The most important and best studied prehispanic site of all the documented settlements in Cozumel. It is considered the center of pilgrimages where the Mayan worshiped the Goddess “Ixchel”. San Gervasio consist of six architectural sets and other isolated templed joined by a network of white trailed called “sacbes”.
The idea place for nature lovers. Wide beaches of fine white sand and pristine waters of intense blue that are home to numerous reef formations and a garden of sea fans that seem to extend forever. Its lagoon system is the home of a diverse flora and fauna with a unique ecosystem. A great variety of birds and animals can only be appreciated right here. With a crocodile and observation tower, a wonderful view from the Celarian Lighthouse, a Navigation Museum and a prehispanic Mayan lighthouse.
Chankanaab (Mayan name that means “little sea” is actually a coastal cenote (sink hole) of particular ecological importance. In this piece of paradise you can snorkel or dive and visit submerged statues like the Christ and The Virgen, Zipline, Swim with Dolphins, Sea Trek (walk underwater), Snuba (mix between snorkeling and diving), get a relaxing massage, Explore archeological replicas through a tropical garden or just relax on the beach and swing from a hammock.
Beaches, exhuberant vegetation, exotic flora and fauna, recreational activities, culture, traditions and history can be found inside the parks of Cozumel through Punta Sur Eco Beach Park, Chankanaab Adventure Beach Park, San Gervasio Mayan Arquaelogical Site and the Island Museum.
Stories, people, art, food, gardens, architecture, music, and traditions all blend together to create the rich history and culture of Mexico.