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Resting in the Caribbean Sea just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula and Cancun, Cozumel welcomes visitors with lush jungles, shimmering lagoons, ecological treasures and mysterious cenotes. The town of San Miguel boasts lively eateries and shops. All-inclusive resorts offer deluxe accommodations for a comfortable stay, and the ideal base for all of your adventures.
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The island of Cozumel is a kinder, gentler version of Cancún. It has its fair share of big resorts, but the streets aren't quite as chockablock with tourist traps. The world's second-largest barrier reef lies just off the coast, which makes this a top snorkeling and diving destination. A few Mayan ruins provide what limited sight-seeing there is (aside from the island's glorious natural attractions). On the mainland is Playa del Carmen, a charming beach town that's the unofficial capital of the Riviera Maya, a string of beaches that is quickly becoming the next big destination. As you head south toward the ruins of Cobá and Tulúm, you'll find tiny fishing villages as well as a couple of ecological reserves. A few well-placed resorts mean that this area isn't entirely off the beaten path, but some areas are quite secluded.
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