Delta Guide 2013

Posted on January 17th, 2013

Mazatlan, Mexico

Miles of Pacific beaches and a world-famous Carnival (this year’s takes place Feb. 7-12) are not the only claims to fame of this romantic Pacific city.


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Posted on January 17th, 2013

Los Cabos, Mexico

The long list of visitor-directed pleasures available in Los Cabos, coupled with the region’s raw beauty, have made famous a once little-known stretch of desert at the end of the Baja Peninsula.


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Posted on January 17th, 2013

Monterrey, Mexico

Located in the northeastern state of Nuevo Leon, this is one of Mexico’s main industrial and business centers, but as one of the country’s largest cities, it also has a wealth of attractions for all tastes, many of which can be reached by trolley.


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Posted on January 17th, 2013

Mexico City, Mexico

Bohemian, ancient, modern and magnificent, Mexico’s capital is a gigantic maze of history and urbanism.


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Posted on January 16th, 2013

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Tucked away between the southern portion of the Sierra Madre Mountains and Banderas Bay, the second largest of its kind in the Americas, Puerto Vallarta is a non-stop flurry of cultural, historical and natural attractions.


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Posted on January 16th, 2013

Central America

About four million years ago, give or take a millennium, a fortunate collision of underwater continental places heaved up a great mass of stone, creating a steep and narrow isthmus separating the Pacific Ocean from the Caribbean Sea, linking the then-existing continents of North and South America.


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Posted on January 16th, 2013

Belize City

There are good reasons for the saying: “It’s better in Belize.”


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Posted on January 16th, 2013

Liberia, Costa Rica

With Liberia as second air service gateway from the U.S., it is much easier to tap into the Pacific pleasures of Guanacaste and its neighboring provinces, a corner that captures the majority of the beach-loving, surfing, and deep-sea fishing crowd.


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Posted on January 16th, 2013

San Jose, Costa Rica

Costa Rica has become synonymous with ecotourism travel, capturing the hearts of those interested in spectacular scenery (volcanoes to rainforests to beaches), biological diversity (100 species of frogs!) and adventure sports (river rafting, hiking, scuba diving, surfing, ziplining, for starters) that capitalize on the great outdoors.


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Posted on January 16th, 2013

San Salvador

The smallest country in Central America, El Salvador, is filled with important Mayan ruins, fine craft traditions alive and well in country villages, jungle peaks that brush the sky, lines of volcanic cones rising over lakes and valleys, and a Pacific shoreline where surfers push off from white and black beaches to meet world-class waves.


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