Mexican Vacation

Mexican Vacation for Bard to consider

Bard below are several pictures of side by side resorts that are in the hotel zone. All the resorts sit on white sandy beaches with turquoise waters so clear that when standing in the water you can see your toes. There are also pictures of attractions and excursions that amplify the experience and reconfirm that this is paradise.

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One thing you will notice from the pictures is that the hotels sit between 2 bodies of water, the Caribbean Sea where the sun rises and warms the beach and the salt water lagoon where the sun sets on the other side. The all-inclusive provides non-motorized activities on the lagoon side where you can use canoes, paddle boats, windsurfer and use sail operated catamarans. On the beach side you can rent jet ski’s, go para-sailing and much more.


Below are pictures of just a few of the different activities and excursions that are available. For more tours and activities click the link http://www.viator.com/Cancun/d631-ttd

Chichen Itza is known for the Mayan Pyramids with its intricate story and Cenotes. Mayans were so skilled with their design that with the sun at different positions in the sky the wonders of the pyramids can truly be appreciated. Cenotes are natural turquoise pools of clear fresh water that fill up in the caves accenting the stalactites from the tops and stalagmites from the bottom. The sun shining on the water reflects light to areas of the cave that would otherwise be hard to see creating a picture perfect environment.

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Chichen Itza
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Chichen Itza
Chichen-Itza
Chichen Itza

The ruins at Tulum also offers significance to the culture and the transition of beliefs through time but still holds many captivating mysteries. Its sits under the glow of the sun and on the edge of cliffs overlooking the tranquility of the Caribbean Sea. This area also has many more Cenotes and other attractions to see including the town that seems to have stood still in time.

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The Jungle Tour is a wonderful experience that gets your adrenaline pumping by you driving a speedboat through the jungle going from emerald to sea-green to turquoise shimmering waters. You’ll see mangroves to either side with rare birds sitting in plain view that can only found in the tropics and large iguana sun bathing on rocks. Once through the jungle and into the open sea you get to speed even faster while jumping over waves until you get to the coral reef for the snorkeling portion of the trip. The collection of fishes you will see here are remarkable. The different schools of fishes swim along side of you as if you are one of them and welcome you into there oasis. The colors and sizes of the fishes will astound you. Also, the colors and sizes of the coral and the sea anemones will leave you breathless. You now drive the speedboat back with a sense of amazement that can not be described.

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Jungle Tour
Jungle Tour
Jungle Tour
Jungle Tour
Jungle Tour

 Bard I hope this helps! If you follow the links it will give you more information about the excursions. It is really reasonable for a week long 8 day 7 night vacation. Searching on sites like Travelocity for All-Inclusive Vacation Packages for 2 people typically ranges between $1800-$2200 during non-peak travel times of the year and $2200-$2600 during peak travel times of the year. Keep in mind that these prices are totals for 2 adults which include round-trip airfare, and hotel accommodations that include all the food, drink (juices, sodas, alcohol), and entertainment along with other amenities it offers.

If only one person it would be even cheaper and for more individuals it would only be slightly higher.

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