The busy winter tourism season overtakes Cozumel from mid-December to April. Plentiful rain falls from May through to September. November and December are the mildest months, with the least amount of rain. Temperatures are basking-warm all year round.
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This resort on on picturesque Cozumel, offers the ultimate island vacation experience, with luxurious accommodations and a world of amenities.
There's always something happening at Cozumel's international airport, which sees many direct flights from other parts of Mexico and the USA. Flights from Europe and other continents are usually less direct, routed through Mexico City or the USA.
Another option is to arrive via the seas. Passenger ferries run from Playa del Carmen, and car ferries from Puerto Morelos.
Aside from the minibus from the airport into town, there is no bus service on the island. Taxis are available, however.
Citizens of many countries - including the USA, Canada and virtually all western European countries - do not require visas to enter Mexico as tourists. This list occasionally changes, so it's always wise to check current regulations with your nearest Mexican embassy or consulate.
A Mexican tourist card (tarjeta de turista) is a document that you must fill out and get stamped when you pass through Mexican immigration. You should keep it in your passport until you leave Mexico. This tourist card is free and good for up to 90-180 days, depending on your nationality.
Cozumel Tourist Office
Located in the town's central plaza, this is the place to go for information regarding Cozumel and its surrounds. Anything from maps and brochures to helpful advice about tours, hotels and departure requirements can all be found here. Some Spanish would be helpful.
Practical information to assist you before and during your trip.
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