Things to do in Cozumel
By becoming one of the many Cozumel new residents, you can leave behind your stressful, rushed life and adopt the local "mañana" philosophy. Aside from the fact that the Cozumel has been deemed one of the top investment choices among professional real estate investors, the laid back attitude is a big reason why so many are drawn to the area. However, if you need to take a break from relaxing in your hammock on your own Caribbean property, there are plenty of adventures around the island and in your own front yard.
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling:
Travelers from all around the world travel to Cozumel, which is known as the "Dive Capital of the World" for the amazing scuba diving and snorkeling. The great barrier reef that runs parallel to the Quintana Roo coastline is home to hundreds of species of sea life. In the clear blue waters you'll see colorful saltwater fish, sea turtles, and anemones in their natural habitat. The reef is the largest in North America and the second largest in the entire world.
There are plenty of snorkeling and diving excursions you can enjoy in the mainland as well, starting in north with Xolbox, Cancun and all the way down the coast to Majahual. If you've made the decision to own coastal property in Mexico, you can venture right out from your own beach and make this peaceful experience a part of your everyday life.
Beach Horseback Riding:
One of the joys of owning property in Cozumel is the sense that you are truly free to live life according to your own desires. Perhaps no activity embodies that feeling more than riding a horse along the Caribbean coastline. Horses love running along the lapping shoreline and you'll love the feel of the fresh and clean breezes blowing off the Caribbean Sea.
You can join one of the many beach horseback riding excursions or choose own horses. If you've never ridden a horse before, you may quickly find yourself with a new hobby after a meditative solo ride or a romantic sunset experience.
Fishing has been the main source of income in this region for centuries. Just 30 years ago, places like Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Majahual and Cozumel were nothing more than sleepy fishing towns. Today sports fishermen come from all over the world to fish in the abundant seas and lakes of the Yucatan Peninsula.
When deep sea fishing off Cozumel Island, you can expect to catch Mahi Mahi, Barracuda, Tuna, Snapper, Marlin, Permit, Tarpon, Jack, Sierra and Sailfish. Most of the packaged fishing excursions offered are per boat, so take as many friends and family members as you can fit and have a memorable adventure. For day to day fishing, you own your own boat and store it in either of the three marinas currently available in Cozumel. Take a chair and just relax and enjoy the magnificently scenic Caribbean waters.
When you own property in Cozumel, you'll not only get in on a great investment opportunity, but also enjoy the many pleasurable, eco-friendly activities that the Cozumel has to offer. From scuba diving to horseback riding to fishing, visiting ancient ruins, and sailing, there is no shortage of things to do here asides from relaxing.