45 Ports Found

Veracruz, Mexico

Veracruz is a resort city on the Gulf of Mexico with a rich history and a relaxed pace. Slow down and enjoy all that life has to offer. The theme here is year-round carnival. Street music is constant, and what can one do but dance? Put on a festive outfit and join the celebration. Sample the many restaurants and feast on the various local specialties.

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Xcalak

Xcalak is a small fishing village located on the Caribbean Sea. This is an extremely popular location for divers and snorkelers because Xcalek serves as the gateway to Banco Chinchorro (the Chincorro Banks), reportedly the second largest coral reef in the world and home to rare black coral and numerous sunken ships. Renting a boat will also take you to San Pedro or up the river.

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Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa, Mexico

The lovely, unpretentious fishing village of "Zihuat" curves around a protected bay, lined with golden beaches. When you've had enough sunning and swimming, wander the market stalls laden with Mexican arts and crafts, try a delicious tuba drink in the nearby coconut plantations, or make a quick trip to the superb resorts of neighboring Ixtapa.

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Cancun, Mexico

Cancun is the gateway to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, the magic land of the Mayas. Tour the world-reowned archeological site of Chichen Itza. Bargain for handicrafts in the local marketplace before sunbathing on some of the Caribbean's best-loved beaches.

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Playa Blanca

Playa Blanca is a Pacific Ocean resort town featuring a number of isolated beaches and a lively nightlife! Try horseback riding along Playa Blanca's hilly landscapes or try scuba diving, deep sea fishing, kayaking, or sailing. Or head to nearby Manzanillo for a quiet day at the beach.

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