Cozumel Marine Park

Cozumel Marine Park 2017 Figures Released

2017 statistics show more visitors to the marine park….

Photo Courtesy of Mario Ceh

The National Marine Park, “Arrecifes de Cozumel,”  recently released their statistics for 2017, and although the period only extends to December 28th, there are 74,000 more visitor bracelets sold than 2016.


From the period of January 1, 2017 – December 28, 2017 there were 354,000 bracelets sold as opposed to the 280,000 sold for the calendar year of 2016.


As of January 2, 2018 the price of a Marine Park bracelet is $34.15 mxn.  There are 244 boats with permission to operate within the park.


The National Marine Park became a reality in July 1996, and encompasses 11,000 hectares.  Considered to be a part of the second largest barrier reef system in the world, the “Great Barrier Reef of the Western Atlantic.”

Se dan a conocer las cifras del 2017 del Parque Marino de Cozumel

Las estadísticas del año 2017 muestran mayor cantidad de visitantes al parque marino. . .

Photo Courtesy of Richard Russel

El Parque Nacional Marino “Arrecifes de Cozumel” dio a conocer las estadísticas del año 2017; y no obstante que el periodo sólo abarca hasta Diciembre 28,  a comparación del año 2016 se vendieron 74,000 brazaletes más.


Durante el periodo Enero 1º, 23017 a Diciembre 28, 2017 se vendieron 354,000 brazaletes a comparación de los 280,000 vendidos en el año calendario 2016.


A partir de Enero 2, 2018 el precio del brazalete para ingresar a Parque Marino es $34.15 pesos. En el Parque operan 244 embarcaciones con la debida autorización para hacerlo.


En Julio de 1996 el Parque Marino Nacional se convirtió en una realidad y abarca 11,000 hectáreas. Se le considera como el segundo sistema de arrecifes más grande en el mundo: la “Gran Barrera de Arrecifes del Atlántico Occidental”.

Laura Wilkinson

Author at Cozumel 4 You
Laura Wilkinson is the Editor for Cozumel 4 You. An ex-Connecticut Yankee who has called Cozumel home for over 15 years, Laura ran away to the Caribbean years ago, bumped around the islands teaching SCUBA diving, lost some time in Jamaica, and finally stopped in Cozumel for a 2 week vacation that hasn’t ended yet. With a degree in Journalism from a fancy private college she convinced her parents to pay for, Laura writes, edits, and creates the weekly Cozumel 4 You news, promotional articles about the island, and her very own blog, which she finds hilarious. Her long suffering husband, the Fabster, has long since resigned himself to having zero private life, as he’s been involved in her various schemes and plots since his arrival. Proud parents to a variety of rescue dogs and cats, Laura continues to be the bane of her traditional Mexican mother-in-law’s existence, as she muses her way through life in the Mexican Caribbean.

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