Fun in the sun, food and drinks. If you are looking for something that is not the ordinary Carnival Cozumel excursions, then a trip to Mr. Sancho's All-Inclusive Beach Club in Cozumel, Mexico may be what you are looking for. They have many activities available and are located very close to the cruise terminals. Lounge on the Cozumel beaches, go on a horseback ride or hang out in one of the pools and visit the swim-up bar for a tropical drink; these are just a few options that Mr. Sancho's Beach Clubs Cozumel have available.
How to get to Mr Sanchos from the port
Once you leave your cruise ship you are forced to walk thru the barrage of gift shop workers. If you have taken a cruise then you are already familiar with this. Everyone has something to sell and you are surely going to hear about it. After you get to the taxi loading area you are only about a 10-minute cab ride away from relaxing on the beach.
After getting checked-in, I recommend renting a locker to keep your stuff in. There is a $10 deposit for the rental but otherwise, it is included. The lockers are quite large and can hold a lot of stuff! There are also bathrooms and changing rooms available.
We had an all-inclusive day pass which included: All you can eat, all you can drink (not including shots), beach chair access, palapa access, two pool with swim up bars and kayak rentals. We decided to go down to the beach and see if we could get a shaded area under a palapa for the day. The beach ended up being crowded, but we had our own table to relax at and the view of the ocean is always a good way to spend a day.
The ocean has a sandy bottom in this area although the water was kind of cloudy (probably from all the people). There were not a lot of waves so it was easy to just hang out and talk without getting pushed around.
Mr Sancho's Menu
We spent the afternoon just kind of going back and forth from eating at our palapa to swimming in the ocean. The staff at Mr. Sancho's Cozumel Beach Club were all very friendly and pretty quick to get food or drinks for us. The only thing that took some time was the whole fried fish…it was worth the wait. On that note, all of the food was very tasty. The drinks are a little sugary, but that’s a personal preference. We didn’t go into the pools, sit at the bar that had swings instead of bar stools, or lay in the hammocks that are available because a rain storm moved in and we wrapped up our day at Mr. Sancho's pretty quick and started thinking about the next day when we would arrive in Belize and visit the Mayan ruin of Lamanai.
A few last tips from the day.
- They have free wi-fi available but down on the beach, the service is pretty spotty. Up by the pools and the main entrance gets the better reception.
- Up by the main entrance, they have a small buffet set up. Pretty good food and up don’t have to wait.
- Get there early and see if you can snag a cabana! You can reserve one for a fee but once you are there they are first come first serve.
- Towels are not available. Bring your own!
You can find more information about Mr. Sancho's All-Inclusive Day Passes on their website: Mr. Sanchos
Drinking on the beach not your thing? Check out our other Cozumel excursions! Maybe you wanna drive thru the jungle to a cenote and snorkel? Check out our trip to Jade Cavern!
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