Paradise Beach guest shore excursion review
Paradise Beach is a popular beach excursion for Royal Caribbean guests visiting Cozumel, Mexico and today we have a great overview of what to expect here.
Royal Caribbean Blog reader Keith Davis recently visited Paradise Beach, and shared his thoughts with us!
Paradise Beach is a beach club that is open to the public for $3 per person.
Once you arrive at Paradise Beach, here is what is available to all guests
- Beach with chairs, loungers and umbrellas
- Freshwater pool with lounge chairs
- Two bars, one at the beach and one at the pool
- Two bathrooms and changing areas, one at the entrance the other behind the bar
For an extra fees there are the following available:
- Paddle boards
- Water toys that include trampolines, slides, climbing iceberg, launch bags, water rocker & water mats
- Snorkel Equipment (Additional fee)
- Massage tent adjacent to beach
- Jet skis (separate vendor)
- Paragliding (separate vendor)
Guests can purchase a Fun Pass for $15, which gets them use of the paddleboards, kayaks, water mats and water toys.
All food & drink are available a la carte.
Beers are $4.50. Tropical drinks $8.50/$14.75 for a souvenir yard glass. Burgers $11.25-$13.25, Chips and salsa $6.00, Nachos $9.25.
There is no all-inclusive option available.
Paradise Beach is located about 6 miles south of the International Pier, which will cost guests about a $15 taxi ride roundtrip.
The entrance into the water does have several areas where there are rocks, the best place to enter the water is the north end (far right) there are no rocks in this area.
Generally when there are several ships in port the beach can get crowded. This last trip there was the Brilliance of the Seas, Independence of the Seas & Carnival Freedom but the beach remained fairly empty. I think the threat of rain definitely came into play there.
It did rain twice, once we went into the roofed bar area and second we just stayed under the umbrella. As is typical the showers passed in 10-15 minutes.
Cabs are plentiful for the return trip back to the ship.
Have you been to Paradise Beach? Share your thoughts on this excursion in our comments below!