Things to Do in Cozumel [2023]

If I have one piece of advice to give to anyone visiting Cozumel, it is to rent your own pair of wheels.

Rent a Jeep, Scooter, or Convertible

Playa Palancar

Beach time is clearly a must-do in Cozumel, and there are plenty of great beaches on Cozumel.

The name "El Cielo" means heaven in Spanish. and while snorkeling in some of the clearest Caribbean waters Mexico has to offer.

Snorkel at Playa El Cielo

Rent a Catamaran 

The best part of Cozumel isn't the beach—it's the crystal clear Caribbean Sea. And there's no better way to experience it than aboard a boat.

Zona Arqueologica San Gervasio

There are a handful of smaller Maya ruins on Cozumel. Zona Archeologica San Gervasio is the easiest place to visit.

Punta Chiqueros

Punta Chiqueros is a small peninsula on the southern part of Cozumel. You will find a cozy restaurant by the beach.

Playa de San Martin is a really big beach on the far side of the island. This is a slightly more "wild" beach.

San Martin Beach

Kids will love jumping on the giant inflatables near the shallow waters of Playa Mia Grand Beach Park at Paradise Beach.

Playa Mia Grand Beach Park, Paradise Beach

Sanchos gets very crowded on the day of your tour so a good alternative to consider is Nachi Cocom, a Cozumel beach club.

Nachi Cocom Beach Club & Water Sport Center

Located on the southern tip of Isla Cozumel, Punta Sur Eco Beach Park is an ecological park that also serves as a gateway to the National Marine Park.

Punta Sur Eco Beach Park

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