Fun Things To Do in Cozumel



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  • In a Top 10 List of fun things to do in Cozumel it is difficult to narrow the options down to 10, but here we've restrained ourselves by choosing a range of physical requirements, costs, and levels of adventure, as well as a variety of natural and cultural activities.

    The first top 10 thing to do in Cozumel is expensive but unbelievably fun. Kiteboarding is a sport that grew out of windsurfing but which requires less physical strength to be proficient. Raul, the owner of Kite Cozumel, is a world champion windsurfer and makes learning this sport easy for anyone.

    The second position involves the closest real beach to downtown Cozumel. This spot is fun to hang out at, snorkel, enjoy drinks at the palapa, and let the kids frolic in the playground. Even more fun than all of this, is taking salsa dance lessons and listening to Cozumel's best salsa band on Sunday afternoons.

    The next four choices on our list are outdoor experiences that offer vastly different ways to converge with nature. Parque Punta Sur has a lagoon full of wildlife, a pristine beach great for swimming, snorkeling, or diving of its shore. It also has a lighthouse, a small museum, and is near El Caracol, a Mayan ruin. Rancho Buenavista does tours that take you through the jungle on horseback to see ruins, and it has swimming pool and a cantina. El Mirador is a natural rock formation that juts out over the sea on the on the eastern side of the island, and is fun to climb to get the best view of the Caribbean. The sixth choice involves going to a small island, of the northern tip of Cozumel, that has a beautiful beach of powdery, white sand. Adventure jeep tours are available as part of this outing.

    The seventh and eighth positions belong to activities located in the downtown area. A visit to the small but varied museum, accompanied by brunch on its rooftop restaurant that overlooks the sea, will not disappoint; while the plaza is the most happening place in town - especially on Sunday evenings, when there's live music.

    The last two selections are two very distinct ways of seeking thrills. The first entails zipping over a jungle full of wildlife on a wire, while the second involves zipping over the ocean on a surfboard. What could be more fun?

    Kite Cozumel

    Country Club Estates

    Learn to kiteboard with a world champion... read more

    Playa Azul Beach Club

    Carretera a San Juan, Km. 4

    Beach and palapa bar on the north side of town...
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    Parque Punta Sur

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    Costera Sur Highway Km 27
    (beginning of Costera Este Highway)

    Southern island nature preserve... read more

    Rancho Buenavista

    Avenue Rafael Melgar & Calle 11 Sur
    Acuario restaurant in San Miguel

    Horseback tours to Maya ruins... read more

    El Mirador Lookout

    East Coast

    Natural rock sculpture - bridge overlooking waves...
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    Isla de Pasion

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    Abrigo Bay
    1 mile north of Punta Norte

    Gorgeous island off northern coast... read more

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    Museo de la Isla de Cozumel

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    Avenida Rafael Melgar at Calle 4
    (San Miguel)

    Maya artifacts and Spanish relics... read more

    Plaza Central

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    Parque Benito Juarez & Avenue, Rafael Melgar
    San Miguel

    San Miguel nexus... read more

    Fly High Adventures

    Eco-park with zip lines... read more

    Punta Morena

    Costera Este Highway, 7 miles north
    Leeward side of island

    The Surfer's Beach... read more
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