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Semi-quiet little Cozumel generally gets over-looked and underbooked by the breakers.
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Posted 13 February 2012 - 10:30 AM
February 27 - March 2, 2012 -- 263,000 students (Georgia State University, U of Michigan at Ann Arbor, U of Ottawa, Universite de Montreal)
March 5-9, 2012 -- 1,214,900 students (Ball State, Central Michigan U, Florida State University, Michigan State U, Penn State [Pennsylvania State University], U of Central Florida, U of Florida, U of NC at Chapel Hill, Université de Montréal, Gonzaga, U of Central Florida, MSU [Michigan], U of Virginia, U of Wyoming)
March 12-16, 2012 -- 1,112,500 students (U of Arizona, Colorado State U [CSU Fort Collins], Gonzaga, Harvard, ISU [Illinois State], Indiana State at Bloomington, Iowa State U, Montana State U [Bozeman], New York University, Ohio State University, Purdue, Texas A&M, Tulane, U of Alabama, U of Georgia, U of Houston, U of Idaho, U of Iowa, U of Kentucky, U of New Mexico, U of North Dakota, U of Rhode Island, U of South Carolina, U of Texas, Utah State, Washington State, U of Waterloo)
March 19-23, 2012 -- 1,321,000 students (ASU [Arizona State U], Arkansas State, Clemson, Kansas State U, Kent State, Oklahoma State, Princeton, Purdue, Rutgers, U of Arkansas, U of Cincinnati, U of Hawaii, U of Maryland, U of Massachusetts, U of Oklahoma, U of St. Thomas [Virgin Islands], U of Tennessee, Wellesley, U of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wichita State)
March 26-30, 2012 -- 500,002 students (CSU Pueblo, University of Colorado [UC Boulder], Idaho State University, OSU [Oregon State University], San Diego State, UC Berkely [California], U of Delaware, U of Missouri-Columbia, U of Oregon, West Virginia University)
April 2-6, 2012 -- 100,000 students (Augusta State, U of Wisconsin, Binghamton)
Posted 13 February 2012 - 01:07 PM
Posted 14 February 2012 - 08:32 PM
We were there in July '11 and January '12 and were told to never go in March or April by staff at the resorts.
With 96 AI's and over 150K rooms they are really going after that market. I've been told they are at 100% occupancy January thru the end of April. I met so many people there that said they "used" to go to Mexico.
I can now say been there done that and will be back to Cozumel this summer.
Posted 15 February 2012 - 02:59 PM
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Posted 20 February 2012 - 10:11 PM
Now I'm in New Hampshire, which has New England's infamous "February vacation" the last week of February. Most K-12 schools have vacation the last week of February, apparently to keep the axe murder rate down. There's also a spring break two months later in April. February vacation is mostly a family thing, so the primary problem that affects Cozumel (and it's a biggie) is that airfares to anywhere warm from Logan or Manchester double that week.
Posted 21 February 2012 - 02:11 PM
They are parting hardy in Cancun, where airfares aren't that big of an issue.
Airfares have effected some travel plans that's for sure, not only Cozumel.
If you don't mind the bag drag from Cancun, savings can be had.
The hotels are filled, and business is moving a long. Just like always.
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Posted 23 April 2014 - 11:34 AM
Just in case others are still checking out this post; Personally, after our trip (March 2013) we swore we'd never go during any 'Spring Break' time again. I'm not expecting any issues with living there but when staying on a resort, it was another matter. Our first week was fine - then the students arrived They were LOUD (aaallllllll the time), sometimes rude (being half-in-the-bag was probably part of it) and good luck getting anywhere near the hot tub or hammocks with them around... What resort you stay at may make a difference - but for us, it certainly made the last part of that trip unpleasant.
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