Safari Inn

Address: Rafael Melgar #429 between 5th and 7th Sts., Cozumel, Yucatan Peninsula, 77600, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the DisneyLand area of Cozumel, is near Maroma Paradise, Dive with Cristina, Sunrise Divers, and Carey Deep Scuba.
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      A travel blog entry by mothman on Nov 10, 2014

      ... and then swimming out to where the cruiseship tours were going and then drifting back with current to the small pier at the Money Bar. Lots of fish but no coral. Josefina thought it was too choppy so did not partake. I only went in once.

      $10 taxi back to ship. An ok day but nothing amazing, weather definitely better though.


      Bienvenidos a Mexico! (Welcome to Mexico!)

      A travel blog entry by haylowey on May 09, 2014

      19 photos

      ... with the Alamo salesman in Spanish. He also spoke in Spanish to every Mexican human being he encountered. What a stud! While circumnavigating the island of Cozumel, we stopped in San Gervasio at the Parador Turistico Mayan Ruins. We saw far more iguanas than Mayan Ruins, and there were 10 decent-sized Mayan Ruin sites. A couple of whoppers (large iguanas) would not let us pass, so we waited until the next group of humans reached us. We kindly let ...

      CAYE CAULKER - "Go Slow"

      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 25, 2014

      100 photos

      ... waters. Carlos was dangling something in the water that was attracting sharks to our boat. I couldn't believe my eyes when he casually said "they're sharks." There was countless sharks in the water, more and more but the minute, I was like 'are you insane.' Carlos casually informed us they were only nurse sharks & they were completely harmless to humans. That aside they were still at least 2.5 mts long, big enough and scary enough to raise all my hairs on end. ...

      Island Explore

      A travel blog entry by princesspanky on Jan 02, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... it's for tips, crafty. On the beach is a restaurant, bar, snorkel hire and canoe hire. The sea is much calmer here and there are families enjoying the beach on free loungers, a rarity here. I am most upset they don't serve hot drinks but it's a nice place to be with Mexican music playing in the back ground. This is far less tacky than the last place although I do spot a young Italian in Speedos - why oh why? We head home before it gets dark and drop the bike off ...

      Xcitement in Xcaret

      A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 04, 2013

      1 comment, 50 photos

      ... from the hordes of cruise-ship passengers ferried there on a daily basis from their stopover in Cancun. That's not to say that it doesn't cater for those who wish to swim with dolphins, 'sea trek' underwater coral reefs in huge plastic helmets, man-handle stingrays and generally spend hundreds of extra US dollars above and beyond the general admission price. However it also celebrates Mexican and Mayan history, wildlife and culture as part and parcel of its already ...

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