Honeymoon Spot: Mexico

Think romantic getaways and the first destinations to come to mind are usually France, Greece and Italy. However, a less popular – but no less enchanting – spot to consider, is Mexico. Visit it either on its own or after a long trip in the USA. Mexico offers exotic and charming attractions that you’ll definitely reminisce about every anniversary.

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 Visit the Mayan Riviera
Spend some time appreciating the beauty of nature – visit the Mayan Riviera region. This is where you’ll be able to find eco theme parks that offer where clear, blue water. Visit the Xel-Ha, a natural aquarium where you can swim with dolphins, snorkel or dive, and get up close and personal with sea turtles and stingrays.

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 Stay at Maroma Resort and Spa
While you’re at Mayan Riviera, stay at the award-winning Maroma Resort and Spa. The beautiful resort has a honeymoon package where you can choose to picnic at the beach or enjoy a massage under the stars. Spend your day lazing in their lush and green environment and enjoy a three-course dinner for two on the beach, featuring an aphrodisiac menu that’s specially designed by the chef for newly-weds.

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 Whale-watching at Guerrero Negro
With the highest concentration of grey whales in the world, Guerrero Negro is the go-to spot to watch the largest mammal on earth. While you’re there, remember to also visit the salt works, which Guerrero Negro is also famous for.

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 Cultural tour at Guadalajara
One of the most visited cities in Mexico, Guadalajara is known as a cultural tourism spot where you can learn about Mexican traditions such as mariachi music, their cowboy culture, as well as food culture. Visit the large number of theatres, galleries and museums and soak in the Mexican culture while you’re there.

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Volunteer at Xalapa
Make your honeymoon a meaningful trip by volunteering at the Travel To Teach programme in Xalapa. Teach English in kindergartens, primary and secondary schools around the city, or train local teachers to better equip them with skills to teach English to children. If teaching English is not your forte, you can choose to help out at foster homes. Xalapa is also known for hosting cultural and artistic events. So while you’re volunteering, make the most of your trip and attend these events.

 

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