Cozumel Beach, Culture, Food and Wild Side By 4x4
Skip the touristy places and go where the locals go. You and your group will meet up with your guide and head to EL CEDRAL Mayan Town. These Mayan ruins date...
DescriptionSkip the touristy places and go where the locals go. You and your group will meet up with your guide and head to EL CEDRAL Mayan Town. These Mayan ruins date back to 800 A.D. and give you a glimpse of what the capital and largest community on the island was like before the Spanish conquistadors and the U.S. Army negatively impacted it. Listen as your guide explains how this area was the hub of Mayan life in Cozumel, and be sure to check out the nearby Catholic church, the oldest on the island.Continue to El Mirador on the East Coast to walk by the sand and enjoy the incredible views, then make your way to Mayan Village where decadent chocolates, Mayan honey, warm vanilla, and the ever-popular tequila await you while you learn about Mayan traditions.Your next stop will be at a local restaurant where you will take a break with a delicious lunch bursting with authentic Mexican flavor. Feast on chicken or beef fajitas, pico de gallo, beans, corn tortillas, and a feisty habanero sauce that will tantalize your tastebuds!Conclude your visit to Cozumel with a fun beach break at El Cid La Ceiba Hotel where you will have access to the swimming pool, lounge chairs, hammocks, showers, and more. Here's your chance to take a refreshing dip or just relax on the beach as the waves roll your cares away.This half-day hour tour is the best way to get a true taste of all that Cozumel has to offer, sign up today.
A taxi or shuttle (approximately $3 US, not included) may be required to reach your departure location.
Preparation AdviceWe recommend wearing your swimsuit under comfortable clothing and shoes that can get wet. Guests should bring a hat, sunglasses, a towel, and sunblock protection (biodegradable).