Where desert meets ocean on the Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos comprises two distinct communities - San José del Cabo, with its slow pace and traditional allure, and Cabo San Lucas, bustling with shops, restaurants, a lively nightlife, and the famous El Arco rock arch. Choose the location that suits your style and get away to one of Mexico's favorite destinations.
An authentic Mexican town as well as a world-class resort destination. Visitors to Puerto Vallarta will enjoy a wider range of experiences than the typical vacation destination offers. It's got all the requisites for that much-anticipated trip down south - weather as good as it gets, gorgeous scenery, 62 miles of pristine beaches, more than a thousand restaurants, and every imaginable activity to engage in - even flying through the tree canopy.
Slow down life's pace on one of Riviera Nayarit's long, expansive, and less-populated beaches. Visitors to this tropical area will delight in lush flora and flourishing beaches and thrill to water sports and exciting land activities. Ocean breezes, fine dining and nightly entertainment await you. Visit this picturesque retreat, just minutes from the heart of Puerto Vallarta.
Set on a beautiful Pacific cove, the incomparable city of Mazatlán beckons visitors from around the world. Here, fantastic seafood, bustling market places, and miles of sandy beaches unite to create a vacation paradise. Colonial Mazatlán was the cradle of culture on Mexico's Pacific Coast. The region has maintained the rich and colorful charm of a bygone era and showcases some of the most spectacular sunsets to be seen anywhere. After dark, Mazatlán still shines with a variety of nightlife that appeals to all. The perfect union of earth, sea and sky awaits you in this Mexican paradise, where pleasure and relaxation are a way of life.
If you like an active vacation, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo is the Mexican destination for you. There are two championship golf courses in Ixtapa, and nearly all hotels boast tennis courts and swimming pools. Year-round sportfishing often yields spectacular results, with marlin, sailfish, yellowfin tuna and dorado among the many species anglers are likely to catch. Divers and snorkelers can choose from more than 30 incredible dive-site excursions. Or take a leisurely horseback ride along the beaches and through the surrounding jungle and plantations. Come visit Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, an exciting and memorable tropical resort destination.
The locals refer to Loreto as the place "where the mountains come to swim." With the Sierra de la Giganta Mountains, the desert and the Sea of Cortes all coming together, Loreto is a special place. People come to Loreto to explore its rich historical legacy, as well as some of Baja's best sportfishing, hiking, whale-watching and seakayaking along the beautiful coastline, and to get away from the hustle and bustle of a big resort town. Come see what Jacques Cousteau proclaimed "the world's aquarium". The downtown area, with its cobblestone streets and Colonial architecture, has changed little over the years.
Manzanillo/Costa Alegre features awesome sunsets and pristine, jungle fringed beaches. Also known as the "Sailfish Capital", it hosts two major fishing tournaments a year, drawing anglers from around the world. Scuba dive or snorkel in Manzanillo's unspoiled reefs or play golf at Las Hadas, ranked by Golf Digest as one of the "World's 100 Best Courses". Visit the lush and tropical Costa Alegre, or "Happy Coast", stretching 37 miles north of Manzanillo. This dramatic coastline boasts numerous luxury hotels and resorts, quaint villages and celebrity mansions. With so much to see, you're sure to enjoy this unique vacation spot.