San Jose del Cabo
In a paradise where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Full of history from the pre-Hispanic era represented by the “Pericúes”, the first explorations of Hernan Cortes, a place used by pirates as a shelter, its foundation in 1730 by the Mission of San Jose del Cabo “Anuiti” to its great tourist developments of high level.
You will find activities for everyone. Fishing, golf, diving, snorkeling, kayaking, horseback riding, luxury resorts and spas, in addition to multiple options to party and dance until dawn, you can also take a tour of the historic center where you will find art galleries and you can enter the gastronomic scene.
In Los Cabos you can do various activities such as the sighting of five different species of whales, swimming with the whale shark, surfing, diving in the second most important reef in Mexico, snorkeling, parasailing, windsurfing, kayaking, water skiing, sailboats, and stand -up paddle. You can also venture into the desert or have fun between two seas and fill yourself with adrenaline from above.
In Los Cabos you can do various activities such as the sighting ofIn Los Cabos, the golf courses are intertwined with the landscape of the dazzling coastline, which makes it the ideal setting to practice golf while enjoying a unique environment of mountains, desert, and ocean. Golf courses built by design legends like Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Greg Norman and Robert Trent Jones Jr. With 18 golf courses, Los Cabos continues to dominate the Latin American golf scene.
It has an ideal beach for all traveler profiles. Whether you’re looking for a day of surfing, snorkeling, stand-up paddle boarding, or just a romantic stroll along the seashore, you’ll always be spoiled for choice.
“El Arco” is the distinctive icon of Cabo San Lucas, it is a rock formation that rises from the sea at the tip of the Baja California Sur Peninsula, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Also known as the “End of the Earth” is one of the best destinations for sport fishing; marlin and swordfish are more abundant in this area than anywhere else in the world. Even the attractive waters of the region attracted Ernest Hemingway, the father of modern sport fishing, to prove that Los Cabos is the Eden of any fisherman.
If you want to be in a Riviera Nayarit Magical Town with streets full of color and enjoy the beach, this is your destination, a paradise for lovers of surfing, yoga, delicious cuisine, and adventure. Experience the most dazzling scenery from Cerro Del Mono or live an out of this world experience in a Yoga retreat.
Take a walk around town; the streets of Sayulita are all full of small art boutiques, mainly Huichol craft shops and markets. You will also find a great gastronomic offer, both local and international dishes.
One of the best beaches for beginners is Playa Sayulita. If you want to get away from Sayulita a little, another great option to practice some surfing is the small town of San Pancho. The waves in San Pancho are much more suitable if you want to do a bit of short board surfing and the town is less crowded than Sayulita.
If you just want to enjoy the beach and relax “Playa Sayulita” Known as the best beach in Sayulita, this is one of the best places in town to enjoy the sunny weather and the heat. Playa Sayulita has something for all types of travelers. From bars and restaurants on one side to total tranquility on the other. “La Playa de los Muertos” This beach is much less crowded than Playa Sayulita and you won’t find any bars or shops here. That is why it is recommended to bring enough food and water to get through the day without problems.
Located 1 kilometer from Playa Sayulita, the waters at Playa de Los Muertos are much calmer. “Marietas Islands” Marietas Islands. This set of small islands, located off the coast of Sayulita, are an oasis of biodiversity in terms of flora and fauna. Despite being relatively small, the Marietas Islands are home to around 100 species of birds. Not only this, but they are also home to a huge number of marine species that you can observe in a day of snorkeling.
One of the best beaches for beginners is Playa Sayulita. If you Whale and dolphin watching. Thanks to its geographical location, Sayulita is one of the best places for whale and dolphin watching during the migratory season. Humpback whales pass through Sayulita during the winter season (between December and April). On the other hand, dolphins can be seen throughout the year. Some of them even come close enough to shore that you can see them from the beach. Both are incredible experiences
Acapulco has long been one of the most requested destinations among Mexican and foreign tourists. Since it offers us cultural activities, historical buildings. Beaches with great beauty, from the most visited to the most remote and virgin. As well as endless adventure activities. If you leave aside its nightlife and variety of restaurants where we can find the rich gastronomic sample of the state of Guerrero.
Underestimated by many, because it is difficult to stand out when your main attraction is the beaches; however, “The Museum and Fort of San Diego” is a place that should be known. “The Mural of Diego Rivera” located in the house of Wind that was the last resting place of the Muralist.
La Isla Roqueta” is located in front of famous beaches and is a good place to snorkel, enjoy the beach and eat good fish. “Caleta and Caletilla”. These are beautiful and traditional beaches, which stand out for their calm waters and are in the Traditional Acapulco, surrounded by restaurants where you can taste freshly caught fish and shellfish.
“Puerto Masques Beach” If adventure is your thing, here you can practice sports such as water skiing, jet skiing, diving and of course, if you are brave enough, you can try the world’s largest zip line over the sea, Xtasea.
“In Pie de la Cuesta” you get the best sunsets. Here you can rent a hammock and watch the sunrise. This beach divides the Pacific Ocean with Laguna de la Coyuca. Playa Diamante” This beach preserves an extensive space of open sea and is considered one of the best beaches in Acapulco. If you love surfing and similar sports that require good waves to practice them, here you get it. “Bonfil Beach” less than 30 minutes by road you have a variety of entertainment, it is among the most visited in Acapulco for its incredible sunsets and its tranquility. The good news is that despite being so well known, it is not so visited.
“Laguna tres Palos” The Laguna de Tres Palos is known in the State of Guerrero for its large size, as it is even larger than the bay of Acapulco. Skis, wakeboarding, wake surfing, Jet Ski rental and riding the hilarious donut, are several of the activities that can be done in this place.