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Top 10 Things to Know About the Riviera Maya

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Congratulations! You’re ready to plan your Mexico beach vacation, but… where to go? You’ve heard of Cancun, but did you know there’s another fabulous destination (make that “multiple destinations”) right next door? Collectively known as the Riviera Maya, this area south of the Cancun International Airport will thrill you with possibilities. Herewith, the top 10 […]


Top 10 Surfing Beaches in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico

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Mexico is a paradise for water sports and surfing is no exception! With over 4,500 miles of coastline, it’s been hosting surfers since the heyday of the VW combie. As surfing gained in popularity with the luxury trendsetters, families, and the less “gnarly” travelers, hotels in destinations like the Riviera Nayarit have added the sport […]


Top 10 Most Incredible Views Of The Riviera Nayarit

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If you’re looking for some amazing shots of the sunrise or sunset with just a touch of adrenaline, this list of Top 10 Most Incredible Views has what you’re looking for. We have to confess, though, that it was hard to pick just 10, because when it comes to spectacular views, the Riviera Nayarit has […]


Top 5 Safest Beaches For Kids In The Riviera Nayarit

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The Riviera Nayarit offers hundreds of miles of beaches along Mexico’s Pacific Coast, with one that’s perfect for every kind of vacation. The destination is a favorite for families for many reasons, including plenty of safe beaches for the kiddos. Below we invite you to take a peek at the Top 5 Safest Beaches for the […]


San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato: The Colonial Heart of Mexico

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Mexico is, and always will be, defined by its beach cities. But there’s much, much more to Mexico than sand and sea. There’s a rich history melded together by the Spanish conquerors and the indigenous peoples… and you won’t find it at the beach. You need to step deep into the heart of Mexico to […]


One Day In Mazatlan

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To really get to know a city, you have to walk the streets, savor the food and, in the case of Mazatlan, drink the beer. While most of Mexico looks to Spain for its main influences, after the Mexican Revolution the influx of Germans and French into Mazatlan gave this city a bit of a […]