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ATTENTION! GEO-CACHE Treasure Hunters ~
GPS for WEBCAM 1 20.30.391, W 86.57.384

We now have 2 office locations to better serve you!

602-B Melgar (Upstairs)
Between Navy Base & Hotel Barracuda
(50 yards SOUTH of Punta Langosta Pier)
Phone: 987-869-0504
GPS: N 20.30.391,
W 86.57.384

316 / 332 55 Avenida
Between Calle 3Sur & Morelos
(15 minute walk into town area)
Phone: 987-869-0504
GPS: N 20.30.032,
W 86.56.368

125 x 125: Evergreen - Unexpected Delays
: Depending on season, one office or the other could be closed part of the day. So call first to see where we are ~ we would love to meet you!

But please do BY our office, say "HI" and pick up a FREE COZUMELINSDER MAP, PEN or KEYCHAIN! We'd like to meet you and assist you with excursions, rental cars, and island accommodations!

A Personal Note from Sherri "10 Year Milestone: Emily & Wilma"
Sherri Davis - Owner/Operator CozumelInsiderIt’s been an incredible late Summer and Fall Season here on the island and our peak hurricane risk months of August, September and October are passing us by without a hint of even a tropical storm! Actually up until just the past few days, we experienced virtually no storms and very little rain this year during what is known as the “rainy season” for us. That being said, I think the rain gods decided to get us caught up on rainfall this year by giving us downpours for the past 6 days! I think everything I own is wet right now! Ha ha!! But that’s how it goes living on a tropical island paradise ~ some days you just get wet!

The good news is that we have sunny skies once again in our forecast this week and as late as it’s getting now in October, we’re all very hopeful the hurricane season will end uneventfully for us. I would be remiss to let these days pass by without stopping to pause and remember them as the 10th Anniversary of Hurricanes EMILY and WILMA hitting the island in 2005. Cozumel received a direct hit from both of these Category 4 strength storms and, as it turns out, WILMA is still considered the biggest storm to ever pass through the Atlantic Ocean.

Take a moment if you will and visit the
webpages we created during and just after WILMA. It’s interesting to read our perspectives of the time and see all the photos. And then 1 year later the “Then & Now” Photos we published to demonstrate how far we had come in our recovery in just 1 year. We literally “felt the love” that year with millions of hits on this website and thousands of emails wishing us well and offering support.

While the residual effects of EMILY & WILMA are fading from memory, for those of us here who survived those storms they still serve as an important “mile marker” in time since the economic impact lingered for years. I personally am reminded daily of those events since I live surrounded by an area covered with jungle growth. From my third floor balcony it’s easy to look across the tree tops and find dozens of dead tree trunks that tower above the existing green foliage. Ten years later, the jungle still has not recovered to the height it was when EMILY & WILMA hit the island. But one day, we’ll get there and I’ll look across the jungle and see nothing but green!

We’re doing all the final “prep steps” before high season kicks off here in a few weeks and it’s time for you to do the same! So get online or speak with your travel agent and start making your plans now to visit Cozumel this Winter Season.
We’re here….ready for you to arrive!

Check Out Sherri's Previous Writings!
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PalMar SMALL Snorkel Beach Club
Sea Turtle Life Cycle Card - Back Side
Cozumel Island Map & Reef Creature Identification Cards
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IslaMar Vacation Villa #5 Norte 1BR/1Bath Holiday Rental
Damsel Fish
Cozumel Dive Paradise & Hotel Barracuda - Dive Package
Lush Green Tropical Paradise Garden
IslaMar Vacation Villa #5 Norte 1BR/1Bath Holiday Rental
Franko Maps - Cozumel Map Back Side Inset
Cozumel Island Map & Reef Creature Identification Cards
Personal Experiences
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My family and I have returned to Cozumel many times - it's a favorite destination and we have watched it change over the past 20 years. The Cozumel Insider is a great publication - it's a wonderful way to keep up with the news about one of our favorite islands. We are preparing to visit again this August and the Insider has shown us some different activities to try, as well as helped to bring us up to date with local political and ecological happenings. We're delighted to see the interest in wildlife conservation throughout the area. Keep up the good work on this terrific site. D. McClean ~ unknown

I just wanted to let you know we really enjoyed our experience with the turtle salvation program this week. It was an amazing evening I will never forget. I will be sure to share the info with my local dive shops and SCUBA club when I return. I know that many others would love to participate and support the turtles. Thanks again and if you could pass along our appreciation to the biologists and other volunteers, we know it is all of your dedication that helps the turtles. J & D Lamb ~ Tucson, AZ

My wife and I are so pleased to have discovered your site. We fell in love with Cozumel the first time we visited. Our plans are to retire in Cozumel, your site will help us to grow in our knowledge of the island and hopefully begin our journey of protecting the islands unique heritage.
Thank you for your hard work, Nathan & Marcy Havner ~ Cheyenne Wyoming USA

Thoroughly enjoyed my two nights of turtle liberation! I have a few jealous friends who are very keen! Do you know how I would go about doing additional turtle releases? Thanks again for all your help! C. Shepherd (October 2015) ~ Milton Keyes, Buck U.K.

Hello my name is Brent C. and I did the Turtle Observation & Release on June 27th. I can honestly not put into words how great and breathtaking the whole experience was! it has always been a dream of mine to watch turtles nest up close and personal but you guys topped that dream and did even better! I almost cried tears of joy when i found out I got to get up close and help remove the turtle eggs as she was laying them! I plan on becoming a marine biologist one day and this whole experience has pushed me farther into my passion for marine biology! I can not say thank you enough! Also cant forget the helpful crew of young men and women that helped us along the night and where ever so kind! Here is a picture of the green sea turtle I named April after she had laid her eggs! Thanks and God Bless Brent C ~ USA

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