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Tourists that have been vacationing in Mexico has been immediately charmed with its rich heritage and cultural along with its astonishing natural beauty for decades. Many people are already familiar with the historical sites that are located on the Caribbean coast of Mexico where exploring the pre-hispanic area can be done. What you may not be familiar with is the whole country of Mexico has numerous historical sites that are just as significant and they are worth going too as well such as the cave paintings located near the Islands of Loreto.

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Mexican wine originates with the invasion of Hernan Cortѐs in the 1500’s. Cortѐs and his men quickly drank through the supply of wine that they had brought with them (apparently conquering the native populous was thirsty work), and so needed an alternative supply. This is when he ordered that colonists plant 1000 grapevines for each 100 native “Employees”. In this way they would replenish their supplies of wine for religious mass (and washing down meals, of course).

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Parents can avoid toddler meltdown on flights with the helpful tips provided below. Traveling with young children is always a fear for parents, but knowing how to avoid toddler meltdown on flights will have your flight be smooth and painless for other passengers. Are you having nightmares about seeing your child throwing a temper tantrum during your flight? Rest assure as the tips below will help you avoid any unruly scene.

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Guests staying at the Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto resort, as well as other visitors to the region, tend to spend much of their time revelling in the unmatched beauty and splendour of the Loreto Bay National Park! The park encompasses 2065 square kilometres of water in the Gulf of California, and is home to some 800 species of assorted marine wildlife.

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Danzante Bay, an inlet near the coast of Baja, California, is one of Mexico’s prized aquatic jewels found in the Sea of Cortez. Renowned explorer Jacques Cousteau calls the Danzante Bay the “Aquarium of the World” because there are over 5,000 species of sea creatures found in this 465 square mile inlet. The inlet is surrounded by five exotic islands of Loreto and is considered a marine park protected by the United Nations.

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Are you always on the lookout for a new delicacy to try? A taste to discover, a story to tell? Well, the famous chocolate clams of Loreto are definitely worthy of your attention. The almejas chocolatas of the Pacific coastal region are meaty, tender and flavoursome. Harvested in particular in the Sea of Cortez where they can be found in sandy bottomed, gently sloping beaches and lagoons such as Timbabiche, Loreto and Candeleros.

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Are you going to be staying at the world-class Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa at the Islands of Loreto on your next vacation? If you are, then you will have the chance to enjoy a paradise vacation and restore your overall health and well-being with the Balancing Treatment at the best spa in Loreto, the Sabila Spa.

Guests are invited to take advantage of the spa treatments at the best wellness facility in Loreto.

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One of the common misconceptions about taking a vacation to Mexico is that you are sure to get sick. In many cases, just the sheer act of traveling in and of itself can upset your stomach. People with sensitive constitutions can get an upset tummy just by traveling to another state! Keeping yourself safe from Montezuma’s revenge on vacation to Mexico is actually much easier than you might think.

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Those who have visited the Villa del Palmars Islands of Loreto resort before will know how high the standards are there – the service, the accommodation and the food all exemplify excellence. So when we tell you that Chef Gerardo Garcia Martinez, the new Sous Chef, is good even by the standards of the Villa del Palmar Loreto, we are sure you will understand what this means.

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The Islands of Loreto are an amazing place for vacationers, especially those staying at the Villa Del Palmar resort and spa. Now more than ever, you can enjoy a unique experience at the Villa del Palmar Loreto resort when you request to stay in one of the new Danzante Bungalows. The Danzante Bungalow is a quirky concept that combines luxury and natural beauty.

Danzante Bungalow Glamping

When you reserve the Danzante Bungalow you will get to enjoy what the Villa del Palmar resort calls “glamping”, which stands for glamorous camping.

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