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Cozumel City Tour with Lunch

1. Cozumel City Tour with Lunch

Take in the highlights of downtown Cozumel by e-bike. Make 4 stops in all on this 2.5-hour tour. First, you’ll visit Corpus Christi, Cozumel’s largest church. From there, ride along 20th Avenue to the local market. See for yourself how Mexican life focuses on markets, with plentiful fresh seafood, local fruit and vegetables and authentic handcrafts. Next, stop to taste some real Mexican food at lunch, served at Doña Chelly’s. Enjoy tacos, burritos and much more. After lunch, head to the Grijalva monument and the Mayan pyramid, before stopping at a hacienda, where you’ll learn how artisanal tequila is made. Enjoy a taste of one of Mexico’s finest tequilas.

Cozumel Food Tour

2. Cozumel Food Tour

One of the great joys of travel is discovering local foods that make you treasure the journey. Have a delicious trip to San Miguel with this 3-hour Cozumel Food Tour and experience Mexican food served in authentic, traditional locales. On this all-inclusive food tour, your personal guide will take you to small, out of the way eateries that display authentic Cozumel dining at its finest. You will have an opportunity to taste a wide variety of dishes, ranging from traditional street fare to regional Yucatan cuisine. Leave everything in the hands of your passionate, highly-knowledgeable guide: transportation, menu selection, even paying the bills. All you have to do is savor the food.

Cozumel: Chocolate Workshop at The Mayan Cacao Company

3. Cozumel: Chocolate Workshop at The Mayan Cacao Company

Come and take a journey through time with this chocolate workshop at the Mayan Cacao Company. Uncover the secrets of the ancient Mayan civilization and learn how chocolate formed such a central role in their social and religious life. Start your workshop by hearing about how Cacao figured into pre-modern Mayan society as a sacred food, sign of prestige, social centerpiece, and cultural touchstone. Then, you will be walked through the traditional chocolate-making process. Create your own chocolate bar with the cacao seeds the Mayans used in rituals and ceremonies to honor their gods. Grind them in a traditional pre-hispanic Metate, mix in simple ingredients, and take a piece of Mexican gastronomic culture with your own handmade chocolate bar. After the workshop, visit the chocolate boutique and give your taste buds a treat by trying 13 different artisanal chocolates.

Cozumel: City Trolley Tour

4. Cozumel: City Trolley Tour

After meeting your guide at your chosen meeting point, board the trolley bus and enjoy the sights as well as the entertaining narrative about Cozumel's fascinating history. Visit key points of the city such as the Church of the Cross. It was built in 2018 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the first mass celebrated on the island. Take advantage of some great photo opportunities throughout the city. Then, stretch your legs and explore the shops by the main square. Find a wide variety of goods from fashioned crafts in cheerful colors to sophisticated brand clothing, watches, jewelry, and perfumes. Take some selfies by the colorful Cozumel ad, the giant Mexican flag, and the San Miguel Bay before returning to the starting point of your tour.

Cozumel: Private Full Island Guided Tour

5. Cozumel: Private Full Island Guided Tour

Start your private tour by meeting your guide in the lobby of your hotel. Once in the vehicle, visit some of Cozumel's neighborhoods, as well as the main points of interest such as the local market, parks, and religious buildings.  Listen to the history and fun facts of the island from your tour guide. Next, head to the eastern side of the island where you can take pictures at Chen Rio Beach. Continue along the scenic road to reach the viewpoint and famous rock formation known as “El Mirador.” Take a break and touch the warm, soft texture of the white sand and enjoy views of the water.  Go through the southern coastal road to the traditional lands of the Cedral, the first human settlement of the repopulation of Cozumel. In the Cedral, see a Mayan settlement and a space for shopping. Get the chance to learn about the traditions of the Holy Cross.

Cozumel Historical Walking Tour with Lunch

6. Cozumel Historical Walking Tour with Lunch

Start by taking in the key sites around the waterfront and downtown, from the Monument of Two Cultures to the Mestizaje monument that celebrates Cozumel's mixed cultural heritage. Throughout the tour, take advantage of your time with a local guide to ask questions about the history of Cozumel, the local culture and the things you see along the way. You’ll learn about the history of tequila and taste some samples of Mexico’s most iconic spirit, then head to the Island Museum to see exhibits covering history, ecology and culture. Walk to the main plaza in downtown Cozumel, where you'll find the Mexican flag monument, the Cozumel Clock Tower, and the island’s first City Hall and wrap up the tour at the Choza Restaurant relaxing over a Cozumel-style lunch and refreshments. 

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What people are saying about Cozumel

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based on 3 reviews

The food tour was wonderful!! Gerry took us to some great taco sites and fresh red snapper. A beverage at almost all stops - could add up on your local cervesa count!! Juan Pablo was a great driver - keeping the van close and safe. One of my best tours in Cozumel.

It was a interesting day to discover the real Cozumel and his history. A complete day with an amazing touristic driver-guide!

Loved it!! Gerry and Rufo were great and made the tour very memorable. The restaurants were authentic and delicious!

It was really neat and yummy! You get a bunch of delicious food and learn about the culture.

Gerry was great and the Soupa de Lima is freakin amazing