Kid Friendly Attractions in Cozumel



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  • This Top 10 List of Kid Friendly Things to Do consists of activities and places for the family to spend the day or, at least, a couple of hours. With the exception of Buena Vista Ranch, which is generally for adolescents and adults, and Snuba, for 8 years old and above, all of what is included here has no age restrictions.

    Our tour of Top 10 Kid Friendly activities and places begins with an easy choice: Parque Punta Sur. This park should not be missed by any visitor. It includes a white, powdery beach that is great for snorkeling, a nature reserve, a variety of natural environments to explore, a lighthouse one can climb (with a small museum), and is located near the Mayan ruin, El Caracol. A family can easily and happily spend the whole day here. You can take food, or buy it from local vendors.

    San Gervasio is second on our list because it offers both a historical experience and an opportunity to learn about the Mayan tradition while viewing the ruins, and it has jungle trails that are fun and safe for kids to stretch their legs and get some exercise.

    We chose number three because it offers a unique and safe experience of the underwater worlds of the island - without the need of scuba tanks. Our number four, five, and eight choices are rather obvious. The first is well, about the Flinstones, and the second has a bit of everything: snorkeling, swimming with dolphins, seals, replicas of ruins, beach, a playground, restaurants, lockers, etc., etc., etc.

    Sixth and seventh on our list are beaches. Beaches with loads of toys, pools, food, and drinks for mom and dad.

    Rancho Buenavista offers jungle exploration and visit to ruins on horseback. Their facilities include a swimming pool, entertainment, and drinks for mom and dad.

    Last on our list is a museum. A museum that is entertaining for kids because it includes replicas of jungle environments, reefs, and a Mayan dwelling that describes the culture's everyday life. They offer a simple, yet scientific and anthropological, perspective of the islands lifeforms. There is a restaurant on the top floor - overlooking the sea - that is a great place to have breakfast or brunch.

    Parque Punta Sur

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

    Southern island nature preserve... read more

    San Gervasio

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    From San Miguel take cross-island road east to San Gervasio access road, then turn left and follow road 7 km

    Archaeological wonder... read more

    Snuba

    790 Ave. Rafael E. Melgar

    Diving without the tank for ages 8 and older...
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    Flintstones Land

    Carretera Costera Norte km 5,8
    MeliĆ” Cozumel

    After Barney's son... read more

    Parque Chankanaab

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    Costera Sur Highway, Km 9

    Snorkeling, gardens and archaelogy... read more

    Playa Sol

    Zona Hotelera Sur
    Costera Sur Highway, Km 15

    Action packed beach club... read more

    Paradise Beach

    Carretera Costera Sur, Km. 14.5
    Zona Hotelera Sur

    White sand beach with amusements and restaurant...
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    Atlantis Submarines

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    Carretera a Chankanaab Km 4
    (Across the street from the Casa del Mar Hotel)

    Stay dry and visit the reef... read more

    Rancho Buenavista

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

    Horseback tours to Maya ruins... 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
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