Playa del Carmen sits on the east coast of Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula. It is located in the centre of a stretch of Caribbean beach known as the Mayan Riviera, which runs from Cancun in the north to Tulum in the south. Playa, as it is known locally, has height restrictions on buildings, so there are no large hotels like you find in bustling Cancun.
If a sunny and tropical vacation is in your future, you may want to consider Acapulco, Mexico. Even the “coldest” month of January sees highs in the low 80s and the low temperature rarely falls below 65. No matter what kind of activities you would like to add to your agenda, they are most likely available in Acapulco.
Cancun is a delightfully diverse destination. The beautiful white coral sand beaches, the shopping, the activities and of course, the people and culture, all contribute to making it a wonderful getaway. Whether you are looking for nightlife, shopping, fun in the sun or just a place to unwind, Cancun has something to please you.
Puerto Vallarta is a safe, sunny escape on Banderas Bay on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. The colonial town, bordered by the Sierra Madre, charms with its attractions. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, is a desirable getaway with its average of 340 days of sunshine a year and breathtaking views of the surrounding Sierra Madre and Banderas Bay, Mexico’s largest deep-water bay, which is set on the Pacific Coast.