A Superb Tourist Spot Travel Options To Enjoying The Perfect Trip In Mazatlan

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Experience the real Mexico vacation with a trip to Mazatlan located on the Mexican Gold Coast that boasts of long beach stretches lined with palm trees. This place combines history and culture with adventure. A must-do is a visit to Old Mazatlan where the citys famous twin towered cathedral is located while nearby is the citys second oldest plaza, Plazuela Machado. The malecon (promenade) gives you a refreshing palm-lined oceanfront walkway that connects Old Mazatlan with the resort area known as zona dorada. There are countryside tours that include a visit to the villages of Concordia, Copala and Cosala on the Sierra Madre Mountains which has the finest hand-crafted furniture and ceramic and clay handicrafts. The known islands of Mazatlan, Isla de Chivos or Goat Island, Isla de Pajaros or Bird Island and Isla de Venados or Deer Island has fine sand beaches and should be included in your tour of Mazatlan. Mazatlan should be an important part of your Mexico vacation for that glimpse of Mexicos passion.

Best Beaches in Mexico

November to May is the most ideal time to go on a Mexico vacation and visit the alluring beaches of Mexico. On the Gulf Coast of Mexico, some of the really good isolated beaches can be found along Costa Esmeralda which is 5 hours drive from the city. Some of the most beautiful beaches in the Maya Riviera region on the Caribbean coast can be found at the gorgeous beaches of Cancun as well as the fishing village and beach resort of Puerto Morelos with sandy beaches and tropical waters plus the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Here in this area you can also find cool and casual Playa del Carmen and one of the prettiest beaches, Tulum which houses the scenic Mayan ruins overlooking the beach. There is a long stretch of marvelous beaches at the Baja Peninsula on the Pacific coast such as the Playa Cemeterio, Playa Santa Maria, Playa Costa Azul, Playa Canta Mar and Playa Solmar. Between Huatulco, Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco can be found the most popular fine sand beaches of Mexico with a choice of exclusive resorts to the smaller local ones. There are just so many choices of beautiful beaches in Mexico.

Scuba Diving in Mexico

There are a lot of diving options for diving professionals and amateur who want to explore the rich marine life of Mexico. You can opt to go diving in the Pacific Ocean on the west coast, on the Caribbean Sea side, the unique cenote or sinkhole cave or at the second largest reef in the world or the Great Maya Barrier Reef. Some of the more popular places to dive in Mexico are Cozumel, Cancun and Puerto Vallarta. The stunning coastline reefs as well as the renowned beautifully complex underwater panorama with cliffs, canyons and underwater flora makes Cozumel a popular dive spot. The shallow and multicolored reefs of Playa del Carmen or Chinchorro Banks leading to the Great Maya Barrier Reef are ever popular in Cancun. The nearby islands and bays and sea creatures like whale sharks, dolphins, sea turtles and tropical fishes make Puerto Vallarta a very interesting and famous dive spot. Other diving spots in Cabo San Lucas and La Paz is a visual display of the colorful marine world.

Enjoying the Attractions of Acapulco

Sunny Acapulco lures in vacationers with a long stretch of white sand beaches and its popular exciting nightlife. Those seeking some breathtaking adventure can try jumping off 130 feet into the surf at the La Quebrada Cliff Divers that is Acapulcos most popular attraction since the 1930s. The Magico Mundo Marino is a fun family water park with stunning outdoor and indoor marine life aquarium exhibits, swimming pools and slides and a glass bottom boat to take you to Isla La Roqueta for snorkeling. The 52-acre city park Parque Papagayo named after a luxury hotel has been packed with various attractions and activities for all ages such as a roller skating rink, go carts, bumper boats, a space shuttle Columbia replica and the famous life-sized Spanish galleon model. The Zocalo, located opposite the fishing harbor is the town center of Old Acapulco where you can relax under the shade of giant rubber and mango trees. You will never run out of a hundred and one things to do in Acapulco.