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Backed by the jungle-clad Sierra Madre Occidental in Western Mexico and nestled between the historic port town of San Blas and Banderas Bay with its world-famous Puerto Vallarta, the gateway to the region, Riviera Nayarit is a 196-mile stretch of magnificent Pacific coastline that offers visitors an impressively delectable slice of tropical paradise complemented by rich cultural heritage, luxury accommodations and the finest amenities. Boasting clear and warm waters that range from emerald to turquoise, year-round warm climate, abundance of biodiversity and pristine white sandy beaches, ideal for all kinds of beach activities as well as relaxation along the dunes, alongside an eclectic selection of all-inclusive resorts to suit all tastes, Riviera Nayarit is Mexico’s most promising and burgeoning tourist destination, worth exploring every bit from San Blas to Sayulita and Nuevo Vallarta.
San Blas – Steeped in vast colonial history, the friendly, tranquil and quaint fishing town of San Blas (located 70 km northwest of Tepic, the capital of the Nayarit state) retains an endearing old-town charm from the Spanish colonization era, beautifully reflected in the whitewashed facades and the glorious ruins of both the 18th century Spanish fort La Contaduria and the nearby Templo de la Virgen del Rosario, built in 1769. San Blas is the ideal launching point to man-made island-city of Mexcaltitan, which is the birthplace of Aztec civilization. This peaceful cobblestoned, palm tree-lined backwater lures visitors with its laid-back ambiance, solitary and serene beaches as well as tropical jungles reached by riverboats for adventure aficionados. Home to 80% of North America’s migratory birds, San Blas is a haven for birdwatchers. Renowned for its low-rolling, long waves, Borrego Beach provides one of the finest surfing experiences in Mexico.
Punta Mita – A world-famous luxury getaway thanks to the multitude of exclusive, deluxe resorts with hacienda-style rooms and an impressive range of amenities catering to couples, singles, families and groups of friends, Punta Mita is all about getting pampered surrounded by mesmerizing scenery and incredible vistas of both the Pacific ocean and Marietas Islands, a UNESCO protected reserve originally formed by volcanic activity and rich in marine life. Golf enthusiasts and Punta Mita are a match made in heaven, as the self-contained village rich in the ancient Huichol culture also features two famed Jack Nicklaus golf courses, one of them with the one-of-a-kind 3B hole that actually lies off shore on a natural island.
Sayulita – An authentic, low-key beach village along Riviera Nayarit, Sayulita, although still largely undiscovered, impresses travels with its rustic Mexican vibe, bohemian flair, and quaint, narrow streets where tourists and locals enjoy riding in golf carts or even wandering barefoot. Most restaurants in Sayulita are al fresco, Captain Cook restaurant even setting up tables directly on the sand, while street vendors line the streets and beaches of the village with fresh fruit as well as artfully handcrafted souvenirs. Arguably Riviera Nayarit’s most popular surfing destination thanks to its excellent waves, Sayulita also offers secluded beaches for total serenity and tranquility, rocky coves, jungle and a fabulous resort nestled on a cliff, just 150 feet from the crashing waves.
Nuevo Vallarta – Famous worldwide for its abundant marine life, especially leatherback turtles, hawksbill turtles and humpback whales hitting up the shores every year, the community of Nuevo Vallarta is among US and Canada tourists’ favorite destinations in Mexico. Packed with all-inclusive, luxury resorts located right on Banderas Bay, Mexico’s largest natural bay, including Grand Velas, the only all-inclusive resort on the Pacific Coast to be awarded Five Diamonds by AAA, in addition to several malls and even the only Starbucks in the region, Nuevo Vallarta is Riviera Nayarit at its finest, delighting discerning tourists with the absolute best of both worlds.
When you choose Riviera Maya as your destination vacation spot, you’ll be able to enjoy everything that this scenic destination has to offer. Go swimming in the lagoons of the eco-parks and see the beautiful coral reefs and dolphins playing in the water. Here you’ll enjoy not only all the fun influences of a Mexico vacation, you’ll also be able to explore all the wonders of the Caribbean; with its bright lights and casinos, fresh seafood and salsa dancing, you’ll never want to go home! You’ll find great dining and nightlife; explore ancient caves and Mayan ruins, and all the fun in the sun on white beaches and in aquamarine seas. With beautiful views that stretch out forever, you’ll be immersed in beauty, no matter what time of year you visit.
Ever had buttered lobster tails fresh off the boat, paired with a delicious Argentinian steak that was never frozen? Dine out under the stars or in a lighthouse, in a five star restaurant or along the beach in a seaside shack. Feast on every cuisine imaginable; in the Riviera Maya you’ll never have to look far for a great bite to eat. If you’re missing a taste of home, an American style restaurant and even big chains you’re used to will be a short walk away. But no matter what you do, make sure you test out the authentic Mexican cuisine! It’s nothing like you’ve had back in the U.S and you’ll be amazed at the crispness and freshness.
Go Explore the Beauty of the Riviera Maya
Have you ever wanted to see the ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum, or go into ancient caves? You’ll be able to here, as well as get out into the open water and swim with dolphins and along beautiful coral reefs. You can relax in sugar white sand alongside warm shallow waters that stay the same all year round… and be so close to the Caribbean islands that you can visit them during the day. Lay under the stars that are within arms reach, brighter than you’ve ever seen them. Here you’ll have it all, and you can have as much fun as you like or just chill out and unwind. It’s all waiting for you.
Riviera Maya’s nightlife is unmatched this side of the Caribbean; you’ll be able to go on sponsored pub crawls and see all the best bars and clubs, tasting their colorful drinks and meeting their beautiful people. See a real live can-can dance or burlesque show, or dance on bars in rowdy rock bars with tire swings for bar stools. Why settle for just hitting the bars when you can make new memories each night that will keep you coming back each year?
When you stay at a Riviera Maya resort, you’ll be able to experience everything the Caribbean and Mexico has to offer, all with a quick flight in! So what are you waiting for? Book your all-inclusive Riviera Maya vacation with one of our travel agents today!
When taking a vacation to Puerto Vallarta, you’ll get a beautiful luxurious trip all at a price you can afford! From the beautiful soft blonde beaches that stand between you and the eternity of the horizon and all the fun in the sun a person could ever hope for, you’ll be able to have a fantastic time! The nearby jungle in Yalapa gives you an opportunity to go on a real safari and see some great rare animals and birds, a boardwalk where you can take a stroll and buy mementos. Watch buskers (street performers) do everything from fire blowing to live music, then go and enjoy the food. You’ll find a wide range of delicious food including real authentic Mexican cuisine to the best French crème bruleè you’ve ever tasted. When you’re looking for the best of nightlife, you won’t have to go very far! Take a short walk to your resort’s nightclub or go downtown to find the more wild side of Puerto Vallarta if you’re feeling adventurous. It’s all waiting here for you!
Activities to tryout
Go diving or snorkeling in the clear warm water, with the soft sand brushing against the bottoms of your feet. You can even don a diving helmet down below the sea’s surface and walk the ocean floor, looking out into the deep dark as few have done before! You can rent a horse and go riding along the beach, or simply just enjoy yourself in a beach bed under the sun. With a Puerto Vallarta vacation you’ll be able to enjoy all the things you ever wanted with a tropical or beach vacation, or just laze about until it’s time to go home. Do whatever you want, and have a great time doing it!
You’ll want to try the pre-Hispanic dishes that are native to this region; the food that came out of Mexico before the conquistadors was quite different from the Mexican food we all know and love today, so be sure you try it! You’ll also want to make sure you try out the Mexican twist of “surf and turf”; enjoy Mexican beef with delicious fresh seafood that’s never been frozen and it’s right off the boat! But it’s not all Mexican food in Puerto Vallarta, you’ll also find a great range of European haute cuisine, American comfort food, Asian buffets and even African food too! Taste it all by wandering around and sampling what’s on offer.
Nightlife for people visiting on a Puerto Vallarta vacation will give you great rock and party bars, Latin salsa and merengue dancing as well as the odd European dance club where you can keep going all night long. In Mexico you’ll find the bars stay open long past the time they usually close in the United States. Here you can party like a rock star or just lounge on comfortable couches with tropical drinks and great music to pass the time.
Puerto Vallarta has so much to offer from all-inclusive packages to adults only resorts! So when you’re ready to book your trip, give us a call so we can help plan and book it!
Puerto Vallarta enjoys a warm tropical climate all year round. January through April – high 86°F, low 63°F; May through Dec. – high 92°F, low 70°F.
While Mazatlan started out as one of those 80s resort destinations with the bright color and pastel furnishings, it’s now known as Mexico’s “Pearl of the Pacific.” Think Spanish colonial settlement meets modern luxury – with all the trimmings an all-inclusive Mazatlan vacation has to offer. In the Gold Zone (tourist area) you’ll find shops, restaurants, fun excursions and everything else most tourists are looking for. Take a trip off the beaten path and take a trip into the heart of the Old City – you’ll find Old World charm with euro-style cobbled streets and architectural façades. Go beachcombing on the golden crescent beaches and snorkeling in the warm waters. Take a dinner cruise watching crimson sunsets explode across the sky while the sun dips beneath the waves. There’s a good reason it’s known as one of the best places to visit along Mexico’s Pacific coast; where the stars meet the sea, an all-inclusive Mazatlan vacation is what you’ve been waiting for.
Mazatlan is home the world’s highest natural lighthouse – it spirals 515 feet up and is open to visitors. You’ll want to check out the full panoramic views you get at the top, but only take the walk if you’re in shape! See the cliff divers that plummet from a 45 foot cliff (over 4 stories!) when the right wave flies in. Explore and enjoy Olas Atlas Beach and its signature golden crescent, soft waves, delicious restaurants and more. Surfing here is excellent but you’ll want to hire a guide at your resort or at one of the many excursion companies. If you’re feeling adventurous go parascending (para sailing) high above the sea or go swimming with turtles and dolphins.
Please Your Palate While
The delicacy of the region? Coconuts! Eat them with limón and salt, hot sauce, chili powder, cool crème – each place in the area will have a special way of preparing this subtropical treat. La Bahia (the Bay) has fantastic seafood including yellowtail, wahoo, roosterfish and other tasty locally sourced treats. Craving salads but worried about the usual? Check out La Mona for pizza and safe salads, and Te Amo Lucy’s for all homemade food and a welcoming atmosphere.
Enjoy the Nightlife in Mazatlan
It’s no secret that while on vacation in Mazatlan you’ll get to experience some of the best nightlife in Mexico! Senor Frog’s, as always, is a great choice to visit. But there are a few places that are unique to Mazatlan in particular like Joe’s Oyster, Valentino’s, Sumbawa, and there are two major festivals you have to see to believe. During Easter Week and at the end of February there are massive week long festivals where live music, street food and a fun atmosphere can be found winding through the streets – think Madre Gras x10. If you’re coming during these times, enjoy yourself and follow any rules you would at home for going out at night.
Exclusive nightlife, beautiful scenery and sunshine year round, an all-inclusive Mazatlan vacation may be just up your alley. Want to learn more? Call us today at (800) 510-5642. There’s no obligation, let us help you plan your dream Mexico vacation.
The temperature averages in the 70s year-round. January through March are the cooler months, with typical daytime temps in the low 70s and 80s, while July thru Sept tends to be hot and humid, with daytime average highs in the 90s.
Manzanillo means “tiny apple” in Spanish, and this little apple wasn’t much of a tourist attraction until recently. If you’re looking for fun in the sun, take a walk along the jaw dropping powdery white beaches, diverse and colorful marine and animal life, and pristine scenery. All-inclusive Manzanillo vacations are more about wildlife than nightlife, and it’s home to a volcano you can peek into. The riptides here can be deadly, so it’s best to stick to pools and ask about conditions before you try to get out and swim. There are many great spots for snorkeling, surfing and para sailing – make sure you work with a guide to get equipment and find the secret out of the way spots.
Explore the Tiny Apple
A vacation in Manzanillo offers much for an active getaway. Ride a bike alongside cerulean waters, palm trees and pristine beaches. You’ll notice Manzanillo is minimally developed because it’s a national eco-refuge zone. You’ll find many hidden waterfalls and inland lakes, tiny villages and welcoming strangers. If you like hiking you’re in for a treat, this part of the Mexican Pacific coastline has a rocky headland of mountains that crash into the sea. While swimming is discouraged, there are plenty of spots great for snorkeling and scuba/free diving. If you’re feeling adventurous, check out the crocodile sanctuary and feed a crocodile (from a safe distance of course!) One of the best things to do while on vacation in Manzanillo is sport fishing – even if you’ve never tried your hand at catching marlin, dorado, shark or roosterfish you can charter a boat with an experience captain that will make your next adventure and interesting one!
Finding a Bite to Eat while on Vacation
All of the all-inclusive Manzanillo vacation resorts will have their own restaurant offerings, but don’t be afraid to leave the tourist zone and find something delicious to eat! The best place to eat hands down every day is Café Coral. Here you can get a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a bright, vibrant Mexican atmosphere with a nice buffet selection. La Plaza Esmeralda is open in the evenings Th-Sa and has a great view of the ocean. If you want a greater variety (and to escape buffet fair) it’s better to stick with the all-inclusive resort hotels.
Nightlife in The Tiny Apple
Nightlife in Manzanillo is a little hit and miss – if you’re staying at the Tesoro all-inclusive club you’ll have the best time. You can always buy your way in, but it’s one of the better resorts (if not the only resort) when you’re looking for nightlife. Here you’ll be able to enjoy Nirvana Lounge with delicious drinks or a party that never stops in the 7/24 Lounge. A Manzanillo vacation offers everything you need when you want a postcard picture relaxing time… so why wait?
Give us a call today at (800) 510-5642 and see what else all-inclusive Manzanillo vacations have in store for you. Don’t forget to ask about our Price Match guarantee.
The daily temperature ranges from 75° to 82° F, while nights cool off to a comfortable 63° to 75° F.
Before you choose a place for your vacation, you want to know that it’s fun, safe and has all the little amenities that make your vacation special. Here you’ll be able to enjoy one of the hottest fastest destinations for vacationers worldwide; world class dining, fun excursions and a bouncing nightlife that makes it all worth it. If you’ve ever wanted to go snorkeling along coral reefs in the Caribbean, Cabo is the place to go! Here you can spend your days in the water and along sandy soft white beaches, and your nights in hot Salsa and Latin dance clubs. Meet new friends on the beach, and bring the ones you already have for the ultimate party and relaxation experience. If you want a laid back vacation, you can hit European and Mayan style spas and saunas and go on a glass bottomed boat tour to see the coast like never before. Vacations in Cabo are what you make of them, and here you can always find something to appeal to your taste!
Activities to do in Cabo
Go snorkeling along the white sandy coasts of Cabo, or explore the coral reefs and all their beauty. While you won’t be able to go surfing here, you will be able to enjoy all kinds of water sports, relaxation and the sheer majestic beauty that takes you a world away. Go shopping for luxury goods without the luxury price, and get your toes in the sand.
Enjoy Fine Dining
Dining in Cabo is as easy as going downstairs! The all-inclusive resorts will have great restaurants, and you won’t have to pay more to enjoy an a la carte gourmet dining and premium beverages that make your dining experience that much more special. Fine dining in Cabo isn’t a taco stand on the street, but high end offerings of seafood, Latin spices and generous portions that make it worth the trip. Walk along the waterfront and find everything from open air grills to European and Caribbean cuisine that will never disappoint! Eat lobster that falls right out of the shell, sweet desserts made with fresh fruits and crème, and all the other things you’ve wanted to try while on vacation in Cabo.
Experience Great Night Life in Cabo
Cabo nightlife runs from loud and raunchy to tranquil and serene. Go tequila tasting in bars with the world’s largest tequila collections, or go clubbing along the thoroughfare. The best Salsa and Latin clubs will be found in San Jose Del Cabos, Cabos San Lucas and Old Town. If you’re not sure where you should start clubbing at, you need to try out a bar crawl. These let you explore all the best clubs and nightlife in Cabo while avoiding the places that aren’t that great to begin with. One of the best options for nightlife while on vacation will be at the resorts; they’ll have their own clubs that are usually the best in the area, with unlimited drinks and no cover charges if you’re a guest of the resort.
When you are ready to book your vacation to Los Cabos, give us a call so we can go over everything with you and make sure you plan a trip that you will love! Our agents are here to answer any questions you may have about Los Cabos.
The average year-round temperature is 78°F. During October to April, the temperature is typically 80°F. The climate is arid with over 300 days of sunshine. Average annual rainfall is 5-10 inches.
Why settle for an infinity pool when the tranquil turquoise Sea of Cortez is right outside your door? When you’re looking for the best place to unwind, an all-inclusive Loreto vacation offers relaxation and enough excitement to keep things interesting. The Sea of Cortez full of vibrant and colorful life, it’s a great spot for diving (free and scuba alike), snorkeling, dolphin and whale watching. Looking for something a little less intense? Check out all the premium spas with yoga and meditation right on the beach – skip anything hydrotherapy related though, it’s just an expensive shower! When it comes to dining, don’t just stick to all-inclusive Loreto vacation resorts; you’ll want to explore local Baja dishes and delicious fresh seafood and get out and explore the vibrant nightlife.
Explore what Loreto Has to Offer
A Loreto vacation is almost always centered on the sea, so let’s start there. Fishing for sport and for dinner is a popular activity and you’ll find many charter boats that take you out onto the open water. Glass bottomed boats will take you to the best spots where you can see diverse and colorful marine life right up close without getting wet. Certain times of year bring in massive pods of Blue, Orca, Menke and Humpback whales which are friendly and love to put on a show. If you want to stick close to shore, check out sea kayaking and snorkeling trips!
But all-inclusive Loreto vacations aren’t all about getting wet, there’s plenty to do on land too! Loreto is where the mountains meet the sea, offering spectacular views if you’re up for a hike. 14 islands can take multiple trips to explore and the surrounding desert is just as diverse as the sea itself. Go beach-combing and relax under a palapa thatched umbrella or go four-wheeling out in the desert.
Eat, Drink and be Merry
Eat a little, eat a lot, either way you won’t pay extra when you go with an all-inclusive resort. Each resort offers its own restaurants and when you’re a guest you eat free – but it never hurts to get out and explore. Guaycura serves all day with a full wine bar and great 180° views of the sea. Carmen’s can be a bit pricey but it also has great views and La Terraza has the best seafood and steaks in Loreto. If you’re looking for a night out the Campanario Bar sits on top of a terrace with a great view overlooking the Loreto Marine Park.
Who doesn’t want to stay in a casita with the sounds of waves rolling in all night long? An all-inclusive Loreto vacation gives you unparalleled luxury, where the mountains and the desert meet the sea. Call us at (800) 510-5642 and build the luxury vacation you’ve always wanted take for a cheap price. Find out if a Loreto vacation is right for you, and if not we’ll help you find your dream destination so you go on a trip that you will always remember.
Loreto has 360 days of sun, with an average temperature of 80° F. Winter temperatures range from the 60s to 70s, while summer temperatures climb into the 90s.
Ixtapa vacations offer travelers of all kinds a slice of paradise, but also a very different experience for a Mexican resort locale! Here you will find luxury resorts, fine dining, and great nightlife in this former coconut plantation that helps make it a favorite of the jet set Mexico City crowd. About 4 miles away you’ll find Zihuatanejo, with its sleepy fishing villages where you can go snorkeling in sky blue waters and shop in folksy art shops.
Things to do in Ixtapa
In Ixtapa you can swim with dolphins in the open water with excursions that are great for families, couples and singles. You can take a glass bottomed boat out to the coral reefs and go snorkeling and diving with tropical fishes – and if you’re more interested in catching and eating fish then going on a sport fishing charter might be the activity for you. Looking for more fun on land? Checkout all of the ecological and white water rafting kayak tours, beautiful warm beaches with welcoming sands, motorcycle runs through paradise while on your Ixtapa vacation!
In Zihuatanejo, you’ll find more beach than adventure. Bahia Zihuatanejo is the best bay with calm clear waters great for swimming and snorkeling. Here you’ll find the Beach of She-Cats (Playa las Gatas, named after harmless tiny sharks with whiskers that swim in the bay year round) where you can go swimming, wind surfing or take a quick boat ride around the bay. Palapas, or tiny thatched umbrellas, litter the beach here like many colored seashells. You’ll be able to lounge, eat and get some sun.
Dining in Ixtapa
One of the perks of an all-inclusive Ixtapa vacation is of course the all-inclusive dining experiences! You’ll find the best food in the resort hotels, but don’t be afraid to venture outside your resort and try something new. Zihuatanejo has its seafood palapas restaurants where you can relax and eat right out on the beach. Ixtapa has many fun casual options along Playa la Ropa (Beach of Cloth – named because a Chinese merchant ship crashed a century ago and silks washed ashore covering the beach) that you should consider. The best restaurant in Zihua has to be Fonda Dona Licha – which has many delicious local options that give you a taste of Mexico.
Enjoying the Nightlife
Senor Frog’s is a mainstay in every tourist destination in Mexico, and it’s no exception here! Dance in cages, have a drink in a tire swing or dance right on the bar. Tesoro has a good resort club, but each resort has its own nightlife options that change each night.
It can be hard to figure out which resort in Ixtapa is right for you as there are so many to choose from! Call us today at (800) 510-5642 and let us help you plan your perfect vacation to Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo. Why spend a bundle to be trapped with a view of a parking lot and a crowded beach when you can have it all and for less?
Semi-tropical climate year-round with an average of 300 sunny days a year and temperatures ranging from 73° to 93° F (23° to 33° C).
9 bays, 36 beaches, unlimited sunshine, what more can you ask for when it comes to planning your Mexico destination vacation? Many spots get locked in to being one kind of place for one kind of visitor, but not Hualtulco. Indulge your adventurous side with an ATV jungle adventure, go diving off the coast of Blanquita (not for beginners!), or go white shark fishing. Looking for a more relaxing Mexican vacation? Go see Magic Falls or go snorkeling off the powdery beaches of Playa San Augustin and see the tropical fish and coral reefs for your all-inclusive Huatulco vacation. The fun doesn’t stop there though – you’ll also find great places to grab a bite to eat and enjoy a night out. 80% of tourism is domestic, leaving Huatulco an unspoiled paradise. If you’re looking for a relaxing vacation with a dash of adventure, than a Huatulco vacation may be the spot for your next trip!
The main attraction here are the beaches, all 36 of them! Many are only accessible by boat and guide, with different companies offering beach cruises that take you hopping from one beach to the next. It’s important to know your beaches here as some are great for beginner divers, snorkelers and swimmers while others can be a little on the rough side for the inexperienced! Shopping is something you have to do, even if you’re just browsing. There are coffee plantation tours (real tours aren’t found along the coast, talk to your concierge), mezcal shops, chocolate and some of the best pottery in all of Mexico. Oaxaca is THE place for art here, so don’t miss out! Ecotourism is a major attraction, with Eco-parks being the equivalent of National Parks in the US run by private interests. You can go white water rafting, climbing, hiking, on a jungle safari or swim along beautiful rainbow reefs and massive schools of colorful tropical fish.
A convergence of global dining in a Spanish colonial atmosphere… what’s not to love? From grabbing a quick bite to eat on the beach from a taco cart to French fusion and even chocolate fried crickets (ONLY when you ask for them!), Hualtulco has a lot to offer even the most fervent foodie. Seafood is best here, but you can find vegetarian and red meat options too! Portales sells grilled cactus (yum!) and delicious meat and seafish tacos. L’Escalote is one of the best fusion restaurants you’ll find around with a full menu of indulgent treats, and there’s even an ice cream shop that’s open into the wee hours of the night.
Most of the nightlife options are offered by different all-inclusive resorts, but you can always visit another resort’s club for a cover charge. La Minoa, Papaya and Crema are some of the best places to visit. Bars are always a great option (but remember, foreign tourism is a bit light so bars are mostly frequented by locals!) Café Dublin is a great if you’re looking for an authentic Irish pub, and Crema specializes in all kinds of mezcal and tequila.
This is just a small taste of what a vacation in Huatulco has in store for you. If you’re interested in a Huatulco resort vacation, call us today at (800) 510-5642; one of our friendly travel experts will help you build the perfect all-inclusive vacation! There’s no obligation, we’re just here to help.
Warm semi-humid, with an average temperature of 82°F. Winter temperatures are never below 57°F, whereas late summer’s maximum temperatures increase to 100°F.
Cozumel is a beautiful Mexican island in the Caribbean perfect for a vacation getaway. With activities like sunning and playing on pristine white beaches, swimming and diving in clear sky blue waters, and of course great dining and nightlife that can’t be missed! With the unique distinction of being the only Mexican island in the Caribbean, it brings together Latin, Caribbean, and all the other cultures that have touched this region to give you a wonderful experience you won’t soon forget. When you’re looking for the ideal destination for your trip, Cozumel doesn’t disappoint! If you’re looking for exciting nightlife, you can go out and enjoy drinks in Senor Frogs swinging in tire swings right at the bar instead of boring old bar stools. The weekends will give you a wide range of entertainment that can run from live street performances out on the beach and the boardwalk, to the Hard Rock Café which lets you enjoy a night out with great music. Most live music here will run during the weekend, so be sure you get out from Thursday to Sunday to see it all! When you’re looking for the best dining, go to La Cocay for traditional Pre-historic Mexican dishes as well as inventive twists on contemporary dishes that will keep you guessing; Cozumel offers a great experience of tasting the world all in one place.
Eating out in Cozumel
Eating in Cozumel is an experience that’s hard to beat! Here you can have everything from American, Mexican (traditional and fusion), authentic Chinese, Continental (European) and great new genres like Latin-French fusion cuisine that will bring your taste buds alive. Why should you settle for the usual when you can have something exceptional? All the best restaurants in Cozumel do reside outside the resort zones, so be sure you get out there an check them out; this means you’ll need to go downtown and out to the beach to find everything from garlic buttered lobster tails to tapas lime festooned dishes that you have to try.
Letting Loose on your Vacation
Drinking in Cozumel is fun, with cancan dancers, live entertainment like local bands and even drinks right on the beach! Here you’ll find bars with quirky names like the 1.5 Tequila Bar, No Name Cigar Bar, and Wet Wendy’s. If you’re looking for the best scuba and dive bars, make sure you try the Reef Bar where veterans will give you tips about all the little spots hidden around the island.
Activities in Cozumel to Enjoy
The main draw to Cozumel is its beautiful beaches and the calm seas that you’ll find on half the island. The beaches just aren’t for getting some sun, as you can also go horseback riding here through the sands and sunrise or sunset, and it can be the perfect way to start or end your day. With an abundance of verdant green areas, white beaches and of course fun land excursions like hiking and driving around the island, it’s a great place to explore. Go out to Playa Palancar and Paradise beach for a day of fun in the sun, and round up the evening in one of the many nightclubs, bars and live music venues that fill this place to the brim with fun, excitement, and relaxation. When you’re looking for the perfect spot for a vacation, Cozumel has it all, and you can too!
There is only a four or five degree variance between winter and summer temperatures here, with winter highs in the mid 80’s °F and summer highs around 90°F.
Cancun is one of those rare whimsical places where you can have a romantic getaway that gives you a new world to explore together, get away and party all night long, or enjoy the beauty that awaits you in this tropical paradise. Recline on sugary white beaches that warms your body and soul, explore the depths of the sea and its friendly inhabitants or delve into the rich culinary culture of this jewel of Mexico… whatever your tastes are, you’ll find it here. From the beautiful Mayan ruins to the jungles that hold rare creatures that you need a guide to find, to the party capital of Tulum where you can dance under the stars, it’s a hard place to beat for any Mexican destination wedding! Come explore a paradise that’s just a short flight away where you can have it all for a cheap price!
This sunny little part of Mexico gives you a warm glow year round! With 2 of the top 10 beaches in North America, Cancun’s sandy white beaches are great for rest and play. Go wading in the warm shallow waters, swim with dolphins or go fishing out in the deep sea. Go on an aqua tour and snorkel along coral reefs and colorful fish, but if water’s not your thing there’s plenty of fun to be had on land. You’ll be able to explore the jungles of the Riviera Maya, take a walk in beautiful eco-parks or explore the ancient Mayan ruins in nearby Tulum. Cancun’s not just a destination; it’s an experience that holds a little something for everyone!
Places to Eat
Dining in Cancun gives you a culinary experience unmatched anywhere else in Mexico! Unlike the interior where you’ll find deep, rich and spicy beef dishes, here seafood is king! Dine on fresh lobster and Caribbean delights with an island flavor.
So many different cultures have touched Cancun, and you’ll be able to sample a world of tastes from Mexican, American, African, pan-Caribbean and even authentic Asian cuisine! Enjoy buttered lobster tails, fresh catches of the day and fruits fresh off the tree. Only problem with the all-inclusive dining in Cancun is the extra weight you might bring back home from your vacation!
Nightlife in Cancun is a mixture of passions and pleasures. Go dancing with old and new friends alike, learn to Salsa in an afternoon and dance all night long in the Mayan ruins at Tulum. Go on a night tour through the jungle with flashlights and see the creatures that only come out when the sun goes down, or lay on soft lounges with a colorful drink in your hand. Visit party bars where people dance on the bars Coyote Ugly style, or sit in a tire swing and enjoy laid back Mexican culture. If you’re looking for live entertainment, you’ve found it in Cancun! Enjoy live music along the beach, colorful and vibrant can-can shows and world class musicians in nice, warm ambient spaces. A vacation to Cancun has something to offer for everyone, all you have to do is get outside and start exploring! From rest and relaxation to a bright and entertaining nightlife, you’ll never want to go home after visiting this beach destination in Mexico. When you are ready to book an all-inclusive trip, give us a call so our agents can help you build a trip you will remember for a cheap price.
The average temperature is 27° C (80° F) with more than 240 days of sunshine, and rain is rare. Summer temperatures are generally slightly higher.
Acapulco is Mexico’s first resort town and it’s known as one of the best places for an all inclusive vacation package in Mexico (and #2 for Spring Break!). If you’re looking for adventure go see the cliff divers dive into the shallow tide pools at La Quebrada. Take a trip out to Isla de la Roqueta and get your feet wet in warm teal waters. Take a trip to CICI – this world famous waterpark has a lot to do and is worth the trip! Senor Frogs, Casanova, Kookaburra and Shu are all great places to get a bit to eat and no night out is complete without a trip to Ibiza and Disco Beach.
All Inclusive Acapulco Vacation Resorts
There are many hotels in Acapulco to chose from including beach and luxury resorts, but choosing an all inclusive one is always the best way to enjoy your trip. You’ll be able to stay in a colorful casita that opens right out onto the beach or a high rise luxury suite that has a fantastic view of the ocean. Your drinks, meals and many activities will be included as part of the deal; experience the best Acapulco has to offer with all inclusive resort packages!
The first thing you’ll want to do is get out and look at the beaches. You’ll find most in the bay along “La Costera” (the coast, main thoroughfare), but you’ll want to head over to the beach in front of the Princess Resort if you want to do surfing or go at it with a boogey board. Check out the cliff divers and get a bite to eat, go swimming in the calm waters in the bay and go snorkeling alongside colorful marine life.
Catch of the Day
Anywhere you go along the sea is going to have a vibrant seafood culture and Acapulco is no exception. Here you’ll be able to find great places to eat at free with all inclusive Acapulco vacations, but you’ll find other spots worth checking out too. Senor Frog’s is great for the under 30 crowd and has something special for everyone. La Perla has great seafood and you’ll be able to watch the cliff divers all day long, Shu and Nobu are both pricey but well worth the cost.
Spring Break Party Destination
It’s no secret that Acapulco vacations are the destination for tens of thousands of Spring Breakers every year – you’ll always be able to find a club, bar or nightlife experience that fits your style. Looking for a more sophisticated experience? Check out Barbarroja, the bar in the shape of a big old pirate ship with a charming wood interior. Ibiza is a great spot to go clubbing and Disco Beach has the best view in all of Acapulco!
If you’re looking for great deals on Acapulco vacations, give us a call. We’ll be able to help you find all the best places to stay, eat and enjoy yourself while you’re here – give us a call at (800) 510-5642.
An average of 360 days of sunshine yearly, and the average annual temperature is 80°F. Only the humidity varies with about 59 inches of rain annually.