Welcome to Cozumel in the Mexican Caribbean
The island of Cozumel is Mexico’s largest island and is located in the western Caribbean, about 45 mi (72km) south of Cancun – about 12 mi (19 km) off the coastline of the Yucatan Peninsula and approximately 11 mi (18 km) opposite Playa del Carmen.
Reached by 2 passenger ferries (Ultramar or Winjet), a car ferry or by airplane, this small island which is about 30 mi (48 km) long and about 10 mi (16 km) wide is renowned for its scuba diving and snorkeling. The one town on the island is San Miguel with an island population of approximately 100,000 locals, both Mexican nationals and expats. Cozumel relies heavily on tourism to survive and with a dive shop on every corner you can imagine what the main attraction is. Our reefs.
Cozumel Reefs National Marine Park has some of the best diving and snorkeling sites in the world. With over 30 reefs to dive, the selection of wall dives and shallow dives will keep even the most adventurous diver happy. The abundance of fish, turtles, eagle rays, nurse sharks and even the occasional dolphin is what keeps divers coming back. It would be criminal if we didn’t mention the splendid toadfish – a peculiar colorful fish endemic to Cozumel.
Come to Cozumel and enjoy the beauty our island has to offer – above and below the surface.