Mexico is a popular vacation destination for a reason. It has great weather, fabulous beaches, and food and fun for all the family. Choosing an all-inclusive Mexican vacation gives you the chance to lie back and enjoy all this. Here are some tips for where to go and how to choose a vacation package.
Where to go in Mexico?
Mexico has a wealth of vacation destinations, but the most popular for all inclusive packages are the Caribbean or Baja coasts.
If you want the sun, sea and sand of the Caribbean with a Mexican flavour, then Cozumel or Cancun vacations are perfect for you. There are some amazing diving and snorkelling opportunities combined with fun night-life and beautiful resorts. Baja coast Another great place for vacations in Mexico is the Baja coast on the west of the country. Choosing a Cabo all-inclusive trip will give you a more relaxed taste of Mexico, but you won't miss out on the great beaches and tempting food. Cruises Most cruises have a lot of Mexico trips in their itineraries and this can be a great way to sample the country from the safety and comfort of your ship. You may choose to combine your trip with other Caribbean destinations, or experience a whole week on the Baja coast.
There are a lot of all-inclusive packages and vacation specials available in Mexico whether you are a family, couple or group of friends. The important thing is that you can choose the one that suits you best. Couples Mexico is a romantic destination and perfect for a honeymoon. All-inclusive packages mean that you can kick back and relax after your wedding without having to worry about a thing. Sandals honeymoon packages are very popular and they even offer couples-only resorts. Families It can be difficult to please all the family, but a holiday in Mexico really does have something for everyone. Explore Mexico packages that have kids clubs, good pool complexes, or include water sports and other activities in the price. Package vacations an easy way to have a relaxing break and some true family time, while knowing that you won't have an extra-big bill at the end.