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Mexico

Relax and getaway at the worlds most popular vacation destination. Below you will find information on the various Mexico destinations offered.


Riviera Maya | Cancun | Puerto Vallarta | Los Cabos | Acapulco


Riviera Maya

To the south of Cancun, the Riviera Maya offers a unique and different experience. With its wide expanse of beaches and proximity to Mayan cultural sites, it is the old world meeting the new. Thousand-year old ruins lie within sight of luxurious mega-resorts offering every amenity imaginable. For Golfers there are a variety of challenging courses to choose from. Many resorts here are all-inclusive, offering all meals, drinks, tips, and entertainment at one price, an attractive option for budget-conscious travelers and families.

  • Relax all day in a hammock beside the Caribbean Sea or walk the powder-white sand beaches that stay cool as they reflect the heat of the tropical sun.
  • Visit the nearby town of Playa del Carmen, with shops featuring local art and handicrafts, where you can take the ferry across to the island of Cozumel.
  • Uncover the ancient culture of the Mayans and visit ruins that reveal their lives and beliefs. Afterwards, cool off with a swim in a cenote, a freshwater pool bringing water from underground limestone caverns to the surface.

Tourists have spoken, Cancun’s beaches are back and better than ever
Cancun, Quintana Roo, January 12, 2010 – Cancun tourists are in awe and the locals couldn’t be happier, Cancun has finally gotten its beaches back. As the USD $71 million dollar ($957 million pesos), project continues, the results can not only be seen, but are already being enjoyed by all.

The project commenced on September 4th, 2009 delivering more than two thousand tons of pipeline material to destination and more than 1.3 billion gallons (6.1 million cubic meters) of sand to replenish all of Cancun’s Hotel Zone seashore.


Cancun

Surrounded on three sides by lagoon, bay and sea, Cancun offers a variety of vacation experiences. You’ll find some of the world’s best beaches with wide expanses of silky white sand as far as the eye can see. Cancun is naturally situated in subtropical jungle perfect for exploration and adventure. Hop on a jet ski or charter a boat for some deep sea fishing and spend a leisurely day at sea. Pristine reefs exist for snorkeling and diving. Relax overlooking the crystalline waters of the Caribbean Sea in a hammock, or pamper yourself at a world-class spa.

  • The Hotel Zone of Cancun, located along the world-famous “seven” shaped peninsula at the eastern tip of Mexico, is truly a shoppers’ paradise, with everything from lively street markets to the world’s most exclusive boutiques within walking distance of fantastic resorts.
  • Cancun’s array of dining choices will entice every palate, ranging from local specialties to five star restaurants.
  • The glittering nightlife still reigns in Cancun, with all-night discos, live music, piano bars and even jazz clubs open year round.


Puerto Vallarta

Surrounded by the Sierra Madre Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Puerto Vallarta provides an exotic blend of cosmopolitan culture, old world colonial charm and nature at her best. Watch whales up close in Banderas Bay from December through April. Puerto Vallarta’s sunny weather is ideal with average temperatures in the mid-eighties. Puerto Vallarta is comprised of two major resort areas – Puerto Vallarta to the south and Riviera Nayarit to the north. Within each, you’ll find a unique destination with its very own personality and charm.

Open-air cafés, chic boutiques and modern art galleries line the vibrant seafront Malecón. Mountains tower above the glistening sea and golden beaches, while lush jungles surround the quaint village. When the sun goes down, the fun continues. Puerto Vallarta’s vast array of nightclubs is unsurpassed along Mexico’s Pacific Coast. Puerto Vallarta’s various resort areas including Marina Vallarta, Downtown/Viejo Vallarta, the action-packed Hotel Zone (between the Marina and Downtown) and Mismaloya.


Los Cabos

Here, at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, land ends and the Sea of Cortez wrestles with Pacific Ocean. Breathtaking beaches line the resort area of Los Cabos, making it the trendiest of the west coast destinations. Two towns, lively Cabo San Lucas and laid-back San Jose del Cabo, are bridged by the 20 mile “Corridor”, lined with world-class oceanfront hotels; a golfer’s Nirvana, with course after championship course to perfect your swing.

  • While the nightlife in San Jose del Cabo centers around the restaurants and large hotels, Cabo San Lucas is the party capital of Los Cabos, where you’ll find a wide variety of nightclubs as well as casual and fine dining options, and not a few celebrity sightings.
  • Known as the Sport Fishing capital of the world, Cabo is home to many big game fish, particularly marlin. The marina at Cabo San Lucas hosts sailfish, swordfish, marlin and dorado fishing tournaments yearly.
  • During the winter In Los Cabos you can admire one of the most extraordinary natural phenomena to occur on Mexico’s coasts: the courtship process of the gray whale. It is estimated that 20,000 of these whales migrate to the Mexican coast each year. You can also spy blue, humpback and sperm whales.


Acapulco

Acapulco is world renowned for its variety, glamour and luxury. With a long-standing reputation as a haven for the rich and famous, Acapulco has everything a traveler could hope for. No matter how much time you have, you won’t have enough to do all there is to do. Extending more than 12 miles, the opaline beaches are the crown jewels of Acapulco and each has a unique character all its own. Some cater to the sun and fun seeker and some to those looking for solitude.

  • Acapulco enjoys millions of visitors a year, but has only been in the tourist business for 50 years. While Europe was rebuilding after World War II, this beautiful destination’s true potential was recognized. Acapulco had 200 hotels by 1964 when the first authorized jet aircraft landed. The planes haven’t stopped landing since, as the golden beaches and opulent resorts call to people from all over the globe.
  • Explore and discover the exciting nightlife of this bustling port. It offers more variety, emotion, and Mexican flavor than any other tourist resort in the country. With romantic eateries, vibrant nightclubs, discos, and hot salsa, there is something for every taste.
  • Have your breath taken away by the legendary “Clavadistas” (cliff divers) of La Quebrada, a dramatic rock formation on Acapulco’s western coast, not far from the Zocalo. A narrow finger of the Pacific reaches in below steep cliffs from which local ‘clavadistas’ dive 135 feet into the cove several times each day.


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