The year-round mild temperatures and abundant sunshine in Cancun make it a great beach vacation destination, but they are also great reasons to fly to Cancun for your next golf trip too. With approximately 240 days of sunshine every year and an average temperature only in the 80s to low 90s, even during the hottest months, there are very few days that there isn’t perfect golfing weather.
To top it all off, there are plenty of golf courses in Cancun and throughout the Riviera Maya region, many designed by top designers like Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus. Below, we’ll give you a few more reasons why Cancun is the perfect golf destination.
Don’t Have To Go Far To Find Great Golf Courses
Within the city of Cancun alone, there are seven different golf courses to choose from. All of the courses are professionally designed and are 18-hole courses, except for one, Moon Golf Club, which has 27 holes. The seven golf courses that are actually in the city include:
- Cancun Golf Club at Pok-ta-Pok
- El Tinto Golf Cancún
- Iberostar Cancún Golf Club
- Moon Golf Club
- Playa Mujeres Golf Club
- Puerto Cancún Golf Club
- Riviera Cancún Golf Club:
Beautiful Greens And Tropical Scenery
The scenery doesn’t get much better for a golf course than what can be found in Cancun. Thanks to the weather and the tropical landscape, golfers can expect beautiful greens and some spectacular views from the courses. Some golf courses even come complete with views of the turquoise Caribbean Sea.
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Plenty Of Luxury Resorts To Choose From
When taking a golfing trip to Cancun, there will be no shortage of luxury resorts to choose from, many of which are all-inclusive. Some of the golf courses, like Moon Spa & Golf Club and Iberostar Cancun Golf Club, are even located within the property grounds of all-inclusive luxury resorts. Iberostar is particularly special because it is conveniently located right in the Cancun Hotel Zone, which puts those on a golf vacation right in the middle of all that Cancun has to offer in addition to golf.
Other Nearby Activities And Attractions To Explore
Cancun is the kind of place where golf lovers can golf by day and party by night, with plenty of places to listen to live music, watch a show, or simply wine and dine the night away. During the days when you feel like taking a break, there are plenty of other ways to spend the time too. Going on a boat cruise, exploring nearby Mayan ruins, or getting some thrills at one of a number of adventure parks, just to name a few.
Multiple Cities Have Direct Flights To Cancun
No matter what corner of the world you might be coming from, there is probably a city nearby that has direct flights to Cancun. In the U.S. alone, there are around 40 cities that have non-stop flights to the Mexican Caribbean vacation destination at any given time. Sometimes you can even find roundtrip tickets for direct flights from some cities for less than $250.
There are few places to go for a golf vacation that has so much to offer. Going to Cancun is like going on multiple vacations in one without having to sacrifice the quality of the golf experience. Cancun has world-class golf courses, world-class amenities, and world-class hospitality all rolled into one, which is why it, along with the rest of the Riviera Maya region, is not surprisingly the number one golf destination in the Mexican Caribbean.
There are even more golf courses only a short distance away from Cancun, bringing the total number of courses in the Riviera Maya region to 14. And there is no better time than right now to choose one and book that dream golf vacation.
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