Popular Mexico Cities
Mexico has an abundance of All-Inclusive Resorts to choose from. If you are looking for a romantic stay in an adult-only resort or one that caters to families with a multitude of activities, Mexico has it all.
Cabo San Lucas
Enjoy a quick flight from the West Coast to Cabo San Lucas and stay in one of its many all-inclusive resorts. Cabo is perfect for a quick family getaway, a romantic vacation, or a group of friends traveling together. Take a stroll through town enjoying the local scenery, seafood restaurants and nightclubs. Shop for that fine bottle of local tequila to take back home. Travel to nearby Todos Santos with its trendy beach vibe and art galleries or San Jose del Cabo to experience a more quaint, traditional town and shop for local artisan's jewelry and folk art. Take a short boat cruise to see El Arco, a dramatic rock formation off the tip of the Baja Peninsula separating the Sea of Cortez from the Pacific Ocean.Our Featured Cabo San Lucas Resorts
During the winter months of January through March the humpback whales migrate off the Baja coastline. From July-December many hotels sponsor baby sea turtle release programs. Popular beaches in Los Cabos include Playa Chileno, known for diving and snorkeling opportunities, and Playa El Medano, which offers live music, seafood vendors, boat excursions and water sports that include surfing, waterskiing and parasailing. Playa del Amor (“Lovers Beach) is the only beach in the world on two different bodies of water. This small, sandy strip is part of the speck of land that separates the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean.
February is the “coolest” month in Los Cabos, with average daytime temperatures of 74 degrees, while August features a blazing hot average of 95 degrees. The months of November through January average a balmy 82 to 86 degrees.
Cancun and The Riviera Maya
Cancun, Mexico's largest resort destination, is known for its city atmosphere with amazing nightclubs and international luxury stores along the main boulevard. The Riviera Maya, South of Cancun, offers long stretches of soft white sand beaches and warm, aquamarine-colored, Caribbean waters. Cancun and Riviera Maya offer an abundance of all-inclusive resorts the majority of which are located along the ocean. Choose from Adult Only Resorts or those that allow children.
Visit Mayan Ruins such as Chichen Itza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the picturesque oceanside ruins of Tulum, or snorkel in freshwater underground cenotes. The world's second largest barrier reef exists here. Snorkeling is superb along with boating and diving, attracting enthusiasts from around the world. Take the ferry over to the island of Isla Mujeres (20 minutes away) for a day to swim with manta rays or relax at a beachside island cafe. Visit Playa del Carmen's trendy 5th Avenue shops, restaurants and bars.Our Featured All-Inclusive Resorts in the Riviera Maya
Tulum offers one of the most picturesque archaeological sites in the Mayan world. Tulum’s well-preserved ocean side ruins feature several temples and an observatory. Inland, the ruins of the ancient Mayan city of Coba are surrounded by two lagoons, and include several pyramids.
In addition to its ancient ruins, the Riviera Maya is known for its eco-adventure destinations. The most popular include the Tres Rios Ecopark tropical reserve; Xcaret, a theme park with an “Eco-Maya” motif; Xel-Ha, a freshwater bay known for snorkeling and diving, and Aktun Chen, a jungle location with underground caves and fresh water cenote. At Pac Chen, about 26 miles from Tulum, visitors can rappel into sinkholes named Cenote de la Vida (Sinkhole of Life) and Cenote del Jaguar (Sinkhole of the Jaguar). Other options include a scenic boat tour through the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve, a protected territory where clients can explore mangrove swamps following a Mayan trade route used over a millennium ago, passing archaeological ruins, and flora and fauna known only in this region. Xpu-Ha, approximately 15 miles from Playa del Carmen, is an ecological park featuring 61 cenotes, and a swimming lagoon that spans 650 feet.
Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit
The town of Puerto Vallarta still offers Mexico's old world charm. In the southern most part, the Romantic Zone has golden sand, perfect waves, and numerous beach bars. The Malecón of Puerto Vallarta is a jetty that unites both zones of the city and has amazing bronze sculptures and the famous sea horse.Our Featured Puerto Vallarta Resorts
Riviera Nayarit is a newer region directly North of the town of Puerto Vallarta. It is comprised of Nuevo Vallarta and Punta Mita. Here you will find luxury resorts, fashion malls, golf courses, incredible nightlife and marinas. Known as the "Treasure of the Mexican Pacific", this young destination has more than 300 kilometers of beautiful beaches. Rincón de Guayabitos is a tranquil site with virgin beaches. San Blas offers archaeological sites and biodiversity for nature lovers. Sayulita is a very bohemian cosmopolitan village, where surf lovers from all the world go to get on the waves of its beaches. The gastronomy of the corridos varies from luxurious restaurants to small diners, all of them offer great fresh sea food and international cuisine.
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