- Destinations: 4
- Villas: 270
- Private Islands: 0
South of the Border
Whether you’re looking for a peaceful romantic getaway or some family fun in the sun, you can find just what you’re looking for south of the border. Captivating, cosmopolitan, and complex, Mexico offers an incredible abundance of experiences. Explore Mayan ruins, swim with dolphins, take a horseback ride along a golden-sand beach, or glide from treetop to treetop on an exhilarating rainforest canopy tour.
Los Cabos: Los Cabos encompasses the area between Cabo San Lucas, a vibrant town known for its nightlife, and San José del Cabo, its quainter, more subdued colonial-style counterpart. Along the 20-mile corridor connecting the two towns, you'll find beautiful white-sand beaches, championship golf courses, and some of the world's very best fishing.
Puerto Vallarta: With magnificent views in every direction, Puerto Vallarta touts all the hallmarks of a tropical paradise. Lush jungles, world-famous beaches, and sweeping mountains offer visitors an abundance of activities – from relaxing in the sun to ATV adventures. And there is no shortage of decadent indulgences either. Luxury spas, award-winning restaurants, and boutique shops abound, making Puerto Vallarta one of Mexico’s most desirable travel locales.
Punta Mita: If you're looking for an exceptionally private getaway, look no further than Punta Mita, a secluded resort town tucked away on a small peninsula on Mexico’s Pacific coast. You'll enjoy exclusive access to over 9 miles of blissful beaches, where you can relax in total serenity. And if you decide to venture out of your private hideaway, Puerto Vallarta is just a short drive away.
Riviera Maya: A 25-mile stretch on the Yucatán Peninsula, Riviera Maya distinguishes itself from Mexico’s other popular destinations with attractions that can’t be found anywhere else. Exquisite sugar-sand beaches collide with centuries-old Mayan villages, for a location rich in beauty, activities, and culture. Enjoy snorkeling in clear cerulean waters, discovering archeological ruins, and exploring intricate underwater caves.