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  May 15, 2015.    

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Book Now To Save On Cozumel Dune Buggy Tour

Cozumel Dune Buggy Offer

Book before July 31, 2015 and save $15 per person on our Dune Buggy Tour! You'll feel the cool Caribbean breeze in your hair as you tour Cozumel driving your very own dune buggy right round the island.


An Ancient Mystical Journey (In 2015)

Only a week remains until an amazing three-day reenactment brings to life the ancient, mystical journey said to have been taken by the Maya, in their quest to pay tribute to the goddess Ix Chel in Cozumel.


Deal Signed For Cozumel Sheraton Hotel

Starwood Hotels, the American owners of Sheraton, announced, last week, they have signed a deal with Mexican company, Inmobiliaria Punta Tormentos, to build a new beachfront hotel in Cozumel.


Dust Settles At El Cedral In Cozumel

The dust from thousands of hooves and dancing revellers' feet has finally settled after the Festival of El Cedral in Cozumel, last weekend.


Great Chance To Try SUP In Cozumel

If you've been waiting to try stand-up paddleboarding then now is your chance. Our fun introduction from a beach downtown in Cozumel is 20% off and now costs just $60!


More And Cheaper Cozumel Ferries

There are now more passenger ferries between Playa del Carmen on the mainland and Cozumel Island and average fare prices have come down, with the introduction a new ferry company.


Cozumel's Best Snorkeling For Less Money

Now you can visit the very best snorkeling locations in the south of Cozumel for just $49, reduced from $56!


Different Time Differences

Cozumel time zone

The new time zone in the south-east of Mexico means time differences after this weekend will be, well... different!


Cozumel Could "Float" To Avoid Rising Sea

Cozumel cenote

This story was posted as an April Fool joke and is entirely fictitious.

Geologists in Mexico are proposing an innovative solution for Cozumel and other Caribbean islands faced with rising sea levels due to global warming.


Seeking The Cozumel Thrasher

Cozumel thrasher

« Special guest article by nature writer, Greg Munson »  I was about halfway across the island when I caught it out of the corner of my eye. I saw only the back of its reddish-brown body as it disappeared into the jungle a short distance away.


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