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Cozumel Facts

Power
Electrical Power 120-volt system. Electrical converters are not necessary. However, purchase a surge protector for valuable electronic equipment such as computers.
Intl Calls
From Mexico, the code into the international circuit is 001 followed by the
area code and the number.
Country code for Mexico is 52.
While in Mexico, dial 040 for information
Safety
For most safety issues, use common sense.
Location
Latitude: 20° 30' North
Longitude: 86° 57' West
Climate
Yearly average of a sunny 80F or 27C.
Time Zone
Time Zone: Central Standard Time
Language
Official language Spanish. English is understood by most people employed in tourism


Cozumel, Mexico

EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Ambulance 872-06-39
Fire Department 872-08-00
Police 872-00-92
Red Cross 872-10-58

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Cozumel Facts

LOCATION: Small island, 12 miles off the Yucatan Peninsula

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: Cozumel - Continental, Mexicana & American Airlines

CAPITAL CITY: San Miguel

AIRLINES: CO 800-525-0280 MX 800-531-7921 AA 800-433-7300

DEPARTURE TAX: Approximately US $12 / per person

ENTRY DOCUMENTS: Proof of citizenship & return ticket

CURRENCY: Peso

SIZE OF COUNTRY: 29 ml long, 8 ml wide

POPULATION: Approximately 70,000

ELECTRICITY: 110V/60 cycles

CLIMATE: Tropical - Hot, 75% humidity

AIR TEMPERATURE: Average of 77F

CLOTHING: Light, informal

WATER TEMPERATURE: Average of 80F

VISIBILITY: 60 to 100 ft

RAINY SEASON: May, June, Sept & Oct are wettest

DRIVING LICENSE: Not needed

TOURISM BOARD: Mexican bureau in Lax 213-351-2069 Consulate 213-351-6828


Drinking Water
Stay away from ice, uncooked food, seafood that may not have been refrigerated, unpasteurized milk and milk products, and drink only bottled water or water that has been boiled for several minutes. When ordering cold drinks at untouristed establishments, skip the ice, ask for your beverage sin hielo. For mild cases of turista, try Pepto-Bismol. Drink plenty of purified water. For children there is a special rehydrating formula available at all pharmacies. If you suspect food poisoning, see a local doctor immediately. If diarrhea persists for more than two days, see one of the local doctors.



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