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  • 1

    Tulum Ruins

    115 reviews

    Tulum Ruins is, without a doubt, a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind setting--Maya ruins set on dramatic cliffs that overlook the Caribbean Sea (and even a small beach that you can swim at on-site)--but the structures themselves do not begin to compare with the inland archaeological ruins, like nearby Coba, Chichen Itza, or Uxmal in terms of their grandeur. (The Tulum ruins, in ...

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  • 2

    Xcaret

    81 reviews

    Xcaret is an eco-park for the entire family. There are sea turtles, a butterfly pavillion, aquarium, an underground river to explore, a snorkeling/snuba park, monkeys, restaurants, and a Mayan Specta

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  • 3

    Malecón

    70 reviews

    The Puerto Vallarta Malecon has been recently restored and is no longer accessible to cars, its a nice pedestrian avenue on the sea side and a lovely place for sightseeing, shopping, dining and nightlife. From the Malecon you can also watch the fabulous sunsets at a bar enjoying a tequila or a margarita cocktail.

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  • 4

    Manuel Antonio National Park

    67 reviews

    Manuel Antonio Park , famous for it's 4 white sand beaches , and hiking trails is a MUST see when visiting Cost Rica. Manuel Antonio, Espadilla Sur, Teloro, and Playita. With their large light sand berms, it is easy to see why they attract beach goers of all ages. The first is separated from the second by a "tombolo", or ...

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  • 5

    Land's End

    62 reviews

    Rented kayaks and paddled over, its a great scenic adventure, but I would suggest having some prior swimming knowledge before setting out. The waves gets pretty fierce...

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  • 6

    Arenal Volcano

    49 reviews

    This is Costa Rica's most active volcano. While there, you must also go to Tabacon's Hot Springs. This is where you can sit in several nature heated hot tubs and see breathtaking views of the volcano. Also, while you are there, you can visit LaFortuna waterfalls which is just 3 miles from town.You can see magnificent waterfalls cascade into the ...

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  • 7

    Museo Nacional de Antropología

    45 reviews

    This is a vast and amazing museum, housing many of Mexico's anthropological treasures. Exhibits range from pre-Hispanic civiliations to Mexico's current day indigenous cultures, with piece upon piece from each era. The displays are very well presented and have Spanish and English signage too. One tip--consider picking just a couple eras/regions to visit and call it a day...the museum in ...

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  • 8

    Lover's Beach

    42 reviews

    From the hotel take a short 5 minute boat ride and you will be at Lover's Beach (only able to get there by boat). The Arch (El Arco) is located right next to it, so ask your boat driver on the way over there or on the way back to stop by for some pictures. Lover's Beach is a great ...

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  • 9

    Vallarta Adventures

    41 reviews

    We have had more than one fabulous trip with Vallarta Adventures including a private family Dolphin Adventure that was a memory to cherish always with our children and grandchildren. Highly recommend them.

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  • 10

    Art Walks Downtown

    39 reviews

    Wednesday evening starting about 7PM is Art Walk and Galleries serve snacks and drinks, as you peruse our galleries of which some have international following.

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  • 11

    Avenida 5 (Fifth Avenue)

    38 reviews

    so much to do and explore in this cosmopolitan exciting shopping and restaurant area; walking distance from condo

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  • 12

    Xel-Ha

    41 reviews

    Wonderful natural area park, where salt water and fresh water mix. Snorkeling is great, although water can be somewhat cool. The tube float trip down the river is absolutely not to be missed. Food is excellent and abundant.

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  • 13

    Tabacon Grand Spa Thermal Resort

    38 reviews

    Once of our favorite places to stay. Not too pricey if you plan on gooing to their hot springs just down the street, because it is included in the rpice of the room. So get there early for checkin!

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  • 14

    Teotihuacan

    36 reviews

    These ruins are some of the most remarkable in Mexico and important in the world. It is only 30 miles from Mexico City and a number of tour companies will take you there. You can walk everywhere over the site even to the top of the Pyramid of the Sun (third-largest pyramid in the world) so bring good walking shoes. ...

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  • 15

    Palacio de Bellas Artes

    33 reviews

    Bueno este Teatro empezo su construccion 1907 por el italiano Adamo Boari, es el centro mas importante dedicado a las bellas artes en Mexico, en su interior se encuentran murales de Siqueiros, Diego Rivera y Clemente Orozco, tambien esta recubierto por marmol blanco de Carrara en su interior y el exterior tiene varios tipos de marmol. Ahi se han presentado ...

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  • 16

    El Zócalo

    36 reviews

    The central feature of México City is the área Zócalo. You can get a 200 pesó taxi ride to this área and enjoy the sights along with great resturants that offer an amazing view.

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  • 17

    Tikal National Park

    28 reviews

    Amazing! Mayan ruins at their finest. Definitely need to be in shape to hike up to the top of all the temples. But the view is worth the hike!

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  • 18

    Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe

    28 reviews

    Not really a cathedral but a church, but it is an iconic emblem of Puerto Vallarta.

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  • 19

    Isla Mujeres

    28 reviews

    Flew to Cancun from San Francisco to visit the mayan ruins. Started in Isla Mujeres, which was awesome (not touristy like Cancun and Playa del Carmen and Cozemel). Took bus to Playa del Carmen, then to Coba ruins, then to Chicheniza (sp), stayed at Dolores Alba Hotel near ruins, then after exploring the awesome ruins took bus to Merida, then ...

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  • 20

    Rio Secreto

    22 reviews

    Fantastic tour. We had a blast. You get to swim, walk and sit in the water. Beautiful and well worth the money.

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