Cozumel is much more than just a stop on your cruise. Here’s how to stay a while — and spend your time like a local.
Each and every year, 3.3 million people visit the Mexican island of Cozumel via cruise ships.
The ships dock for the day, shuffle their passengers off, and likely pass them off to local tours that show travelers around destinations packed with fellow tourists for a few hours before returning them to port.
Sure, this can make for a great vacation, and you’ll certainly get enough photos to fill a Facebook album. But Cozumel has way, way more to offer than just the few blocks lining the ferry port, making it a destination worth spending more time in than most cruises allow. Here’s how to see Cozumel for all its glory over a few days, rather than a few hours.
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