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  • Riviera Maya
    Stretching from the fishing village of Puerto Morelos to the biosphere reserve of Sian Ka'an, the Mayan Riviera offers an unforgettable Caribbean coastline experience. Divers and snorkelers will be dazzled by the wrecks of Xcaret and the Puerto Morelos reef. Use a zip line to descend into the sacred subterranean caverns of LabnaHa Eco Park, where you can snorkel an underground river under a canopy of stalactites. The nearby Tulum Monkey Sanctuary will put you in a playful mood.
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  • Akumal
    Akumal means "Place of the Turtle" in the Mayan language, and if you snorkel here, you just might see one swimming alongside you. (Don’t touch it, though. That’s prohibited by law.) You’ll definitely see coral and beautiful fish in the clear, sparkling waters. This tourist-friendly little town is about an hour south of Cancun—but it seems light-years away.
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  • Puerto Morelos
    Puerto Morelos, a peaceful village on the Mayan Riviera, is a place to experience the genuine Yucatan. Puerto Morelos makes an excellent base if you’re looking for someplace quieter than glitzy hotspots like Cancun and Playa del Carmen. Government eco-reserve designations protect the reef and mangroves—and the village itself—from development. Outdoor options range from thrilling jungle and diving adventures to serene bike rides or moped explorations.
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  • Tulum
    Mayan ruins tower over the sea in Tulum. The formerly walled city was one of the last to be built by the Mayans, and its archaeological sites are incredibly well preserved. Take a break from the beach to visit El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God. Explore an underground river under a canopy of stalactites in the sacred caverns of LabnaHa Eco Park, or dive into Cenote Dos Ojos to snorkel inside of caves in the middle of a forest.
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  • Cancun
    Sunny Cancun has much more to offer than its party-town reputation might suggest. Plenty of gorgeous, drama-free family resorts cater to folks who want to experience the tropical Yucatan climate. There are significant Mayan ruins here, such as El Rey and the Yamil Lu’um, a crumbling tower of pale gray stone. Learn more about this ancient civilization at the Museo Maya de Cancun. For a literal taste of Mexico, take a tour of the Museo Sensorial del Tequila.
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  • Palm Beach
    Palm Beach has long lured America's big name social elite, from the Kennedys to the Pulitzers to the Trumps. If you don't have the Jaguar, catch a Palm Tram around the city. Opulent extravagance is the order of the day. But if you can take your eyes off the glittering procession of socialites and the prices at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Spa and in Worth Avenue stores, there are plenty of other sights to be seen. Don't miss Henry Morrison Flagler Museum or the hopping nightlife on Clematis Street.
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  • Jamaica
    Is there anything better than stretching out like a cat in a warm patch of Jamaican sun? Only if you sprinkle your island vacation with a dash of adventure. Known fondly as “the land of wood and water,” Jamaica’s forests feature prime hiking and bird watching. History buffs can the heritage sites of Trelawny, while reggae and dancehall fans will love the authentic music clubs of Kingston. Montego Bay is perfect for snorkeling and shopping, while the spas of Ocho Rios can make any stresses melt away.
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  • Pensacola Beach
    “Life’s a Beach” all right on Pensacola Beach where building sandcastles, body surfing and beachcombing are popular pastimes. Away from the sands, there are several don’t miss sights for the entire family, including the National Aviation Museum, which features 150 vintage aircraft, flight simulators and an IMAX Theatre, Fort Pickens, an historic military fort built in 1829, and the Pensacola Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse on the Gulf Coast and also the tallest, standing 151 feet tall on a 40 foot bluff. To immerse yourself in the history of Pensacola, stroll the historic village, a pedestrian-friendly area with furnished historic homes, unique museums and the Colonial Archeological Trail. For the white dimpled ball set, try teeing up at Lost Key Golf Club, a target golf set up designed by Arnold Palmer and Marcus Pointe Golf club, an Earl Stone design. Don’t forget, there’s also great deep-sea fishing and other water activities like sailing, kayaking, diving and snorkeling to be actively pursued on Pensacola Beach.
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  • Turks and Caicos
    Turks and Caicos is an excellent destination for divers and snorklers. Smith’s Reef in Provo is one of the area’s most popular dive spots, thanks to a diverse collection of sea creatures in a spectrum of electric colors. For a completely different vibe, explore the black coral and submerged overhangs of Black Forest or kayak the bright turquoise waters of Chalk Sound. Both the Caicos Conch Farm and the bird sanctuary on uninhabited French Cay offer unique ways to commune with local wildlife.
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  • Dominican Republic
    The DR delights visitors with its mix of white-sand beaches and "gingerbread" Victorian architecture. Nine hundred miles of Caribbean coastline make the Hispaniola Island country a beach-lover’s paradise. Day-trip to Puerto Plata and ride the cable car up Mount Isabel de Torres, or groove to the steel drum beats of Cabarete nightlife. The breezy palms and sparkling waters of Punta Cana make it a true tropical paradise.
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  • Mont Tremblant
    Skiiers have flocked to Mont Tremblant since its first chairlift and lodge opened in 1939. Now, though, it's just as popular with snowboarders, who love its 18 acres of ramps, rails and jumps, and its Olympic-caliber superpipe. Don't fret, though, because despite its name, this mountain doesn't actually tremble... unless you've tossed back a few too many in one of the village's bars!
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Some of the more popular water sports resorts near Barefoot in Cozumel include:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

Some of the best water sports resorts in Cozumel are:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

A gym is available to guests at the following water sports resorts in Cozumel:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

A private balcony can be enjoyed by guests at the following water sports resorts in Cozumel:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

These water sports resorts in Cozumel have great views and are well-liked by travelers:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

Families traveling in Cozumel enjoyed their stay at the following water sports resorts:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

Reduced mobility rooms are available at the following water sports resorts in Cozumel:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

Here are some popular water sports resorts in Cozumel that offer air conditioning:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant at these water sports resorts in Cozumel:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

Wheelchair access is available at these popular water sports resorts in Cozumel:
Melia Cozumel - Traveler rating: 4/5
Coral Princess Hotel & Dive Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5
Hotel El Cozumeleño Beach Resort - Traveler rating: 4/5

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