaning "land of" forming the word Cuzamil: Land of the Swallows, is a Mexican island, the third largest and second most populous in the country. The Island of Swallows is southeast of Mexico, in the Caribbean Sea. It's about fifty miles away from Cancun and is (along with two inland enclaves Calica and Xel-Ha) one of the nine municipalities of Quintana Roo. Don't miss it, it's gorgeous!
Marta Padilla
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See Flavia Ramos's photos
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I went to cozumel by ferry from the p...

I went to Cozumel by ferry from the port of Playa del Carmen and left me wanting more, much more. Being much larger than Isla Mujeres one day is not enough to visit. Toured the center, ate a very spicy corn bought on the street and we did snorkel in the second world's coral reef. Since it went to Cozumel because he owes his fame to it and is a paradise for divers. You reach the island by ferry and costs 140 Mexican pesos leg, twice the cost of the ferry to Isla Mujeres (1 U.S. dollar is about 13 pesos).

Fui a Cozumel en Ferry desde el puerto de Playa del Carmen y me quede con ganas de más, de mucho más. Al ser mucho más grande que Isla Mujeres no alcanza solo un día para visitarla. Recorrí su centro, comí un choclo con mucho picante comprado en la calle e hicimos snorkel en el segundo arrecife de coral del mundo. Ya que a eso fuimos porque Cozumel le debe su fama mundial a ello y es el paraíso de los buceadores. Se llega a la isla por ferry y cuesta 140 pesos méxicanos la ida, el doble de lo que cuesta el ferry a Isla Mujeres ( 1 dólar son aproximadamente 13 pesos méxicanos).
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