Diving in Cozumel | Cueva Aerolito

Cueva Aerolito was reported to be at 18.3 km in length (60,000 feet) in the journal Underwater Speleology in an article written by Tim McMahon. Unlike the other caves, Cave diving in Cueva Quebrada requires an official permit from the Chankanaab local Park office. Cavers applying for this permit must produce a Full Cave certification […]

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Cozumel Topography & Geology

Cozumel is a relatively flat island based on limestone, resulting in a karst topography. The highest natural point on the island is just 15 m (49 ft) above sea level. The cenotes are deep water filled sinkholes formed by water percolating through the soft limestone soil during thousands of years. Cozumel’s cenotes have very restricted […]

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Diving in Cozumel | Cenote Chu-Ha

Cenote Chu-Ha – The partial upstream explored length is 244 m (800 ft) with a maximum depth of 38.1 m (125 ft). The remaining downstream explored length is 305 m (1000 ft) with a maximum depth of 18.3 m (60 ft). Cenote Chu-Ha is closed to divers due to the presence of important archaeological artifacts; […]

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Cave Diving in Cozumel

Cozumel contains a number of underwater caves beneath its surface making diving in Cozumel very popular with tourists. The longest caves on Cozumel are located on the island’s west shore. Diving in Cozumel includes Cueva Quebrada (length: 9000 m or 29529 ft) and Cueva Aerolito (length: 6100 m or 20014 ft) deposit large volumes of […]

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Festival of El Cedral in Cozumel

Festival of El Cedral of Cozumel remains a historic festival is held in the small town of El Cedral, in the south of Cozumel Island at the end of April. This annual event is said to have been started over 150 years ago by Casimiro Cárdenas. Officially called the Festival of El Cedral and the […]

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Cozumel Climate & Weather

Due to its Caribbean Sea location and prevalent westerly winds, Cozumel has tropical savanna climate under the Köppen climate classification that closely borders on a tropical monsoon climate. Cozumel´s dry season is short, only taking place from February to April but even in these months, precipitation is seen to averaging about 45 millimetres (1.8 in) […]

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Travelucion Guide Mexico Cozumel | Free Guide Mexico

Cozumel is just one of the websites Travelucion operates and is part of over 800 travel websites for over 130 countries worldwide. Our Mexico Collection of 70+ websites covers Mexican States, Cities and towns, along with 10 Mexico special interest websites. If you are traveling to Mexico, our websites will assist you in finding the right […]

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