The exotic destination of Mexico’s Carribean coast, running from Cancun down to Tulum, is ideal for a luxury golf vacation. With world-class golf, pristine beaches, and exquisite hotels offering opulence and fine dining, you’ll have a true taste of golf in paradise.
The year-round temperate climate of this region makes for an ideal getaway, whether you want to avoid the cold winter months, or if things have become a little too hot in summer. You can guarantee long sunny days and warm evenings, the perfect conditions to enjoy your golf vacation.
Arrive at Cancun International Airport (CUN) and transfer to the Iberostar Grand Paraiso, where a refreshing welcome drink and a friendly concierge will meet you and take your clubs into storage for your stay.
Settle into your room and enjoy the pool or some beach time.
Start your golf adventure with a round at Gran Coyote. The course is about 10 minutes from the resort entrance and is a good challenge to start the trip.
A very biodiverse course, you’ll experience all that the area has to offer in terms of wildlife and fauna.
Make the trek to Tulum to play PGA Riviera Maya. The course is about 45 minutes south of the resort, so plan on a full day!
Enjoy the challenging course and have lunch at the course’s dining room. Transfer back to Iberostar for a night of relaxation.
Time for the crown jewel of the trip: El Camaleón at Mayakoba. This is the only course in the world to have played host to both a PGA Tour and LIV event, and it’s easy to see why!
Get a picture in the “bat cave” on No. 7, and if you’re lucky to play late enough in the day, avoid the winged creatures as they begin their nightly hunts.
Finish your golf with a round at Playa Paraiso, the resort’s own golf course. You’ll be transferred over by cart where your clubs will be waiting for you at the pro shop.
Enjoy one of the resort’s five dining options after the round. Wrap up and head to the airport to fly home
4 nights accommodation at the luxurious Iberostar Grand Paraiso.
4 rounds of golf
PGA Riviera Maya
All inclusive package including dinners, drinks and transfers
4 nights accommodation
4 rounds of golf
Sightseeing and restaurant recommendations
Iberostar from $2,358 per person
Fairmont Mayakoba from $2,643 per person
Based on 2 golfers sharing
Off peak season (October 24)
All taxes and fees included
Price excludes flights and caddies
All rates are subject to change without prior notice and vary according to seasonality and hotel or golf course availability.
Travel insurance is always recommended.
Tour does not include Flights
Located in a stunning location surrounded by lush jungle vegetation and some of the world’s most famous archaeological sites. The renowned golf course architect P.B. Dye designed this magnificent place, proving one of his finest creations.
The club has hosted prestigious events such as the World Amateur Team Championships 2016, Big Break Mexico, Iberostar Riviera Maya Open, is an 11-time host of the classification round for the Mayakoba Golf Classic OHL PGA TOUR and host of the Bupa Match Play – PGA Tour Latinoamérica 2018-2019.
A Greg Norman-designed masterpiece, El Camaleón blends through the diverse ecosystems of Mayakoba, including tropical jungle, dense mangroves, freshwater canals and pristine Riviera Maya oceanfront.
The 18-hole professional golf course captures spectacular views in every direction and accommodates golfers of all abilities, with five tee marks at each hole offering distance options for every player.
Gran Coyote Golf in Playa del Carmen is a spectacular 18-hole, par-71 layout, artfully set in the coastal jungle, designed by Nick Price. Built to challenge a golfer among the beauty of the destination and its unique location stand out, together with the conservation of the ecological environment, minimizing the need for water consumption, framed by beautiful landscapes full of fauna.
Gran Coyote Golf offers magnificent greens, challenging golfers with difficult winds, strategic bunkering, and seven acres of water hazards along the course. One of the best golf experiences in all of Mexico.
Robert Trent Jones II has managed to create a spectacular synergy by integrating the PGA Riviera Maya golf course into the Mayan jungle, complete with natural lakes and cenotes. This golf resort, which includes another course featuring 9 par-3 holes, was recently acknowledged by Golf Digest magazine to be among the best resorts in Mexico and the Americas.
The club is integrated into Mexico’s Bahia Principe complex and is located in the Riviera Maya area, about 15 miles from the town of Tulum, currently the trendiest tourist destination in the area. The relationship with the PGA of America is the PGA’s first facility partnership in Latin America to support golfer development and tourism experiences.
Iberostar Grand Paraiso — The all-inclusive Iberostar Grand Paraíso on the Riviera Maya is located right on the beachfront and has been designed with adults in mind. This superior-category, majestic, elegant, and luxurious hotel is located in the Paraíso Complex along with 4 other hotels. Boasting extraordinary architectural features and spacious suites with high-quality amenities, this hotel imparts tranquility and comfort while immersing you in the surrounding natural landscape.
What’s more, enjoy healthy dining options inspired by local and international gastronomy at the five themed restaurants and two buffets. Iberostar Grand Paraíso offers excellent butler services for select rooms and concierge services to customize your relaxation.
Located in a private gated community, this luxury hotel is nestled within 240 hectares of tropical forest intersected by crystal-clear waterways and fringed by a pristine Caribbean shoreline. The spacious guest rooms and suites are bright and contemporary, overlooking the lush surrounding mangroves and white-sand beach.
Expect to be pampered with the full range of guest services, from complimentary valet parking to beach activities, upscale dining, and professional babysitters. When it’s time to unwind, retreat to the luxury spa for a relaxing massage, then sip a cocktail in the cool ocean breeze.