Cozumel island located off the coast of one of the most privileged areas of Mexico, east of the state of Quintana Roo in the Yucatan Peninsula, unique tourist destination known as the Mexican Caribbean. It is the largest inhabited island in Mexico as well as the most visited and safest destination in all Mexico. With a territorial extension of 647.33 km2 (258.93 mi2) It measures approximately 48 km long and 16 wide.
The average daily air temperature in Cozumel is 80°. In July and August, the highs range from the upper 80’s to the low 90’s. In December and January, the daytime temperatures average in the mid-70’s.
With a Mexican heart and a Caribbean soul, Cozumel is a paradise where tradition, flavor and joy come together. You will always find a friendly face and a warm welcome to make your visit unforgettable.
The island is covered with lush jungle vegetation and surrounded by rocky coastlines, white-sand beaches, lagoons and mangroves.
Cozumel is the perfect place for those who enjoy breathtakingly colorful sunsets, long walks on the deserted moonlit beaches, swims in crystal blue waters and romantic dinners.
Famous worldwide for its coral reefs, an important religious center due to the fame reached as goddess IxChel sanctuary, it became one of the three great pilgrimage centers of the Mayan world, next to Izamal and Chichen Itza. Cozumel, considered as the “Diving Capital of Latin America” is part of the Great Mayan Reef, the second largest reef barrier in the world.
The island’s only town is “San Miguel de Cozumel”, which has a relaxed Caribbean atmosphere and Mexico’s most important international cruise dock. Tourists flock to Cozumel looking for the peace, quiet and comfort that the island’s hotel zone offers. During your stay, you can also enjoy excellent golf courses, spas, and restaurants serving up a wide array of regional fish and seafood dishes. And of course the thriving nightlife in the bars, where one can drink national and exotic beverages with new friends under a moonlit sky.