Over 35 cruise ships come to Cozumel each week because there are so many things to see and do while being surrounded by brilliant shades Clorox blue Caribbean water. Below are some of the many tours that you can choose from. Most of these and the resort entertainment options are featured in this one-hour video so if you are considering a trip to Paradise, we recommend that you sit back and enjoy it on a computer or Smart TV.
This is one of the least expensive and by far the most popular day tours. You will travel in an air-conditioned van while your guide explains various places along the way to a private beach picnic on a virgin east side beach. The first stop is an authentic Tiki-bar known for “Coco-Loco” tropical drinks served in carved out coconuts. The next stop is your own private beach party. The picnic lunch, open bar, beach chairs, umbrellas, music and games are all taken care of. Your Private Paradise butler/bartender accompany your group on this and continue to serve you with your toes in the sand.
With Snorkel Stop to See Tropical Fish, Starfish and Rays
This second most popular tour is available on a variety of boats and yachts to fit the size of your group and budget. El Cielo is a waist deep linen white sandbar in crystal clear water that looks like the planet’s largest swimming pool – it’s that Clear! Here you can swim and relax alongside occasional rays and tropical fish that glide by while your captain and mate prepares lunch. Your Private Paradise butler/bartender can also accompany your group on this boat/yacht tour and continue to serve you even while you are standing in the waist deep clear water.
“Heralding the first-ever” All-Island Exclusive” vacation experience, the groundbreaking concept helps guests experience the very best the entire island of Cozumel has to offer with the comfort of your personal handlers and villa concierge/interpreter in tow.”
“Private Paradise doesn’t hold their guest’s hostage and with the help of their traveling staff, guests are able to experience 5-star restaurants, beach picnics, boat tours, yoga sessions, and virtually any other option imaginable.”