Cozumel Pearl Farm Tour
is a family owned and operated pearl farm nestled in a beautiful white sandy beach on the north shore of Cozumel Island.
Being the only active Pearl Farm in the Caribbean, Cozumel Pearl Farm is located in a natural protected area that remains pristine and untouched; it is only accessible by boat since it is surrounded by the mangrove lagoon ecosystem on one side and the fascinating turquoise color waters of the Caribbean on the other.
Conceived as a project of research and development of the species Pinctada radiata in 2001, this spectacular place opened its doors for ecotourism in early 2012 with the purpose to promote responsible travelling and preserve the area in its untouched state for future generations to enjoy.
Be one of our exclusive guests, enjoy this unique experience and become part of our project.
Join us on this authentic and unique tour experience.
Let us share our piece of paradise with you and our passion for nature, Enjoy the amazing landscape untouched and in pristine conditions.
Ideal destination for those who want to experience sustainable ecotourism
away from crowds.
Small groups to guarantee our best personal attention.
Ride to the northern point of the island where only local fishermen go and Observe the fascinating green and turquoise colors that can only be seen in the north shore.
See the remaining of “Princesa Maya” shipwreck.
the pearl oyster hatchery, see the life size “Virgen de Guadalupe” statue and see an artificial reef that is growing life.
Practice our super fun and easy Speed Snorkel above the farm area, see the amazing coral formations and marine life.
Learn about our story and how this project began.
Visit the pearl museum and understand the virtues to a pearl: size, shape, color, surface and luster.
Tour the farm facilities and the working areas.
Enter our LAB and discover how pearls are grown.
Let us share with you our passion for Pearls!!
Enjoy an ice cold beer or soda in our famous wet bar.
Rest under the cozy shadow of the palapa after a delicious lunch.
Walk on the endless white sandy beach where only a few locals have ever been.
Spend time reading on the hammocks feeling the gentle breeze away from crowds.