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There are two cruise terminals in this part of the island and this Puerta Maya area is much nicer than the terminal next door called the International Pier. That is where our ship was docked and since we were here before last summer we took...More
I purchased a diamond and tanzanite ring from Plata Maya located in Cozumel, Mexico while on vacation with my family on June 1, 2018. At the time of purchase, I was told by the salesman that the oval tanzanite and diamond stones where authentic and...More
We stopped here on a cruise and this place is stunning, from the white sand to the beautiful blue waters. It was an absolute delight to shop in this little area and there is a small beach here as well. The rum cakes are extraordinary...More
Lots of hawkers outside their duty free shops pushing over priced jewelry, trinkets & other items for cruisers. watch what your purchase! Can't return like Walmart! look for one shop that displayed "USA" prices $1 up ...cheaper than others, Example: sundress $10 compare to similar...More
We have cruised into Cozumel numerous times. Puerta Maya is one of our favorites! There is a variety of shops and restaurants here including Los Cinco Soles. You can purchase handcrafted items from Mexico, perfume, clothing, or jewelry without ever leaving the port (if you...More
So, my daughter and I visited Cozumel for 4 days. We jsut returned on the 25th. We visited the Chankanaab Park one day, passing by Puerta Maya. Many shops, restaurants and clean areas. On the way back I asked the driver to stop us there...More
The pier is long, bright white and hot. We walked outside the protected area. While there are a lot of hawkers, it is safe. We found local beers (reasonable prices) in stand-up coolers in many stores & pharmacies. There were also pirates and parrots to...More