Cozumel Mexico Vacation Guide
Cozumel Beaches of the Rasta Kind!
 

Cozumel Beaches for the Rasta Mon!

 

Playa Bush is best known as the home of the Bob Marley Bar or the Rasta Bar, or Paradise Cafe! Confusing? Don't worry, be happy!

If you love to listen to Bob Marley while eating civiche and sipping on an ice cold beer; this is definitely the place for you! The Fish Tacos are also delicious.

It is the last beach club going south on the other side of the island. You'll have to turn off the main road so make sure to look for it. It is also just outside the entrance to Punta Sur State Park. For a visual view check out our Cozumel Beaches Map.

Playa Bush, Cozumel Beaches never felt so Ire.

The video above was taken on December 16th, 2012 during a Mayan ritual to ask the gods not to end the world on December 21st as predicted in the Mayan Calendar. If you aren't reading this past the 21st; it didn't work! :-)

The civiche is about the freshest on the island and they will even bring you some REALLY hot habajedo sauce if you want a 5 alarm experience! This is one of the hottest of Cozumel Beaches! At least when it comes to the "pico de gallo"!

The bar and surrounding areas inside are covered with t-shrits from all around the world. It add that perfect blend of funk to the interiors!

And the hammocks under a wood trellis below make the ideal amount of shade and sun for your lounging pleasure. It is a great way to chat with family and friends, have your drink, and just get lazy!

Enjoy a relaxing hammock while sipping on your favorite drink.
The window is a great view of the "blow hole".
There is a natural "blow hole that is fascinating to watch when the surf is up. It is like watching a whale spout water out every 10 seconds. Cozumel Island Mexico and mother nature never blended so well together.
Playa Bush is a great way to spend the halfway stop as you go around to visit our Cozumel beaches. Lots of seating and hammocks to enjoy. You can even see the south point lighthouse from the beach. As I am writing this I can still remember the freshness of the civeche that I had there when I took the pictures on this page today! What can I say; I live here!