Cozumel (Women’s Trip) October 17-24, 2020
Join Jolene Philbrook & Jamie Sledd on this ALL WOMEN’S trip to Cozumel! Yes – Cozumel is open and the reefs are better than ever!!
Cozumel has been a favorite Caribbean dive destination for years! Known for its relaxing drift diving and consistently clear water – Cozumel offers world class snorkeling and diving no matter your level of experience.
Cozumel waters are loaded with turtles, stingrays, eagle rays, moray eels, nurse sharks, and various species of reef fish. Night diving is incredible whether you dive from boat or shore. Lobster, crab, octopus, and reef squid are just a few types of marine life you can expect to see.
We will be staying at Sunscape Cozumel. This quaint resort is located on the water south of downtown. It features restaurant, bar, dive shop, and pool as well as a bar overlooking the water to relax after a day of diving and a pier with excellent snorkeling opportunities await.
You’ll be picked up daily at the dock and transported to some of the world’s most spectacular reefs and fish life. After a day of diving, you’ll be able to trade experiences with other divers while relaxing by the pool or on the hammocks located on the water.
Please fill out the Trip Sign Up Form. Balance due August 17, 2020.
- RT airfare Minneapolis/Cozumel
- Tropical Poolview rooms at the Sunscape Sabor Cozumel
- All Meals
- All Drinks
- Airport transfers
- 5 days of 2-tank boat dives (with Dressel Divers)
- Daily marine park fee (Approx $30 per week)
- Tips & gratuities
NOTE: $300 Non Refundable deposit holds your spot for this trip. Final payment is due by August 17, 2020. We strongly recommend travelers insurance. Insurance may be procured at DAN.org. Land/dive/air prices are payable by cash, check, or credit card and are quoted to reflect a 4% cash discount. If you wish to use a credit card, this 4% discount will not apply to the above quoted price. Airfare rates are based on early sign up, future rates are approximate, call for current price. Due to rising fuel costs, airlines have been imposing additional charges without notice, prices subject to change.