El Camaleón Golf Club
One of the most famous golf courses in Riviera Maya, Mexico, the El Camaleon golf course earned its name because it weaves through three distinct ecosystems - jungle, dense mangrove and stunning, oceanfront stretches of sand.
Designed using Greg Norman's "least disturbance" philosophy, the course incorporates the natural elements of the landscape, where golfers will navigate over an open cave, called a "cenote", close to the fist hole. El Camaleón Golf Club has been certified as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, one of the world's leading environmental certifications. Audubon's stringent program includes environmental planning, wildlife and habitat management, water conservation, chemical use reduction, as well as safety and water quality management.
Golfing by the Sea
The 7th and 15th holes play right to the edge of the Caribbean Sea with the sand and the spray punctuating the breeze.
The adjoining practice facilities are among the best in Mexico and include a double-ended, 350-yard driving range.
Professional golf instruction is also available at the Jim McLean academy.
While each hole shines with its own particular magic, it’s the par 3s that already are earning the loudest raves.