Is it time to get out of the snow and cold weather? Get your golf clubs out of the closet or garage? Then is it time to go somewhere warm to chill out.
Plan a vacation in Cozumel.
Famous all over the world for its coral reefs, there are plenty of water sports such as diving, deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking and more. Cozumel’s mostly undeveloped territory at the center of the island is covered by jungle and swampy lagoons, which are home to tiny mammals and endemic birds that have never left the island. Noteworthy is the Chankanaab National Park, a Cozumel icon, and the Punta Sur Ecological Reserve. This huge protected area at the southern tip of the island includes Punta Celarain and its historical lighthouse, as well as the Colombia Lagoon, a shelter for many of the island’s endemic species, as well as other endangered forms of life, such as marine turtles and their nesting areas.
With its beautiful beaches and exotic locale, Cozumel is an ideal destination where lovers can enjoy colorful and breathtaking sunsets, moonlit walks on secluded beaches, swim through crystal clear blue waters and romantic candlelight dinners.
Free those golf clubs and play at the Cozumel Country Club’s 18-hole, 6734-yard, par 72 golf course provides challenges for players of every level of skill, while preserving the surrounding mangrove marshlands and tropical rainforest. The golf course is not long by modern-day standards, but offers four sets of tees to let each player choose the yardage and challenge that best suits them.
At the Coral Princess Club, you’ll delight in all that Cozumel has to offer. The island’s coastal waters, famous for their clarity and teeming aquatic life, are perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. A member benefit special price of $350 for a one bedroom from Dec 12-Dec 19,2009 is yours with a GRN Travel Membership. Prices like this are available to our members everyday. Click the red button below and watch our movie. Sign up today and save on a lifetime of vacations.