35 or so years ago, Cancun was only a twinkle in the eyes of visionaries dreaming of a paradise not yet realized. This “mirage”, shimmering up from a sun-drenched sliver of powdery, white beach; was home to no one and known only to a few fisherman and those looking for solitude. Nothing but nature itself occupied this Caribbean diamond in the rough. Read More>>
Heading south, away from the luxurious hotels and frenetic nightlife of Cancun, a whole other world opens up - the world of the Riviera Maya. Along this stretch of the Mexican Caribbean, the towns are smaller, the pace slower and the eclectic mix of languages reveals this part of Mexico as a favorite hideaway for visitors from every corner of the world. On one side of the coast road you’ll find small independent communities with miles and miles of white sanded beaches protected by the second largest barrier reef in the... Read More>>
A Mexican heart... with a Caribbean soul!! Just 12 miles off the Yucatan coast, directly across from Playa del Carmen; lays the island paradise of Cozumel. Its waters so clear, its coral reefs so spectacular, famed marine biologist Jacques Cousteau called it the “best diving area in the world.” Boasting the second largest barrier reef in the world, this sleepy island draws divers, swimmers and snorkelers from around the globe. Cozumel has been a tourism hub for over a millennium. The ancient Maya.... Read More>>
Ixtapa - Zihuatanejo is one of Mexico’s most beautiful Pacific coast beach destinations. Another sleepy paradise snuggling between the dark-blue waters of the Pacific and the lush green mountain sides of the Sierra Madre range; Zihuatanejo is the name of the small, picturesque fishing village where early inhabitants first settled. And Ixtapa, located a short 4 miles up the coast from her older sister and boasting modern upscale resorts, a luxury marina, world-class golf courses and other tourist services... Read More>>
Whether it's the history of pirates, the golden beaches, the breathtaking bay or the high-rise hotels, glittery nightlife and infamous daredevil cliff-divers, there has always been something special about Acapulco! Once the place to be seen for any "wannabe" Hollywood star or jet-setting playboy, Acapulco now basks in only slightly faded glory. With the help of American university students on Spring Break and of the ambitious new developments including world class golf facilities, Acapulco is alive once again!
Huatulco is one of Mexico’s newest and very unique tourism development areas. This serene destination was actually “born” in 1984 by a quasi-governmental agency that has previously created the world famous resorts of Cancun and Ixtapa. It is located along the coastline of state of Oaxaca, at the southern end of the Sierra Madre Mountains, stretching 22 miles along the cobalt-blue Pacific Ocean. Within her borders, Huatulco boasts its famous 9 bays and 36 pristine beaches all protected by the Huatulco Bays... Read More>>
Puerto Vallarta is located in the state of Jalisco, the cradle of Tequila, Mariachi and the Charro cowboy. Long before this coastal town nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains and overlooking the Pacific became known as one of Mexico’s top international vacation destinations, Vallarta was a thriving Mexican village. It's proximity to the Bay of Banderas, the agricultural valley of the Ameca River, and the important mining centers in the Sierra Mountains gave the town a more interesting past full of colorful... Read More>>
Los Cabos, one of the most beautiful and exclusive destinations in Mexico, is located at the end of the Baja California Peninsula. Consisting of three distinct localities: Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo and the Tourist Corridor that runs between them; the area had primarily been a playground for the rich and famous. In recent years however, Los Cabos has been enjoying an explosion of notoriety and a significant boom of development has arrived; featuring word-class resorts, luxurious marinas and fine dining options. Read More>>