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The vibrant yet laid-back island of Cozumel lies just off the coast of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Warm aquamarine waters, lush vegetation and pristine beaches make this island paradise a favorite among travelers. Vacations To Go has helped more than six million travelers plan terrific trips, and we'll help you find your ideal Cozumel hotel for the lowest possible price!
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All-inclusive resorts are popular lodging options in Cozumel, because accommodations, meals, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, entertainment and activities, and all taxes and gratuities are included in a single price that's paid upfront. The quote box at right will provide rates for all-inclusive resorts, as well as traditional hotels.
Year-round temperatures average 71 to 89 degrees in balmy Cozumel. The island was settled by Mayan Indians 2,000 years ago and was once believed to be a sanctuary and sacred shrine. Religious pilgrimages to Cozumel were common, especially from women paying homage to Ixchel, the goddess of the moon, pregnancy and childbirth. Although the island had been settled and resettled many times since then, it wasn't until Jacques Cousteau revealed Cozumel's rich beauty to the world in a 1961 documentary that it became a major tourist destination.
Now millions of tourists visit Cozumel each year. With more than 100 recognized dive sites and 20 miles of unspoiled reefs, divers and snorkelers will be enchanted by the bright coral and colorful procession of marine life that await underwater. Exploring Palancar Reef with its vast series of caverns and canyons is a must, while water sports such as deep-sea fishing, kayaking and jet-skiing are other popular activities.
Cozumel's only town, San Miguel, is located on the northwest coastline and combines the charming remnants of colonial Mexico with contemporary conveniences. Amble through the waterfront tourist zone offering a number of markets, duty-free shops and restaurants or visit Cozumel Island Museum and Pax Music Museum to expand your horizons. On Sunday nights, join the locals and head to Plaza Central for live music and dancing.
South of San Miguel is the popular Chankanaab Park, a landlocked lagoon connected to the sea that offers opportunities such as snorkeling and swimming with dolphins. Also worth visiting is Punta Sur Ecological Reserve. This huge protected area at the southern tip of the island includes Punta Celarain and its historical lighthouse, as well as the Colombia Lagoon, a shelter for many of the island's native and endangered species such as marine turtles.
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