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Cozumel Underwater

Cozumel Underwater March 29, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Jacques Cousteau, four species of sea turtles, 500 species of fish, the second largest barrier reef in the world, the variety of corals and sponges, and the year-round underwater visibility have made this island one of the most popular dive spots in the world. Usually, the first step in diving here...

Riding the Wind and the Wave

Riding the Wind and the Wave March 25, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Cozumel has wind and surf conditions ideal for just about any water sport. From the fierce winds and surfs of the eastern side of the island to the calm southwestern shores, and including the isolated north and northeastern points, there is a wind and/or water adventure for every level of expertise and...

Outdoors in Cozumel

Outdoors in Cozumel February 24, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Though one could easily spend a week exploring the island’s many bars, restaurants, and hotel grounds, Cozumel is really meant to be experienced out-of-doors, and it offers vast opportunities to have encounters with nature. The most popular activity here, of course, is scuba diving. Dive masters...

Annual Island Affairs

Annual Island Affairs February 23, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Each year thousands of locals and international travelers gather to party, fish, compete, and make merry on Cozumel. Whether it’s for windsurfing in February, carnaval and Kiteboarding in March, the El Cedral Fair in April, one of many sporting events in May, or Ironman in November, participants...

Carnaval Island Style

Carnaval Island Style January 24, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Every year, around the world, millions of revellers gather in the month of February, or sometimes in March, to dance, march, sing, choose a king and queen, and make merry. This tradition, called carnaval or Mardi Gras and generally practiced in Roman Catholic cultures, is a cathartic preparation to enter...
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