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Playa del Carmen - Oceanfront Condo on the Caribbean
Xaman-Ha Condo - 3 Bedrooms - 2 Baths (Sleeps 6-8) (Right on the beach, near the pier)
Set like a jewel right on the sands of the palm-fringed Caribbean lies Xaman-Ha where this lovely vacation condo is located. This splendid new resort is in an area once favored by the ancient Mayans. Pre-Hispanic ruins just outside your door can only hint at the past grandeur of their remarkable culture. Picture yourself enjoying the glorious turquoise waters of the Caribbean, world-class diving and snorkeling, white sandy beaches and golfing at the resort's magnificent golf course.
This vacation condominium is located on the 2nd floor and sleeps up to 8 people. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms with linens and towels and maid service provided. Sleeping arrangements include: 2 Twins, 2 Doubles, 1 King. Sorry, no pets.
Fishing, Horseback riding, Golf, Swimming, Snorkeling and Diving, Mayan ruins close by, take a boat to Cozumel Island for the day - you can walk to the pier
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Bringing Your Own Boat or Plane
If you plan to arrive in the Caribbean in your own boat or plane, contact the embassy, consulate, or tourist office of each country you plan to visit to learn what is required for entry and exit. Besides title of ownership, most ports of entry will require proof of insurance coverage for the country you are entering. Some countries require a temporary import permit for your boat or plane.
Authorities in the Caribbean are familiar with U.S. regulations for documentation of air and sea craft. They will detain improperly documented craft that enter their territory. In some countries, authorities will confiscate firearms found on a boat or plane unless the owner or master can show proof that U.S. licensing and export procedures have been followed. In addition, some countries impose stiff prison terms for the importation of illegal firearms.
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