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10,000 Likes For Cozumel Facebook


Our Cozumel community on Facebook reached 10,000 likes today!

To celebrate and thank our social media followers we're offering 10% off 10 tours for 10 days!

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Enduring Cozumel

Cozumel is well-known for beautiful white sand beaches, friendly locals and underwater marvels, so you might wonder why anyone would have to endure it.

However, that's what more than 3,200 athletes are doing this year as they take part in the endurance races that the island is fast becoming famous for.

Three arduous international triathlons are being held on the island this year, which see some of the world's toughest atheletes battle it out as they swim, cycle and run their way round Cozumel.

Cozumel endurance races
Cozumel endurance races.
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The Right Time In Cozumel


Cozumel will put the clocks back an hour in 3 weekends' time, along with the rest of Mexico.

However, the clocks don't change in the U.S.A. and Canada until a week later, so there will be 7 days when the island is one hour behind Central Time and two hours behind Eastern Time.

This is especially important for cruise ship passengers, as their ship time may be an extra hour ahead of local island time when they arrive.

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Cozumel ATV Tour Reduced By $14!

Our fantastic ATV (quad-bike) and snorkel combo tour has been reduced from $99 to just $85 per person for single riders!

And riders that share an ATV can continue to enjoy the great price of $70 per person too.
ATV and snorkel tour
Cruise through jungle.
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Mexican Independence Celebrated In Cozumel

Cozumel Independence Day
Celebrating Mexican independence.

Despite damp weather, islanders came out in force last night to celebrate Mexican Independence, with the island's mayor making an emotional grito at City Hall.

The Mexican president and other political leaders across the country also made their cries, as is tradition every year on the night before Independence Day.

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