These daredevils will re-create the heart-stopping performance of the ancient “voladores”  –  a ritual dance where participants  climb a 30 meter pole and launch themselves  – tied only by their waist  – toward the ground. Check this out inside our Cozumel Cultural Park.

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OPEN HOURS

Discover Mexico Park opens Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The guided tours are usually at 10:00 am or at 1:00 pm, however should you prefer a guided tour at another time, you can request an additional tour time by emailing: info@discovermexico.org or calling +52 1 (987) 857 2820 (Only available during opening hours).

LOCATION

The Discover Mexico Park is located on the western coast of Cozumel, about 11 kilometers (7 miles) south of the town of San Miguel, on the Coastal Highway Km. 5.5, the South Hotel Zone.

Just 5 minutes by taxi or a 10 minutes walk from the main cruise ship docks and 10 minutes by taxi from downtown Cozumel.

LATEST NEWS

3005, 2017

Cruising to Cozumel Island

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Whether you got lucky and you found yourself bound to Cozumel Island on your cruise route or it was something you planned for, Cozumel Island offers an array of activities and places to discover that [...]

1904, 2017

Discover Mexico, Best Handicap-Accessible Tour in Cozumel

By | April 19th, 2017|Categories: Cozumel Travel Tips, Things to do in Cozumel|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

  Discover Mexico Park Cozumel is known for maintaining their grounds, improving their services, and offering tours that are accessible to as many people as possible in our globalized economy. With this vision in mind, [...]

2702, 2017

Alebrije Workshop by Discover Mexico

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  New experience In Cozumel Island – Alebrije Workshop by Discover Mexico! Alebrijes originated in Mexico City in 1936 from Pedro Linares, a Mexican artist. He was known for making piñatas, masks, and papier-mâché figures. [...]

1401, 2017

That Wanderlust at Discover Mexico

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At Discover Mexico we understand the importance of social media, and we recognize the significant influence that bloggers have on their readers. On December 13th, it was our pleasure to welcome Dutch blogger Renate Rigters [...]