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416 pages

Fodor's Cancun & the Riviera Maya, with Cozumel & the Best of the Yucatan

Creator: Fodor's Travel Guides | Travel - 2015-07-28

Fodor’s correspondents highlight the best of the area, including the Riviera Maya’s beaches, Cancún's vibrant nightlife, and Cozumel's brilliant coral reefs.

Publisher: Fodor's

About this book
Fodor’s correspondents highlight the best of the area, including the Riviera Maya’s beaches, Cancún's vibrant nightlife, and Cozumel's brilliant coral reefs. Our local experts vet every recommendation to ensure you make the most of your time, whether it’s your first trip or your fifth. MUST-SEE ATTRACTIONS from Isla Mujeres to Tulum PERFECT HOTELS for every budget BEST RESTAURANTS to satisfy a range of tastes GORGEOUS FEATURES on Chichén Itza, diving, and tequila VALUABLE TIPS on when to go and ways to save INSIDER PERSPECTIVE from local experts COLOR PHOTOS AND MAPS to inspire and guide your trip



28 pages

Best Dives of Mexico, Cozumel & Akumal

Creator: Joyce Huber | SPORTS & RECREATION - 2014-06-30

I have bought both editions of this book, mostly because the first edition got so dog-eared that I wanted a clean one for vacation last year. The book is a marvelous source of information for both the snorkeler and the diver.

Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc

About this book
Based on the classic Best Dives of the Caribbean, this publication focuses on the Mexican Riviera Maya, Cozumel and Akumal alone. Includes the latest and best dive and snorkel sites, each rated for visual excellence and marine life. The author''s knowledge of the sites is unparalleled. From sunken planes and snorkel trails to blue holes, the best destinations beneath the waves are covered. Also covered are the best places to stay & eat, activities, sightseeing and all practical details needed for visitors. I have bought both editions of this book, mostly because the first edition got so dog-eared that I wanted a clean one for vacation last year. The book is a marvelous source of information for both the snorkeler and the diver. The authors divide the book into chapters on individual islands, starting out with a brief but interesting history of the island, a topographical description, relative location map, best time to go, weather, and proximity to other islands. They then rate the island''s diving locations, awarding from 1 to 5 stars, and provide another larger map visually locating the sites. Each site is described in detail, with info on depth, sea life, currents, visibility, photo ops and difficulty level. As if that weren''t enough, they include some (but not enough!) beautiful photos, and end each chapter with yet more info on dive operators (detailed), beaches, other activities, dining, accommodations (with rates, addresses and phone numbers), medical facilities, documentation requirements, currency, driving, local customs, departure taxes, etc. I''ve been exploring the Caribbean for almost a decade now; I take this compact book with me everywhere. My only complaint: I wish they covered more islands! -- (Suziekew). The new, 2006, third edition of Best Dives of the Caribbean is packed full of dive-vacation planning information. It tells what time of year to go, the most popular dive sites with details on what to expect, depths, average sea conditions-- I get seasick if it''s rough and prefer diving where the sites are ten minutes or less by boat, or better yet accessible from the beach. Indeed, some of the other one-desination guides are more suitable for the coffee table, but they don''t tell me anything about the dive resorts, the $$ cost. I would not consider planning a dive-vacation to the Caribbean without consulting this gem of a travel guide. The dive resort write ups are detailed and give rates and package deals. Any, the author gives an email for additional questions. -- Janice Brink. Diver-friendly resorts and hotels are featured, along with many recommended outfitters for learning, improving and mastering your diving skills. A list of decompression chambers is given. Landlubbers will appreciate the sightseeing sections. Color photos enhance the text. Maps show dive site locations. A must-have for divers, snorkelers, or those who just love to float in liquid turquoise. -- Brenda Fine, Travel Editor, NY Law Journal.



89 pages

Diving & Snorkeling, Cozumel

Creator: George S. Lewbel, Larry R. Martin | Sports & Recreation - 1998

Located off Mexico's Yucatan Peninsular in the warm, tropical waters of the western Caribbean, Cozumel Island, with its crystalline waters and colorful reefs, boasts some of the best diving in the world.

Publisher: Pisces Books

About this book
Located off Mexico's Yucatan Peninsular in the warm, tropical waters of the western Caribbean, Cozumel Island, with its crystalline waters and colorful reefs, boasts some of the best diving in the world. From the grand coral canyons of Palancar Reef to the botanical wonderland of Chankanab, Cozumel continues to be a top destination for all levels of underwater exploration. This guidebook, illustrated with full-color photos, describes some of the most popular and interesting dive sites Cozumel has to offer.


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  • Lonely Planet

    Lonely Planet Cancun, Cozumel & the Yucatan (Travel Guide)

    eBooks (Lonely Planet)

    Rating (38 reviews):
    (3.7/5)
    Lonely Planet

    An Embarrassment for the Lonely Planet Series

    When I bought the book I was torn by the split rating of two 5s and two 1s. Now, that I used the book to travel Yucatan, I find the 1 star rating absolutely justified. Tons of information in the book are inaccurate. Some examples: The book tells you there is a visa fee if you arrive by air - there isn't. It tells you Chichen Itza closes at 5.30pm followed by a light show at 7 pm. It closes at 4.30pm and there is no light show. Many sights like the Muyil ruins (which was amazingly beautiful) are not even described, the information about the appreciation of credit cards and USD was wrong - almost nowhere you can pay with credit card and get ripped off if you pay with USD. It happens frequently that unspectacular sights are hyped in the description. The authors are way to often rating the sights instead of describing them. In addition the book is almost free of the typical Lonely Planet insider tips which make the other travel guides so valuable.Provided maps are vastly of no use,... 1/5 yJohnson - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Lonely Planet Cancun, Cozumel & the Yucatan (Travel Guide) (Kindle Edition) When I bought the book I was torn by the split rating of two 5s and two 1s. Now, that I used the book to travel Yucatan, I find the 1 star rating absolutely justified. Tons of information in the book are inaccurate. Some examples: The book tells you there is a visa fee if you arrive by air - there isn't. It tells you Chichen Itza closes at 5.30pm followed by a light show at 7 pm. It closes at 4.30pm and there is no light show. Many sights like the Muyil ruins (which was amazingly beautiful) are not even described, the information about the appreciation of credit cards and USD was wrong - almost nowhere you can pay with credit card and get ripped off if you pay with USD. It happens frequently that unspectacular sights are hyped in the description. The authors are way to often rating the sights instead of describing them. In addition the book is almost free of the typical Lonely Planet insider tips which make the other travel guides so valuable.Provided maps are vastly of no use,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 1, 2014

    not up to the usual lonely planet standard

    We have always devoured our LP guides for asia and hawaii and took them with us everywhere we went.I don't if its b/c of websites like trip advisor, but this new LP guide for Cancun is like reading a large tourist brochure you get for free, listings but no real info.For instance, the info on Tulum and mayan ruins had very little about the ruins. That is a major attraction and most people reading lonely planets are usually independent travelers so there should have been more info. What food is available on the beach and how long the walk is from the ruins to the beach areas? There are many restaurants, you just have to keep waling down the beach.This book was like the old Fodor's guides, but without the great pictures. A great read for the airplane to get you excited about the trip, but not really any practical info.Don't buy this guide if plan on using it for specific info when you travel, but use it to help you frame your travel... 1/5 Skater (Oregon) - See all my reviews This review is from: Lonely Planet Cancun, Cozumel & the Yucatan (Travel Guide) (Paperback) We have always devoured our LP guides for asia and hawaii and took them with us everywhere we went.I don't if its b/c of websites like trip advisor, but this new LP guide for Cancun is like reading a large tourist brochure you get for free, listings but no real info.For instance, the info on Tulum and mayan ruins had very little about the ruins. That is a major attraction and most people reading lonely planets are usually independent travelers so there should have been more info. What food is available on the beach and how long the walk is from the ruins to the beach areas? There are many restaurants, you just have to keep waling down the beach.This book was like the old Fodor's guides, but without the great pictures. A great read for the airplane to get you excited about the trip, but not really any practical info.Don't buy this guide if plan on using it for specific info when you travel, but use it to help you frame your travel... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 6, 2014

    Perfect for the Cruise Ship Set

    2/5 Anna Runkle (Berkeley, CA) - See all my reviews, January 24, 2014


  • Jackson Lindsay

    Local Knowledge Travel Guides:Best Of Cozumel

    Book (Jackson Lindsay)
    List Price: $10.95


  • Franko Maps Ltd.

    Cozumel Dive & Adventure Guide Franko Maps Waterproof Map

    Book (Franko Maps Ltd.)

    Rating (19 reviews):
    (4.8/5)
    Franko Maps Ltd.

    Great map - LOTS of information!

    5/5 Jane Anderson (San Diego, CA USA) - See all my reviews, July 5, 2008

    Useful map

    5/5 Gabe Donzelli (Chicago, IL) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cozumel Dive & Adventure Guide Franko Maps Waterproof Map (Map) I found this map useful both figuring out where we had dived that day and what fish I saw. It also has a decent map of the town and a detailed map of the area immediately around the town.Given the way diving is run in Cozumel at large, a map is useful but not essential, since you are taken around by the dive operators. Most diving is done from a boat. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 17, 2011

    Great resource with loads of info!

    5/5 flyfisherman86 (NORTHFIELD, MN United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cozumel Dive & Adventure Guide Franko Maps Waterproof Map (Map) I was worried I'd get an outdated map since the Amazon page says "Release date: March 1, 2007" but I'm happy to report the map I received was made in 2013. I think this map will be very useful on our upcoming trip. The quality seems great and I'm glad it's waterproof. If I had one complaint it's that the small text on the map is printed in a color that isn't very contrasted to the background making it a little hard to read with my aging eyes. I'm sure it will be better in sunlight. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 7, 2014
    List Price: $8.99


  • Meadow Hawk Digital Design

    Cozumel Reef Guide: for Divers and Snorkelers

    eBooks (Meadow Hawk Digital Design)



  • Can-Do Publishing, Inc.

    Cozumel Map & Travel Guide (MapChick's Can-Do Map & Travel Guides)

    Book (Can-Do Publishing, Inc.)

    Rating (19 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Can-Do Publishing, Inc.

    Must have for visiting Cozumel !

    5/5 Brent Miller (San Diego) - See all my reviews, April 6, 2013

    Received the maps quickly and they do not disappoint, They are loaded with information

    4/5 Music Enthusiast (Minnesota, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cozumel Map & Travel Guide (MapChick's Can-Do Map & Travel Guides) (Map) Received the maps quickly and they do not disappoint, They are loaded with information, tips and recommendations. My only suggestion is that they could be on stronger paper. Worth the money though. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 21, 2014

    We needed this to plan out trip..

    4/5 Cassandra Dietrich - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cozumel Map & Travel Guide (MapChick's Can-Do Map & Travel Guides) (Map) We went to Cozumel for 7 days and used this plan our whole trip. Glad I purchased. And We now have it as "memorabilia" from that trip. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 3, 2015



  • World By Shotglass

    Cozumel Mexico Sea Shells Shot Glass

    Kitchen (World By Shotglass)

    Measures 2.25" tall and 1.8" in diameter
    5x6cm style shot glass
    Makes a great gift or a nice collector's item
    Souvenir from Cozumel, Mexico



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