Thoughts on - Cozumel Chankanaab Beach Park Snorkel and All Inclusive Day Pass Excursion

We are looking at this excursion, have any of you tried it? We found it for $38, Mr. Sanchez for $49.

 

thanks in advance!

Brian

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We haven't tried it, but I am looking forward to your review, if you decide to do it!

Chankanaab Park was nice, but I really don't know that I would want to spend an entire day there.  We were bored after around three hours (mostly beach time).  One thing that was cool was that there were iguanas on the walking trail.  As you got closer, they would freeze and blend in with the surroundings.  Pretty fun to watch them.  I'm thinking of Kyle as I type this--not sure what kinds of things bother him, but this would freak DH's sister totally out. 

Passion island is the best beach excursion that you can do in Cozumel.  I have been there twice and both times loved it.  40 min catamaran ride out to a private beach where you get all you can eat lunch and all you can drink watered down booze, LOL.  Try the Melon Balls drink.  It is the most pristine beach and cleanest clearest water!

We had that booked last cruise, and it was cancelled due to a wind advisory.  Can't wait to get back there--we definitely want to try it.

We loved Paradise Beach because there was a beach area and also a pool with lots of seating. It was really inexpensive - paid something like $3 entrance fee plus agreed to buy food and beverages. The cab fare was cheap too.

 

For Paradise Beach, do you have to pay for the umbrellas etc? Not wanting to spend $$$$$ Last time we went to Cozumel, we rode the Barf Boat over to Playa del Carmen, did a Beach/Shop deal,  2 hrs beach, 2 hrs powerwalking to the shops. Paid for umbrellas and food. I would not mind the inclusive deals to where I knew how much we would spend, but I am also kinda cheap!

 

Just to add in the mix, we are also looking at El Cid, which is right down from the cruise pier, it is $49 a person, but then of course we would not have to pay for the taxi.

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