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Cabo San Lucas

Los Cabos is among those privileged few places with great weather, and with around only 7 inches of rain each year. For the more active travelers, there is snorkeling, windsurfing, jet skis, and parasailing. A great activity that accommodates multiple levels of activity is deep sea fishing. Between December and March, there is also the…

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Guadalajara

Guadalajara is Mexico’s second biggest city, and in many respects can be considered the quintessential Mexican destination. This is the birthplace of mariachi music and tequila, but also one of the country’s industrial and business centers, sometimes referred to as Mexico’s Silicon Valley. Unlike many colonial cities that maintain their original town plan, in the…

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Playa Del Carmen

Playa del Carmen originates from an old fishermen’s’ village. Today Playa is a popular coastal resort town in Mexico with a population of more than 55,000. The town is located along the Mayan Riviera  and has all the advantages of a Mexican Caribbean resort – a dazzling, white-sand beach, turquoise sea, a huge range of…

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Cancun

  Cancún is a city in southeastern Mexico. Its location and tropical and humid weather attract holiday-makers from anywhere in world  at any time of year.  Cancún offers a little bit of everything – beautiful beaches and islands with gentle waves, white sand and turquoise crystal clear water, water sport activities and 365-day parties. The…