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During our tour of Cozumel island, we enjoyed several stops on the East side, also known as the windward or wild side. These areas are a world away from the hustle and bustle of the port and the tourist areas and shows a side of...More
We strongly recommend a trip to the "wild side" to find some nature. It was a good break from the crowds and touristy areas. We rented a scooter for the day which I would recommend only if you have experience as it was a little...More
This is my favorite beach to stop and explore. The rock/coral formations offer great views but are hard to walk on - wearing tennis shoes makes it easier. Not good for younger kids on the rocks, but still lots for them to explore. Nice little...More
Biggest recommendation - if you are going to climb on the rock formations, wear good shoes! These holes are huge and can swallow your foot very easily. Great photo ops and the view is just breathtaking.
We stopped here for the water. The beach is not a pretty white sand beach, but the water is so pretty and the pools left behind when the waves hit the rocks are wonderful for swimming. We also had lunch near here which was reasonably...More
This was the second stop on the Mayan Ruin, Beach and Chocolate tasting tour. It was 15-20 minutes, which gave enough time to walk to the limestone areas and take photos. There are two limestone arches, the one to the right having the Mexican flag...More