Mexico

All Inclusive Mexico Vacations

With sun and beach, magical towns, big cities, and cultural experiences, Mexico offers a diverse selection of vacation spots to pick from. Travelers can choose to enjoy the country’s nature and ecotourism or turn back time at one of the many archaeological areas. Dig in at the many restaurants or get your heart racing in the many adventures that Mexico offers.

“Live It to Believe It”

CANCUN

Cancun is located on the eastern peninsula of Mexico, where Mayan culture shines on every corner.  Surrounded by the breathtaking Caribbean Sea, soft coral sands, and the striking shade of blue that emerges from its crystal-clear waters, a visit to Cancun will make you wonder whether you are in a dream or else.
The splendorous and mystical ruins will take you on an incredible journey back to the Mayan civilization. The archaeological zone of El Rey or El Templo del Alacrán (The temple of the scorpion) will amaze your eyes, and if you are into nature, you’ll love Xel-Ha, a natural aquarium that will make you feel as if you are waking in a dream.
Visiting the Secret River will take you closer to the Xibalbá, the Mayan underworld, and Xcaret, the most important eco-archaeological park in the country, will offer its charm so you can blend with the jungle. By the way, Cancun has been named the second most attractive destination for summer vacations in 2016 by Trip Advisor.
The range of options for tourists of all ages that Cancun offers, go beyond your imagination, from its trendy nightlife, one of the hottest in the country, to its underwater museum, Cancun has it all for travelers looking to have the vacation of their life. Continue 

Puerto Vallarta/Riviera Nayarit

Cocooned by the Pacific Ocean and the western mountain range, dazzles a precious treasure: the Riviera Nayarit. One of the most attractive destinations in Mexico, it extends about 300 kilometers along the coast, preceded by mountainous jungle and offshore islands. For those interested in the more rural and rustic corners of Mexico, the Riviera might just be what you´re looking for.
Along the Nayarit coast, you will find all sorts of beaches: the ones with exclusive hotel resorts for those looking for luxury, quiet shores for loners who just want to relax and avoid crowds, and of course the seaside surfer’s paradise with big waves to ride. To the already ample appeal of this region, you must add experience of walking through the charming downtown of Puerto Vallarta or going diving with the gentle giants, the whale sharks.  Continue 

Cabo San Lucas

Located at the south end of the Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos is a unique mixture of desert landscapes, beaches, and mountainous zones that are a sight to behold. National Geographic magazine has named Los Cabos one of the must-see places to visit.
Baja California Sur is a state surrounded by the magnificence of the Sea of Cortes and the Pacific Ocean; it is a real paradise between two seas.
Los Cabos has something for everyone, regardless of the type of trip you want. Be it a chill weekend or an adventurous experience, a budget vacation or an over the top splurge, rest assured you will find what you’re looking for in this great beach and desert destination, located in northwest Mexico. The laid-back lifestyle of Los Cabos will quickly grow on you, including the events held in the regions that are always a stress-free experience from beginning to end.  Continue 

 

Riviera Maya

If you want to enjoy the warmest sun, the waves, the reefs and the natural wells on the Caribbean coast, Riviera Maya is where you want to be. Here, you will find world-class restaurants, a nightlife that keeps you dancing till the morning, exclusive spas, shopping centers, and some of the world’s best golf courses.
The Riviera Maya is also one of the best destinations for diving and snorkeling. On its shores lies an extensive coral reef, home to a vast variety of marine species. If you are lucky enough to submerge in the Caribbean waters, you will find yourself surrounded by tropical fish, stingrays, and even the fascinating whale sharks.  And if you are really into aquatic activities, you will love to practice them in the sea, but also in the natural pools formed in underground rivers along the Riviera Maya. The experience of exploring a cavern and swimming in the crystal-clear water will stay in your memory forever.
If you are more into eco-tourism, looking for natural environments to get away from large crowds, Riviera Maya is good news, because much of the region is still not urbanized and it’s easy to find many amazing spots to become one with nature. Continue 

There is so much more to see and do in Mexico.
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