2007 Archive

Archive of news from the year 2007.

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More Than 800 Turtle Nests

Cozumel turtle nests
Nesting at night.
  Hopefully some 90 thousand baby turtles will hatch from over 800 nests on the island's east coast, said Christopher González Baca, Deputy Director for the Environment and Ecology in Cozumel, at the end of last month.
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Carnival 2008 Dates Confirmed

The Mayor of Cozumel, Gustavo Ortega Joaquín, confirmed yesterday that the main events for Cozumel's 2008 Carnival will run from Wednesday, January 23 to Wednesday, January 30.

The dates have been brought forward one week from those originally anticipated, due to a clash with local Municipal and State elections.
Cozumel Carnival 2008 dates
Get ready for Carnival!
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Exclusive Beach Pass Offer

Beach kayaks
See tropical fish through clear-bottomed kayaks.
  This is Cozumel has teamed up with Playa Uvas luxury beach club to offer you all-inclusive day passes at a special discounted price.

Book before the end of the September to visit in September or October and save $5 on the usual price for the Kayak, Snorkel and Beach package - pay just $54 for adults or $37 for children.

An open bar, lunch, clear-bottomed kayak tour, snorkel tour and equipment are all included in the price.
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Escape To The Other Side

Many visitors to the island head straight for downtown and maybe a beach club.

If you have half a day to spare or more, hiring a car and visiting the island's east coast is a great alternative.

Visit on our Tour to The Other Side.
Cozumel coast
Playa San Martín.
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Storm May Pass To The South

The eye of Hurricane Dean may pass about 130 miles (210 km) to the south of Cozumel, according to an update at 10am Cozumel time from the National Hurricane Center in the United States.

The Center predicted the storm would make landfall on the Mexican coast in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Hurricane Dean in Mexico
Predicted path (NOAA).
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