Best things to do in Cozumel

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Albeit a small island off the Mexican coast, Cozumel has great character and a plethora of extreme sports activities, notably water sports such as cavern diving, scuba diving and snorkelling excursions.

With over 300 restaurants on the island, Cozumel is a coveted spot for holidaymakers around the globe.

The island is about 48 km (30 mi) long and 16 km (9.9 mi) wide and is covered with a mangrove forest, which has many endemic animal species. Cozumel is a flat island based on limestone. The highest natural point on the island is less than 49 feet above sea level.

Located close to the Yucatan channel, opposite the Mexican Playa del Carmen, Cozumel is privy to Dos Ojos and Chac Mool, two of the most famous cenotes in the area.

Caverns are formed when limestone ground dissolves and collapses above an underground network of caves and rivers. This geological feature is typical of the Yucatan peninsula and some of them can have freshwater on the surface and salt water deep down. Cozumel's cenotes are restricted to qualified cave divers with appropriate credentials.

Other activities on the island include parasailing and kitesurfing.

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About

Albeit a small island off the Mexican coast, Cozumel has great character and a plethora of extreme sports activities, notably water sports such as cavern diving, scuba diving and snorkelling excursions.

With over 300 restaurants on the island, Cozumel is a coveted spot for holidaymakers around the globe.

The island is about 48 km (30 mi) long and 16 km (9.9 mi) wide and is covered with a mangrove forest, which has many endemic animal species. Cozumel is a flat island based on limestone. The highest natural point on the island is less than 49 feet above sea level.

Located close to the Yucatan channel, opposite the Mexican Playa del Carmen, Cozumel is privy to Dos Ojos and Chac Mool, two of the most famous cenotes in the area.

Caverns are formed when limestone ground dissolves and collapses above an underground network of caves and rivers. This geological feature is typical of the Yucatan peninsula and some of them can have freshwater on the surface and salt water deep down. Cozumel's cenotes are restricted to qualified cave divers with appropriate credentials.

Other activities on the island include parasailing and kitesurfing.

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