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From the towering pyramids of the Maya and Aztecs to the stunning waters of the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean, Mexico has amazing vacation locations for every type of traveler. Find the Mexico vacations you desire and book your air and hotel package on Mexico.com. We'll be your guide to Mexico.
Cancun morphed from tiny jungle fishing village to major tourist destination within a few decades, and it continues to be one of the most popular -- and most visually spectacular -- places in Mexico. Located on the Yucatan peninsula, Cancun and its surrounding areas are a Caribbean vacationer's nirvana.
The coastal island of Cozumel is arguably the top diving destination in the Western Hemisphere. Visitors from around the world flock to this scuba and snorkeling oasis 12 miles off the coast of Cancun to explore the 20-mile Mayan Reef, a sunken paradise of crystal, turquoise-blue water, brilliant tropical fish and unspoiled coral.
Puerto Vallarta is one of those rare tourist destinations that truly deserves its popularity. It does a little bit of everything and does it all very well. If you want all-inclusive luxury, head north to Nuevo Vallarta and the secluded resorts of Punta Mita. If you want small-town Mexican charm, stick to the cobblestone streets and quaint shops of Old Vallarta.
Located at the southernmost tip of Baja California are the towns of San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Cabo San Lucas is the party town, San José del Cabo is quaint and quiet, and the strip of coast in between is fertile soil for some of the most extravagantly luxurious resorts in Mexico and some of the world's best golf courses.
The port city of Mazatlán represents all that's great about a Mexican beach town at a fraction of the price of more developed resort areas like Cancun. The self-proclaimed "shrimp capital of the world," Mazatlán is a working-class city of 500,000 with stretches of golden beachfront, tasty seafood restaurants and enough upscale resorts to satisfy the most sophisticated traveler.
Long thought of as the town where the ferry to Cozumel departs, Playa del Carmen is earning its own reputation as paradise on the coast of the Yucatán peninsula. Now, this town acts as a gateway to the resorts of the Riviera Maya, where secluded beaches, tropical jungles and mysterious Mayan ruins provide the perfect backdrop for the ultimate escapist vacation.
Acapulco is back. In the 1980s and '90s, many travelers had written off the "Pearl of the Pacific" as a tacky vestige of Love Boat-era excess and Spring Break hedonism. But after a billion-dollar makeover and an influx of investors, Acapulco is enjoying a second life as an upscale retreat for savvy Mexican and international tourists.
Like peanut butter and jelly, the towns of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo offer two strikingly different tastes -- and they can be combined to make one amazing travel experience. Located about four miles apart, visitors get the best of both worlds including peaceful and fine bays and beaches, perfect for a relaxing escape from everyday life.
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