USA & CAN Toll Free +1 (855) 552-6986  /  Phone & SMS +1 (602) 321-5662

Mexican Caribbean

You've finally saved up enough money to take your family on a trip, got your vacation days ready, and are about to get on that cruise ship you've been waiting for months now, but you ask yourself, "What should I do when I arrive at my dream destination?" Well, no worries, today we will list some of the top activities you can do when you arrive at Cozumel Island (which is no doubt your dream destination) if you're visiting us on a cruise ship. Let's get started!

 1. Ultimate Jeep and Snorkel Adventure

This is without a doubt one of the best ways to visit Cozumel. We’ll drive across the Island towards Punta Sur Eco Park, where you will snorkel in a breath-taking shallow reef. Your guides will provide precise instructions and directions to help you enjoy your tour to its full extent. It’s all about the fresh air hitting your face in this open vehicle and the fun sites your guide will show you.

2. Private Island Tour

Ideal for everyone looking for an introduction to the Island while sitting comfortably in an air conditioned vehicle. You’ll get to choose what you see and when you see it for this is as we like to call it; Your Day, Your Way!!! You can either pick the Private Island Tour Basic or the Private Island Tour Plus; the only difference between these two is the amount of time you get.

Our knowledgeable guides will help you by giving you recommendations, but the final word is all yours.

3. Snorkeling by VIP Glass Bottom Boat “Cubana” at Cozumel with beach break and lunch

One of the best snorkeling tours out there. You'll get a comfortable glass bottom boat and an attentive crew ready to answer all your questions and help you in Cozumel's turquoise waters.

After enjoying your time at sea, the boat will take you to "Tortugas Beach Club" where you'll be able to relax and enjoy yourself while also having a traditional Mexican lunch. We find this a great way to spend the remaining time on the island if you only booked one activity for the day; this way, you can relax by the shore.

4. Full Day of Fun

An unbelievable mixture of all the fun things the island has to offer. We combine the pleasure of being out at sea with all the best sites on land.

When you return from your ocean adventure, you will be treated to a marvelous traditional Mexican lunch. After lunch, your dreams and our expertise will design an afternoon of site-seeing that will create memories to last a lifetime.

5. Clear boat at Cozumel

Walking with the ocean at your feet sounded like a fantasy until now, here you have a crystal-clear boat that will take you around some of the coolest sightseeing spots Cozumel’s underwater world has to offer.

Perfect for those that would like to see what the depths of our ocean look like but aren’t so convinced about getting wet. Here, you’ll be able to have a drink while simultaneously looking at what divers see every day, minus the whole equipment.

6. Snorkeling at Colombia, Palancar, & El Cielo from Tortugas Beach

This activity will take you to the most popular snorkeling destinations in Cozumel, and you’ll get to know the local’s favorite spot, “El Cielito”, the perfect place for a water picnic. This spot is also known as “Playa el Cielo”.

The crystal-clear waters at “El Cielo” are breathtaking, so are the marvelous coral formations at Colombia and Palancar Reefs; our Island has something for everyone. “El Cielo”, one of the most well-known destinations at Cozumel, has made its name due to the number of starfish that live there.

7. Tulum Express Private (Ideal for Cruise Ship passengers)

To close off this list, we have a trip to one of the most famous Mayan sites in Quintana Roo, with its impressive ruins and breathtaking turquoise waters, Tulum.

This private activity is excellent for those with a passion for history and learning about different cultures. We'll discuss the Mayan culture as it was during the times of Tulum. Also, taking time to examine the inscriptions and murals on the temples, describing the decoration, rich iconography, and its meaning to the Mayan. If your schedule allows it, you may also have time for some shopping or a dip at the beach before returning to Cozumel.