Vacation in Cozumel and odds are that you’ll go home utterly relaxed and with memories of spectacular scenery and friendly people. A 34-mile-long by 11-mile-wide island off Riviera Maya Cozumel is quite unlike its neighbor. It’s largely undeveloped, with expanses of jungle and untouched shoreline that are a rarity on the mainland. Travelers don’t come for the partying, boisterous beach bikini volleyball games, or designer shopping. Instead, it’s mostly about unplugging and enjoying the sun. There’s also plenty to see and do in Cozumel aside from the beach.
our the Island
Cozumel has plenty of ecosystems that feature various attractions. There are beaches to be enjoyed, Mayan ruins to be explored, and landmarks to discover. Though you can’t see and experience all in a day, a sightseeing tour is your best bet at exploring as much as possible.
From the bustling San Miguel town to the remote corners of the east coast, a sightseeing tour will do the trick. A private sightseeing trip is recommended for it allows you a customized experience.