Cozumel Mexico Vacation Guide


Cozumel Beaches good for snorkeling.



Playa Corona is the littlest of Cozumel Beaches that could! Sometimes you will go there and no one else is around. And yet, anytime between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm you will see about 100 or so tourists that are suiting up to go snorkeling. Sand Dollar sports (which sells snorkeling tours) uses the sand volley ball court to get everyone prepped and in the water. They pay $45.00 plus per person to go there but you can go for free (Just thought you might like to know that).

Cozumel beaches don't get any smaller.


Cozumel Beaches with an expensive menu.

There are plenty of tables with seating if you want to eat. The usual Burger for $7.50 USD and Nachos with chicken for $9.00 USD is what you should expect. Whether you want a cerveza (some of you might know this drink as a beer), soft drink, or a mixed drink; they pretty much have it all.



Here to the left you can see the "Cozumel beaches" part of Playa Corona. Not much of a beach is it? More of a stairway to the crystal clear waters that I love soooo well!


So you might ask; what is so cool or different about Playa Corona.....

Watch for sharp rocks as you snorkel our Cozumel Beaches.


Beach volly ball anyone?

The answer is very simple; it is one of the best places on Cozumel Island, Mexico to snorkel from shore!! If you are looking for a great snorkel spot and you don't care about the amenities; this is definitely the place for you! You can step into a friendly sand area in the water, and about 100 yards off shore you will see the south end of Chankanaab reef. Here the reef is even clearer then Chankanaab National Park (just to the north).

Dzul-Ha and Corona Beach are the two best snorkeling beaches in Cozumel.


Cozumel Island, Mexico

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