Mexico attracts millions of visitors each year with its warm sunny weather, spectacular beaches, and low prices. It is one of the only places where you can find spectacular archeological sites, colonial cities, and jungles and beaches within just a few miles.

For anyone with a dream of sun-drenched fun, Mexico is a land of contrast, tradition, and culture, all with an excellent price and first-class comfort.

Cancun and Riviera Maya

Explore the beautiful beaches and magnificent views in the Yucatan Peninsula! This is a superb location, with warm sandy white beaches washed by the Caribbean Sea. Opportunities for water sports, archaeological exploration, shopping, eco-adventure, and wellness abound in this tropical paradise!

Other Mexico Locations

Interested in a different location? Mexico has many other fascinating  and diverse options. Each location brings its own local flavor and style to your vacation dream.

  • Cozumel

    Just off the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cozumel enjoys a healthy flow of tourism. Year-round celebrations, including the weeklong Carnaval in March, fishing tournaments and religious holidays, reflect the festive nature of this Caribbean island. Scuba divers recognize Cozumel, with its surrounding reefs, as a premier destination. It’s a 20-minute ferry ride from Playa del Carmen and many other activities.

  • Puerto Vallarta

    Puerto Vallarta hotels have all the amenities of classic beach resorts–surf, sand and sun–but this city on Mexico’s Pacific Coast offers so much more. Big-time sport fishing, golf, motorcycling, whale watching, art, diving, hot air balloons and culture are all highlights of any stay in Puerto Vallarta. Completely different from any other destination in Mexico, Puerto Vallarta is a geographically diverse area that boasts mountains, jungles, beaches, rivers, waterfalls, and much more.

  • Acapulco

    Acapulco is Mexico’s original resort destination. Travelers flock to Acapulco every year to enjoy the fantastic beaches and world-famous nightlife. The city’s main street, home to most of the action in the city, is lined with hotels that provide easy access to beaches, shopping, restaurants and night clubs. Acapulco visitors shouldn’t miss the world famous cliff divers–you can watch the dramatic shows several times a day from a public viewing area.

  • Colonial Cities/other destinations

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Los Cabos

At the tip of the Baja Peninsula, land ends and the Gulf of California meets the Pacific Ocean. Here, azure blue and turquoise waters, rugged cliffs, quiet coves teeming with marine life, desert vistas and mountains all come together with a wash of vibrant colors.

Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, plus the 20-mile Corridor in between, are home to many golf courses, luxury and moderate resorts, restaurants, and other attractions.