The Reefs of Cozumel
SCUBA DIVING MAP
SNORKELING MAP
FISH I.D. CHART
COZUMEL LAND MAP
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Over 50 scuba diving and snorkeling sites
Copyright 2005
by Perry McFarlin

Published by
Can-Do publishing inc.

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Our Cozumel map and travel guide also shows Cozumel reef locations
A complete guide for both scuba divers and snorkelers.
On the scuba diving side you'll find a map and explanations of 36 diving reefs.
Click on the map below for a detailed look.
On the snorkeling side you'll find a map and explanations of 20 snorkeling sites.
Click on the map at the bottom for a detailed look.
Reefs and dive sites
shown and described
in this guide:

Airplane wreck
Barracuda
Bolones
Cardona
Caribe Blu
Cedral wall
Chankanaab park
Chankanaab shallows
Chun Chacaab
Chun Chacaab shallows
Colombia deep
Colombia shallows
Dalila
Dzul-Ha
El Cielo
El Paso del Cedral
Felipe Xicotencatl
Fiesta Americana
La Caletita
La Francesa
Las Palmas
Maracaibo fingers
Maracaibo wall
San Juan
Eagle Ray cove
Villa Blanca shallows
Villa Blanca wall
The twins
Palancar Bricks
Palancar Caves
Palancar Gardens
Palancar Horseshoe
Panga barge wreck
Paradise
Paradise shallows
Playa Corona
Presidente
Punta Molas
Punta Sur-Devil's Throat
Punta Sur-The Cathedral
Punta Sur-The Chapel
Punta Tunich
San Clemente
San Francisco
Santa Rosa shallows
Santa Rosa wall
Shipwreck C-53
Tormentos
Uva
Yucab
Yucab wall

Cozumel scuba diving map and guide
Cozumel snorkeling map and guide
If you'll be visiting on a cruise ship, this guide will help you plan which snorkeling areas you'll most want to visit. Do you want to take a boat tour to beautiful Palancar Gardens and Colombia Shallows; or just do a little snorkeling from shore to explore the airplane wreck, or enjoy the beach club at Dzul-Ha.

For those who will be diving Cozumel the entire week, you'll definitely want to know all the options available so you can get the most excitement and variety from your dives. This guide takes you on a plunge down Devil's Throat, explore shipwreck C-53 (Felipe Xicontncatl), enjoy a few shore dives, and tell you the great reefs for night diving.