Cozumel, or Isla Cozumel as it sometimes referred, is located on the eastern tip of the Yucatan peninsula, and is the largest island in Mexico. This Mexican Island can credit its current status as a popular cruise vacation destination to Jaques Costeau, who created several documentaries about the amazing reefs located just off shore.
Your cruise to Cozumel will not be complete without a trip to see this world famous coral reef system, which is part of the Great Mayan Reef, the second largest reef system in the world. National parks, such as the Parque Marino Nacional Arrecifes de Cozumel (Cozumel National Reef Marine Park) and Parque Natural Chankanaab (Chankanabb Nature Park) were created in order to protect this gigantic and splendid reef system.
Be sure to take an underwater camera on your snorkeling or scuba diving shore excursion so you can add pictures of this world famous reef system to your cruise to Cozumel photo album. Cozumel has a warm and humid climate with an average temperature around 80 degrees Fahrenheit and heavy rainfall in the summer and fall months.
Most people book their cruise to Cozumel between December and March, although you can take a Cozumel vacation any time of the year. Spanish is the official language in Mexico, but most of the people you will meet on your cruise to Cozumel will speak at least some English. The Mexican Peso is the national currency in Mexico, though the dollar is widely accepted. Cruise lines that stop at Cozumel include Carnival Cruises, Celebrity Cruises and Regent Seven Seas.
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