101 Things to do In Cozumel That You Won’t Find on Google

101 Things to do In Cozumel That You Won’t Find on Google

101 Things to do In Cozumel That You Won't Find on Google

101 Things to do In Cozumel That You Won't Find on Google

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101 Things to do In Cozumel That You Won’t Find on Google

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101 Things to do In Cozumel That You Won’t Find on Google

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  1.   Visit Punta Sur Ecological Park
  2. Playa Mia Grand Beach Park
  3. Discover Cozumel's Waters on a Catamaran
  4. The Mayan Ruins
  5. The Mayan Cacao Company
  6. Climb to the top of the lighthouse to see amazing island views
  7. Chankanaab Adventure Park
  8. San Gervasio Ruins
  9. Jade Cavern
  10. East Coast Beaches
  11. Check out the best spots to eat, drink, play and just chill, according to Cozumelenos
  12. Visit the Cozumel Museum
  13. Take a Jeep tour of the island
  14. Go on a tequila tasting tour
  15. Visit the Cozumel Pearl Farm
  16. Take a cooking class to learn how to make traditional Mexican dishes
  17. Go on a bird watching tour
  18. Take a sunset sail
  19. Visit the Cozumel Butterfly and Botanical Gardens
  20. Go on a horseback riding tour
  21. Take a yoga class on the beach
  22. Take a glass-bottom boat tour
  23. Go on a submarine tour to see the underwater world
  24. Visit the Cozumel Lighthouse
  25. Take a bike tour of the island
  26. Snorkel or scuba dive
  27. Explore a "National Park"
  28. Go clubbing Cozumel style
  29. Visit Dolphinaris Cozumel
  30. Visit Dr. Adolfo Rosado Salas Monument
  31. Swim and snorkel at Playa Chen Rio
  32. Enjoy a beach club
  33. Visit San Miguel, the capital of Cozumel
  34. Go shopping
  35. Experience Temazcal Cozumel
  36. Rent a Jeep, scooter, or convertible
  37. Visit Playa Palancar
  38. Snorkel at Playa El Cielo
  39. Rent a catamaran
  40. Visit Zona Arqueologica San Gervasio
  41. Visit Punta Chiqueros
  42. Go paragliding
  43. Visit San Martin Beach
  44. Visit Playa Mia Grand Beach Park, Paradise Beach
  45. Visit Nachi Cocom Beach Club & Water Sport Center
  46. Visit Punta Sur Eco Beach Park
  47. Visit Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park (“National Marine Park”)
  48. Visit the Cozumel Fisherman's Cooperative
  49. Take a pottery class
  50. Visit the Cozumel Tequila Factory
  51. Take a salsa and margarita-making class
  52. Visit the Cozumel Pirate Museum
  53. Take a tequila and taco tour
  54. Visit the Cozumel Cemetery
  55. Take a snorkeling tour to see the underwater statues
  56. Visit the Cozumel Art Museum
  57. Take a cooking class to learn how to make ceviche
  58. Visit the Cozumel History Museum
  59. Take a tequila and mezcal tasting tour
  60. Visit the Cozumel Nature Reserve
  61. Visit the Cozumel Naval Base
  62. Visit the Cozumel City Hall
  63. Visit the Cozumel Municipal Museum
  64. Go on a jungle tour
  65. Visit the Cozumel Sea Turtle Sanctuary
  66. Take a chocolate-making class
  67. Visit the Cozumel Botanical Garden
  68. Take a zip line tour
  69. Visit the Cozumel Crocodile Sanctuary
  70. Take a stand-up paddle boarding lesson
  71. Visit the Cozumel Country Club
  72. Take a photography tour
  73. Visit the Cozumel Municipal Market
  74. Go on a deep-sea fishing trip
  75. Take a kite boarding lesson
  76. Visit the Cozumel Cultural Center
  77. Take a snorkeling tour to see the underwater sculptures
  78. Visit the Cozumel Planetarium
  79. Take a horse-drawn carriage tour of the island
  80. Visit the Cozumel Golf Club
  81. Take a parasailing tour
  82. Visit the Cozumel Naval History Museum
  83. Take a beach volleyball lesson
  84. Visit the Cozumel Post Office
  85. Take a tour of the Cozumel Hospital
  86. Take a tour of the Cozumel Courthouse
  87. Visit the Cozumel Public Library
  88. Take a tour of the Cozumel Airport
  89. Visit the Cozumel Immigration Office
  90. Visit the Cozumel Tax Office
  91. Visit the Cozumel Chamber of Commerce
  92. Visit the Cozumel Police Department
  93. Take a tour of the Cozumel Water Treatment Plant
  94. Visit the Cozumel Electric Company
  95. Take a tour of the Cozumel Gas Company
  96. Visit the Cozumel Telephone Company
  97. Take a tour of the Cozumel Cable Company
  98. Visit the Cozumel Internet Provider
  99. Take a tour of the Cozumel DMV
  100. Visit the Cozumel Police Station
  101. Take a tour of the Cozumel Sewage Treatment Plant

These are just a few of the many things to do in Cozumel, Mexico while staying at Villa Deja Blue. Whether you're looking for adventure, relaxation, or culture, Cozumel has something for everyone.

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Things to do In Cozumel That You Won’t Find on Google
E Bike Ride
Go shopping
Snorkel at Playa El Cielo
Chankanaab State Park Cozumel
Take a cooking class to learn how to make traditional Mexican dishes
Go on a bird watching tour
Horse-Drawn Carriage Tours in Cozumel
San Gervasio Cozumel
Electric Horse Carriages Cozumel
  1.   Visit Punta Sur Ecological Park
  2. Playa Mia Grand Beach Park
  3. Discover Cozumel’s Waters on a Catamaran
  4. The Mayan Ruins
  5. The Mayan Cacao Company
  6. Climb to the top of the lighthouse to see amazing island views
  7. Chankanaab Adventure Park
  8. San Gervasio Ruins
  9. Jade Cavern
  10. East Coast Beaches
  11. Check out the best spots to eat, drink, play and just chill, according to Cozumelenos
  12. Visit the Cozumel Museum
  13. Take a Jeep tour of the island
  14. Go on a tequila tasting tour
  15. Visit the Cozumel Pearl Farm
  16. Take a cooking class to learn how to make traditional Mexican dishes
  17. Go on a bird watching tour
  18. Take a sunset sail
  19. Visit the Cozumel Butterfly and Botanical Gardens
  20. Go on a horseback riding tour
  21. Take a yoga class on the beach
  22. Take a glass-bottom boat tour
  23. Go on a submarine tour to see the underwater world
  24. Visit the Cozumel Lighthouse
  25. Take a bike tour of the island
  26. Snorkel or scuba dive
  27. Explore a “National Park”
  28. Go clubbing Cozumel style
  29. Visit Dolphinaris Cozumel
  30. Visit Dr. Adolfo Rosado Salas Monument
  31. Swim and snorkel at Playa Chen Rio
  32. Enjoy a beach club
  33. Visit San Miguel, the capital of Cozumel
  34. Go shopping
  35. Experience Temazcal Cozumel
  36. Rent a Jeep, scooter, or convertible
  37. Visit Playa Palancar
  38. Snorkel at Playa El Cielo
  39. Rent a catamaran
  40. Visit Zona Arqueologica San Gervasio
  41. Visit Punta Chiqueros
  42. Go paragliding
  43. Visit San Martin Beach
  44. Visit Playa Mia Grand Beach Park, Paradise Beach
  45. Visit Nachi Cocom Beach Club & Water Sport Center
  46. Visit Punta Sur Eco Beach Park
  47. Visit Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park (“National Marine Park”)
  48. Visit the Cozumel Fisherman’s Cooperative
  49. Take a pottery class
  50. Visit the Cozumel Tequila Factory
  51. Take a salsa and margarita-making class
  52. Visit the Cozumel Pirate Museum
  53. Take a tequila and taco tour
  54. Visit the Cozumel Cemetery
  55. Take a snorkeling tour to see the underwater statues
  56. Visit the Cozumel Art Museum
  57. Take a cooking class to learn how to make ceviche
  58. Visit the Cozumel History Museum
  59. Take a tequila and mezcal tasting tour
  60. Visit the Cozumel Nature Reserve
  61. Visit the Cozumel Naval Base
  62. Visit the Cozumel City Hall
  63. Visit the Cozumel Municipal Museum
  64. Go on a jungle tour
  65. Visit the Cozumel Sea Turtle Sanctuary
  66. Take a chocolate-making class
  67. Visit the Cozumel Botanical Garden
  68. Take a zip line tour
  69. Visit the Cozumel Crocodile Sanctuary
  70. Take a stand-up paddle boarding lesson
  71. Visit the Cozumel Country Club
  72. Take a photography tour
  73. Visit the Cozumel Municipal Market
  74. Go on a deep-sea fishing trip
  75. Take a kite boarding lesson
  76. Visit the Cozumel Cultural Center
  77. Take a snorkeling tour to see the underwater sculptures
  78. Visit the Cozumel Planetarium
  79. Take a horse-drawn carriage tour of the island
  80. Visit the Cozumel Golf Club
  81. Take a parasailing tour
  82. Visit the Cozumel Naval History Museum
  83. Take a beach volleyball lesson
  84. Visit the Cozumel Post Office
  85. Take a tour of the Cozumel Hospital
  86. Take a tour of the Cozumel Courthouse
  87. Visit the Cozumel Public Library
  88. Take a tour of the Cozumel Airport
  89. Visit the Cozumel Immigration Office
  90. Visit the Cozumel Tax Office
  91. Visit the Cozumel Chamber of Commerce
  92. Visit the Cozumel Police Department
  93. Take a tour of the Cozumel Water Treatment Plant
  94. Visit the Cozumel Electric Company
  95. Take a tour of the Cozumel Gas Company
  96. Visit the Cozumel Telephone Company
  97. Take a tour of the Cozumel Cable Company
  98. Visit the Cozumel Internet Provider
  99. Take a tour of the Cozumel DMV
  100. Visit the Cozumel Police Station
  101. Take a tour of the Cozumel Sewage Treatment Plant

These are just a few of the many things to do in Cozumel, Mexico while staying at Villa Deja Blue. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or culture, Cozumel has something for everyone.

101 Things to do In Cozumel That You Won’t Find on Google

Feel free to review more details about these relaxation seekers by downloading an Excel Spreadsheet or CSV File that describes why they choose to stay with us at Villa Deja Blue in Cozumel.
101 Things to do In Cozumel That You Won't Find on Google
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