THE FLAVORS OF MEXICO!

June 1, 2018

At Destination Mexico we are always looking for new ways to bring this wonderful destination into the thinking of our clients for future programs. In the next few Newsletters we are including a short blog on the different ‘Flavors and Cuisine’ of our destinations. We hope these blogs will help stimulate not only your enthusiasm for Mexico as a destination for your groups, but your palates also!

Puerto Vallarta is an enchanting town with an abundance of natural beauty that surrounds it.

The most identifiable landmark in Cabo San Lucas is the Arch or El Arco, which has become iconic for the state of Baja California Sur. The Arch sits at the very point of the Land´s end where there is a beach called Lover’s Beach or Playa del Amor and some say it is so-named because it is where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez and that the two oceans meet to ‘kiss’ each other and then part ways again. The Arch, where these two waters meet, is the result that nature carved after a combination of water battering the rocks for years, plus the heat of the blazing sun and strong winds.

Getting to Cancun has never been easier with several non-stop flights from American cities being offered just in time for the summer travel season. The non-stop seasonal routes will continue until August 4th, 2018.

Several airlines, including Aeromexico, Delta, American Airlines and United, are offering a direct service between Memphis and Cancun with flights departing Memphis International at 8:30 a.m. on Saturdays.

Diving in the Riviera Nayarit is one of the top attractions for travelers looking for more than fun in the sun during their vacations. If anyone has ever dreamed of diving with whales, dolphins, or turtles, this is your chance!

The floor of our more than 300 km (186 mi) of coastline stretching from Nuevo Vallarta to Playa Novilleros is rich for adventurous divers who can easily peer through their visors at everything from schools of colorful fish, giant turtles, mantas, rays, and other marine species thanks to the crystalline quality of the water.

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