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Finally Some Good News on Travel in Mexico

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Mexico

 

During vacation periods, on weekends, or at any time of the year, Mexico offers a wide array of destinations with sun, sand and sea.

These places will satisfy the tastes and needs of diverse travelers looking for luxury, exclusivity, fun, or a close encounter with nature.

Mexico is surrounded by four seas and has about 450 beaches where you can enjoy diverse marine landscapes while surfing on big waves, sailing on calm waters or relaxing under the shade of a palapa. The climate, vegetation and scenery at these coastal destinations vary in each region, allowing visitors to have unique experiences and distinct itineraries, whether you’re on vacation, a honeymoon, or visiting on business. Along the extensive coasts you’ll find modern tourist resorts providing comfort, quality services, top-notch hotels, spas and haciendas, with the warmth and hospitality characteristic of Mexico.


Regardless of what the US media says, Mexico has long been a favorite vacation destination and tops the list in countries to consider for living, investing and retirement outside of the U.S. & Canada.
 
Mexico will continue to be a favorite vacation destination and will keep at the top as a place to consider for living, investing and retirement outside of the U.S. & Canada for many years to come.

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Comments(2)

Epcon Communities Epcon Columbia
Epcon Columbia, SC - Columbia, SC

I think the history of Mexico is so rich and interesting.   The stepped pyramids at all the Mayan and Aztec ruins really make you think about what was going on at opposite sides of the Atlantic!

Oct 18, 2009 03:20 AM
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Epcon Columbia, SC - Columbia, SC

I neglected to mention, not just in the Yucatan, either; many of the best ruins and buildings are in inland Mexico and thier are many other interesting native cultures that created magnificant pre-Coloumbian structures

Oct 18, 2009 03:21 AM