The Cities


A major seaport city located on the Pacific coast, Acapulco offers ideal views of the mountains and ocean and is known for its vibrant nightlife and authentic Mexican vibe. There is something to do 24 hours a day. During the day, there are a wide range of water activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving, or you can watch the cliff divers at La Quebrada. At night, bars, restaurants, nightclubs and a never-ending array of options are available for night owls.


Internationally renowned as a paradise getaway, the Riviera Maya is a 62 mile stretch of white sand beaches and turquoise blue waters on the Caribbean side of the Yucatan Peninsula. Located in the heart of the Mayan jungle, the Riviera Maya offers guests the best of both worlds--natural tropical beauty and rich, ancient history.


One of the most breathtakingly beautiful and exclusive destinations in Mexico, Los Cabos is a favorite of international travelers. Known for its exquisite gourmet cuisine, world-class golfing, boutique shopping, sport fishing, and yachting. Located at the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, it's a unique combination of unspoiled deserts, virgin beaches, crystal white sand dunes, and turquoise blue water with dramatic rock outcroppings.


One of the most important tourist destinations in the country, known as "The Pearl of the Pacific", Mazatlan has 12 miles of coastline, beautiful beaches, impressive cliffs, lush vegetation, magnificent sunsets, a splendid "malecon" (boardwalk) to take long walks on, a vibrant nightlife and numerous historical attractions.


Situated on Mexico's Pacific coast, Nuevo Vallarta is nestled along the Bahia de Banderas, one of the world's largest natural bays, and surrounded by the lush green jungle vegetation of the Sierra Madre mountain peaks. It's an area known for its natural beauty, wide beaches with fine white sand, and unique flora and fauna including humpback whales and sea turtles.


You and your family will be amazed by the beauty of Puerto Vallarta: mountains that slope down to the sea, lush jungles, long sandy beaches, crystalline rivers and waterfalls, cobblestone streets, and colonial buildings. The Sierra Madre Mountains provide a stunning backdrop to the town, and the natural jungle flora and fauna are ever present. The charming cobblestone streets of the old town of Puerto Vallarta are unparalleled for a beach location in Mexico.


Puerto Peņasco is located in the Northwest of the State of Sonora, about 100 km from the Arizona border. It combines incredible views of Sea of Cortez with the beauty of the desert. Its geological diversity attracts naturalists from all over the world to see the huge volcanic craters of the area at El Pinacate Biosphere Reserve in the Gran Desierto de Altar (desert).