Mazatlan is one of Mexico’s affluent cities. With a low population composed of warm and friendly people and with attributes combining culture, history, and scenic attractions, Mazatlan is nicknamed Pearl of the Pacific for all the right reasons.
Found in the Colima state or Mexico is Manzanillo, one of the nation’s sought-after destinations. While the city is best-known for its commercial and trade department, Manzanillo has made a way to be included in Mexico’s important touristic spots.
Being a famous tourist spot blessed Puerto Vallarta with excellent accommodations and delightful dining scene. Once a timid fishing village, Puerto Vallarta now ranks close to Acapulco, and it is proud to have numerous activities and breath-taking attractions for the visitors to enjoy.
With the stunning Acapulco Bay on its west and the jagged Sierra Madre on its east, there is nothing like the Acapulco when it comes to attractions and sight-seeing. Acapulco has long been a famed tourist destination, an in-demand honeymoon location and highly-sought by party people.
Chichen Itza is one of the most visited destinations in Mexico. In 1988, it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most tourists to Chichen Itza come here on a day trip, most of them coming from Cancum.
Los Cabos is a Mexican word that means capes. Los Cabos thus consists of cape regions namely Cabo San Lucas, the Tourist Corridor, East Cape, and the San José del Cabo. Los Cabos is popular for being a destination with excellent tourism facilities.