Top 5 Destinations in Mexico for All-Inclusive Vacations

Mexico is one of top destinations in the world for an all-inclusive tropical vacation and receives millions of visitors per year. People are drawn to Mexico for its tropical beaches, near perfect weather, delicious cuisine, ancient Mayan ruins, relative affordability and close proximity to the US. To top it off, Mexico has an impressive selection of picture perfect all-inclusive resorts making this destination ideal for anyone who is searching for an easy tropical getaway.

So where exactly should you go in Mexico to find your dream all-inclusive vacation? In no particular order, here are the top 5 destinations in Mexico for an all-inclusive vacation:

The Riviera Maya is a vast stretch of land that lies just south of Cancun and is widely known for its spectacular white sand beaches, warm turquoise waters, luxurious all-inclusive resorts, the Mayan ruins, and the colorful town of Playa del Carmen. It is located in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo on the eastern side of the Yucatán Peninsula and stretches for about 100 miles along the Caribbean coastline.

Los Cabos is located at the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, in the state of Baja California Sur. This 20 mile coastal area is made up of the mission town of San Jose del Cabo to the north, Cabo San Lucas to the south and the resort area that lies in between the two towns. Los Cabos is currently Mexico’s fastest growing resort destination with more than two million visitors every year and is filled with charming art shops, small restaurants, and nightclubs. This area has a wide variety of all-inclusive resorts as well as some of Latin America’s best golf courses.

Cancun is a vibrant city located on the Caribbean Sea in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is situated in southeastern Mexico on the northeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsula and is one of Mexico's easternmost points. Cancun is Mexico’s most popular beach destination, and while many of the 4.8 million people that visit this area yearly are looking for a phenomenal party scene, there is plenty available for those travelers who are looking for peace and relaxation.

The seaside resort town of Puerto Vallarta is located on Mexico’s glamorous Pacific Riviera in the State of Jalisco. This popular vacation destination is situated between the Sierra Madre Mountains and Banderas Bay and is known for its old-world Mexican charm, its beaches, water sports, and nightlife. The popular resort region of Riviera Nayarit lies just to the North of Puerto Vallarta.

Cozumel is a charming island located in the Mexican Caribbean only 12 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Although it is the largest and most populated island in Mexico, it is relatively small at just 29 miles long and 12 miles wide. Cozumel is best known throughout the world as a premier diving and snorkeling destination. It has the second largest reef in the world and there are at least 100 dives sites within 3 miles of the island.

So now that you have learned about the top 5 destinations in Mexico for an all-inclusive vacation, I’d love to hear from you. What is your favorite all-inclusive vacation destination in Mexico?

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Featured Destination – Riviera Maya, Mexico

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A true vacationer’s paradise, Riviera Maya, Mexico, consists of a 75-mile stretch of tropical oasis that runs along the Yucatan Peninsula. Bordered by the powdery beaches and gentle waves of the Caribbean Sea, the region includes the major tourist destination of Cancun, along with Playa del Carmen, Puerto Morelos and the Mayan oceanfront archeological site, Tulum.

Among the many attractions and sights in Riviera Maya, Xcaret and Xel-Ha are ecological parks open to the public featuring restored Mayan archeological sites, wildlife exhibits, grottos, natural aquariums and theme parks. Rio Secreto is an underground labyrinth of passageways formed by ancient geological formations and one of the most-visited natural marvels in the region. There are a wide variety of bars, restaurants and shops along La Quinta Avenida in Playa del Carmen. Underwater adventures begin with snorkeling and diving around the Great Maya Reef, the largest coral reef in the Northern Hemisphere. For rest and relaxation, Riviera Maya has a plethora of state-of-the-art spas that will help to replenish and rejuvenate the body while on vacation.

From authentic Mexican restaurants to international fusion and fresh seafood spots right on the water, Riviera Maya’s culinary scene combines local flavor with the many luxury resort dining options. Carboncitos is a Mexican joint in Playa del Carmen that may be geared toward tourists, but definitely doesn’t skimp on flavor and authenticity. For fresh and local seafood, Peskayitos in Puerto Morelos is known for its shrimp tacos and ceviche. La Mediterranean serves homemade pastas along with a variety of classic Italian dishes.

Cancun International Airport (CUN) is the region’s largest and most widely used airport for both domestic and international travel. Most major cities, including Cancun and Playa del Carmen, have car rental agencies, as it’s the best way to get around if traveling on your own and you’re not staying at a resort. Taxis are also available, though they should be pre-arranged by the hotel or resort.

With a semi-tropical climate, there is no bad time to visit Riviera Maya. The yearly average temperature is a beautiful 78° F (25.5° C), though it can easily rise to a steamy 98° F (36.6° C) in the summer months. The most abundant rainfall occurs during the months of April and May, as well as September through January, when tropical storms and hurricanes are known to blow through.

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