Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park
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On March 17th we will be visiting the port of Cozumel from 10 am – 7 pm. A nice long day to get out to sight see and learn about the area.

Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park
By Matthew T Rader,, CC BY-SA 4.0,

Cozumel was a commercial and ceremonial centre during the Mayan period (about 250 to 950 ce), and the island has several small archaeological sites. In 1518 Juan de Grijalva led the first Spanish expedition to Cozumel. In 1519 Hernán Cortés used the island as a base for Spanish efforts to conquer the Maya.


Possible Research Locations:

Nothing found at this time on the island of Cozumel. You would have to take a ferry to the mainland.

Get to know Cozumel:

Mayan Village Jeep Tour $87 / person
Jump on a jeep wrangler with one of Our Local, Certified, English Speaking Guides and get ready to drive through downtown and travel back on time while you hear amazing facts and history of the island of Cozumel!

Visit the Ancient Archeological site of San Gervasio situated right in the middle of the Jungle. Learn about the Mayan Civilization that ruled this part of the Country and Central America 1,200 years ago. Discover why the Mayan Culture was and still is one of the most intriguing of all.

Visit one of the last Mayan Villages left in Cozumel and meet a three-generation Mayan Family.

Say “Hola” to your hosts… Tomasita, Carmen, and Little Antonio. Tomasita will cook for you a genuine Mayan entree prepared in her Family for Generations. See how they get their fresh water from one of many Natural Underground Rivers in Cozumel. Feel the Hospitality and warmth of the most honest and kind Native Mayan People on Cozumel Island!

Now you deserve a Beach Break!
Play on one of many Breathtaking Beaches in Cozumel. Swim in the Most Amazing Turquoise Waters, Play on the white sand, take photos or just enjoy the Sun with a nice Ice Cold Beer on Hand!

Ghost Town and Beach Break Horse Back Riding Tour $86 / person
Saddle up and get ready to experience a nice, smooth ride along the Jungle Trails of Cozumel on horses well trained by local ranchers, Visit the First Town ever populated by Mayan Descending People dated back to the late eighteen Hundreds…Also known as the Ghost Town!
You get to Visit their small Church, a Mayan Ruin, the Main Plaza Market, and a Tequila Hacienda!

Parasailing $74.56 / person

Safe fun for all ages. Experience Cozumel from above. We offer our clients the pick-up in most of the hotels north and south of the Island where is a pier. Down town pick-ups are also available.

Add Ons: Tandem (2 Flyers together) – $145.63 group

Here is a Cozumel Destination Guide to help you learn more about the area.

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