The Luxury Travelista

Luxury Travelista in Cozumel


Try a decadent beachside massage on the shores of the Caribbean sea in Cozumel.

Oh to be a Luxury Travelista in Cozumel.  The beauty of the island’s white, sandy shores never ceases to amaze guests and visitors  alike.  This pristine jewel continues to be one of the brightest stars in the Caribbean collection.

Settled by indigenous Mayan inhabitants some 2,000 years ago, the name Cozumel is derived from the words Cuzam (which means swallow) and Lumil (meaning land of).  The Spaniards assigned the present day pronunciation of the name upon their arrival to the Yucatan Peninsula in the late 16th century.

Until 1961, the island was better known for being a quiet fishing town.  Then, Jacques Costeau the French explorer put Cozumel on the map by using it as his back drop to film many of his under water scuba adventures.

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Daytrippin’ in Cozumel via Princess Cruiselines’ “Caribbean Princess” ship.

From that time until now, Cozumel has been constantly evolving as the perfect ‘travelista’ destination in the Mayan Riviera.  The island has it all; historic ruins from civilizations gone by, decadent shopping, oceanside massages, luxurious tropical temperatures and top notch resort style service.  

Pull up to a cantina while in port for delicious local fare.

The Luxury Travelista in Cozumel will find that there is no lack of “all included” leisure activities, water sport options and fabulous shopping outlets to choose from.  Add to this copious amounts of year-round sun, sea, sky and amazing food.

This entry was published on June 18, 2019 at 1:51 pm. It’s filed under destinations, fun, Lifestyle, Luxury, miscellaneous, Travel, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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