Cozumel is Mexico’s largest island, and offers dual delights that take visitors above and below water. It is a very special destination thanks to its friendly, laid-back, tropical island atmosphere, world famous diving, and stunning Caribbean beauty. The jewel-shaped, flat-as-a-pancake island lies just 12 miles off the Yucatan Coast, and measures some 28 miles long and 10 miles wide. Surrounding the island’s limestone shores are temperate, crystal clear waters which range from stunning turquoise, to aquamarine, to deep indigo.
Following a 1961 documentary by Jacques Cousteau, Cozumel began earning a world-wide following of divers who have consistently ranked it one of the top five dive destinations on the planet. Cozumel offers great wall and reef diving. Our favorite sites include Chancanaab Reef, San Francisco Wall, Tormentos Reef, Maracaibo Reef, Palancar Caves, and Santa Rosa Wall.
Cozumel offers diverse diving for all levels. You can book specialty boats for speed or advanced diving, and choose from 2-tank, 3-tank, morning, afternoon and night diving, as all are available. For non-divers, the island’s attractions include over 35 archaeological sites. After years of traveling, Cozumel is still one of our favorite destinations. Great value, great food and fantastic diving…the perfect combination.