The beaches in and around Cabo San Lucas are some of the most breathtaking in Mexico. Soft sandy beaches with clean waves lapping on the shore are certain to make some incredible scenes for photos and videos of your vacation in Cabo.

The best hotels in Cabo San Lucas enjoy direct beach access, however, there are many that do not have a beach and you will want to find some great public beaches to enjoy.

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One in a lifetime whale watching experiences can be enjoyed on your next vacation to Mexico when you visit the Islands of Loreto. Why not choose the Islands of Loreto for an incredible vacation surrounded by the most breathtaking setting and opportunities to converse with nature like no other?

The Islands of Loreto

Located on the Sea of Cortez and flanked by the Sierra de la Giganta mountains, the Islands of Loreto is a unique destination in Mexico’s state of Baja California.

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When you take your family on vacation to Mexico you should really consider the sunny shores of Puerto Vallarta! Puerto Vallarta is one of Mexico’s best kept secrets and will delight you and your whole family again and again. Plus you’ll never be bored; there are many tours in Puerto Vallarta to keep you busy and show you the sights!

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Taking a vacation in Mexico is one of those rights of passage that everyone should take, and one which will open up the doors to a never-ending stream of vacations in the sun. Once you have tasted the delights of Mexico’s food, destinations, beaches and warm hospitality there is no looking back. Riviera Nayarit and Nuevo Vallarta is the perfect taster of Mexico, set for the best vacations of your life.

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Cabo San Lucas is right on track for the next winter peak season and looking better than before. Visitors have been returning to Cabo San Lucas for many weeks now after Hurricane Odile left the Baja California with a heavy clean-up operation.

Cabo San Lucas after Hurricane Odile

For those who have been on vacation in Cabo San Lucas after Hurricane Odile passed in September, it is clear that Cabo is one of those amazing beach destinations that bounce right back.

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Cancun has something for every kind of visitor but it is particularly great for those who love culture, nature and adventure. With that in mind we have put together a list of the 5 best reasons to visit Cancun if you’re culturally or historically minded or, if you just like to seek adventure in the embrace of nature.

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Choosing the top 10 activities in Puerto Vallarta is a hard task, not least because there are so many fabulous things to do in Puerto Vallarta that this blogpost is just not long enough to do all of them justice. However, to help you get excited about your next vacation to Puerto Vallarta or, indeed, to convince you that Puerto Vallarta is the place to be, here is a brief list of the best 10 activities in Puerto Vallarta.

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The new Danzante Bay Golf Course that Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto is building in close partnership with Rees Jones is shaping up to be the islands’ premier course. The indisputably talented Jones knows how to make a challenging and beautiful course, of course he should; he’s designed over 170 courses already!

This stunning 18-hole golf course being built on the Islands of Loréto is being designed with environmental issues in mind: Paspalum, a material perfect for the Baja California climate, will be used and Jones will be working with land in harmony.

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Situated on the scenic Pacific Coast of Mexico, Puerto Vallarta is known for its world class dining and cuisine. In fact there are not one but two culinary festivals in Puerto Vallarta each year which run alongside the various wine festivals and smaller gourmet events in the town. Deciding where to eat in Puerto Vallarta, though, is difficult because there’s so much choice!

Puerto Vallarta - Seahorse sculpture

Blanca Blue Restaurant

This is a must for anyone who wants romance with their dining experience; if you ask anyone where to eat in Puerto Vallarta, Blanca Blue will most likely be mentioned.

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The Malecón is one of Puerto Vallarta’s most beloved features. The famed ocean view boardwalk is a mile long and forms a sea wall that protects the shops, bars and restaurants from the Pacific Ocean on Banderas Bay. The Malecón is the central point of Puerto Vallarta’s down-town area and it provides a pleasant promenade for tourists and locals alike; a sea view without the sand in your shoes, so to speak.

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