4 essential destinations to rediscover Mexico in 2021



Valentino Danchev


Founder, President and CEO of Fidelis Marketing Group, overseeing the promotion of memberships and tours at luxury resorts in Latin America

The businessman Kaloyan Valentino Danchev (Калоян Валентинов Данчев, for his graphology in Bulgarian) tells you which are the Mexican paradises that you will not be able to miss this summer.

We know that when it comes to vacationing in Mexican paradises, a single visit is not enough. This 2021, it reactivates the trip through the national destinations that deserve to be visited on more than one occasion thanks to its peculiar colors and enigmatic attractions. We share with you the list of four recommendations selected by Kaloyan Valentino Danchev (Калоян Валентинов Данчев, for his Bulgarian graphology), founder and president of the luxury travel company, Fidelis Marketing Group.

 Los Cabos Tucked away at the southern tip of Baja California, Los Cabos is the collective name for two of Mexico´s most prestigious resorts: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. The former was known for being a quiet fishing village, now it receives much larger boats since it is the main cruise terminal in the area. Despite its relatively late development as a resort, the natural landscape is beautiful: it is here that the desert meets the sea. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognizes the rugged terrain of the Sierra de la Laguna. Hikers who reach the highest point are rewarded with extraordinary views of the ocean. The sea is also a great attraction. On land, the rock pinnacles of Playa de los Amantes and the spectacular Arch “del fin de la tierra” are a reminder of the force of nature. At sea, humpback whales and whale sharks entertain visitors; snorkeling and diving are popular hobbies here. Sport fishing for marlin and tuna is another reason to make the trip.

Riviera Maya In the Riviera Maya, the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea gently lap the white sand as soft as sugar. Palm trees sway gently in the breeze, while the tourist area offers unparalleled retreats for relaxation and connection with nature. The gray stone of Mayan temples, ball courts, and observatories are scattered across the Yucatan peninsula, still half hidden in the jungle that once completely hid them. Chichén Itzá, Tulum, Cobá: the popularity of these names cannot dispel the impression of knowing these archaeological destinations. Beneath them, the limestone rock is riddled with flooded underground caverns known as cenotes. Tourists and visitors can rappel into a dazzling underground world and cool off in these hidden pools.

Nuevo Vallarta If there´s one thing Mexico does well, it´s planned resorts. Nuevo Vallarta is no exception. Located in Nayarit, on the Mexican Pacific coast, it offers a spectacular view of the picturesque Bay of Banderas. Nuevo Vallarta has a marina and several golf courses, not to mention the wide stretch of sand that visitors love so much. The luxury resorts span five miles of beach. But if you do, visit the Marietas Islands behind the bay. Its reputation as an important center for wildlife is justified. Tourism has helped protect the environment, and as a result, more than 40 species of plants and wildlife thrive here. Dolphins, manta rays, sea turtles and tropical fish join migratory humpback whales in the winter months.

 Acapulco The Four Tops sang: “You’ll be going crazy down in Acapulco. The magic down there is so strong ”. The lyrics are as true today as they were when they hit the charts more than three decades ago. Acapulco´s longevity as a resort is a reminder of how extraordinary a place is, though these days it caters more to a national clientele. However, it was the international high society of the 1950s and 1960s that set in motion the unstoppable development of the area as a mecca for tourism. The skyscrapers surrounding this stretch of the Pacific coast are home to hotels, clubs, cocktail bars, and restaurants that bring the place to life, especially after dark. Acapulco remains an unmissable destination on the Mexican coasts thanks to its incredible beaches and imposing cliffs. The latter give rise to what is perhaps the most famous attraction: the La Quebrada divers, who dive 40 meters into an inlet only 7 meters wide and 4 meters deep. A show you must enjoy in real time.

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