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Cozumel
Live fascinating dives on coral reefs
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Explore the cenotes formed by filtering water through the limestone for thousands of years
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Twenty-two kilometers of reefs that stretch on its white beaches
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It is the first place in Mexico to receive the first rays of the sun
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Cozumel, the "Land of the Swallows"
Type of trip
Everything you need to know
Language

Spanish, 67 indigenous languages

Currency

Mexican peso

Time zone

GMT – 6 in winter, GMT – 7 in summer

Phone code

+ 52 998

National holidays

1 January: New Year

1st Monday of February: Constitution Day

3rd Monday of November: Birth of Benito Juárez

March / April: Holy Week

1 May: International Workers' Day

5 May: Cinco de Mayo (The Day of the Battle of Puebla)

16 September: Independence Day

1 November: Day of the Dead

3rd Monday of November: Revolution Day

12 December: Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe

25 December: Christmas

Cozumel, the "Land of the Swallows", is an island about 50 miles from Cancun. For the Mayan world it was a centre of worship of Ixchel, the Goddess of Fertility.


Today, it is basically a paradise for deep sea and scuba diving, visited every year by thousands of enthusiasts since 1961 when the famous French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau declared Cozumel one of the most spectacular dive sites in the world.


Besides observing marine life in the Chankanaab and Faro Celerain ecotourism parks, you can delve into the jungle, take tours of botanical gardens, swim with dolphins and visit turtle sanctuaries.


The only town on the island, San Miguel, offers an extensive selection of restaurants, cafes, boutiques and colourful Mayan craft shops.

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