Villages for Families
These villages are perfect for families with young children. They offer children's clubs, such as Baby Club Med (ages 4 months-23 months), Petit Club Med (ages 2-3), Mini Club Med (ages 4-10) and Junior Club Med (ages 11-13). Specially trained Club Med G.O.s (Gracious Organizers) keep kids entertained in a fun and safe environment, morning, noon and night, or just for part of the day, if you want. A variety of organized games and sports activities cater to kids by age group so they can make friends fast and get the most out of their vacation. This gives parents precious time to enjoy themselves, secure in the knowledge that their kids are safe and happy.
Choose from the following Club Med Villages for Families:
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Cozumel is a fabulous place for having fun with your kids. Cozumel offers a variety of activities--from fun in the sun to explorations of the ocean, the jungle and the culture. If you're considering a vacation in Cozumel and wondering whether to bring the kids along, our advice is: Do It!
Cozumel is one of the top 5 dive destinations in the world and boasts spectacular coral reefs full of sea life. There's plenty of close-to-shore snorkeling too, making Cozumel a great place to introduce children to the beauties of the undersea world.
Parents of preschoolers won't want to miss the children's pool at beautiful Chankanaab Park, for example. This large, shallow pool is carved out of the beach and sheltered from the ocean. But smaller fish can still come in and out with the light wave action.
Older kids and teens will enjoy the adult snorkeling areas on Chankanaab's main beach. Although the park doesn't have the best snorkeling on the island (older, experienced snorklers may get more out of beach clubs like Corona Beach and Dzul-Ha), Chankanaab's rails and stairs across the rocky ironshore into the water make getting in and out of the water easy for everyone.
Kids of all ages should get a kick out of watching the Swim with Dolphins activity also in Chankanaab Park. To actually swim with the dolphins yourself costs around $120 US per person. But even if your pocketbook can't handle that, you can get a fantastic free show by just walking out the long wooden dock, standing behind the dolphin trainer and watching the show from up close.
The East side of the island also offers many opportunities to enjoy and discover the seashore and the ocean. Deserted except for a few ramshackle but pleasant restaurant/bars, the "other side of the island" faces the open Caribbean.
The prevailing easterly winds mean this side of the island is wilder than the sheltered west side with its reefs. You'll find beautiful white-sand beaches and crashing surf here as well as blowholes, tidepools and exposed coral shelves cut into arches by the sea action. Chen Rio beach with it's knee-deep, close-to-shore tidepools is a particularly good choice for younger kids.
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