Doubts About the Family Gathering this Year? Great! Escape to Isla Cozumel

Family gatherings can be risky during the pandemic. An excellent alternative is a trip to Isla Cozumel in the Mexican Caribbean. No Covid testing required, just just four yes/no questions and you can go snorkeling on Christmas!
By: Cozumel Hotel Association
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Cozumel Reinvented
Cozumel Reinvented
COZUMEL, Mexico - Nov. 11, 2020 - PRLog -- Many of us are stressed about family reunions during the holidays especially with COVID cases on the rise again. Family is family but is it the safe and responsible thing to do? Consider a stress-free getaway that will take you snorkeling on Christmas Day. Talk about a memorable vacation; who forgets that they went snorkeling on a Christmas?

It's easy to book and super stress-free to visit safely and responsibly.

While most other Caribbean islands have a strict bureaucratic process requiring pretesting and resort confinement throughout your stay, Cozumel only requires you to fill out a touch-free health assessment form. The four-question form asks if you have any symptoms. So compared to other tropical destinations, it's quite easy to visit this Mexican island paradise.

Cozumel resorts and hotels are on top of their game when it comes to sanitation and preventive measures. Every hotel has to meet federal, state, municipal and Safe Travels™ protocols. Outside of the resort you'll feel equally as safe with the same health protocols in place by restaurants, shops and tour operators. You'll feel very safe anywhere you go.

Cozumel has 22 resorts and hotels that offer world-class diving and snorkeling, sensational spas, gourmet restaurants, pristine beaches, nightly entertainment, golf packages, incredible ocean views and so many amenities. You may never want to leave the resort unless secluded beaches, Mayan temples and treasures, island exploration and world-class shopping are on your to-do list.

Stress-free easy booking is as simple as 1-2-3:
  1. Choose a hotel. Find your perfect resort at
  2. Book Early. While the island won't be crowded during the holidays, hotels are restricting the number of guests. Most properties have a stress-free cancellation policy, just make sure to read the fine print.
  3. Airports require face-masks and social distancing and airlines have lower than usual airfares, so your wallet won't be stressed either. Airline carriers with direct routes include American, Delta (Dec.), United, Frontier, Air Canada, Interjet and Volaris.
It's time to make up for some of that lost travel time this year and Christmas is just around the corner. The only problem with spending the holidays on Isla Cozumel is that you'll want to do it again every year. Well, maybe next year you can have the family gathering here. Snorkeling anyone?

This release has been prepared by International Advertising upon authority of the Cozumel Hotel Association


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