Cosmetic & Bariatric Surgery
Can you imagine traveling to a Caribbean island, having your procedure, treatment or surgery performed, and then relaxing during your recovery period in a tropical, tranquil paradise?
You could enjoy your recovery period, perhaps while looking at the crystal clear waters from a ocean view property. Does this sound appealing? Or, perhaps a lodging choice in town with all of the charm and character of the authentic, unique island would be your preference.
Then, you can return home with much of the recovery and healing behind you. Depending upon the procedure, you might return home with hardly any sign or indication that you’ve had a procedure, other than looking great!
With prices at 50-75% less then in the United States and treatment delivered to high international standards, it’s not hard to see many vacationers to Cozumel are returning home with that brighter smile or trimmer waistline.
How to get to Cozumel?
Cozumel is an island. So the only way to get there is by airplane, ferry or cruiseship.
Cozumel has a small but modern airport with international flights with near-daily non-stop service from US hubs in Houston (United Airlines), DFW (American Airlines) Charlotte (US Airways) Atlanta (Delta Airline) and Miami (American Airline). You may also opt for a flight into Cancun and take a ferry ride over.
What to do in Cozumel?
Check out the island’s many miles of beautiful white sand beaches. From larger theme park style beach clubs, to smaller local beaches with fishing boats, everyone is guaranteed somewhere to enjoy the day.
Lose yourself for hours amongst Cozumel’s many fantastic shops. Buy souvenirs for you, your family and friends. From pottery, jewelry, carvings and art, to silver, clothes and artesania.
Find out why Cozumel is one of the world’s top dive destinations.
Learn about Cozumel’s local history and ecology, taste tequila and see how it’s made, enjoy an interactive Mayan experience or visit incredible ruins at the island’s archeological sites.
Surrounded by deep, blue ocean waters, Cozumel’s chefs have access to the freshest bounty of the sea, plus they draw on the rich culinary heritage of the Yucatan, a melange of Mayan, Spanish, and French influences. Of course, some of the dishes found on Cozumel’s menus are well-known Mexican classics like chiles rellenos, tamales, guacamole and enchiladas, but there are surprises–Cozumel is closer to Havana than Mexico City, just 300 miles, consequently some aspects of island cooking reflect Caribbean influences.
One of the simplest dishes served on the island’s outdoor beach cafes is freshly-caught grilled fish, served on a skewer, or served on a banana leaf plate with salsa, fresh corn tortillas and small “limones,” similar to key limes. Cochinita Pibil, pork flavored with achiote and sour orange, then wrapped in banana leaves and baked in a pit dug in the ground, is a signature dish of the region. One of the island’s most refreshing appetizers or light lunch entrees is ceviche made from the freshest ocean fish, shrimp or conch, marinated in lime juice and mixed with diced chile peppers, cilantro, sweet onions and chopped tomatoes.