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The Essential Cozumel Travel Guide Fiew from the water of the shoreline of San Miguel, the largest city in Cozumel Mexico. Buildings line the water. When you're looking for a destination that has mangrove forests full of birds and mammals, deep water filled sinkholes j...

Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Vegetarian Mexican Food: What You Need to Know as a Tourist Woman behind vegetable stand in local Mexican market If you want to travel to Mexico and don't eat meat, here's your survival guide to finding the healthiest vegetarian Mexi...

Guadalajara Metropolitan Area, Jalisco, Mexico

10 Fun and Easy Things to Do in Guadalajara Mexico buildings surround fountains in guadalajara mexico Discover the best things to do in Guadalajara Mexico, from a local's point of view: best cultural sites, restaurants day...

One Guadalajara Centro Histórico, Avenida 16 de Septiembre, Zona Centro, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

Postcard from Monterrey, Mexico: Tacos, Treats and Fun A Wedding, tacos, treats and fun in Monterrey Mexico A weekend in Monterrey Mexico for a wedding turns into a trip full of tacos, treats and fun around the city. There's a l...

Monterrey, Mexico

A Quick Peek at Cabo San Lucas Attending a jam-packed seminar in Cabo San Lucas is good, but taking an extra day for seeing the town is even better!

Sheraton Grand Los Cabos Hacienda del Mar, Los Cabos, Mexico

One Day in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Southern arch of Cabo San Lucas Cabo San Lucas is at the southern tip of Baja California, the long peninsula along Mexico’s west coast. There's so much...

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Celebrate Day of the Dead in Mexico City Mexico City's Day of the Dead 2010 Sometimes inconvenient flight schedules can mess up your plans … and create even better plans than you could have...

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The Essential Cozumel Travel Guide

The Essential Cozumel Travel Guide

When you're looking for a destination that has mangrove forests full of birds and mammals, deep water filled sinkholes just waiting to be explored, and a tropical climate that never dips below 18°C/64°F every month of the year, then Cozumel is the island for you! Located on the Y...

Tourism website: Visit Mexico

Time zone: UTC/GMT -05:00 (Mexico City)

Currency: MEX – Mexican peso

Official language: Spanish

UNESCO World Heritage sites: 34

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