Friday, June 12, 2009



The island of Cozumel Mexico is one of the world's most popular destinations. Located about 40 miles off the shore of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cozumel Mexico has a variety of intriguing activities, including scuba diving, snorkeling, golfing and a host of tours. Long before the Spanish began colonizing the island, the ancient Mayans inhabited Cozumel Mexico. The Mayans believed that the island held special powers to aid in fertility and childbirth. Women from all parts of Mayan civilization came to Cozumel Mexico to worship. Like the ancient Mayans, today many cruise ship passengers and tourists still flock to Cozumel Mexico each year.
Cruises are one of the more popular ways to visit Cozumel. Cozumel travel often involves a cruise ship tour of Cozumel and other spots along the Yucatan. The island also has its own airport, which makes Cozumel travel quite convenient. Depending on the location of your hotel and your specific Cozumel travel plans, you may want to rent a car at the airport. If not, there will be plenty of taxis waiting to take you wherever you need to go.
A typical Cozumel Mexico vacation can include anything from lying on the beach, to touring the jungle. Ancient Mayan civilizations still exist in their primitive form and tours of the ruins are readily available. Note that most tour companies do not operate on national holidays, so you may want to book your tour in advance to be sure you'll have a spot. Another popular tour takes place in the water. Dolphin Discovery Cozumel gives guest the chance to swim with dolphins. For a moderate fee, guests will be allowed to swim amongst, touch, and play with, dolphins. Although there are age requirements, the dolphin swim program is also an excellent choice for Cozumel family travel.

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