Over the past weeks there has been a steady increase of flights available for travelers to Cozumel. This is a positive indication that international travel is ramping back up which is great news for the island.
While visiting the island, there are incredible tours and experiences for travelers to enjoy. Here are 7 highly rated tours in Cozumel to check out on your next visit to the island.
Snorkeling, Off-Roading, Historical Sightseeing and Lunch in Cozumel
The perfect combination of serenity and adrenaline, this 5 and a half hour adventure is guaranteed to have you grinning from ear to ear.
It is a 3 part tour that includes Off-roading a Honda 250 ATV to the largest Mayan ruins on the island with a final stop at Playa Uvas for Beach club access, lunch and the option to snorkel the second largest barrier reef in the world.
Hotel pick ups are available for groups of 4 or more.
Rates starting at $87 USD per person.
Book your adventure here.
Glass Bottom Boat Guided Snorkel Tour
This quick 2 hour, stress free tour is perfect for beginners.
You will visit 3 of the shallow reefs that Cozumel’s Marine Park has to offer from the comfort of a VIP glass bottom boat, with the option to disembark and partake in guided snorkel through the breathtaking waters.
Past guests have been amazed by the vast amount of marine life. Don’t be surprised if you see sea turtles, stingrays and a plethora of tropical fish!
Tours starting at $30 USD per person with the option of a 2 hour extension at an additional charge.
More details and booking here.
Mr.Sanchos Beach Horseback Ride
Saddle up for an unforgettable 30-minute horseback ride at Mr.Sanchos beach
After a safety briefing you will explore jungle trails, farmland and a beautiful white sandy beach that has brilliant blue waters.
Suitable for families and riders of all levels.
Rides starting at $35 USD.
Check it out here.
All Inclusive Day Pass to Mr.Sanchos Beach Club
Need a little R&R? Look no further – Mr.Sanchos beach club as your back!
Pull up a beach chair and relax beachside or poolside with exclusive access and all inclusive food and drinks for the day.
Rates starting at $62 USD.
Kayaking and other activities are available for an additional cost.
Book your day here.
Atlantis Submarine Expedition
Descent 100 feet (30 meters) and explore the ocean floor at environmentally protected Chankanaab Park. Prepare to be blown away by the beauty of the reef, marine life and rainbow of colours.
This safe, air conditioned, 45 minute submarine tour is perfect for those with time restrictions or who simply want to explore the depths of the sea without getting wet or straining their body.
Not recommended for children 3 and under.
Rates starting at $70 USD. Book your expedition here.
West Coast Snorkeling and E-bike Tour
You’re bound to sleep good after this half day tour! Experience riding an electric bike, snorkeling and tequila!
During this tour you will enjoy a 45 minute stop at Cenote Aerolito de Paraiso, a 90 minute stop at Skyreef Beach Club Cozumel and a 60 minute stop at Mi Mexico Lindo Tequila Tour.
Instructions, Guidance and safety equipment is included.
Tour will be maxed out at 15 people, Not suitable for children under 10 years old.
Prices start at $60 USD per person.
Book your tour here.
Authentic Mexican Cooking Class
Learn about traditional flavours and get a hands on culinary experience from the comfort of Josefina’s home kitchen.
During this tour you will experience a trip to Cozumel’s local market to pick up ingredients to mix up your authentic mexican dish! Included in the price is also a copy of Josefina’s e-cookbook.
This cooking class is maxed out at 8 people to keep it hands on and enjoyable for the whole group. Recipe selections are based on class sizes with vegetarian and gluten free options available.
Rates starting at $100 USD.
Book your 3 hour class here.
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