Las Ventanas has it all – including a Department of Romance

Romance is always in the air at Las Ventanas al Paraíso, which has long been heralded as one of the world’s most romantic resorts. But never more than today with the appointment of Mariajose Rodriguez as the Director of the Department of Romance. The Director of Romance at Las Ventanas is a modern-day Cupid whose mission it is to make guests’ romantic dreams come true. Since most guests are couples on a romantic getaway, Las Ventanas has taken service to the highest level by making a stay at the Five Diamond property the ultimate romantic resort experience.

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Culture plus dining-Thursday evening in San Jose del Cabo

It is only 6 miles from the hotel corridor to San Jose del Cabo, a quaint town that has worked hard to refresh its image while maintaining its authenticity and colonial flavor. It feels light years different from the very new, often renovated and mostly upscale hotel corridor. If you are looking for an authentic cultural and dining experience, San Jose del Cabo would be good to put on your must-see and must-experience list while visiting Los Cabos.

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Three reef snorkel tour in Cozumel

snorkeling at Cozumel

Three Reef Snorkel Tour: We were snorkeling at three different reefs in Cozumel, Mexico before returning to our ship.

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Dzibilchaltun–gateway to Mayan ruins

Mayan ruins

If your cruise ship docks at Progresso, Mexico on a Western Caribbean itinerary, don’t miss an opportunity to visit Mayan ruins at the archaeological site of Dzibilchaltun.

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Nachi-Cocom in Cozumel

If your cruise ship is scheduled to stop in Cozumel, Mexico, you  might want to plan a day trip to Nachi-Cocom Beach Club and  Water Sports.  For the  price of $49 per person, you can eat and drink whatever you desire for the whole day. Nachi-Cocom is a twenty minute taxi ride from the port in Cozumel to a peaceful part… Read More

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San Sebastian del Oeste offers a glimpse into old Mexico

San Sebastian-Puerto Vallarta

San Sebastian del Oeste is a historic mining town located at 4,500 feet, high above Puerto Vallarta, where the air is clear and cool.

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