2007 Archive

Archive of news from the year 2007.

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Pack Your Passport

Passport requirements
New US passport requirements.
  Don't forget to bring your passport next time you fly to Mexico.

New regulations in place since January 23, 2007 require US citizens to present their passport when arriving back to the United States by air.
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Relax With a Massage

Relax whilst on vacation in Cozumel - book a professional massage directly with one of the therapists listed in our directory of massage therapists.

Choose from experienced, US-certified therapists.
Cozumel massage
Book massages directly.

You will find information about their experience, qualifications, modalities, prices and availability.

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Mayor's Carnival Message

Dear Visitor

After more than 130 years of Carnival in Cozumel, "Lights... Camera... Action!" is the motto that characterizes Carnival in 2007.

As in every year, the tradition is enriched with the enthusiasm and joy of our people.
Cozumel Carnival
The Mayor of Cozumel.

Cozumel's Carnaval is the most important event of the year as locals come out as one family. We invite our visitors to join us in this week long celebration full of music, dances, costumes, masks and much more.

I truly hope you enjoy the activities brought by this great celebration along with us.

Welcome to Cozumel


Gustavo Ortega JoaquĆ­n
Mayor of Cozumel.
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First Carnival Parade

Cozumel Mexico Carnival 2007
Dancers on the seafront.
  The first Carnival 2007 parade partied down Cozumel seafront last night. Thousands of locals and visitors turned out to dance in the streets and go crazy with the performers.

Brightly decorated, themed floats made their way along the promenade, accompanied by the dancing carnavaleros.

Take a look at our First Parade Photo Gallery.
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130 Years of Carnival History

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130 years of tradition.
  Cozumel's Carnival is thought to be the oldest in the Yucatan Peninsula and possibly in the whole of Mexico.

In 1876, La Revista de Merida magazine, first recorded the event.
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