2010 Archive


News from our 2010 archive.

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Top Cozumel Snorkel Tips

Cozumel snorkeling.
Great Cozumel snorkeling.
  With more than 100 types of beautiful coral and almost 300 species of colorful fish, you haven't seen Cozumel if you don't take a peek below the surface of the water!

Get the most out of your Cozumel snorkeling experience with the help of our top tips...
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Get Snap Happy In Cozumel

Cozumel photography
 

Puzzled by buttons and settings on your camera?

Tired of taking dull, uninspired photos?

Improve your skills while strolling round town, on our new $49 Cozumel photo tour!

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Island Wildlife: Crocodiles

In the latest article in our series about native Cozumel wildlife, we look at crocodiles.

Hidden away in the island's lagoons and mangroves are many examples of the American crocodile, or Crocodylus acutus.

The same species is also found in Florida, other parts of the Caribbean, and even on the Pacific coast, from Mexico right down to Peru.

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This Is Cozumel Goes Social

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Join us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

This is Cozumel has joined the world of social media and you can now find us on Facebook and Twitter!

Follow our news live and get lots of great tips, competitions and special deals by clicking the "Like" button at the top of our Facebook page or the "Follow" button at the top of our Twitter page.

And, if there's something in particular you like on our website you can now easily share it with your friends on Facebook. Just click the "Like This Page" link on the left-hand side of every page.

 

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Riviera Maya Airport Really A Go

After many delays, much speculation, and considerable expectation, the process to build the new Riviera Maya airport has finally started.

The Mexican government officially invited bids to construct and operate the new airport, on the coast near Cozumel, earlier this week.

The tender process got off to a false start in March, when Mexican President, Felipe Calderón proudly announced it would begin in April, only for it to be postponed again within days.

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