Destinations

Mazatlan

Mazatlan is a city located in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. The name Mazatlan comes from the Nahuatl word that means place of deer. Nahuatl is the ancient language of the Aztecs who lived in Mexico hundreds of years ago. Their surviving descendants are called the Nahua people and also speak Nahuatl. Mazatlan was founded in the early 1500s by the Spaniards.

Manzanillo

Manzanillo has two bays with two beaches that are four miles in length and each have a crescent shape. There are two main areas of Manzanillo, Bahia de Manzanillo and Bahia de Santiago. They are divided by a peninsula known as the Santiago Peninsula. The first of these areas is traditional and older, and the latter is newer and upscale.

Cancun

Many people think that they know Cancun. When thinking of Cancun, 14 miles of pristine white beaches shaped like the number 7, clear crystal water, and sultry nights sipping on a margarita come to mind. These people are both right and wrong. While a lot of this is true about Cancun, there is so much more.

Acapulco

Acapulco is a major city on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, in the state of Guerrero. The city is located about 300 km south west of Mexico city. Acapulco is located in a very deep bay and has been a major shipping port (also for cruises) since the colonial period of Mexican history. Many shipping and cruising lines run between Acapulco, Panama, and San Francisco.

Ixtapa

Talk about Mexico and you inevitably conjure up thoughts of lively salsa music, flavorful cuisine, warm and loving folks, historic sites, and of course quick tropical getaways from the harsh North American winter. Indeed, if there is anything Mexico is rightly known for, it is the warm and clear turquoise waters that surround its spectacular beaches. It’s hardly surprising, therefore, that many people have made Mexico their go-to place for their fix of much-needed fun under the sun.

Los Cabos

If you’re seeking a unique destination that’s fun, exhilarating and romantic in equal measure, it’s time to head straight to Los Cabos to seek some well-deserved succor. Regardless of whether you’re looking forward to a solo leisure trip or are eyeing a breathtakingly pretty destination with your partner/family, it is one unique attraction that offers something (and that’s an understatement by a mile!) to everyone.

Huatulco

Huatulco is one of the main tourist developments located in Mexico. This is city is located in the state of Oaxaca on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. The proper name of this city is actually Bahias de Huatulco, but was officially shortened to just Huatulco. This city is located about five hundred kilometers south of another very popular tourist city, Acapulco, which is located in the state of Guerrero.

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