Board your air-conditioned coach at a central location in Playa Mia and relax on the 20-minute drive. Your first stop is Hacienda Antigua, where you’ll take a fun tequila tour. Learn about the extraction process, the proper way to taste the iconic Mexican alcohol, and receive tips on how to identify the good stuff from the rest. Then it’s bottom’s up!
After your 15-minute tour, hop aboard your comfortable coach and head to the western side of Cozumel on a scenic drive. Take in the Caribbean views from Cozumel’s uninhabited side, making a quick stop en route at El Mirador — a vista point with fantastic photo ops. When you’ve completed your route around the island, arrive at Playa Mia Grand Beach and Water Park for about two hours of fun in the sun.
Enjoy the best of Cozumel at this top-notch facility, which offers a range of activities for all ages. This famous beach park is the ideal place to swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean, sunbathe on the white-sand beach and have a blast in the pools at the water park. Take the kids to Buccaneer’s Bay with a lagoon pool, which includes a pirate ship, water canons, water sprays and animal slides. Make a splash on the 200-foot (61-meter) long Twin Twister waterslides, check out the Floating Park or head to the underwater Mayan city.
With unlimited non-alcoholic beverages from the still drinks fountain included, relax with your favorite drink at the Oasis Island pool and Hydro-massage tub. When you’re hungry, enjoy an international buffet at La Velaria Restaurant, where you’ll find a variety of salads, side dishes, entrées such as Veracruz-style fish fillet, roasted suckling pig, barbecue chicken and beef fajitas, and last but not least, dessert.
After Playa Mia, take a short ride to Discover Mexico Park, where you’ll spend about 45 minutes. During a four-screen video-collage presentation of Mexico’s culture and history, enjoy lively and rousing images from all over the country, including the Riviera Maya, Oaxaca and Chihuahua. Explore the on-site Museum of Popular Art and follow the architectural evolution of Mexico as you walk through replicas of Chichén Itzá, other Aztec and Mayan pyramids, monuments built during the Spanish colonial era and the elegant boulevard of Mexico City’s Paseo de la Reforma.
Your tour ends with drop-off in the late afternoon at the original departure point.