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New Isla Cozumel Polaris RZR Day Pass
Tour the island of Cozumel from behind the wheel of a Polaris RZR. Off-road/on-road action to Mayan ruins and next to crashing waves on your way to snorkeling and a world class secluded beach located in an ecological reserve.
By: Steven Lorenzo
Probably the most exciting tour offered on the island. If you're planning a vacation in Cozumel, Playa del Carmen or the Riviera Maya (from Cancun to Tulum), an island tour of Cozumel is a "Must Do" day trip. The best way to visit the island is with an Isla Cozumel Day Pass because you get to see and do more in just one day: beach, snorkeling, island tour, Mayan ruins, ecological reserve, birds, crocodiles, historic downtown Cozumel and it includes hotel pick-up in Cozumel or the ferry to/from Playa del Carmen. It's an all-inclusive, all day tour.
With the Isla Cozumel Polaris Day Pass you get to drive a Polaris RZR vehicle, the world's first 4-seat sport side x side vehicle with ultra-quick acceleration. You'll wind through a wildlife reserve and around the island.
Off-road and on-road excitement while on your way to visit a San Gervasio Archaeological Site for a guided tour. See the shrine of Ixchel, the Mayan goddess of fertility, medicine and the moon. This is a place where all Mayan women had to pilgrimage once in their lifetime. Then its off to the Hacienda Antigua to learn about the blue agave plant and the tequila making process, with a tequila tasting. On your way to Punta Sur Ecological Reserve you'll drive on the windward side of the island next to the crashing waves. Once you enter Punta Sur Ecological Reserve get ready for more off-road action on your way to visit an ancient Mayan lighthouse, crocodiles in the wild and a world class secluded beach. White sand, pristine water in a tropical paradise is the setting for a Mexican lunch buffet. Beef and chicken fajitas, tacos, veggies, fresh fruit, salsas, beer and soft drinks. Snorkeling off the beach is included as an added perk and possibly the highlight of your day. Cozumel boasts the clearest waters of the Caribbean. From inside the reserve you never know what you're going to see next; it may be nest sea turtles, flamingos, ospreys.
It's time to head back but the fun's not over yet; you're only half way around the island and driving a Polaris is awesome. For those staying in Cozumel, you'll be dropped off at your hotel. If you're heading back to Playa del Carmen, you'll be dropped off in Historic Downtown Cozumel to catch the ferry. Be sure to stroll the downtown waterfront, after all, this is the oldest town in the region.
Things to bring with you: biodegradable sunblock, an amphibious camera, a towel, comfortable walking shoes and a change of clothing.
An Isla Cozumel Day Pass can be purchased online at http://www.IslaCozumelDayPass.com. You should book early because this tour fills-up quickly.
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Day trips to Isla Cozumel from Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya. Featuring the best that the island has to offer: snorkeling, beach, Mayan Ruins, Ecological reserves and much more. Day Passes are all inclusive and include round trip ferry.
Page Updated Last on: Feb 05, 2012