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Why should I choose Mexico for my vacation?
What are other travelers saying about their Mexico vacation?
In the fall of 2010, Funjet Vacations surveyed customers who recently traveled to Mexico*:
"It was great!! Sun, beach, good food. Spent one day shopping in Playa, always fun. Spent one day going to Coba and getting to meet a Mayan family as well as seeing and climbing the ruins. It was a fabulous vacation."
"The stress free shuttle to and from the airport was great. The friendly resort staff made the stay enjoyable. What is there to say about the beach—it was fantastic."
"Great experience at Playa del Carmen; you can enjoy many places like shopping on 5th Ave., amazing beaches all around and adventure parks like Aktun Chen, Xcaret, Xel Ha, etc. It is an experience nobody can miss."
"Resort was perfect! Amenities, views, employees were wonderful!"
"The destination was beautiful. The resort was great as well."
"I went to Isla Mujeres with my friend. We had a wonderful time snorkeling, swimming and eating at the restaurants there. Lovely place!"
*Results and quotes were generated from a Funjet Vacations survey fielded in Sept. 2010 among Funjet Vacations' customers who traveled to Mexico between April and Aug. 2010. There was no incentive offered for participating in the survey.
As the tenth place in the world in international tourist arrivals, Mexico offers its visitors the best in beaches. In 2009, 21.4 million international tourists seemed to agree as they visited Mexico to enjoy a little sun, while the expectations for 2010 predict that visitor numbers will reach the 22.6 million.
Crystalline waters and fine sand lead body and mind to a place of no routine or worry in Puerto Vallarta. Visitors will find the ultimate fusion of traditional Mexican culture with the finest of beachfront resort living. Main sun and beach attractions include Los Muertos Beach and Las Caletas, nestled in the nature preserve of Banderas Bay. Whale watching and other water adventures are popular here.
Golfers will find courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf, among the seven championship layouts in the area. Puerto Vallarta's climate makes golf a year-round option here. Meanwhile, art and music abound in the city, with live concerts, beachfront sculpture displays and other exhibitions and performances in the sun.
As the largest port on Mexico's Pacific coast, Mazatlan is known as "The Pearl of the Pacific." More than just a sun and beach destination, this cultural attraction is the best complement of more than six miles of beaches that are ideal for surfing and diving, as well as natural features and stupendous golf courses with ocean views to the Pacific. Two modern marinas in Mazatlan offer sport fishing on the Sea of Cortez, also known as "the world's natural aquarium."
Mazatlan combines its modern hotels in the Zona Dorada with its charming historic center and boardwalk, featuring open-top taxi rides. Located opposite the Zona Dorada and the Hotel Zone is the Three Islands, an attraction as well as a symbol of Mazatlan. These islands offer quiet soft sand beaches that can be reached by boat.
With the second largest coral reef in the world, Cozumel offers a land and sea experience unlike any other. Water sports such as sport fishing, kayaking, kite boarding and windsurfing are available, while scuba diving and snorkeling hold a special title here. The clear waters offer visibility of up to 200 feet.
The center of the island is mostly undeveloped jungle and lagoons with many endemic species of small animals and birds – perfect for exploring. The National Reef Marine Park and the Eco-Archeological Park are both perfect ways to spend a day. Chankanaab Lagoon offers a natural aquarium with more than 60 species of tropical fish, crustaceans and corals, and Chankanaab National Park showcases botanical garden featuring uncountable tropical plants. If clients are just looking for the tranquility of a beach, send them to Punta Sur Park.
Is it safe to vacation in Mexico?
Yes. In the first nine months of 2010, 4.6 million American travelers arrived in Mexico by air, a 15 percent increase in respect to the same period in 2009 and a 2.6 percent increase over 2008. More and more tourists are choosing Mexico because of the fun, unique and affordable vacation experience the destination provides. Choose a popular resort area, such as Cancun, Riviera Maya, Cozumel, Los Cabos or Puerto Vallarta/Riviera Nayarit.
Has violence occurred in the tourist areas of Mexico?
There have been reports of isolated incidences occurring in the cities of some of the resort areas in Mexico. No incidences have occurred on resort properties. These incidences have not been targeted at tourists and no tourists have been involved.
What does the U.S. Department of State Travel Warning say about vacationing in Mexico?
"Resort areas and tourist destinations in Mexico do not see the levels of drug-related violence and crime reported in the border region and in the areas along major drug trafficking routes."
The shortest distance between a border town and tourist destination is 389 miles - from Mazatlan to Chihuahua City. Perspective: St. Louis, MO to Chicago, IL is 315 miles. Cancun/Riviera Maya/Cozumel is 2,259 miles from border town Ciudad Juarez. Perspective: Las Vegas, NV to New York City, NY is 2,526 miles.
• Cozumel offers something for everyone
• Fantastic white-sand beaches, world’s best scuba diving, nightlife and jungle adventures
• Home to the world’s 2nd largest coral reef in the world with incredible water clarity
• You can easily get to Playa del Carmen on the mainland via a short ferry ride
• Visit the Chankanaab Beach Club for swimming with the dolphins, snorkeling and more
• Visit charming San Miguel with a laid-back environment that also has fun bars and restaurants
• Enjoy several options for jungle adventures with jeep tours and horseback riding
• Mexico’s most popular tourist destination
• One of the world’s finest resort areas
• Breathtaking white-sand beaches and turquoise waters
• Incredible nightlife with world-famous clubs and bars such as Coco Bongo
• Tons of shopping ranging from world-famous designers to local crafts
• Enjoy cultural activities available such as bullfighting
• Just a short ride from the Mayan ruins – one of the seven wonders of the world
• Variety of activities available including swimming with the dolphins, dinner cruises and more
• Stunning rugged desert landscape with sapphire waters and beautiful mountains
• Twin towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo both offer a uniquely Mexican experience
• Cabo San Lucas is renowned for its bustling nightlife restaurant scene
• Wander through charming and relaxed San Jose del Cabo for shopping, art galleries and old Mexican flavor
• If the ocean is too rough by your hotel, ask how to get to Medano Beach where the waters are calmer
• Check out a variety of tours including whale watching, dune buggies, regatta sailing and zip lines
• Take a cruise past the world-famous Land’s End Arch rock formation and view their native seal inhabitants
• Golf at over 8 championship courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman and Tom Weiskopf
• A new, exclusive area just south of Puerto Vallarta that’s becoming very popular for tourists
• Enjoy pristine, golden sand beaches and calm sapphire waters ideal for swimming
• Offers the best of both worlds since it’s just 15 minutes from Puerto Vallarta
• Over 20 excursions available ranging from zip lines to sunset sailing and city tours
• Enjoy several golf courses with stunning ocean views
• Incredible whale watching during the winter months of December through March
• A wide variety of sprawling, palatial resorts surrounded by lush greenery and natural beauty
• Limitless options for relaxation and adventure
• Surrounded by white-sand beaches, lush jungles and turquoise waters
• Home to Mayan Ruins including Chichen Itza and Tulum, one of the Seven Wonders of the World
• Head to the charming city of Playa del Carmen for shopping, dining and nightlife
• Visit a cenote, which is an underground cave connected by a freshwater river system
• Choose from a variety of water adventures ranging from reef diving to cavern and wreck diving
• The deep channel acts as a natural pipeline for game fishing including sailfish and marlin
• Explore the wonders of natural eco-parks like Xcaret or Xel-Ha for swimming, snorkeling or relaxing
��� Take a tour to Maroma Beach, rated one of the best beaches in the world
• This city oozes Mexican authenticity with charming cobblestone streets, cathedrals and more
• The perfect resort setting for those who want to be in the heart of the action
• Stunning backdrop on Banderas Bay surrounded by the breathtaking Sierra Madre mountains
• Take in all the culture the city has to offer with limitless festivals, restaurants, shops and art galleries
• Famous nightlife scene with a variety of options ranging from wine bars to discos
• Experience adventure with over 20 tours including deep sea fishing, city tours and eco-adventures
The distance from Cancun, Riviera Maya, Cozumel to cities with travel warning: