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Punta Sur Eco Beach Park

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Punta Sur, Cozumel 77600, Mexico
+52 987 872 0833
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Punta Sur, Cozumel 77600, Mexico
+52 987 872 0833
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Punta Sur is a must see on any trip to Cozumel. The park has preserved beautiful natural habitat of the area and has spectacular view of the coastline and inner mangrove lagoons. The light house also is worth the visit inside the park. It is...More

Thank jswflights
Reviewed 3 days ago

Usually drive in the park every year in July. It is kinda pricey at $14 per adult. Always go to the observation platform near the crocs and climb the lighthouse and get FABULOUS pictures. Only went to Mr. Sanchos beach one time. The snorkeling from...More

Thank megelll
Reviewed 1 week ago

We drove down in a rental car to check this place out. Well worth the trip a beautiful stretch of beach with three rustic beach clubs to choose from (more expensive than other beach clubs but still in the ballpark). Beautiful views from the lighthouse,...More

Thank Dustin V
Reviewed 1 week ago

The park covers quite a large area on the remote South Eastern tip of the island so own transport is recommended. Takes about 35 mins from Cozumel town. Many tours come here, too, but be warned, we noticed that these groups only had a very...More

Thank shecreature63
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you visit cozumel,you must go! Beautiful beaches, you can snorkel, and get in contact with nature!

Thank Traveler4theworldmx
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Punts Sur Eco Beach Park was definitely worth the visit. The snorkeling was not the best I have ever seen. But the crocodile swamp and the lighthouse were really cool. The beach is really pretty also.

Thank Troy C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have been to Cozumel MANY times, but wanted something different and had heard good things about Punta Sur. Only having done a TINY bit of research online, we took a taxi to Punta Sur Eco Beach Park right from the Puerta Maya Port where...More

2  Thank Shannon O
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

In almost every respect, this place is awesome. The beaches are gorgeous and sparsely traveled, and the facilities have a charming old-school Caribbean vibe. That said, when we visited in early July, there was a rancid, sewer-like smell that permeated the property. (So, I nicknamed...More

1  Thank Bob M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Such a beautiful coastline. Did not see much in the way of eco life, but nice nonetheless. Stay out of the water because of the rip currents.

Thank thefaze1963
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great place to see much of Cozumel culture and nature. Some ruins there, an estuary with crocodiles and birdlife, a lighthouse with stunning views, a museum, and beautiful beaches with bars and food options.

Thank macmcalister
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Dustin V
20 June 2017|
Response from Mathilde M | Reviewed this property |
The park does not provide snorkel gear. We went to Papitos Beach Club within the park. You pay $50 for use of Beach, unlimited drinks and food. They provide snorkel gear.
Michelle N
30 May 2017|
Response from nerotal | Reviewed this property |
no do it yourself.... the guides take you to the grassy parts... if your have your own snorkel swim from the red to orange floaty thats where the real reef begins.
Angie W
22 May 2017|
Response from Luvrat | Reviewed this property |
We were in a car