Punta Sur Eco Park: This ecological reserve, spanning over 600 hectares, is one of Cozumel's most captivating tourist destinations. It's a sanctuary for exotic wildlife, and underwater enthusiasts can explore marine life in its crystal-clear waters. The reserve's unique flora and fauna are a testament to nature's wonders, featuring rare plants, crocodile-inhabited mangroves, and a plethora of beautiful and unusual birds.
A Rich Cultural Landscape: For a tranquil and culturally enriching experience, the park offers visitors the opportunity to explore the historic Celaren Lighthouse, constructed in 1901. The 134 steps to its peak provide awe-inspiring views, and the lighthouse now houses a thematic museum.
Endless Exploration: Located at the southernmost point of the cape, Punta Sur Park is an oasis of tranquility. It features the Karakol, a Maya-era structure, ancient temple ruins, pristine beaches, vibrant reefs, and a stunning lagoon for divers. The park is a testament to Cozumel's natural beauty, history, and adventure, inviting all to explore its enchanting landscapes and revel in the unique atmosphere of peace and serenity.