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Top Things to Do in Cozumel 

The Explorean Cozumel offers easy access to a wide range of things to do in Cozumel, and our staff organizes various activities daily as part of the room rate. 

Cozumel is the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean, a destination famous for its  

ancient Mayan ruins, secluded, sandy beaches and breathtaking underwater reefs and cenotes. In 2016 UNESCO added Cozumel to its World Network of Biosphere 

Reserves, which ensures that the island's stunning landscapes, on land and under the sea, will be preserved for generations to come.   

Each day at The Explorean Cozumel brings new and exciting things to do and attractions to see. Select from a range of guided expeditions and treks in and around Cozumel and deep into the tropical jungle, allowing you to learn about and explore the exotic surroundings. Activities range from cycling along the coast and snorkeling the Colombia Reef to sunset kayaking, hiking, off-road Jeep tours and exploring the deserted beaches, lush tropical mangroves and exposed reefs of Punta Sur.  

Fiesta Americana Cozumel All Inclusive
The Explorean Cozumel
Chankanaab Park
Punta Sur Park
Museo de la Isla
Country Club Cozumel
Chankanaab park near the La Colección Resorts

Chankanaab Park

This family-friendly park offers a picturesque lagoon where you can dive and swim with dolphins, as well as shops, bars and restaurants.

Punta Sur Park near Fiesta Americana Cozumel

Punta Sur Park

Punta Sur Eco Tourist Park features pristine beaches, diversity of flora and fauna, spectacular views from the Celarain lighthouse and an amazing boat ride through the Laguna de Colombia.

Island Museum near the La Colección Resorts

Museo de la Isla

The Museum of the Island of Cozumel allows visitors to explore the history of the island, from the era of its first inhabitants to modern day.

Country club Cozumel near the La Colección Resorts

Country Club Cozumel

This relaxed club features an 18-hole golf course, as well as an Audubon Society-certified sanctuary, which is open for guided visits.

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