Is Belize on your travel bucket list? If it’s not, it should be! The perfect time to visit is during the off-season.
After taking a two hour or longer flight and hassling with Customs and Immigration upon arriving in Mexico, the last thing you want to do is spend more time getting to you resort. But a stay at UNICO 20°87° Hotel Riviera Maya is worth the extra hour and a half drive from Cancun International Airport.
This beautiful adults-only, all-inclusive resort in Mexico seamlessly incorporates local, Mexican culture and contemporary luxury.
A vacation at this resort is a one-of-a-kind experience. Here’s what you can expect from a stay at UNICO 20°87°…
The desert meets the ocean in Los Cabos, making it the perfect combination of sunny days, cool nights, and dry weather. There’s no other place quite like it in Mexico, which is why so many tourists find themselves flocking to Cabo for fishing, outdoor adventure, food, art, and of course, the beach.
Spending a sun-soaked holiday in an overwater bungalow with a true ocean view is something only celebrities or the rich and famous experience, right? Not according to El Dorado Maroma Resort by Karisma. This all-inclusive, adults-only resort recently opened Palafitos Overwater Bungalows.
Whether you’re a die-hard Rock n’ Roll fan or prefer to mix it up in the tunes department, you’ll love Hard Rock Resort Riviera Maya. It’s the perfect spot for a destination wedding, honeymoon, family vacation or group getaway.
Aren’t sure a destination wedding is for you? Before setting a date at your local venue, take a minute to check out the most frequently asked questions the Wedding Specialists at Travel Savvi receive. Most brides and grooms are surprised to find that their destination wedding dream is a definite reality!
Tips for Planning The Perfect Honeymoon Your honeymoon should be a “trip of a lifetime”; one you will remember for the rest of your lives. We know it’s a busy time-we are here to help ease the stress to ensure you have the most incredible and unforgettable experience.
Ahhhhh Cozumel!!!! The site of my first dive in 1998. I was such a novice back then. I continued diving and logged 35 dives around the Caribbean and the South Pacific before drying out my wetsuit and taking 10 years off.
September 26, 2016, it was time to get back in the water!