Reserva Conchal Beach Resort, Golf & Spa Offers Fall Stay-and-Play Escapes
Reserva Conchal Beach Resort, Golf & Spa – the luxury resort on Costa Rica’s scenic northwestern Pacific coast – announces golf vacation packages ideal for the fall.
Set within Reserva Conchal’s vast 2,300 acres is an all-inclusive Westin Golf Resort & Spa, an eco-friendly retreat located between the exotic forests and unspoiled beaches of the North Pacific Riviera of Costa Rica. The all-inclusive experience includes all meals, drinks, use of the fitness center and Westin Kids Club, as well as entertainment options including non-motorized water sports, daily activities and nightly events.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones II, the par-71 Reserva Conchal golf course stretches to more than 7,000 yards. Jones II smartly routed the course between the azure Pacific waters and lush greens of the neighboring tropical forest. The returning nines feature amazing ocean vistas with unforgettable holes meandering through tropical lakes, rugged ravines and ample elevation changes.
Starting at $249 per person per night (based on double occupancy), the Par-5 Golf Package includes five nights accommodations at the Westin Golf Resort & Spa and four rounds of golf per room per stay on Reserva Conchal’s golf course, which hosted a PGA TOUR Latino American event in May. Golf cart and usage of the practice facilities also are included.
The Experience Golf Package offers seven nights accommodations in an all-inclusive basis and six rounds of golf at Reserva Conchal per room per stay. Rates start at $299 per person per night (based on double occupancy), and golf cart and usage of the practice facilities also are included.
To book these vacation packages or for more information, visit www.westinplayaconchal.com/playa-conchal-golf.
“Simply put, we offer the best stay-and-play golf packages in the Costa Rica,” says Carlos Rojas Soto, Director of Golf of Reserva Conchal. “We invite everyone to come visit us and discover firsthand our luxurious, all-inclusive accommodations and world-class golf amenities.”
Consistently ranked among the top-30 best in the Caribbean and Mexico, Reserva Conchal was the first course in Costa Rica bestowed certification by Audubon International. It boasts a world-class practice facility and learning center with four green complexes, bunkers, chipping and approach areas, and an expansive practice tee. Single- and multi-day golf clinics are offered, including the PGA TOUR Academy featuring certified instructors from famed TPC Sawgrass.
Earlier this May, Reserva Conchal was the site of the PGA TOUR Latinoamerica’s Essential Costa Rica Classic. Many players in the field raved about the golf course for its playability, scenery and conditioning.
For more information about Reserva Conchal, visit www.reservaconchal.com.
About Reserva Conchal Beach Resort Golf & Spa
Perched on the edge of Costa Rica’s northern Pacific Coast on the brilliant white sands of Playa Conchal, Reserva Conchal Beach Resort Golf & Spa is the jewel of the Guanacaste region. Spanning 2,300 acres, it is home to the all-inclusive Westin Golf Resort & Spa Play Conchal, luxurious vacation residences and Costa Rica’s most renown golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones II. Property owners enjoy access to the 60,000 square-foot Reserva Conchal Beach Club featuring an extensive swimming pavilion, modern workout facilities, fine dining and world-class spa.
West Virginia Tourism Office Celebrates the Start of Gauley Season
CHARLESTON, West Virginia — The West Virginia Tourism Office today announced the start of the 2017 Fall Gauley Season with the first release of water from the Summersville Dam.
“West Virginia is a four-season travel and tourism destination, but there is no question that our vivid fall foliage and unmatched outdoor recreation make fall one of our peak seasons for visitors,” said Tourism Commissioner Chelsea Ruby. “Having a one-of-a-kind experience, like Gauley Season, puts West Virginia on the map for adventure-seekers across the country and around the world. From September to October, West Virginia’s Gauley River becomes one of the top 10 whitewater rivers in the world, bringing in a steady crowd of residents and visitors alike to experience our state’s world-class whitewater and take in our breathtaking fall beauty. I look forward to another successful Gauley Season."
Although West Virginia offers seasonally driven, year-round whitewater rafting, Gauley Season is known for its challenging rapids and narrow window of opportunity, which draws more than 40,000 rafters from around the world to experience the “Beast of the East.”
The first release of water from the dam at Summersville Lake, coordinated by the Army Corps of Engineers, will create more than 100 rapids along 25 miles of the Gauley River–with more than 60 being Class III to V+ rapids. The season continues with six weeks of three- and four-day releases, closing with a two-day release which starts on Bridge Day, Oct. 21.
2017 Fall Gauley River Release Dates:
September 8-11; 15-18; 22-25; 29-30
October 1-2; 6-8; 14-15; 21 (Bridge Day) and 22
Visitors are encouraged to share photos and videos of their whitewater rafting experiences with the hashtag #AlmostHeaven.
For more information about Fall Gauley Season and other autumn activities in West Virginia, visit www.GoToWV.com/fall.
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