You will need to have $14 USD cash per person to get into this eco park, but once inside, you can use credit cards if you want to rent snorkel equipment, or eat and drink - either on the beach or in the open-air restaurant. The water is shallow, and there is a pretty long reef to follow if you... 更多
We decided to take a taxi here after we saw how crazy crowded Mr. Sancho's was. Our taxi driver gave us a private tour of Cozumel and drove us around all day and back to the ship for $90. The first stop was this park where we climbed up the light house and enjoyed the amazing panoramic view. Next we... 更多
Nice day trip for snorkeling, wildlife observation and relaxation. Much less visited by large crowds. Go see the lighthouse. The staff at the front gate is very friendly. You must order from the wait staff to use some of the chairs - so check and see what is free and what is reserved for customers of the bar/diner.
They say secluded and it is. You spend 30-40 minutes driving through Mangroves to get here. There is a nice lighthouse and you are likely to see a few Iguanas and a crocodile on the way. At the beach others said the restaurant food was good but with a raccoon wandering around and the rundown look I was afraid to... 更多
Stopped here on our tour of Cozumel, excellent place to visit, beautiful beaches, wooden walkway with a (kind of scary) tower you can climb in a marshy area. Would love to have had more time to explore this park.
Take some time to explore the El Caracol Mayan ruins and the Faro Celerain Lighthouse(awesome views!!!), where you'll find a small maritime museum. Punta Sur has broad, beautiful beaches (the reef is well offshore, so you can splash around safely), great seafood, and shady hammocks. Take wetlands catamaran tour (included in park fee). The park is located about 21 miles... 更多
super nice views, great waves at the lighthouse, a long climb up but worth the view from the top. not sure if it was worth the sore leg muscles the next day though. the beach area was beautiful. the only disappointment was the garbage along the high tide line. i don't understand why they can"t clean up a national park... 更多
We visited this park with our three boys (ages five, nine, and twelve) in February 2017. We had our own rental car, so we were able to arrive at the park as soon as it opened (before the masses of tour groups arrived). The wild, undeveloped beach area is wonderful for swimming! We also snorkeled there, but didn't see many... 更多