Three Generations Aboard Ship; fireworks; night
  • On Jan 19, 2013
    Connie Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We are a group of 6 and so how do we choose the best tour for cozumel? 4 adults and DD6 and DD2 (almost 3) Seeing the ruins and snorkling are a must for our 5n cruise. What is the best tour for our day in Cozumel with a 2year old and DD6:)

    Hi Connie,
    Thanks for writing back with more cruise questions! I've done a little research for you, and I have some recommendations for your itinerary.  When you stop in Cozumel, I recommend the Cozumel Highlights and Mayan Ruins for you crew.  The travel time isn't too long for your little ones and strollers can be brought along if it folds easily.  During your tour, your family will be able to explore the ruins at San Gervasio, see stunning views of the island, and pick up a special Mexican keepsake. 
    I would save your snorkeling adventures for Disney's private island, Castaway Cay.  Snorkeling equipment does not need to be reserved ahead of time and can easily be picked up at Gils' Fins and Floats or Flipper n Floats.  The snorkeling lagoon is great for beginners, and there are some hidden surprises to find while exploring the spectacular marine life!  Equipment can be rented for the entire day so you can snorkel at your leisure!
    I hope these suggestions are helpful, Connie! Hope to hear from you again real soon!
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