With its small, authentic streets buzzing with restaurants and bars, as well as being one of the best dive sites in the world, Cozumel is a corner of Mexico not to be missed.
Hire a golf buggy to explore the island in your own time, or hope on a ferry over to Playa del Carmen where a livelier atmosphere awaits. A trip to Cozumel will make you feel like you've stepped back in time; the island is quietly cool with a spirited energy that brings it to life. Wonder the town square, take a dip in the sea and snorkel among the colourful schools of fish, and take the coastal roads to see the many Mayan ruins that lie nearby.
A trip to Cozumel is perfectly paired with Mexico City: explore by foot, bicycle or underground for a complete contrast to Cozumel's chilled-out vibe. Head to the rooftop bars for a drink or two, visit the vibrant squares and enjoy the sumptuous cuisine that's on offer throughout the city.
Cozumel’s dry season has plenty of sunshine and cloudless blue skies with warm temperatures and warm water perfect for sunbathing or swimming. April to July have the hottest weather while December to March is usually the most crowded.
May to July are the perfect months to visit Cozumel. You will see blue skies, lots of sun, low humidity, and not as many crowds as the peak season of December through April.
Daytime heat, humidity, and the threat of rain occur during Cozumel’s rainy season. This is also hurricane season, although this usually peaks in September and October. Showers are brief and usually happen in the afternoon so your days will most likely be sunny.View all hotels in Cozumel