If you haven’t experienced Cozumel, or want to go back for more, keep reading as we compile some of the must-try activities in Cozumel. Here’s a list of the Top 7 most affordable tours in Cozumel, offering a variety of adventures for less than $100 USD!
The bustling tourist activities in the Caribbean are back, led by Cozumel Island in Quintana Roo, whose docks and airstrips are getting the highest record of passengers daily. This favorite cruise destination in Mexico has crystal-clear beaches and alluring underwater landscapes, drawing tourists to its beauty.
Paradise Beach Exclusive All-Inclusive Day Pass (~$64)
Admit it. When you hear “Caribbean”, you imagine sunbathing on a lounge chair by the pool under the shade of palm trees and sipping fresh coconut juice. Live the ultimate Caribbean experience on Paradise Beach away from the crowd!
This beach club offers you a luxurious buffet and unlimited drinks in the comfort of your beach chair. Indulge further and get a beachside massage and shop in their boutique! This is the definition of an elevated relaxation experience. The current price as of writing this article is $64 USD, but you can check the updated prices in real-time below.
Cozumel Horseback Riding Tour (~$35)
This one is the most unique on the list. Saddle up a horse at Mr. Sancho’s beach and have a 30-minute tour of Cozumel. This guided tour takes you through the jungle, mangrove forests, and farms. At the end of the trail, you will be greeted by the breathtaking beach and sparkly waters of the Caribbean coast. The current price for this tour is $35 USD, but prices may have changed since the publishing of this article.
After the tour, you can visit Mr. Sancho’s Beach Club and buy a day pass that provides access to all-you-can-eat meals and refreshing drinks. This is perfect after your trip under the sun! This adventure is great for families and couples who want to see all of Cozumel’s beauty.
ATV Mud Kicking and Snorkeling by Boat (~$90)
How about an all-terrain vehicle through the jungle of Cozumel to the Jade caverns and a cenote. Take a dip in the fresh, pristine waters with some cliff diving while you’re at it.
If this is not enough, lounge in a local beach club and try snorkeling. Surely, you will need lunch and refreshments after spending time in the water. Fortunately, they have this arranged for you as well! At the time of writing this article, the price is on sale for ~$81 USD, but you can check their prices below.
Cozumel Turtle Sanctuary Snorkel Tour (~$60)
Have you gone “underwater hopping”? This adventure is going to take you to four different underwater sites to let you see the richness of marine diversity around Cozumel, including the famous El Cielo Reefs!
They will take care of the snorkeling equipment, snacks, and drinks. All you have to do is hop on the boat and relax. Although the current price for this tour is only $60 USD, it could potentially change since publishing this article. Below is a link to check their most up-to-date prices.
Buggy Ride with Snorkel and Lunch (~$73)
Drive around the island with a buggy! This guided ride welcomes novice drivers who want to see the Mayan ruin, El Cedral, and go snorkeling at the heart of Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park.
Guests will also be treated to a Mexican food trip, so prepare your appetite for some fish ceviche, authentic fajitas, and pico de gallo at the San Martin Beach Club. This is quite the complete package! Be aware that prices could have changed since publishing this article. We recommend checking the link below for real-time prices.
Parasailing at Tortugas Beach Club (~$70)
This adventure prides itself on making your parasailing experience unforgettable as they let you access the Tortugas Beach Club before and after you parasail. Your bird’s eye view of the San Miguel de Cozumel indeed offers an astonishing sight.
Get ready to lift off, and savor the wind on your face when you parasail. And don’t forget your cameras to capture the thrill when you’re high above the water!
Cozumel Dune Buggy Off-Road Tour to Mayan Village With Snorkeling and Lunch (~$85)
If you want some adventure with a touch of culture, drive a dune buggy on off-road trails and walk along San Gervasio Park to witness ancient Mayan ruins. To cap this off, relax and delve into the majestic barrier reefs of the Caribbean.
Afterward, dial down the thrill and treat yourself to a delicious lunch at the Playa Uvas Beach Club. This is truly a complete Caribbean cruise.
This list of cruise stop excursions is proof of the variety of experiences that await you in Cozumel, but this is just the beginning! By 2023, more flights from US and Canada will be available to take you directly to Cozumel. So pack your bags, take your family and friends, and be sure not to miss out on this experience!
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