Fiesta Americana Cozumel All Inclusive Dive Packages 

Wow what a great property the Fiesta Americana Cozumel is! Truth be told I had a chance to stay here back in 2015. It was only for two nights, but it was long enough to appreciate the property. The “Old Highway” splits the property in half, with the hotel and pool on the jungle side, and the beach front and restaurant / bar pressing up against the limestone shoreline. It sits about 5 minutes south of the cruise ships in a dense jungle.

I like its location in that it is out of town, but not too far south. You have easy access to San Miguel in case you wish to shop or explore, and the boat rides are short and enjoyable 10-15 minutes to Palancar. Very little else is in the area, which means minimal light population at night for those wonderful starry skies. The Explorean, a sister resort of Fiesta Americana, sits directly behind deeper into the jungle, but it is doubtful you will ever notice it.

The beachfront area does not have a walk-out beach. Instead it is a raised limestone shelf back filled with sand. Fiesta Americana made the best of the raised coastline by placing outdoor beds overhanging the ocean.and many ladders for easy ocean access. If you ask my opinion it is better than a walk-out beach. Especially if you enjoy snorkeling, because there is no sand getting stirred up by waves. Slip off your bed into the water below and you are instantly looking at colorful fish. There is also an excellent pier which we use to pick you up each day for your diving.

Take it from the Pros

Pro Tip: The Fiesta Americana is front row seats to the Ironman each year. Both the swimming portion and the cycling portion will pass in front of, or in the case of the cycling, through the resort. It makes for an interesting weekend that is a bit livelier than you may have anticipated had you not known about it ahead of time. This takes place each year traditionally near the end of November. Also, in October is the GFNY, a cycling competition. This will roll right down the Old Highway, too.

Sanitation fee of $1.31 per night charged at resort check-in.

Fiesta Americana Cozumel is the ideal luxury dive getaway

The Fiesta Americana is a bit of a smaller property in relation to the other southern resorts on Cozumel. The property feels much more like an extended hotel than it does a resort. For example, there is no grass on the property. There is a large pool front and center of the property which all rooms get a view of. Additionally, upper level rooms also get that ocean view with sunsets which dreams are made of. 


Fiesta Americana Cozumel Accommodations

The Fiesta Americana Cozumel guest rooms are divided into two categories: Standard Rooms and Suites. The Standard Room comes in the Deluxe Room with Pool View or the Deluxe Room with Ocean View. Each room has a maximum of four adults level comes with your choice of a single King bed, or two double beds. The Pool View gives you 31m^2 of floor space, while the Ocean View is slightly smaller at 30m^2. These room feature a standard 55 inch SmarTV, 24-hour room service, and 250 count Duvet threads.

The Suites are considerably more spacious than the Deluxe Rooms. A total of six options exist within the Suites. The Master Suite and the Master Suite with Plunge Pool both offer only the option of a King bed, but a they are slightly larger at 35m^2. As noted by the title, the Plunge Pool is a great option for those guests which appreciate easy access to the pool. 

If space is what you are after, take a gander at the 2-Bedroom and 3-Bedroom Suites. The 2-Bedroom Family Suite checks in at 65m^2 and can sleep up to 8 adults with a variety of bed arrangements. A group of 10 people can fit in the 3-Bedroom Family Suite and its large 69m^2 floor plan. Still need more room? The 3-Bedroom Family Suite with Private Pool will answer that call with 176m^2 of living space! 

Feeling Presidential?

The Presidential Suite at the Fiesta Americana Cozumel is on the top floor of the building and rewards you with breath taking scenery. There is no better place to take in the Caribbean sunset than out on your private patio sitting in your private Jacuzzi. You know you want to pamper yourself!

  • King Size bed or 2 Double beds
  • Balcony with hammocks
  • Mini bar 
  • Air Conditioning
  • Flat screen television
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Feather Pillow
  • Safe deposit box

  • Break, Lunch, Snacks, and Dinner
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
  • Slippers
  • Shore snorkeling
  • WiFi internet access
  • Huge Freshwater pool
  • Coffee maker
  • Alarm clock

Food & Drink at Fiesta Americana Cozumel

The Fiesta Americana Cozumel offers a number of dining options. Start your morning at the Coffee Corner, our intimate morning spot for fresh Mexican coffee and pastries. During the afternoons lounging ocean side, drop into The Grill for burgers and snacks. El Mexicano is their primary restaurant, and offers, as you may imagine, a culinary delight of local Yucatan and Mayan dishes. Rosato is fine dining with an Italian influence.

A number of bars are spread conveniently around the property as well. At the ocean front enjoy your favorite cocktail as you soak up the Caribbean sun, or grab a cold beverage at the hotel lobby which also services the pool area. 

Fiesta Americana Cozumel

Your Fiesta Americana Cozumel Resort scuba package includes:

  • 6 days of 2-tank boat dives
  • Captain Victor has 30+ years working on boats in Cozumel
  • Divemaster Raymundo has over 10,000 dives in the Cozumel Marine Park
  • 200BAR / 3000psi Air-filled aluminum 80CF cylinders
  • 60 minutes or longer bottom times*
  • 60-70 minute minute surface interval between dives
  • Complete setup, cylinder swap, and clean up of gear
  • Scuba certifications available for an extra fee

  • Microfiber towel for use on board the boat
  • Reef-safe sunblock (Please note: non-reef-safe sunblock is not allowed in the Cozumel Marine Park)
  • Cold water, fresh fruit, snacks on board the boat
  • Rain jacket provided in the event of rain
  • Dry bag provided
  • Cleaning and overnight storage of personal gear if you are diving multiple days
  • Rental gear is not included but is available for an additional $15 fee.
  • Nitrox is available for an additional fee of $10 per cylinder

White glove service provides the perfect valet experience. You just show up and dive!

When you are diving with Salty Endeavors all we ask you to do is show up on schedule. Our staff will have your gear ready on the boat before you arrive. From there you simply backroll onto the magical coral reefs of Cozumel and enjoy your dive. After dive one our staff will swap your air tank, plus have a dry towel and fresh fruit ready for you. Then again all you have to do is fall backwards into the water for us. After dive two we’ll drop you at the Fiesta Americana Cozumel. Our staff will clean, dry, and safely secure your gear and have it ready to go for your next dive trip.


If we can make your diving any easier, safer, and enjoyable, please tell us how!  

Fiesta Americana Cozumel Pier Pick-up

Picking you up at the pier of Fiesta Americana Cozumel couldn’t be any easier for you with their on-site pier.

Fiesta Americana Cozumel

Drone view.

There are many Upgrades and Add-ons available to complete your Fiesta Americana Cozumel Dive Package

  • Nitrox 32% is available ~ $10 / cylinder. Ask about 36% or 40%
  • Aluminum 100 cu. ft cylinder ~ $5 / cylinder
  • Aluminum 100 cu. ft. 32% cylinder ~ $15 / cylinder
  • 2-tank excursion (4-tanks one day) ~ $80
  • 1-tank Night Dive ~ Boat $60 Beach $40
  • Scuba Equipment ~ $15 / day
  • Torch / Flashlight ~ $10 / day
  • SSI or PADI scuba certifications ~ Price varies
  • El Cielo Charters ~ $400 and up

  • Rental Car  ~ $35 and up
  • Tulum 2-tank Cenote Dives ~ $140 and up
  • Playa del Carmen Bull Shark dive ~ $120 per diver
  • Offshore Fishing half or full day ~ $550 and up
  • Various inland tours ~ Price varies
  • Triple or Quadruple Occupancy ~ Call
  • Single Occupancy ~ Call
  • Extra Day ~ Call

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