2012 Archive

All our Cozumel news from 2012.

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Return Of The Whale Sharks

The annual migration of whale sharks is well underway again.

Big groups are being seen around the tip of the Yucatan peninsula, about 75 miles (120 km) from Cozumel.

There are only a few months each year when the world's biggest fish make their visit, so it's worth seeing them now, while you can.

Cozumel whale shark
Whale shark tour from Cozumel.
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Cozumel Carnival Kicks Off!

Cozumel Carnival 2012 has officially kicked off and the new King and Queen were elected at a spectacular event last night.

Andrés Canul "Cholin" and Karla Angulo were voted the proud winners against a backdrop of thousands of screaming carnival fans.

The six candidates all appeared in magnificent multi-colored carnival costumes, demonstrating why they thought they should represent more than 130 years of carnival tradition in Cozumel.

Carnival in Cozumel
Cozumel Carnival 2012
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Tour Cozumel By Dune Buggy

Feel the cool Caribbean breeze in your hair on our brand new Cozumel dune buggy tour.

You'll drive your own vehicle around the island in a convoy led by a guide to see Mayan ruins, look for crocodiles, climb an historic lighthouse, snorkel in a shallow reef and enjoy time on the beach.

Cozumel Dune Buggy
Cozumel Dune Buggy.
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Cozumel's New Pearl Of A Tour

Don't pass up this great new tour opportunity to escape to your own pristine white sand beach at Cozumel's secluded pearl farm.

Learn about the patience needed for the long cultivation process and see some of the island's first farmed pearls.

Groups of 6 or more also save 10%!

Cozumel Pearl Farm
Escape to pristine beaches.
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Do You Have The Right Time?

If you're visiting Cozumel between March 11 and April 1, 2012, watch out for an extra hour time difference between Mexico and the United States and Canada.

This happens because the United States and Canada change to Daylight Savings Time before Mexico and is especially important for cruise passengers, as some ships stay on the time of their United States homeport, even when they arrive to Cozumel.


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