The diversity of Mexico will appeal to your sense of discovery. Explore the ancient culture of the Mayan, relax on pristine beaches, shop at a local shops or in…
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Rivers meander throughout the resort and are accessible right from some of the rooms!
Mexico has long been a popular travel destination -- approximately 44.8 million visitors are expected to visit in 2019, a 5.6 percent increase from 2018. Yes, many of those travelers are couples seeking a romantic beach getaway, but thanks to affordable flights and all-inclusive resorts, families are drawn here, too. With that in mind, we thought it was wise to put together a list of top Mexico hotels with one of the most coveted amenity for families: water parks.
A Mexican all-inclusive is a top vacation choice for honeymooners and college-age spring-breakers, but families with kiddos have lots to look forward to as well. With activity-packed kids’ clubs, water sports, and other child-approved amenities (picture a swimming pool with a pirate ship replica), the following all-inclusives -- all on #Mexico’s Caribbean side -- are designed to help little ones and parents bond (as well as keep kids entertained when adults need some alone time).
Overlooking the Sea of Cortez, Las Ventanas is a celeb-favorite for spa time and relaxation. Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort (San Jose del Cabo, Mexico) - Jetsetter
We're sharing all you need to know before visiting Hotel Xcaret Mexico in the Mayan Riviera. Here are the best things to do, see, and eat at Hotel Xcaret Mexico, an All-Fun Inclusive®️️ Resort.
Have you heard of Hotel Xcaret?Modern yet traditionally Mayan themed, this All Fun Inclusive resort includes access to 4 nature parks in the Riviera Maya and is the ideal spot for families, groups and anyone looking for adventure in an eco inspired setting on the white sand beaches of the Caribbean! Video Hotel Xcaret Mexico
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Los Ríos Subterráneos en Parque Xcaret forman parte de una red natural de canales que circulan bajo la Península de Yucatán.
Opt for an outside-the-box tour From the chill island community of Isla Mujeres to the Mayan ruins of Tulum and Chichen Itza, there's plenty to explore in the area around Cancun. Do a tour with Go Natural Explorers with the land and its culture. Take in a Shamanic blessing and explore secluded swimming holes. www.travel-journeys.com