The Real Mexico

 

"Mexico map"

 

Discover a land filled with breathtaking landscapes, a rich heritage and a vibrant culture; discover Mexico. Whether you’re looking for an intoxicating and romantic retreat for you and a loved one or you’re interested in an unforgettable family vacation, the country of Mexico is sure to exceed your expectations. Get lost in the ancient ruins of the Mayan civilization and experience what life was like thousands of years ago. Relax while soaking up the sun and surf along the breathtaking beaches that hug the coasts of the country, or try out your sea legs and go surfing, snorkeling, SCUBA diving or swim with dolphins. Experience the deep-rooted and vibrant culture that makes up Mexico while dining on authentic foods, speaking with locals and enjoying a festive night life.

"Mayan Civilization"

There’s so much to do and see in the country of Mexico. The seaside villages and sweeping mountain vistas, the famous archaeological ruins, the lively people and the pulsating culture make this country a popular vacation destination – in fact, Mexico is one of the most popular countries to visit in the world. While virtually anywhere you travel in the country is sure to be unforgettable, there are key points-of-interest that are known to be the country’s most popular destinations, including Puerto Vallarta, the Maya Riviera and the Playa del Carmen. These locations feature breathtaking scenery, opportunities for adventure and luxury resorts that combine to create an extraordinary vacation with memories to last a lifetime.

Located on the countries western coast on the Bay of Banderas, Puerto Vallarta has been a popular vacation destination since the 1960s. The American director John Huston filmed the Night of the Iguana just south of this city, putting it on the map as a vacation city. This resort city features fantastic beaches, where you can enjoy simply soaking up the sun, or where you can enjoy water recreational activities. Swimming with the dolphins is a popular activity in this vacation city and there are several organizations that offer opportunities to do so. Other points of interest in Puerto Vallarta include the Malecon, the Cuale Archeological Museum and the Plaza de Armas.

"Bay of Banderas"On the opposite side of the country sits the famed Mayan Riviera, on the countries Yucatan Peninsula. The white sand beaches along the eastern coast of Mexico hug the turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean Sea and stretch from Puerto Morales to Punta Allan and also includes the island of Cozumel. Long before this portion of Mexico was a popular vacation destination, it was home to the ancient Mayan tribe and the many ruins that still remain throughout the area and add to the attraction of the Mayan Riviera. While visiting the area, stay at one of the many first-class resorts, but don’t forget to explore the natural wonders of the region, including those famed Mayan ruins and the mysterious senotes. A trip to this part of Mexico is sure to be an unforgettable one.

While there are many beach towns along the Mayan Riviera, the Playa del Carmen is among one of the most renowned. This beach town is located just below the popular vacation destination of Cancun and offers some of the best beaches of this region. While visiting the city, try SCUBA diving in one of the senotes, mix and mingle with the locals and other vacationers along the laid back Avenida Quinta or just soak up the sun on one of the white sand beaches.

"Playa del Carmen"If you’re planning a trip, you’ll want to begin by preparing yourself. Brush up on some key Spanish phrases, grab your passport, transfer some funds to pesos and research what Mexico has to offer to decide what best suits your interests. The western city of Puerto Vallarta hugs the coast of the Pacific is a bustling city that boasts remarkable beaches and sites. The northeastern city of Playa del Carmen, which sits on the coast of the Caribbean Sea, also offers breathtaking beaches and sites, but in a more laid back atmosphere. The Maya Riviera spans along the eastern coast of Mexico and houses some of the country’s largest resort hotels. No matter what you’re interested in experiencing – exploring ancient relics, splashing about in crystal blue warm waters or experiencing a warm and lively culture, you’re sure to find it in Mexico.

Take a look around this site and discover some of the featured attractions and locations that the country of Mexico has to offer. Learn about swimming with the dolphins in Puerto Vallarta, check out some of the resorts located along the Maya Riviera and find out where some of the best places to enjoy a traditional Mexican dish are in Playa del Carman. Here, you’ll find what you want to know and more about Mexico.

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