2009 Archive


Cozumel news stories from 2009.

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Tulum Airport Plans Revealed

Newspaper reports have revealed details of the proposed new Tulum airport, on the Riviera Maya near Cozumel, including the date the project will be put out to tender.

Local politicians have described the project as an "economic trigger" for the development of tourism on the mainland.

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Cozumel Kid's Voyage Of Peace

An incredible wooden trimaran ship, built in Veracruz, Mexico, will visit Cozumel later this month on an international voyage of peace.

One lucky child from the island will be chosen to embark on the sailing, that will deliver messages of goodwill to 16 different ports in the USA and Europe.

Named "Zamná" after an ancient Mayan high priest, the 3 hulled maritime masterpiece left its shipyard in Alvarado, Veracruz at the end of July.

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Fly Over Jungle, Snorkel Under Waves

Cozumel zipline
Fly high above the jungle.
 

Enjoy a unique family-friendly experience with our new Jungle Zipline, Snorkel, Beach Adventure.

Fly high above the jungle, on a 2,400ft circuit of ziplines with amazing views and snorkeling afterwards.

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Rare Dolphins Seen Off Cozumel

A group of 20 to 30 False Killer Whales have been sighted off Cozumel, said the island's Marine Park, last week.

Despite their name, these beautiful sea mammals are amongst the largest members of the dolphin family.

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Cozumel Remembers Columbus

Cozumel celebrated the Día de la Raza, yesterday, marking the discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus.

Columbus, better known in Spanish as Cristóbal Colón, landed on the Caribbean island of Guanahani on October 12, 1492.

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