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In Central America visit some of the finest, world class resorts in Mexico. Our favorite destinations include such internationally hot destinations as Cancun, Cozumel, Puerta Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas. Take a trip through the rain forest of Costa Rica and enjoy one of the finest destinations in the world for outdoor adventures.
Belize is home to second largest barrier reef in the world (the largest is near Australia). This unique geography provides world class watersport and outdoor adventure opportunities for visitors to this small Central American country. Known for its great diving, Jacques Cousteau called the Great Blue Hole one of the “top 10 diving sites in the world”.
Cabo San Lucas or simply "Cabo" (or Los Cabos) is rated as one of Mexico's top five tourist destinations and consistently attracts tourists seeking high end destinations and luxury accommodations. Sometimes referred to as the "Ft. Lauderdale of Mexico", it attracts thousands to its spa resorts, its beaches for sunbathing and its waters for sport fishing and wide variety of watersport activities.
Cancun, with its golden beaches and perfect climate, is the premiere coastal destination in Mexico and is the number one destination for travel from the United States to the Caribbean. Although Cancun has been known to cater to the spring break crowd, resorts cater very well to families and to those seeking solitude. Located on the northeast corner of the Yucatan Peninsula, it is part of the ancient Mayan civilization and is still considered the gateway to the Mayan World.
Costa Rica is one of the most unique countries in the Caribbean. Its location as part of the Pacific Ring of Fire makes it like no other country and clearly defines its recreational opportunities. There is more variety for the vacationer than any other single destination in the Caribbean. For the curiosity seeker, we recommend exploring the Spheres, a mysterious grouping of elaborate stone spheres whose creation occurred over 1,000 years ago and whose meaning remains a mystery to this day.
The first visitors to Cozumel were religious pilgrimages for women came to pay homage to the fertility goddess, Ixchel. The Mayan influence dates back to 300 AD and remains strong to this day and is today one of the most important tourist destinations in Mexico. Many travel here to dive, snorkel and enjoy long days of endless sunshine.
Loreto, is one of the oldest settlements in the Baja California peninsula. Here you'll enjoy unsurpassable natural surroundings including beautiful beaches on the Sea of Cortez, breathtaking cliffs with impressive rock formations and caves with prehistoric paintings. There are many nooks and stretches of sand to explore along the beautiful bays, where those with a taste for extreme sports can choose between kayaking, snorkeling, sailing, diving, surfing, mountain biking or rappelling. Loreto also offers sport fishing where mahi mahi, wahoo and tuna abound in local waters. If you're looking for a more exclusive experience in Lareto, you can play golf to your heart's content Those on a winter getaway won’t want to miss the chance to take a whale watching tour where grey whales can be sighted just 90 minutes off the coast of Loreto.
Puerto Vallarta truly is a world class tourist destination. It is quaint and full of history, yet modern, vibrant and exotic. It has won numerous travel awards including; the "World's Friendliest City” by Conde Nast in 2001, "Best Place to Retire in the World" by the American Association of Retired Persons and "Best Holiday Destination in Mexico" by USNews.com in 2010, “Most Romantic Place in Mexico” and "Favorite Beach Destination in Mexico" by About.com in 2012, and “Best Destination for Conventions" in a convention marketing magazine and "Top 10 Destinations in Mexico," on TripAdvisor.com in 2013.