Located in the southern portion of North America and is rich with history, delicious food and sprawling beaches. Whether you are interested in roaming the grounds of old Mesoamerican ruins, laying out on the white sands of the country’s many resort beaches or going snorkeling off the waters of the Yucatan peninsula, there is something for everyone who wants to travel to Mexico.
State of nature, surrounded by the beautiful Caribbean Sea, jungles, cenotes, underground rivers and lagoons; it is without a doubt the Mexican paradise. In Quintana Roo, the possibilities are endless, that is why it is one of the most internationally recognized destinations and many different locations to choose (Tulum, Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta, Ixtapa, Mazatlan, and more). Get ready to enjoy paradise!
Located on the coastline of the Yucatan peninsula. Known for its beaches and preserved ruins of an ancient mayan port city.Take a break from the beach to visit El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God.
A mexican island in the caribbean sea. This island is a popular cruise port and a dream destination for scuba diving in areas such as Palancar and the Columbia coral reefs.
A resort town on Mexico’s pacific coast. Well known for its beaches, water sports, boutique shops, variety of food, and nightlife scene.
Known as a resort town on the pacfic coast too! Highly recommended for a lively romantic getaway due to it’s beautiful beaches, boardwalk, amazing food, and music.
Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya
Caters to history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Playa’s white sand and brilliantly turquoise water impress the most selective beach bums. There are amazing properties along with a wide variety of theme parks and shows with international recognition. You can also visit one of the most famous archaeological sites in the country. This is also popular for its entertainment attractions, incredible atmosphere, and nightlife. Some great places to checkout include the Laguna Nichupté, Chichen Itza, large coral reefs, El Rey Mayan Ruins, Maya Museum, XCaret and so much more.