Cozumel Reefs National Park was dubbed a protected area in 1996 and within its barriers are located 85 percent of the island's dive sites.
Positioned on the outer parts of San Miguel, west of "downtown," Cozumel Reef National Park invites residents and vacationers lodging in this town or an area nearby. Even if you are not staying in the vicinity, you are free to stop by to enjoy a great time.
There are plenty of restaurants to pick from in the region around the wildlife reservation. Rock'n Java, which serves International meals, is also the most convenient dining option from the wildlife reservation. The restaurant is only around a short distance away from this nature preserve, so stop by and dig in! Also within reach, you will find eateries like and Mexico en los Signos letting you be picky as you choose between a variety of lunch and dinner possibilities.
You'll find some additional attractions nearby, including, which is within traveling range in the Riviera Maya.
Location: San Miguel, Cozumel
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