Define Preferred Destinations
The preferred destinations are an indication of the places you want to visit the most and, though the world is very big and lots of places are tempting, we feel that 20 is a pretty good bucket list!
As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico, Cancun attracts about four million visitors each year to its pristine white beaches, its top-notch resort and hotel scene and its crystal blue water. The city is home to hundreds of hotels that line the beaches in an area called the hotel zone, attracting all types of guests, from traveling business people to timeshare owners to families. The city is probably most famous for its Mayan ruins, which dot the landscape around this southern region of Mexico.
Puerto Vallarta/Riviera Nayarit
Two destinations united geographically that live as one. This region is one of the Mexico's most popular tourism corridors because of its great climate and incredible diversity. It's this boundless diversity that provides our visitors with such a range of unique experiences too many to describe that you have to live it.
Located on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit are neighboring destinations geographically divided by the Ameca River. Both share one airport: Puerto Vallarta lies just south of the International Airport in the state of Jalisco and the Riviera Nayarit is located in the state of Nayarit north of the airport. It is a privileged location, as we are fortunate to share a coastline with Banderas Bay, one of the largest and most beautiful bays in the world.
Los Cabos is a magic land full of contrast, from breathtaking seas, to desert and mountains. Also known as “Land’s End” for being located at the tip of the southern Baja California Península. Step into the extraordinary world of Los Cabos where the unparalleled natural beauty, biodiversity and range of amenities will appeal to any personality.
Los Cabos is comprised primarily of two towns, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas; which are linked by a 20-mile corridor lined with world-class resort properties and championship golf courses.
Beautiful Isla Cozumel is an immensely popular vacation and diving destination located in the Caribbean Sea off the Riviera Maya coastline in Mexico. The island is relatively small, only 10 miles wide and 30 miles long but packs a big punch with many high-end resorts and a wealth of diving opportunities for travelers. It boasts great beaches, nice people, and safe streets, with prices comparable to other Mexican tourist destinations.
Most visitors travel to Cozumel to explore the underwater gems. The main town and dive operations are on the west side of the island, which is the more touristy area. The east side is less developed with beautiful beaches, big waves and rocky outcrops over the ocean. If the waves are sufficient you can find a few small blowholes. Every few miles, you will also find a restaurant along the beach.
A place known for its resorts and white sand beaches, Punta Cana is the leisure lover's ultimate getaway. Located on the most eastern cape of the Dominican Republic, the region looks out over the azure seas of the Atlantic Ocean and dense mangrove forests where a multitude of birds and animals unique to the Caribbean live. But more than beach lounging and relaxing, Punta Cana is a playground for all levels of thrill seekers. From those who find nothing more exciting than a challenging game of golf to adrenaline junkies who′ll go from windsurfing to deepsea diving without blinking, opportunities abound. Many of the resorts on Punta Cana have all-inclusive packages offering adventure and relaxation all on the same bill. But travelers can just as easily enjoy the spoils of the soft sands and ocean views on their own. And when that become repetitive, travelers can head out of town where to find cigars, ancient petroglyphs, and culture that dates back to the arrival of Columbus.
La Romana is a city on the Domincan Republic's Caribbean coast with a population of about 130,000. It is the Dominican Republic’s youngest and wealthiest city and has a well-developed tourism infrastructure. It was founded in 1897 as an oil town and later turned to sugar production, but now its main industry is tourism, as its beautiful beaches and large collection of hotels and resorts attract travelers from around the world.
Many travelers come to La Romana to relax, and many hotels are located right on the ocean so they have their own beaches. But travelers looking to be more active have many options as well.
La Romana is home to the Teeth of the Dog golf course, the Caribbean’s highest-rated golf course. The city has other world-class golf courses that make La Romana a paradise for golf lovers. Diving is also a popular outdoor activity and La Romana has many dive sites where divers can explore colorful and exciting marine life like coral formations, dolphins, nurse sharks and manatees.