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Cozumel archaeology
Cozumel archaeological sites.
 

Cozumel hosted an international archaeological meeting for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), last week, strengthening its ties with the body and experts from around the world.

The two day event studied the astronomical knowledge of the island's people before the arrival of the Spanish.

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Never tried diving before but would like to give it a go?

We have the perfect, safe option for you here in Cozumel's calm, crystal clear waters and you save $10 per person too!

 
Cozumel resort dive
Cozumel resort dive.
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With so much information out there about Cozumel, it's inevitable that some of it will be wrong. 

But at This is Cozumel we take great pride in the quality of our content, so in this series we plan to correct some of the biggest errors, debunk the myths and reveal the truth about the island.

In this first article we'd like to set the record straight about Cozumel's size and correct the frequent claims that Cozumel is "Mexico's largest island".

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Here are 30 great reasons to visit Cozumel in a special guest photo article by Matt Kohn, who recently spent 10 days on the island.

Taken from his travel, fitness and positive psychology blog, A Different Hunger, Matt says he was inspired to write it because "Cozumel is a beautiful place!"

  Cozumel 30 Reasons.
Matt in Cozumel.
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Cozumel Passion Island
Save on Jeep adventure!
 

For a limited time only, visit this fantastic all-inclusive getaway on a private island by off-road Jeep and pay just $60 per adult! (usually $65)

After an exciting all-terrain journey through the Cozumel jungle, you'll arrive for an unforgettable day of relaxation away from crowds.

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