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Sea in Cozumel

So much to see, but the sea is the best.

Cozumel is now listed as the #1 place for scuba diving in the world. but under, over, or near, Cozumel is full of charming ways to enjoy the clear blue water.

We are always available to answer questions, or offer suggestions on ways to enjoy our beautiful sea.


See the SEA links below for more information and recommendations!

S E A

Playa Palancar – There are always plenty of places to sit, so grab a couple of lounge chairs and an umbrella (they’ll be free if you order something to eat and/or drink) and relax. Don’t be surprised if a peacock strolls by. There are a few that live at Playa Palancar.

There is a bar/restaurant and wait service, so order all the cold cervezas, margaritas, fish tacos, guacamole and ceviche that your heart desires. Facilities include changing rooms, bathrooms, an outdoor shower, massages and three little shacks for souvenir shopping. Be sure to bring cash because the bar/restaurant and shops don’t accept credit cards.

http://buceopalancar.com.mx/en/

The Money Bar – Great beach club!

You just walk in, sit down, start ordering off the menu and swim, snorkel, etc. Free to enter. At night there is music and dancing.

http://moneybarbeachclub.com/

Punta Sur Beach Park – The largest ecological reserve in Cozumel. Discover the best beach in Cozumel, take pictures of exotic birds and wild flora and watch the crocodiles in their natural habitat. Don´t forget to climb the historic Celarain Lighthouse and from there enjoy the spectacular panoramic views, as well as taking the amazing boat ride across the Colombia Lagoon.

http://www.cozumelparks.com/eng/punta_sur.cfm

Chankanaab – (word that comes from the Mayan language and means “little sea) Located inside Cozumel´s National Marine Park. Enjoy their beautiful beach park and spend your day either snorkeling or scuba diving while admiring schools of tropical fish, colorful reefs and underwater statues. You can also enjoy a fresh hand-made tortilla at the Mayan casita, stop by the crocodile exhibition or the sea lion show, or perhaps relax with a massage in front of the lagoon that gives the park its name. These are only a few of the many activities you can enjoy at Chankanaab.

http://www.cozumelparks.com/eng/chankanaab.cfm