2011 Archive


News articles from 2011.

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Cozumel To Harvest Wind

A new wind farm the size of almost 7,000 American football fields will be built in the south of Cozumel, announced Mexican president, Felipe Calderón, last Thursday.

The farm's turbines will generate some 60 megawatts, enough to power about 19 thousand homes, said the government's international investment agency, ProMexico.

 

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New Cozumel Budget Bar And Snorkel Deal

 

If you're visiting the island on a budget, take a look at our new Cozumel open bar and snorkel deal.

You get to enjoy snorkeling and then party with an all-you-can-drink bar for 2 hours - all for just $32 per adult or $27 per child!

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Making Cozumel More Accessible

We think everyone should be able to enjoy the beauty of Cozumel, so we're delighted to introduce this exclusive new tour that allows wheelchair users to see the island safely and comfortably.

Stop at an accessible beach bar, go shopping, learn about Mexican culture or have lunch by the sea - you decide, it's your own private tour!

 

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Cozumel Medical Tourism Famous

 

Cozumel was the star in a special TV feature about medical tourism, last month, as the island fast becomes famous for cosmetic surgery and other medical services.

Australia's Today Tonight program followed 3 women from "down-under", as they took vacations to Cozumel for surgery at the Costamed Cosmetic Center.

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Island Wildlife: Blue Land Crabs

The latest article in our series about native Cozumel wildlife looks at the life of the island's Blue Land Crabs.

These alien looking creatures spend much of their life in holes around Cozumel's mangroves, so they are often only seen when they make their spectacular mass migrations.

 

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