Mexico is a land of culture, natural beauty, and delicious food. The United States' southern neighbor is known for its palm-lined beaches, tasty cuisine, and interesting cultural history that spans millennia. You can spend your days relaxing on the famed beaches of Acapulco, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, and Playa del Carmen or exploring ancient Mayan and Aztec ruins in Tulum, Chichén Itzá, and Uxmal. Sun Country Airlines Reservations flies to over 8 destinations across Mexico. Let’s have a look at the amazing destinations covered by them.
Puerto Vallarta is a resort town in Mexico's Jalisco's state on the Pacific coast and a popular vacation destination due to its beautiful beaches, adventurous water sports, and raucous nightlife. The city center is a historic treasure with cobblestone streets and the beautifully adorned Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe church along with plenty of tasty restaurants, bars, and boutique shops. The beachside promenade known as El Malecon is a popular hotspot for clubbing and drinking and has plenty of establishments to keep the party going all night long as well as a number of contemporary sculptures to enjoy while strolling along the beach during the day.
Cozumel is a gorgeous island Cozumel is a gorgeous island in the Caribbean Sea. The island has received fame as a port of call on many cruise itineraries, but, with the exception of the busy area around the popular cruise port, the island is largely undeveloped. There are several popular beaches with Palancar and Playa Mia Grand being two of the most popular. Diving is a major reason visitors come to Cozumel. Scuba diving hot spots include the Museo Subacuatico de Arte, where you can see a number of underwater sculptures, the Mesoamerican Reef, and the Chankanaab Eco Park, which features a number of interesting wildlife species and underwater caves for divers to explore. Catch Sun Country Airlines Flights to this city.
Cancun is a city situated alongside the Caribbean Sea on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. The city is famous the world over for its resort accommodations, stunning beaches, and nightlife. There are two main areas that makeup Cancun - Zona Hotelera where the resort hotels, restaurants, and clubs are concentrated and a more traditional city center called El Centro. Although Cancun may bring to mind images of college spring breaks where anything goes, in reality, there's more to offer than just trendy nightlife. Family-friendly resorts, interesting examples of Mexican and Mayan cultural heritage, crystal-clear waters and soft sandy beaches, and much more all make Cancun a desirable vacation destination for visitors of all ages.