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Saturday, November 14, 2015

Best Beaches In Mexico|Things to do in Maxico- Weird Yet Wonderful

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Best Beaches In Mexico|Things to do in Maxico- Weird Yet Wonderful

Best Beaches In Mexico
Best Beaches In Mexico.Many who travel to Mexico(Totally Different then the Egypt) go there to chill out on the beach, and there are certainly plenty of beaches worth your time – the country(Maxico) has thousands of miles of coastline and over 450 beaches.Of course, if you’re going to fly halfway around the world it makes sense to do some research first to work out where to stay. Mexico Holidays 2014 packages are a great way to explore Mexico’s most beautiful beaches and other attractions. Choose Cancun, for example, and you can enjoy beaches, nightlife and history. Cancun-Cancun is perhaps the most famous resort in Mexico, and for good reason. Its beautiful white sands stretch for 14 miles and there’s no shortage of hotels, restaurants and bars. The resort is also great for those who are interested in the history of Mexico as it is easy to visit various Mayan sites from Cancun. Mazatlán Lonely Planet’s Best Beaches in Mexico list features Mazatlán, clearly a ringing endorsement considering the competition! The town boasts numerous individually-named sections in the nearly 13 miles long stretch of sand. Surfers flock to Mazatlán for the waves and comfortable water temperatures.Which beach is best for your depends on whether you want a quiet, relaxing day, or are happiest if there’s a bit of a party going on! Some, like Playa Las Gaviotas, are more party beaches, while Playa Derritos and Playa Sabalos are more chilled out. If you want to try to escape the crowds, consider heading to the beach on one of the nearby islands instead. Tulum-Tulum is less of a bargain than it used to be, but still worth considering when deciding where to go. The town is smaller than most so if having lots of facilities nearby is important to you, it may not be the best choice. It does, however, boast some extremely well-preserved Mayan ruins in easy reach of the beach.Cozumel-Cozumel is actually an island and is a frequent stopping point for cruise ships, making it rather busy. If you can put up with hordes of other tourists it’s well worth a visit. Cozumel is also very popular with divers as there are reefs nearby with plenty of fish and sea life to look at. If you don’t dive, you can still see the marine life by taking a trip on a glass-bottomed boat.