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A family vacation in Mexico is a chance to trek through jungles to explore ancient Aztec or Mayan ruins, watch whales migrate through crystal blue waters and then finish the day with a plate of tasty enchiladas. There’s no shortage of family fun to be had in Mexico, no matter what your family’s interests. From the fantastic beaches of Mexican Riviera to the hustle and bustle of Cabo San Lucas, the possibilities for fun Mexico family travel are endless. With a wide array of Mexico family resorts, FamilyGetaway.com will help you make your travel dreams come true. Choose from comfortable and stylish accommodations that will leave you with memories of your Mexico family vacation to that last a lifetime.
For families from around the globe, Mexico’s beaches are a sought-after destination for family vacations. The warm sub-tropical climate, beautiful beaches and world-class resorts that characterize Mexico’s coasts make family beach vacations here possible all year round. Mexico also offers a wealth of options for all-inclusive family vacations. These family-friendly resorts provide for your family’s every need, allowing you to relax and fully enjoy your time together.
The western coast along the Pacific Ocean is home to such favorite destinations for Mexico vacations as Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta. These destinations in Baja California and the Mexican Riviera are popular for family beach vacations, enjoying water sports, and relaxing at resorts that cater especially to families.
Jutting into the Gulf of Mexico, the Yucatan Peninsula on the eastern coast of Mexico boasts pristine waters and white sand beaches. In this region you’ll find family vacation spots like Cancun and Cozumel. This region of Mexico is ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving, as it provides clear views of stunning underwater landscapes. In vacations to a Yucatan destination, your family will be able to explore Mayan ruins and get a taste of Mexico’s rich history in addition to time spent enjoying the surf and sand.
CancunLike sequins on a dress of powder-fine sand, the Riviera Maya’s resorts dot 80 coast-skimming miles of the Yucatán Peninsula, topped by the showiest sparkler of all — Cancún, glittering brazenly on a flat limestone slab that divides the Gulf of Mexico and the turquoise-blue Caribbean Sea. The draw has always been the region’s natural assets—that sky, those waves—but don’t mistake this 40-year-old for a city with no heritage. Remnants of Mayan civilizations endure, as does the tranquillity of the Riviera Maya’s fishing villages, thanks to restrained development policies. The result: a rare, near perfect balance of comfort and traditional simplicity, at least for now. Read more from the editors at Travel+Leisure. (Read more)
Colonial MexicoMexico’s Colonial Silver Cities are home to some of the best-preserved architecture from the time period and some of the best places to find beautiful works of authentic Mexican art to view and purchase. There are also a number of lesser-known but significant historical sites in the area, from Diego Rivera’s birthplace and the museum of Don Quixote in Guanajuato to the Government Palace and the state art cooperative in Queretaro. In all of the Silver Cities, but in Guanajuato (a UNESCO World Heritage City) in particular, you’ll be amazed at how the rich tapestry of modern Mexican life has woven its way in and through the magnificent remnants of the former wealth of the Spanish silver industry. This area benefited from the monumental wealth of the jewel and precious metal trades, resulting in towering colonial establishments with ornate European architecture. Visitors can even tour some of the mining sites, such as the Mina Ojuela. Also left behind in the wake of the silver industry are a number of ghost towns, like Pozos and Real de Catorce, which have a unique atmosphere all their own, and other areas dedicated to supporting the mining industry in different ways – Leon, for instance, is the best place in Central Mexico to go for traditional leather works, a link to the town’s past role as the center of the ranching region that supplied the Silver Cities with their meat. Read more from the Colonial Mexico Travel Guide. (Read more)
Cabo San LucasBaja California, or “Mexicali”, is easily accessible by car from Southern California. Hop over the border for a day trip, or journey all the way south – or something in between! However far you choose to travel, you’ll encounter a completely unique cultural blend that you won’t find anywhere else. Even among Los Cabos there’s quite a range of atmospheres, from the nightlife and resorts of Cabo San Lucas to the more laidback and old-time feel of San Jose del Cabo. The Estero (estuary) del Cabo has the same beautiful beaches of the area, and is also a great birdwatching location. In addition to the region’s cities that are renowned party destinations, a number of them are becoming known for other things as well. Head to the Guadalupe Valley to try some delicious red wines in Mexicali wine country. Visit the El Palmerito petroglyph site to see artwork that is millennia-old. Or just spend all your time outside! Across the whole peninsula, many of Baja’s most exciting attractions are its outdoor adventures. The surfing, boating, fishing, camping, and backpacking are all fantastic. Finish off a day of adventure of any sort with a tasting of agave tequilas - a local specialty. Read more from the Cabo San Lucas Travel Guide. (Read more)