Family Selection at Grand Palladium Vallarta
Why Your Kids Will Love Family Selection at Grand Palladium Vallarta Hotel & Spa

As much as we (i.e. the parents) want to assume we are the ones who rule the household, sometimes it is the littlest ones that are the boss of the family, right?? The Palladium Hotel Group has taken this concept to a whole another level to create the new “Family
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Along the promenade Mazetlan Photo Go Mazetlan
Mazatlán Celebrates the World’s Third Largest Carnaval Celebration

The world famous Malecón of Mazatlán (a beautiful oceanfront promenade) is the stage of a spectacular week of celebrations, filled with music, dancing, parade floats, food, drinks, and a festive and euphoric atmosphere at Carnaval. Taking place from February 8 through February 13, this year’s theme is “Patasalada: Circo de
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Learning about sea turtles before releasing them back into the wild Photo Tourism La Paz
4 Ways to Have A Boatload of Fun in La Paz Mexico

Just a 1.5-hour drive from Los Cabos, Mexico, the coastal town of La Paz is a secluded destination on the east coast of Baja California in the Sea of Cortez. Blessed with natural, recreational and cultural abundance, Jacques Cousteau famously named the Sea of Cortez the Aquarium of the World.
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Mexicos Mayan Riviera Day Tours Xel Ha
Ten Tips for Happy Touring around the Mayan Riviera with Kids

Have you ever taken a vacation and come away with a sense of regret that next time you’d do things a whole lot differently? That was our recent trip to the Mayan Riviera. While the trip was definitely enjoyable, we could have benefited from some additional research and trip planning
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Baja Brew Pub Cabo San Lucas
Lazy Adventures in Cabo San Lucas

My kids cracked up as they watched me grip the seat to prevent myself from flipping into the middle of the suspension-less bus. I yelped each time the bus thunked over a pothole resulting in peals of children’s laughter. There were no seats front to back of the converted school bus we
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Splash and Dash
Splash and Dash: Shore Excursions in the Western Caribbean

In times past, I considered myself the queen of the layover…cramming whirlwind adventures into the hours we had in any given city before flying off for the next leg of the journey. It was exciting and fun; a little amuse bouche to give me the hunger to come back and
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Broadway on Ice at Palace Resorts
Broadway on Ice at Palace Resorts {Special Offer}

As if a winter vacation in Mexico isn’t bonus enough, Palace Resorts are sweetening the deal with a special offer! Book your five day or longer Christmas vacation (before December 22, 2014) at a Palace Resort (excluding Isla Mujeres & Cozumel Palace) and receive two tickets to Broadway on Ice at
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Finding Family Harmony at Melia Paradisus Playa del Carmen La Esmeralda

It’s a consensus: my family and I agreed the Melia Paradisus Playa del Carmen La Esmeralda was one of the best hotel experiences we have ever had. Everything about this luxury resort oozed elegance and class, which scored big points with the parents. For the kids, all of the special
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Thrilling adventures in Aventuras Mayas Mayan Riviera
Family Travel: Snorkel Xtreme Tour with Aventuras Mayas

If you are looking to experience some adventure during your stay in the Mayan Riviera you’ll find it with Aventuras Mayas. This premiere tour company in the Mayan Riviera offers five exciting excursions. Our family enjoyed the Snorkel Xtreme Tour that included a swim with sea turtles in Akumal as
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Family Friendly places to stay in the Mayan Riviera
The Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa in the Mayan Riviera

The Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa is a gorgeous, colonial style all-inclusive hotel surrounded by lush gardens, overlooking opulent fountains and situated on a private, powdery soft beach. It’s about a 90 minute drive from the Cancun airport and minutes away from some of best family fun activities the Mayan
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