In 1960 Jacques Cousteau discovered the sub-aquatic marvels of Cozumel’s Palancar Reef, which he documented as a hidden world of mesmerizing beauty kept untouched by the tides of time. From that moment on, Cozumel has been the idyllic place for those persons with a soul for exploration and treasure seeking, a great site for nature lovers and scuba enthusiasts. The gentle southernly current provides a steady flow of nutrients for a multitude of marine life. Hundreds of exotic species of fish can be discovered in the crystal clear waters off the island. Today, Cozumel is one of the world’s top diving destinations, home to one of the largest and most diverse living reefs in the world. To arrange a day of excellent snorkeling and diving on our numerous Jacque Cousteau discovered reefs, please contact The Money Bar Beach Club; located right in front of the famous Dzul-Ha Reef, and steps away from The Landmark of Cozumel.
The Landmark of Cozumel
KM 6.5 Z.H SUR. ISLA COZUMEL MEXICO
US OFFICE 239.594.9375 and 719.331.2609
MEX OFFICE +(011.52) 987.869.5130
987 is a Local Cozumel Prefix
From U.S. dial 011 + 52 + 987