Step out of your beachfront casita and dive into a world of rainbow-hued marine life. Embrace the siesta-like calm of San Miguel de Allende from the sanctuary of a 17th-century fortress. With cities teeming with history and jungles bursting with colour, there’s no place as magical as Mexico.
Snorkeling and eco-adventures or city tours and cooking classes… Our activities take you closer to the heart of Mexico.
Mexico is an explorer’s paradise, with endless options for adventures. In the Riviera Maya you can hike through dense jungle to the remains of a lost civilization or swim alongside whale sharks and turtles. Alternatively explore the colours of San Miguel with fascinating tours, cookery classes and horseback excursions.
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The Riviera Maya is an adventurer’s dream; that rare location whose name alone evokes magic and mysticism.
From mystical cenotes and captivating caves to sun-splashed reefs and turtle-rich bays… We snorkel through the waters of the Riviera Maya and discover the beauty of an aquatic world just waiting to be explored.
“In Mexico, Surrealism runs through the streets. Surrealism comes from the reality of Latin America.” We assume that celebrated novelist Gabriel García Márquez had San Miguel de Allende in mind when he wrote these words.
Between its cobblestone streets and Baroque cathedrals, San Miguel de Allende boasts an impressive catalogue of residents both past and present. Heroes of Mexican independence were born here. Since the early 20th century, the city has drawn artists and writers from beyond the border. We celebrate some of the illustrious figures who have made this city a melting pot of old-world charisma and bohemian cool.
Enveloped by 200 acres of lush wildlife and the shimmering Caribbean Sea, you’ll find Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa. The hotel’s warmth and indulgence befits its breathtaking surroundings, marrying beachside tranquility with cultural heritage and the mystery of the jungle.
Experience Mexico at its most authentic. As October draws to a close, cities across the country come to life with colourful celebrations for Día de Muertos—the Day of the Dead.
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