There's more to Cozumel than beatiful beaches. It's an island full of fascinating things to see and do. And once you get here, finding your way around is easy. But you can explore the island before you even step foot on it, with our interactive map. So go ahead, take a look around.
The most popular attraction in Cozumel Island is conveniently located just a ten-minute taxi ride from cruise ship piers and downtown. Encompassing nearly 450,000 square feet, Chankanaab National Park is located within the Cozumel Reefs National Marine Park. Chankanaab, a Mayan word meaning "Little Sea," is home to the world-renowned Chankanaab Lagoon which features the only inland coral reef formation in the world.
Activities and services offered in the park include:
•Swim with Dolphins, Sea Lion Swim and Manatee Encounter: these unforgettable lifetime experiences offered by Dolphin Discovery
•Snuba and Seatrek: Go beyond snorkeling. Snuba and Seatrek offer you the opportunity to explore the underwater scenery of Chankanaab Park, the jewel of the Mexican Caribbean.
•Snorkel and Scuba: Admire one of the most important reefs on the island. Get your underwater camera ready and capture the beauty of the best coastal reef in Cozumel.
•Maya Zone: Tour a modern-day reproduction of a Maya village and learn about the ancient culture's building and farming practices.
Entrance Fee USD $21Adults USD $14 Children (3-11 years old)
Open daily from 8 am to 5 pm
Swim with dolphins, Snuba, Seatrek, snorkel, scuba diving tours offered for extra cost