Live a weekend in Cozumel (part one)

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Live a weekend in Cozumel (part one)

In the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by a turquoise mirror, lies Isla Cozumel, the best-kept secret of the Riviera Maya. Not for nothing, its beauty is transmitted by word of mouth, making it one of the most beloved destinations for national and international tourism.

 

Planning a few days in Cozumel is a great idea for any long weekend, so we give you some tips in case you plan to visit us soon.

 

 The beautiful turquoise sea of Cozumel.

The beautiful turquoise sea of Cozumel.

 

 

How to get there?

 

Just 13 miles away from the Yucatan Peninsula and 37 miles from Cancun, Isla Cozumel has different access points. The most practical way to get there is flying directly to the island’s airport, which has daily flights to and from Mexico City, as well as important cities in Canada and the United States. You can also fly from Cancun, on an air journey that lasts less than 15 minutes.

 

On the other hand, a ferry service sails from Playa del Carmen every hour with destination to the island. Some tours have salsa groups that enliven the 40 minutes boat trip through the calm Caribbean waters. For those who travel by car, ferries depart from Calica, next to the Xcaret park.

The dock of Isla Cozumel.

The dock of Isla Cozumel.

 

On the island…

 

In Cozumel there is a huge offer for lodging, including All Inclusive Package. Over fifty options to stay, from luxury hotels to typical inns.

 

After leaving the suitcases at the hotel, the tour of Cozumel Island begins. To the south is the Chankanaab National Park, which means “little sea”, whose lagoon has the only coral formation in the world. This natural oasis also has a crocodile preserve and a dolphinarium, as well as a show with sea lions.

 

If you want to know what else to do in your visit to Cozumel, wait for our next entry.

Gorgeous lagoon in Chankanaab.

Gorgeous lagoon in Chankanaab.

 

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