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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 2 days ago

I loved Punta Sur, my only complaint is that we didn't come early enough and they close at 4! Admission price is reasonable ($14 USD), you MUST have a car because the drive in past the gate is quite far, a good 20 minutes to...More

Thank kob0917
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Beautiful view. At the base of the lighthouse they offer free tequila tasting. But what they are selling is not what's inthe bottles they're selling you for $50 to $85. What's in the bottle is not tequila!!! Buyer beware

Thank Kevin T
Reviewed 5 days ago

Worth the money you can spend all day here and the beaches and view from the lighthouse are speculator .

Thank jeanandwillie
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Been here 3 times. Never disappointed. At the end of the road is a beach club, actually two, we like the one on the right, we were offered umbrella and lounge chairs, no pressure to buy or rent, of course we ate and bought drinks,...More

Thank Joe W
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Nice park to visit and see the pristine beachfront. There is a brackish lake area that had a couple crocodiles while we visited. We visited with a private Jeep tour but I believe the entry fee was $11.

Thank BradS65
Reviewed 1 week ago

We have spent full day at the long and white sandly beach after visiting the light tower and boat tour at lagoon, the water is clear and warm, there are not so many people, the beach chairs with umbrella are free you only have to...More

Thank Monica N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful and historic place, Walking up the lighthouse was a challange as it rained prior to and stairs are slippery, but walk up is well worth it for the view.

Thank blacqueorchid
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful picturesque place, worth visiting for nice pictures, we enjoyed the Mayan Ruin el Caracol, it's a small ruin but with the big purpose; climb oldest lighthouse in Cozumel for beautiful views.

Thank Ingrida M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Part of a full island tour we found this stop to be very interesting and educational. Saw a 'salty' crocodile, and hundreds of mosquitoes. Be wary of the merchant stands close to the lighthouse - they are the most expensive on Cozumel, possible the most...More

Thank Brian_Mairs
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Absolutely beautiful to see. Great place to spend an afternoon and have an adventure. We climbed to the top of the lighthouse and got the 360 degree view. Aslo enjoyed the swings and saw a croc in the back pond area. Highly recommend.

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Dustin V
19 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
29 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