Baja California Peninsula
Cabo San Lucas
Located on the Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas has forever been a favorite vacation spot for tourists from all ends of the globe. Here you can take a sunset cruise, head out on the water for a day of fishing, or even partake in some exciting off road four wheeling.
San José del Cabo
Along with Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo makes up one of the most popular tourist destinations for travelers from the United States and Canada. Offering a bit more of a relaxing scene than that of Cabo San Lucas, del Cabo will provide you with much to enjoy, from outdoor recreation and beach relaxation to shopping and first class dining.
Situated on the Gulf of California, the most bio-diverse body of water in the world, La Paz is one of the world's most popular eco-tourism sites. It attracts marine and wildlife enthusiasts from all ends and is the site of various terrestrial species unique to the region.
Centered around numerous bays and beaches, this spot has gradually become a popular tourist attraction for much of the local population as wells as foreigners alike. Here you will find some great diving and can catch a tour of the different bays or just grab a taxi or bus to get from beach to beach.
Here you will find some of the tastiest restaurants, most astonishing beaches, and most exciting water sports on the Pacific coast. Watch the daring cliff divers perform, head to a local night club, or simply relax and enjoy the great view from the beach.
Head north from Acapulco and you will reach Zihuatanejo, a once fishing village turned tourist haven that still preserves its same small village look. The activities are limitless, from water sports to golfing and fishing, and of dining at some fabulous gourmet restaurants, there's something for everyone here.
The self-proclaimed Sailfish Capital of the World, Manzanillo is covered with popular beaches and many outstanding restaurants and hotels. Exciting activities include diving, surfing, shopping, and even taking a trip to the local active volcano.
Visit Puerto Vallarta and choose from an abundance of activities from whale watching, diving, swimming with dolphins, and much more. This resort town has become a favored stop among tourists due to its distinct culture, fabulous weather, and great beaches.
This famous tourist district runs alongside the Caribbean coastline of the Yucatan Peninsula and includes such destinations as Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Cozumel, and Tulum to name only a few. Here you can partake in the many sports and recreational activities, relax on the white sand beaches, or venture out to the many historical archaeological sites. The options are limitless!
No trip to the Yucatan Peninsula is complete without a visit to the famous Cancun, home to the widely known white sand beaches as wells as hundreds of hotels and restaurants. No matter what lifestyle suits you best, whether relaxed or adventurous, Cancun will meet your every expectation.
This tiny island is only five miles wide, and though it is now a popular tourist destination, it still retains its peaceful tranquillity that is characteristic of the small fishing village that it once solely was.
Playa Del Carmen
Known for its world famous scuba diving and other activities from boutique shopping to first class cuisine on Fifth Avenue, or Quinta Avenida, Playa del Carmen is a spot for everyone. Here you can catch the ferry to spend some time on the small island of Cozumel.
This small coastal tourist community resides about 100 kilometers (62 miles) and is popular for its scuba diving and relaxing white sand beaches. Keep a close eye out and you may even see the local sea turtles laying eggs on the beach at night.
This gorgeous beach-front community offers a variety of hotels, condominiums, and of course an array of luxury Caribbean style villas. This small town is a great place to spend the day sailing, swimming with the dolphins, or just playing golf and relaxing on the beach.
Gulf of Mexico
Veracruz is a great place to visit for a great taste of Mexican culture. Enjoy a walk on the seawall or enjoy a meal at a street-side café. Visit some of the areas nicest beaches where you can walk in the white sands or relax in the calm waters of the gulf. You won't have trouble finding something to do in Veracruz.