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Cozumel Vacations

Flights to Cozumel will not be offered during the 2021-2022 winter season.


Cozumel Travel Guide

  • Mexico’s natural diving paradise

    Travellers looking to vacation in Mexico get all their wishes fulfilled in Cozumel. The beauty of its beaches and wealth of things to do seduce even the pickiest tourists into booking a flight.

Explore Cozumel

  • Diving, the sport of choice

    Cozumel is renowned for the beauty of its coral reefs; their multicoloured marine life is impressive. Adventurous divers can immerse themselves in history admiring the Spanish galleons run aground on certain reefs.

  • Archaeological sites

    Tourists can visit several archaeological sites. When the wind blows on the Tumba del Caracol Mayan temple, the shells embedded in its dome sing, offering an intriguing musical show.

  • Intoxicating nature

    Nature lovers adore this corner of Mexico. Not to be missed: the Parque Chankanaab, a nature reserve that boasts more than 350 plant species as well as a natural aquarium.

  • Island outings

    The island offers fun and excursions for every kind of taste. Why not opt for a good meal at the island’s Hard Rock Café? Those who prefer dancing can enjoy several nightclubs that illuminate Cozumel’s hot evenings, among them Neptuno and Joe’s Lobster House.

How to discover Cozumel with Transat

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Good to know


New: Foreign visitors to Cancun and Cozumel now have to pay a new tax of 244 Mexican pesos (approx. US $11). They can pay this fee prior to their arrival or during their stay, and must show their receipt at the airport before leaving Mexico.
Payment can only be made online via the VISITAX website Will open in a separate browser window.
You can complete the Tourist Card (Official Entry Immigration Form) online before departure. Be sure to enter your name as it appears on your passport and to follow the instructions.

Presence of Sargassum in Mexico and the Caribbean
Depending on the weather conditions, winds and tides may bring large quantities of Sargassum to shore. Since seaweed moves with the ocean currents, quantities may vary by place and day. Transat would like to inform its clients that this natural phenomenon beyond its control affects several parts of Mexico and the Caribbean. Although the presence of this brown seaweed is greater than usual, our hotel partners are making every effort to clean the beaches when necessary.