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Manzanillo Mexico offers a tranquil atmosphere that encourages the pursuit of unhurried pleasures. In fact, there's little to draw you away from the golden sand beaches and fantastic resorts of this pleasantly understated destination known as the "heavenly paradise. Manzanillo is set along two sparkling bays separated by the Santiago Peninsula, Manzanillo boasts dozens of golden sand beaches fringed by lush fruit plantations and jungle vegetation. Shopping, dining and nightlife are quite subdued, and the number of tourist spots is minimal in comparison to those found in other parts of Mexico's Pacific Coast. Instead, life centers on the Resort Zone. To the south, Bahia de Manzanillo offers an array of fabulous resorts with everything from water sports and deep-sea fishing to golf.
Mexico is a traveller's paradise, crammed with a multitude of opposing identities: desert landscapes, snow-capped volcanoes, ancient ruins, teeming industrialised cities, time-warped colonial towns, glitzy resorts, lonely beaches and a world-beating collection of flora and fauna.
This mix of modern and traditional, the clichéd and the surreal, is the key to Mexico's charm, whether your passion is throwing back margaritas, listening to howler monkeys, surfing the Mexican Pipeline, scrambling over Mayan ruins or expanding your Day of the Dead collection of posable skeletons.
For those seeking more seclusion, Bahia de Santiago is a far less developed area with only two resorts and plenty of quiet. The coastal highway in between may lure you off the beach for a while with its restaurants, souvenir shops and nightspots, but you'll want to return in time for Manzanillo's brilliant sunsets that give way to star-filled nights. 

Cancun Mexico is one of the most popular and important vacation package and tourist resort destinations in all of Mexico. Cancun is is an important tourist destinations in all of Mexico and the world. Its superb Caribbean location makes it the perfect place for everything from ecotourism, snorkeling, horseback riding and fishing, to golf, scuba diving, surfing and sailing. Extreme sports are a also a major part of the excitement found in Cancun - the city boasts one of the highest bungee jumps in Mexico - the Regio bungee - with a height of 70 meters. Cancun is comprised of three distinct but integrated areas: the city of Cancun, a boomtown of 500,000 people, popular for shopping, dining and less expenses accommodations; the ecological reserve with lovely mangroves and lagoons; and the resort zone, an island. The island-shaped city has an unmatched infrastructure with some of the best hotel chains in the world lined up on its strip, offering luxury and comfort in a perfect Caribbean setting. Its contemporary lodging facilities welcomes several business conventions throughout the year; and its cosmopolitan offering includes plazas and large shopping malls with handicrafts from all over the country, leather articles, tobacco and imported goods. When it comes to archaeological sites and historical flashbacks of the Mayan culture, Cancun has it all. Major attractions include fascinating Mayan ruins both in Quintana Roo State, as well as the neighboring state of Yucatan - home to the Mayan pyramids of Chichen-Itza. The Cancun Museum displays pieces from several Mayan archaeological sites. El Rey and El Meco also showcase dramatic ruins of the Mayan culture, as well as San Gervasio, on Cozumel Island, a short trip away from Cancun. Within driving distance of the city, travelers can find several natural reserves such as the Riviera Maya eco-archaeological sites of Xcaret and Xel-ha, which offer breathtaking cenotes (sinkholes), clear-water lagoons, river rapids and forest walks. Cuisine is another major component of Cancún's unique offering. The wide varieties of exotic dishes of Mayan origin are distinguished by their use of condiments found in the region. A selection of fish, along with chirmole, papatz tzul, relleno negro and cochinita pibil are only some of the dishes you can savor at the many restaurants in the state of Quintana Roo. When the Caribbean sun goes down, the intense Cancun nightlife begins and continues well into dawn. Its nightclubs and discotheques offer all kinds of music, as well as some of the finest Mexican and imported drinks. Those looking for a celebration on the water can head to party cruises that offer dinner, drinks and music while you sail along the bay and Laguna Nichupte. The excitement never ends in Cancun. The list of sights to see and activities to engage in are undoubtedly endless in this Mexican paradise, and its gorgeous, white sand beaches on the Caribbean Sea are ideal for a sun-kissed vacation. 

Full country name: Estados Unidos Méxicanos
Area: 1.95 million sq km
Population: 100.35 million
Capital City: Mexico City
People: Approximately 60% mestizo (mixed European and Amerindian descent) and 30% Amerindian (indígena - including Nahua, Maya, Zapotecs, Mixtecs, Totonacs, and Tarascos or Purépecha), 10% other
Language: Spanish
Religion: 90% Roman Catholic, 6% Protestant, 4% other
Government: federal republic
Head of State: President Vincente Fox Quesada
GDP: US$637.2 billion 
GDP per capita: US$5,910
Annual Growth: 7%
Inflation: 9%
Major Industries: Food and beverages, tobacco, chemicals, iron and steel, petroleum, mining, textiles, clothing, motor vehicles, consumer durables, tourism.
Major Trading Partners: USA, Canada, Japan, Germany



 


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Sun Seeker Vacations is a travel consulting company that specializes in all-inclusive resort vacations in the Caribbean and Mexico. All Inclusive Honeymoons, a division of Sun Seeker Vacations, is our all-inclusive honeymoon vacation consulting division catering only to honeymoon resorts and locations. Our goal is to ensure that your vacation is filled with wonderful memories to build upon. We provide you with all the information you need to make the right vacation choice. Our quality customer service is something everyone deserves. As Preferred Sandals Specialists and a SuperClubs Platinum Agency, Sun Seeker Vacations offers expertise on the island resort vacations that we market. We offer 21 years of combined knowledge in the travel industry and have traveled to more than 23 islands, many of them, several times.