the largest island in Mexico; measuring 33 miles long and 8 miles
wide, located 12 miles off the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, is
a paradise playground.
Cozumel is a rarity in today's travel world. It has maintained a
laid back, relaxed pace and a distinctive Mexican culture, yet it
has all the services of a larger travel destination. Want shopping,
a variety of restaurants, nightlife, beaches, watersports, and a
relaxed atmosphere to compliment diving? No problem in Cozumel !
Divers world wide have discovered Cozumel's most valuable treasure...
it's coral reefs. Cozumel is constantly bathed by the south to north
flow of the Yucatan current, which produces visibility often exceeding
100 feet, and most dives are conducted as mild drift diving. The
underwater landscape includes majestic cliffs, canyons, tunnels,
and cathedrals overgrown with black coral, sponges, and giant sea
fans. The reefs and walls support a prolific amount of friendly
fish life such as giant groupers and angelfish.