Cozumel is a Mexican island, the third largest and the second most populated in the country. It is located in eastern Mexico, in the Caribbean Sea, sixty-two kilometers from Cancun and constitutes (along with the Calica and Xel-Há continental enclaves) one of the 11 municipalities of the state of Quintana Roo.
Located in the Mexican Caribbean, Cozumel is a flat island formed of limestone rock that comes from the reefs. The most important natural elevation on the island is less than 13 meters above sea level. The cenotes formed by the filtration of water through the limestone for thousands of years can be explored by swimming or through activities such as snorkeling and diving; Different marine species can be appreciated.