It’s no surprise that Cabo San Lucas is a popular tourist destination mostly due to its beautiful Sea of Cortez waters, sandy white beaches, and desert landscapes. In fact, Cabo San Lucas is one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Mexico. However, did you also know that Cabo also has a lively Marina that visitors should include on there to see list? Cabo’s marina has evolved into an upscale marina with a comfortable, wide promenade that is ideal for an evening stroll.
Are you visiting Puerto Vallarta later this month? If so, you should know that the 9th edition of the Riviera Nayarit Wind Festival is nearly here. Mark your calendars now for May 17th, May 18th and May 19th so you can check out the Riviera Nayarit Wind Festival in Nuevo Vallarta, which is just a short drive or cab ride north from Puerto Vallarta.
Wind Festival Origins
The 1st Edition of Wind Festival was held in 2011 which was coordinated by the Mexican Kiteboard Association in an attempt to promote the region as a top sailing location.
The Caribbean Sea coastline is home to miles of some of the most stunningly beautiful soft, white sands and clear blue and green waters in Mexico. The best beach in Cancun is Playa Delfines, which is also called El Mirador, or “The Lookout” in English. One of the reasons why the best beach in Cancun is Playa Delfines is due to the fact that there are no structures, hotels, or restaurants built on the beach, which keeps the beach pristine and an ideal place for a relaxing getaway.… Read the rest
Mexican tacos are without a doubt one of the favorite foods that people love to eat in Mexico and around the world. With their simple ingredients, low price and variety of options, tacos are simply the best. You don’t even need a plate to eat this delicious food as the tortilla does all the work for you. Mexican street taco vendors are home to some of the tastiest and cheapest tacos around.
Did you know that Puerto Vallarta is home to some of the best hamburgers and cheeseburgers in Mexico? Hamburgers and cheeseburgers are probably not the food that you first think of when you think of Mexico, but some great burgers can be found here. If you find that you have had your fill of tacos and enchiladas, and you want to know where you can get the best burgers in Puerto Vallarta, then continue to read below.
A lot of people know about the Xoximilco riverboat adventure that is famous in Mexico City, but did you know that there is a similar one in Cancun? Xoximilco celebrates the culture, traditions, and folklore of Mexico. You should board the traditional trajinera, which is also known as the floating river boat, and start partying! The riverboats are decorated in vibrant colors and there are plenty of seats for everyone to enjoy this amazing Mexican adventure.
While most people visiting Mexico are thrilled to take in all the authentic Mexican cuisine they can, sometimes you are the in mood for something different. If you find yourself in Puerto Vallarta and are craving sushi, here are the top 5 sushi joints in PV to check out. You won’t be disappointed!
Puerto Vallarta Marina: Ooki Sushi
Ooki Sushi is found in the ONE hotel and office complex building a few minutes away from the Puerto Vallarta Airport.
Has anyone told you about the amazing Xcaret that is located in Cancun? Xcaret is situated on the Yucatan Peninsula along the coastline of the Caribbean, in the state of Quintana Roo, and it is a very popular Mayan archaeological site and eco park. The pre-Columbian Mayans first occupied here hundreds of years ago, and it was once an important Navigational Port and trading center for the Mayans.
Many Puerto Vallarta residents say that living in this beautiful coastal town is the stuff that dreams are made of. With an abundance of beautiful beaches, year-round warm climate, and an endless amount of activities, Puerto Vallarta is an ideal place to live, retire or have a vacation home. Despite its idyllic setting, it is always fun to get out of town every now and then.
It’s time to party! Each year in Mexico in late February or early March, the annual Carnival event takes place in the days leading up to Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. In addition to Puerto Vallarta, many other cities around Mexico also celebrate with incredible Carnival celebrations including the towns of Tepoztlán, Huejotzingo, Chamula, Veracruz, Cozumel, and Mazatlán. In the towns of Veracruz, Mazatlán, and Cozumel, the celebration is next level fantastic so that it is reminiscent of the famous New Orleans’ Mardi Gras.