Do in CozumelSo much to do, why not start here?
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All you can eat and DRINK, pirate fun, and amazing caribbean sea at sunset. Need we say more?
The two-transition course starts with a single-loop swim in water that is teeming with tropical fish within the protected waters of the Reefs of Cozumel National Park at Chankanaab Park Beach. The 180-kilometer, three-lap bike course in Cozumel is pancake-flat, taking competitors along the spectacular coastline of beaches and resorts and through the town of San Miguel de Cozumel (San Miguel is the only “town” I live in San Miguel but no one calls it that.)… The three-loop run is lined with local supporters and bands playing traditional Mexican music, creating a festival-liked atmosphere. The finish line is at the city hall square in San Miguel de Cozumel, where local residents provide support to all finishers like they were seasoned veterans of IRONMAN spectating.
San Gervasio Mayan Archeological Park -The biggest, most important and only official archaeological site of the island. It is also a sanctuary to Ixchel, goddess of fertility and love. For Mayan women it was an obligation to visit Cozumel at least once in their lifetime to pay tribute to Ixchel.
You can be witness of the Mayan culture and its mysteries.
The Museum of Cozumel – Very nice exhibits, great jewelry shops (one of the shop owners lives next door to Baldwin’s) and a really nice restaurant on 2nd floor balcony overlooking the channel between Cozumel and Playa Del Carmen.