Free Walking Tour Cozumel

free walking tour cozumel

Free walking tour Cozumel takes you through the Caribbean island of Cozumel located off the eastern coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Known for its crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, and vibrant marine life, it is a popular destination for tourists looking to relax and enjoy the sun, sand, and sea. The island is also home to several ancient Mayan ruins, such as the San Gervasio ruin, which is dedicated to the goddess Ixchel, the goddess of fertility and childbirth. Additionally, Cozumel is a popular destination for snorkeling and scuba diving, due to the stunning coral reefs that surround the island. Visitors can also take a ferry to the mainland to visit the nearby ancient Mayan city of Tulum or the beach town of Playa del Carmen.

General information

Meeting point

Meet your guide at the Main square

Start times

11:00 hrs / 16:00 hrs

Duration

2 hours

Language

English

Price

Tip only basis

Note

Booking this tour is mandatory

Free Walking Tour Cozumel – Itinerary

Free walking tour Cozumel will take you to some of the island’s most popular and picturesque spots. We will start off by exploring the main square, where you can admire the beautiful colonial architecture and learn about the island’s rich history. Next, we will head to the waterfront to see the famous Cozumel lighthouse. This lighthouse offers a panoramic view of the island and the Caribbean Sea.

After that, we will take a stroll down the charming streets of the historic district, where you can see colorful traditional houses and take some great photo opportunities. We will also visit the Cozumel Museum, which displays the island’s history, culture, and art.

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We will end our tour at Palacio Municipal, the city hall, where you can learn more about the island’s government and how it is run. The building is located in the heart of the city and offers a great view of the central square.

Throughout the tour, our knowledgeable guide will provide you with information about the island’s history, culture, and daily life, and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.