Beach Day at Playa Mia Deluxe with Transfers
Deluxe Playa Mia Beach Day with Open Bar/Buffet
This is the deluxe package with buffet and open bar included for the person who does not want to have to worry about anything on their Cozumel excursion! Come to Cozumel's most popular full service beach for a great day of fun. Playa Mia offers something for everyone. In addition to the white sand beach and beautiful Cozumel water, there is a shopping area, swimming pool, lounge chairs, beach volleyball and soccer courts, ping-pong tables, restrooms and dressing rooms, kayaks, paddle boats, water bicycles, floating mats, and a relaxing oasis island pool and hydro massage tub.
For an additional fee, the following activities and items are also availabile at the park: drinks at the espresso bar, beach umbrellas, snorkel gear, other water sport equipment, outdoor massage, hair braiding, a fish spa, parasailing, and more.
For the younger kids, there is Buccaneer Bay, complete with a pirate ship, with water cannons, and slides. For the older kids and kids at heart, there are two 200-foot water slides in addition to the pool and ocean. Under the ocean, there are sunken Mayan relics you can snorkel over.
Your Cozumel excursion also includes the large buffet-style restaurant, where you can find a wide variety of food for everyone in your group. In addition, you have a domestic open bar which includes everything from soda to cocktails featuring the national beers and liquors.
There are also restrooms, showers and changing rooms available. Lockers can be rented for an additional fee. Many areas of the park are also wheelchair accessible.
If you cannot find something to do at Playa Mia, then you are not looking.
Please Note: The tour price includes transfers to/from the park from the cruise piers. Transfers are at set times, and return transfers usually depart every hour on the hour from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. You will be advised the day of the tour of the exact times the transfers return to the cruise pier.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the rising epidemic of a Coral disease called White Syndrome, which is affecting the coral from Florida to Central America, the Environmental and Local Authorities have asked guests to refrain from applying any sort of sunscreen (regular or biodegradable) prior to entering the waters of Cozumel in an effort to stem the spread of the disease among healthy coral. We kindly ask that guests who are wearing sunblock, rinse it off before entering the ocean. As an alternative, guests are encouraged to wear UV protective clothing such as long sleeve shirts and hats.