Arriving to Cozumel and then getting around the island.

Information about airport transfers, car rentals, taxis tours, cruises, flights, ferries, bikes, driving and the marina.


Why wait or fight for a taxi when you arrive to Cozumel airport when you can pre-book and save all the hassle?

We work with the only Cozumel airport transfer agency to have their own dedicated representatives and desk, based conveniently next to the arrivals lounge inside the airport.

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Cozumel car rental
Book Car rentals in Cozumel.
  Six great models with no hidden extras.

Get around the island independently and really enjoy all it has to offer.

Pick-up and drop-off at the airport, your hotel, the ferry pier or cruise terminal.
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See the island comfortably by taxi, with a friendly, English-speaking driver.

Stop at the beach, go shopping, visit Mayan ruins, snorkel from the shore and eat a real Mexican lunch.

Do whatever you like, it's your own private tour!


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Cozumel cruises
Cruise ships in Cozumel.
  Cozumel is one of the world's top cruise ship destinations, on the busiest days there can be more than 10 ships in port at a time.

Many cruise lines stop at the island on their western Caribbean itineraries from the southern United States.
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Cozumel International Airport has many direct flights to North America and Mexico City.

If you're arriving to the island by air we offer excellent Cozumel airport transfers and car rentals from the airport.

There is also a convenient air shuttle offering Cozumel-Cancun flights.

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Cozumel ferry
Ferries to Cozumel.

Three ferry companies operate the route between Cozumel and Playa del Carmen on the mainland: Mexico Waterjets (blue and white) and Ultramar (yellow) and Barcos Caribe (turquoise and pink).

The crossing takes about 40 minutes and departs from the Ferry Pier downtown.

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Car Ferry

Transcaribe operates the car ferry route between Cozumel and Calica, just south of Playa del Carmen, on the mainland.

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Renting a bike in Cozumel is a great way to see the island, keep fit and be ecological.

In partnership with a trusted local rental agency, we offer good quality mountain bikes and cruisers, available to book in advance.

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If you rent a vehicle whilst in Cozumel why not take a look at our island driving tips?

From parking to bumps in the road, find some great advice in this quick guide.

Cozumel driving tips.
Buggy sunset.
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Cozumel time
Cozumel clocktower.


The new time zone in the south-east of Mexico means Cozumel no longer changes the clocks for Daylight Saving Time in the spring or fall, which affects the time difference between Cozumel and the U.S., Canada and other parts of Mexico.

If you're arriving on a cruise ship then understanding the difference between ship time and local time can be very important, especially if you've booked one of our Cozumel tours.

Different cruise lines have different ways of deciding what time their ships take.


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There are 5 main piers in Cozumel.

Punta Langosta, the International Pier (SSA) and Puerta Maya are the three cruise ship piers.

The downtown Ferry Pier is used for passenger ferries to Playa del Carmen and sometimes for cruise ship tenders.

Cozumel piers
Cozumel piers.
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Flying between Cozumel and Cancun offers amazing views and is a great way to get to and from the island, especially if you want to connect with another flight in Cancun.

Visit the website for local airline Mayair for more information.

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From Cancun Airport, you can take a bus or taxi to Playa del Carmen down the coast to the south.

The trip takes about 60-90 minutes, depending on traffic on the coastal highway.

Or if you prefer, you can pick up a rental car at Cancun Airport and drop it off at Playa del Carmen near the pier, contact us for more information and reservations.

Cozumel piers
Cancun airport to Cozumel.
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Cozumel Marina
Cozumel Marina.

The new 333 berth Cozumel marina represents one of the current Mexican government's largest investments in tourism infrastructure.

It's construction has been managed by Fonatur, the same federal agency that created the Mexican Caribbean resort of Cancun.

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