If you’ve recently become a Villagroup Villa Preferred Access member, or are considering becoming one, then you probably have some questions about the destinations in Mexico you can visit. You know all about the resorts; the services, the facilities, and the accommodation provided to you will all be world class, but do you know much about the places these resorts are situated in? If not, and you would like to, then you’ve landed in just the right place. This blog post can give you more information about the destinations in which the Villagroups’ resorts are found.
Villagroup Destinations in Mexico
Puerto Vallarta is the original Villagroup resort, and when you consider the outstanding charms of the city and the surrounding area it’s easy to see why this city was chosen to be the very first Villa Group destination in Mexico. The surrounding area is mountainous, covered in lush jungle and boasts some of the most stunning beaches and crystal clear waters in the area! You can go whale watching between November and March, but there’s plenty else to do in Puerto Vallarta. You could go paddle-boarding, diving, kayaking, snorkelling or even zip-lining if you like to be active. Alternatively you could take a tequila tour or go on an adventure aboard a pirate ship. The possibilities are endless! One of the best destinations in Mexico for adventurers and families.
Nuevo Vallarta is just half an hour or so from Puerto Vallarta and the nearest international airport which means it’s in a prime location for those who want to keep travel time to an absolute minimum. It’s also home to some of the very best hotels in the area, and is on the doorstep, so to speak, of Bucerias and some of the most iconic beaches in the area. This is a fairly quiet getaway for families and couples looking for a romantic retreat in the Mexican coast. The Villa Group also offers real estate opportunities in Nuevo Vallarta through their Villa La Estancia resort and program.
Cabo San Lucas
Those who are looking for a bit of luxury will love Cabo San Lucas where the wealthy and well-known can sometimes be spotted. Marine wildlife lovers, seafarers and foodies alike will love the Cabo San Lucas Marina where you can hire fishing boats, take day cruises, and find the very best gourmet restaurants in the city. From November to March you can see the whales that call these coasts home and El Arco, also called Lands’ End, is home to wonderful marine wildlife throughout the year which can be enjoyed from the shore, while diving, and even from a kayak! A great destination in Mexico for those who like the comforts of North American living.
Cancun is a mecca for party-goers, sun worshipers and adrenaline fans alike. One of the biggest tourist hotspots in the Americas, Cancun is an unbeatable destination in Mexico in no small part due to the diversity of activities, experiences, and attractions on offer. From the raucous fun of Coco Bongo to the quiet splendour of Mayan ruins, Cancun is a launch pad for every kind of adventure, and the fun is only enhanced by having a regular pad to return to. The Villagroup resort is located in an exclusive area aways from the hotel zone, giving you the best of both worlds. Tranquillity can be found without too much trouble too. A visit to Isla Mujeres, Cozumel or Holbox should be high on the list of any nature lover who lands on the shores of Cancun.
The Islands of Loreto
As one of the most naturally beautiful destinations in Mexico, the Islands of Loreto offers peace and tranquillity are always in stock here, and the stunning scenery on land is matched only by the beauty and vibrancy of the Sea of Cortez in which the islands sit. Sometimes called the Aquarium of the World, the Sea of Cortez is a hotspot for divers, snorkelers and marine biologists alike. Nevertheless those who prefer to stay on land will not be left without things to do. Here you can find some of the oldest and most unusual cave paintings in the world.