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Cancun/Riviera Maya/Playa del Carmen/Cozumel Playa del Carmen is an attraction in itself but also provides ferry service to Cozumel's world famous reefs for scuba diving. It did not take long for visitors to realize that some of the best beaches and vibes in Mexico were to be found in Playa.  While passing through, many people realized that it was a nice place to relax away from the crowds of Cancún but with better quality beaches and turquoise waters.  Playa del Carmen also provides a large Wal-mart for inexpensive shopping for those staying in the area.  Xcaret Park is a theme park devoted to ecotourism.  It is about 4 miles south of Playa del Carmen and occupies about 200 acres.  The nature-based attractions of the park include a river that goes through the Mayan village and an underground river in which people can swim and snorkel with a life vest. Near the outlet of the river there are snorkeling, Sea Trek, SNUBA or just swimming in the nearby reefs.  Swimming with dolphins is also available. The park also has a coral reef aquarium turtle nesting site.  The park also has a bird pavilion, butterfly pavilion, bat cave, orchids and bromeliad greenhouse, an island of jaguars, and a deer shelter. Nuevo Vallarta/Puerto Vallarta With its beautiful beaches and mountainous bachdrop, Puerto Vallarta offer many opportunities for the adventurous, while fun shopping and gourmet restaurants satisfy more relaxed travelers.  Stretching from the south end of Old Town to central downtown, a newly extended and refurbished boardwalk along the ocean, called the Malecon, passes by any number of shops, restaurants, and hotels, and often plays host to mimes, dancers, clowns and artists as well as wonderful sculpture.  The Wal-Mart on the north side of town serves as a convenient bus terminal if you choose to use busses rather than a taxi.  Bucerias is about 6 miles northwest of Nuevo Vallarta and easily reached by either bus or taxi.  It is a destination for those who don't want the hustle and bustle of Puerto Vallarta, but want the amenities of a small resort town that retains much of its old character.  Beachfront dining, nightlife, art galleries, tours and shopping are just some of the activities a visitor can enjoy. The Sierras Cuale Mountains, with their wonderful jungles, rise behind Puerto Vallarta’s narrow coastal plain.  Reservations for a number of nature tours or environmental awareness tours are all available at the concierge desks and jungle zip-lining is an exciting way to spend an afternoon.    
Playa del Carmen, gateway to Cozumel
The reef life of Cozumel
Puerto Vallarta’s famous Malecon
Feeding the turtles in Xcaret
Cafe on the beach in Bucerias
Zip-lining across steep valleys
Grand Luxxe rentals in Mexico  
Off-site Activities Home Locations Features Galleries Availability and Prices Contact Us
Luxxe Rentals Grand Luxxe Units available in Mexico
Cancun/Riviera Maya/Playa del Carmen/Cozumel Playa del Carmen is an attraction in itself but also provides ferry service to Cozumel's world famous reefs for scuba diving. It did not take long for visitors to realize that some of the best beaches and vibes in Mexico were to be found in Playa.  While passing through, many people realized that it was a nice place to relax away from the crowds of Cancún but with better quality beaches and turquoise waters.  Playa del Carmen also provides a large Wal- mart for inexpensive shopping for those staying in the area.  Xcaret Park is a theme park devoted to ecotourism.  It is about 4 miles south of Playa del Carmen and occupies about 200 acres.  The nature-based attractions of the park include a river that goes through the Mayan village and an underground river in which people can swim and snorkel with a life vest. Near the outlet of the river there are snorkeling, Sea Trek, SNUBA or just swimming in the nearby reefs.  Swimming with dolphins is also available. The park also has a coral reef aquarium turtle nesting site.  The park also has a bird pavilion, butterfly pavilion, bat cave, orchids and bromeliad greenhouse, an island of jaguars, and a deer shelter. Nuevo Vallarta/Puerto Vallarta With its beautiful beaches and mountainous bachdrop, Puerto Vallarta offer many opportunities for the adventurous, while fun shopping and gourmet restaurants satisfy more relaxed travelers.  Stretching from the south end of Old Town to central downtown, a newly extended and refurbished boardwalk along the ocean, called the Malecon, passes by any number of shops, restaurants, and hotels, and often plays host to mimes, dancers, clowns and artists as well as wonderful sculpture.  The Wal-Mart on the north side of town serves as a convenient bus terminal if you choose to use busses rather than a taxi.  Bucerias is about 6 miles northwest of Nuevo Vallarta and easily reached by either bus or taxi.  It is a destination for those who don't want the hustle and bustle of Puerto Vallarta, but want the amenities of a small resort town that retains much of its old character.  Beachfront dining, nightlife, art galleries, tours and shopping are just some of the activities a visitor can enjoy. The Sierras Cuale Mountains,  with their wonderful jungles, rise behind Puerto Vallarta’s narrow coastal plain.  Reservations for a number of nature tours or environmental awareness tours are all available at the concierge desks and jungle zip-lining is an exciting way to spend an afternoon.    
Playa del Carmen, gateway to Cozumel
Puerto Vallarta’s famous Malecon
Feeding the turtles in Xcaret
Cafe on the beach in Bucerias
Zip-lining across steep valleys