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For a concentrated collection
of sea sightseeing, your family can head to either Chankanaab Park or Playa Corona
in the south or Castillo Real in the north. Chankanaab Park has a lovely lagoon
and a dolphin aquarium. The park also has botanical gardens, dive shops, gift
shops and restaurants, making is ideal for an all-day excursion.
family can also explore El Cedral and San Gervasio. El Cedral was once the hub
of Mayan activity on the island. Today it hosts a huge festival each May. San
Gervasio is the largest existing Mayan ruin and the island and was the island's
capital and ceremonial center. One of the highlights is the temple that has red
handprints all over the alter.
The island of Cozumel has
many waterside activities for your family to enjoy. Relax on the beach, or go
swimming or windsurfing. Snorkeling and diving are popular around Palancar Reef,
a mountainous underwater formation six miles long and 300 feet high. Since only
about 6% of Cozumel's territory has any development, your family can explore beaches,
lagoons and jungle-like forests to your hearts content.
San Miguel's waterfront
boulevard and the main plaza are the centers of Cozumel's shopping. Thanks to
the island's duty-free status and discriminating cruise ship clientele, Cozumel
has well-stocked stores selling quality Mexican and imported items. An island
specialty is exquisite black coral jewelry.
Spanish, although English
is widely spoken in resort areas.
The Mexican Peso, although
many resorts also accept the U.S. dollar.
average temperature is 80°F with heavier average rainfall in Summer and Fall
months (6.5 to 8.5 inches).|
A valid U.S. passport for US born citizens. Any person under 18 years
of age is considered a minor for travel purposes. Special documentation is needed
in certain circumstances. Those circumstances include, but are not limited to:
Minors traveling unaccompanied or with anyone other than their legal parents/guardians
must obtain an original notarized letter of permission signed by both parents.
Minors traveling with only one parent must have notarized written permission from
the other parent.
In the case of deceased or divorced parents, legal proof
must be carried to have acceptance of just one parent signature (death certificate,
proof of sole custody, etc) and a notarized Affidavit of Sole Custody form will
be given to the parent.