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"...the most incredible experience ever!" is the usual emotion-filled exclamation from participants who get a chance to play, splash, carress and interact with one of the world's most intelligent animals. A variety of programs designed to fascinate and educate are available for dolphin lovers of most any age.
Cozumel was one of famed oceanographer Jacque Cousteau's favorite playgrounds. Discover why he loved the area so much by joining one of the islands expert dive masters for exciting adventures on Plancar Reef and other outstanding dive sites.
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Clearly visible from Playa Del Carmen lies the island paradise of Cozumel with its spectacular coral reefs and its dazzlingly clear waters. A mecca for SCUBA divers, Cozumel offers World Class dive sites just a stone's throw from the shore and justly merits its place among the leading dive locations of the world. Boasting the archeological site of San Gervasio, Chankanaab National Park and the Punta Sur Ecological Reserve, Cozumel has a huge amount to offer the visitor - both above and below the water line!
Like most Caribbean islands, Cozumel is filled with local spots serving fresh fish and shellfish dishes including, red snapper, Caribbean lobster and conch. These and other popular dishes are prepared with various spices and chili peppers commonly used in Quintana Roo cooking.
Although you can reasonably place Cozumel in the "sleepy island" category, there are plenty of places to ensure an excellent night on the town. A few places keep the party going until the break of dawn, including the well known spot Neptuno, considered one of the hippest night spots on the island with its great music and party atmosphere.
No vacation is complete without bringing something home to remind you of your adventure. Cozumel, although a sleepy Mexican-Caribbean island known more for it's exceptional scuba diving, also happens to be the most visited island in the world for cruise ships.... and that means SHOPPING. The main street facing the harbor is lined with jewelry and perfume shops offering a large selection of duty-free bargains. There are plenty of smaller local shops, boutiques, art galleries and souvenir stands along the side-streets to satisfy any shopper's gift list.