Adventures 2017-05-07T04:13:07+00:00


There’s so much to do on Cozumel and the mainland, that the most difficult thing you’ll experience is deciding what to do first!

Beach Resorts

There are several beach resorts on the island of Cozumel. Most of them have fantastic white sandy beaches with many Watersports activities. You can spend your day relaxing in the sun, swimming in the pool or playing with some of the many water toys off the beach. Jet Ski rentals are available at most beach resorts for a fee and most beach resorts are free to the public. While some do have small admittance fees, usually $10 a day they are well worth it. This adventure is for everyone and must be done before you leave the island. Lets face it you came here to relax and enjoy the beautiful waters Cozumel has to offer so jump in the pool and swim up to the bar have a drink or two or have a sit in one of the many lounge chairs and enjoy the beautiful view of some of the best beaches in the Caribbean.


Coconuts Restaurant and bar is located on the winward (East) side of the Island or as the locals call it “the other side” at Km 43.5. Here you will see beautiful views on Cozumel’s only cliff. Great music is played as you sit around and eat some of the islands best food and enjoy delicious tropical drinks and cervezas under a great palapa covered in all sorts of Americana including t-shirts and license plates.

You are not far from the home of the sea turtle and its nesting grounds as they are just on the beach below on the way to Coconuts.

This is by far one of Cozumel’s famous places to visit, relax and have some great food and take in the best ocean view on the island.

The owner speaks English and has many animals and exotic birds for you to take photos of as you enjoy drinking and listening to great Jimmy Buffet style music.

A must for all!

Passion Island

Passion Island is a gorgeous secluded island 5 minutes by boat off the north end of Cozumel. This island is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the beautiful blue waters and white sandy beach away from all the crowds on the other beaches on Cozumel. Located 15 minutes away from the downtown area you will find palm trees, hammocks, lounge beds and beach games of all types.

When you arrive, enjoy a drink on the shoreline, while relaxing in a hammock or under a palapa hut roof.

San Gervasio

San Gervasio is an archaeological site. This area is a portion of the Maya civilization. It is located in center of the island of Cozumel. The ruins were once a center of worship to the goddess Ix Chel (meaning “She of the Rainbows”): who was believed to be deity in fertility, medicine, and weaving. Maya people would travel to the site and make offerings at certain times of the year. Many of the structures have roofs less than 4 feet tall and include inside stone walls and outside columns. The reason for the shape of the structures and roofs remain a mystery as they were constructed by wood and straw when in it was in its original condition. It is also thought that further wood and straw huts did surround many of the buildings, mainly the Plaza Central. San Gervasio is a federal and state park.

The ruins and the many roads to and from each area are overgrown and there are iguanas of every size some reach over 4 feet long. The roads are the only areas not completely shaded by the rain forest that surround the ruins. Iguanas sun themselves on the road throughout the park, and are adjusted to the presence of humans.

Are you ready for a real taste of Mexico?  It’s TEQUILA time!

Learn the history of the tequila making process, and how different types of tequila are distilled and made.

This Tequila Seminar is the only one of its kind in Cozumel and expert tequila man Oliver Munoz will take you on a lesson of the making of the national drink of Mexico, TEQUILA!! You will learn how to drink tequila without bitter-beer face and how to drink tequila to best savor its unique flavors.

After the seminar, you will be served a delicious Mexican lunch, complete with beer and margaritas.  Then, you will sample 8 different varieties of tequila, and learn about the differences between them!  Anejo, Reposado, Blanco, cream tequilas, dessert tequilas and more you’ve never tasted tequila like this before.

Playa Del Carmen and Cancun

Playa Del Carmen with its backpacker feel and great beaches is a wonderful day trip away from Cozumel. The ferry ride at only $25 round trip and is well worth a visit for a nice long day of fun. There you can dive the cenotes or just sit on the beach and enjoy the beautiful blue waters.

Your day in Playa will be an adventure that will stick with you for a lifetime and if you want more Cancun is just a 1.5 hr bus ride away. There you will see all the great markets for shopping and purchasing that special souvenir. After a day of looking around in the town it’s off to the hotel section where you find Cancun beach. Just like all the beaches in Cozumel and Playa they are spectacular with soft white sand and beautiful warm blue waters. Many activities are in Cancun including a Jet Ski tour through Cancun lagoon.

Playa Del Carmen and Cancun are great places to have the day off from diving and gives you a full range of restaurants and shops. In Playa Del Carmen all of this is in a convenient one street walking tour. Eat to your hearts delight and party the night away.

Deep Sea Fishing

Deep sea fishing is available on Cozumel and popular game fish are often caught here like Blue Marlin, Tuna, Wahoo and Mahi-mahi (Dorado). There are several Deep seas fishing operators on Cozumel. So, grab your sun tan lotion and get ready for a great day of fishing or just drinking cervezas and trolling around in one of Cozumel’s many deep see charter companies on some of the best fishing boats in the best of locations.

Cozumel has some of the best Deep Sea fishing in the world.

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