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Family vacations are all about having a marvelous time, fun and enjoying some quality time with your hardworking family. Puerto Vallarta has long been Mexico’s top beach side vacation spot because it offers families everything they may need; sun (year round), sand, pristine sea (clear and warm), and some of the best restaurants around (and plenty of them).

What is also required for a good family vacation, however, is a little alone time doing something fun or relaxing!

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Choosing a summer vacation to Mexico for you and your loved ones is a great decision and one that should be stress free, affordable and on your doorstep for those visiting from Canada and the United States. Here are some key steps you can take to make the planning of your summer vacation to Mexico a piece of cake.

Top tips for Planning your Summer Vacation to Mexico

  1. Check out Budget Airlines

    During peak season for vacations to Mexico, you will find there are a number of reliable budget airlines that fly to the top Mexico beach destinations such as Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas and Cancun.

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If there is one thing better than taking regular vacations in Cabo San Lucas, then it would be owning a timeshare in Cabo San Lucas! So what is so special about vacations and timeshare in Cabo San Lucas? Let’s take a look below:

Vacations and Timeshare in Cabo San Lucas

Vacations in Cabo are a great treat if you like warm sunny beach vacations in a destination that is easy to reach and easy on your wallet.

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There are many great attractions to enjoy in Cancun while on vacation, and it can be very difficult to decide just which are the most worthy of your limited and valuable time on vacation. Well, one that’s definitely worth all the time you have to spare is the Isla Mujeres Pirate show in Cancun! This wonderful pirate themed Cancun day cruise takes place every day between 8am and 4pm on board the Jolly Roger Pirate ship, and leaves from the Playa Linda pier in Cancun towards the turquoise shores of Isla Mujeres.

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