Join us for an excursion into
the colorful past and charming present of
Cozumel, Mexico's biggest cruise ship
destination. We'll board our friendly Nemo
safari bus and enjoy
a scenic tour of Cozumel, the largest inhabited
island in Mexico.
At our first stop, we'll
learn how tequila is made at a local tequila
factory, and sample local varieties you can't
get anywhere else. The tour will then venture to the wild and untamed
Eastern shore of the island with its beautiful
virgin beaches. Here you'll get stop at an
exclusive beach, with lounge chairs and an oceanside swimming pool.
Next your guide will share
with you tidbits about the island's major
attractions, as you make your way to El Cedral,
the oldest settlement on the island, where you
can also see the oldest Mayan ruins site in
Cozumel and do some shopping of the native Mayan
crafts from this historical village.
We'll end at a beautiful
beach resort on Cozumel's west side, where you
can stay and use the facilities the rest of the
day, or if you wish you can ask to be dropped
off downtown where you can explore or do some
shopping. A great introduction to Cozumel!
Cozumel Highlights &
Shopping Tour Star Points
about Cozumel's background and history!
a guided scenic tour of the island!
the oldest settlement on the island, El
the island's oldest Mayan ruins site!
Beach with Lounge Chairs and Pool!
tequila and see how the drink is made!
artisans making authentic handicrafts!
the Rest of the Day at a Beach Resort!
When: Monday through Saturday at 10:30
Where: Departs from El
Cid La Ceiba Hotel, walking distance from the
Puerta Maya and International Cruise Piers.
How Long: 4.5 Hours Approximately
- Nemo Bus Tour of Cozumel
- English-Speaking Tour Guide
- Entrance to Tequila Factory
- Tequila Tastings and See How it is Made
- Lounge Chairs and Oceanside Pool on East
- Visit to El Cedral Mayan Village and
- Use of Beach Resort Faciliites
(Restaurant, Bar, Lounge chairs, Umbrellas)
- Bottled Water
COZUMEL HIGHLIGHTS (ADULTS & KIDS)
Prices are Per Person and Include All Taxes