Tulum Xtreme adventure tour

Riviera Maya Playa del Carmen: May 2009

Meetings Incentive market Puerto Vallarta mexico

Puerto Vallarta Meeting Convention Expo trade Show Junio 2009
Mexico has the most adequate venues and facilities as sites for incentive travel and corporate conventions, it has grown in buildings and specialized services throughout the country.
Mundo Editorial, editor and publisher of the trade magazines of Mexico: "Convenciones", Weekly de Convenciones and "Giros", as well as Avanti Meetings & Incentives, are directly involved in the total organization of mpm 2009 with the support of the Ministry of Tourism and the Mexico Tourism Board.
mpm 2009 in Puerto Vallarta will be the sixth edition of Mexico's meetings and incentives marketplace.
The event is divided in five equally important elements to reach expected results, always thinking on the buyers and their needs:
1. Seminars.- Attendees will learn how to do business, and find solutions when organizing events in Mexico.
2. Trade show.- Designed so that buyers might, on the basis of pre-established appointments, research and inquire on Mexican tourism destinations, facilities and specialized services.
3. City orientation visit.- Puerto Vallarta is a warm, friendly and exciting destination, full of tastes and colors, suitable for conventions and incentives. A tour around the city to discover its beauty and the site's attractions will be part of the general program.
4. Pre and Post – extended stay.- Only for foreign buyers.That way the participants have a chance to experience Puerto Vallarta and see what is has to discover for the MICE business as well as getting some free time to relax in Puerto Vallarta.
5. Networking.- Enjoy public relations, meet your peers, learn how they manage their own business and react to the same problems you find in the industry and see others' points of view about future conventions and incentives.
The Board of Directors is formed by 3 members and the support of a Marketing Board:
a) The Ministry of Tourism of Mexico: SECTUR
b) The Mexico Tourism Board: CPTM
c) Mundo Editorial and AVANTI Meetings and Incentives
d) Marketing Board
Eligible buyers for mpm 2009 must be people who organize, influence or make budgetary decisions for conventions, meetings, incentive travel, or conferences and are interested in hosting events in Mexico.
Applicants will be chosen through a careful selection process to ensure the best possible quality of participants.
Two types of guests are eligible to attend mpm 2009 as buyers:
1.-Association and Corporate Executives in charge of event planning.
2.-Incentive houses, specialized travel agencies, incentive fulfillment companies and marketing specialists involved in meeting planning

Sunday, June 7th
All day Arrivals
  Transfer from host hotels to the dinner (check exact time at the hospitality desk)
 19:30 - 22:00  Cocktail and Dinner at the Casamagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort sponsored by Tamaulipas
22:00 Transfer to host hotels
Monday, June 8th
  Breakfast at the host hotels
  Transfer to the Puerto Vallarta International Convention Center (check exact time at the hospitality desk)
08:45 - 10:25 Seminars, (Maito Room)
 10:30 - 13:00 Preschedule appointments in the exhibition area
 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch sponsored by the Puerto Vallarta CVB
14:30 - 17:45  Preschedule appointments in the exhibition area
 17:45  Transfer to host hotels
 Transfer from host hotels to the Vallarta Palace (check exact time at the hospitality desk)
 19:30 Dinner sponsored by Palace Resorts
 21:30 Transfer to the host hotels

Tuesday, June 9th
  Breakfast at the host hotels
 Transfer to the Puerto Vallarta International Convention Center (check exact time at the hospitality desk)
09:00 - 10:20 Seminars (Maito Room)

10:30 - 13:00 Preschedule appointments in the exhibition area
13:05  Transfer to the Sheraton Buganvilias
13:15 - 15:15  Lunch sponsord by Oaxaca
15:15 Transfer to the host hotels (leisure time)
18:00  Transfer from host hotels to City Tour (check exact time at the hospitality desk)
19:30  Dinner sponsored by Restaurant Ztai
21:30  Transfer to the host hotels

Company  / Activity Stand / Booth
Barceló Hotels & Resorts  Hotel 417 y 419
Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda Hotel 106
Brisas Hotels & Resorts  Hotel 404
Buró de Convenciones Puebla  OCV / CVB 516
Campeche Convention Bureau OCV / CVB 300
Cancun CVB  OCV / CVB 510
Centro Banamex  Recinto Ferial / Exposition Center  406
Cintermex Convention Center, Monterrey  Recinto Ferial / Exposition Center  226
Ciudad de México  OCV / CVB 426A y 427
Consejo de Promoción Turística
de México OCV / CVB 118
Crown Paradise Resorts Hotel 415
Cruceros Carnival Crucero / Cruise Line 112
Cuernavaca OCV / CVB 423
DMC CTA México, Puerto Vallarta, Cancún & Cabo Traveler Advisor DMC 505
Eco Parque El Edén / Canopy El Eden / Canopy Costa Azul  Recintos Especiales / Special Venues 114
El Dorado Resorts & Azul Hotels
by Karisma Hotel 121
Exposystems Montaje de Exposiciones -
Diseño de Stands /
Exposition set up Company -
Booth Designer
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Hotel 615
Fideicomiso de Promoción de Acapulco  OCV / CVB 322
Four Seasons  Hotel 609
Grand Bay Hotel Isla Navidad  Hotel 407
Grupo Posadas  Hotel 108
Guanajuato OCV / CVB 504
Guatemala Corazón del Mundo Maya OCV / CVB 317
Hermosillo - Guaymas - San Carlos  OCV / CVB 613
Holiday Inn Ciudad de México Tlalpan Churubusco  Hotel 215
Hotel Ceiba del Mar Hotel 104
Hoteles Hilton  Hotel 400
Hoteles Solaris de México Hotel 314
IVI Destination Management DMC 308 y 309
IVI Destination Management DMC 619
Marriott Casamagna
Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa  Hotel 100 y 101
Mazatlán OCV / CVB / Hotel  117
Meeting Incentive Experts -
Royale Tours Puerto Vallarta   500
Mexicali OCV / CVB 509
Mexicana Línea Áerea / Airline 122
Michoacán OCV / CVB 522
Mundo Cuervo   623
OCC San Luis Potosí OCV / CVB 110
OCV Aguascalientes OCV / CVB 401
OCV Culiacán OCV / CVB 621
OCV de Colima  OCV / CVB 222
OCV Ixtapa Zihuatanejo  OCV / CVB 405
OCV Riviera Nayarit CVB  OCV / CVB 521
OCV Saltillo OCV / CVB 511
OCV/SECTUR Zacatecas OCV / CVB 120
OCV Tampico  OCV / CVB 426
OVC Guadalajara OCV / CVB 304
Oficina de Convenciones y Visitantes Manzanillo OCV / CVB 220
Oficina de Turismo Las Vegas  OCV / CVB 605
Palace Resorts Hotel 501 y 600
Palladium Vallarta Resort & Spa  Hotel 518
PSAV Presentation Services  Audio / Video / Audio & Video Specialist 409
Puerto Vallarta CBV OCV / CVB 204
Québec   320
Querétaro CVB OCV / CVB 617
Riviera Maya OCV / CVB 217 y 219
Secretaria de Turismo del Estado de Durango OCV / CVB 514
Secretaria de Turismo / Oaxaca  OCV / CVB 227 y 326
Sheraton Buganvilias
Resort and Convention Center  Hotel 315
Sectur Hidalgo OCV / CVB 526 y 527
Silversea Cruises, Ltd.
 Crucero / Cruise Line  611
Landry & Kling
Tabasco  OCV / CVB 300 y 301A
Tamaulipas OCV / CVB 326A y 327
The Westin Resort & Spa Puerto Vallarta  Hotel 408
Tijuana OCV / CVB 507
Tourisme Montréal   316 y 318
Ungerboeck Systems International  123
Vallarta Adventures  Tours / Sightseeing tours 520
Veracruz OCV / CVB 515
Vista Vallarta  Club de Golf / Golf Club 116
Wynn Las Vegas  Hotel 607
Yucatan Convention Bureau  OCV / CVB 221 y 223
Ztai  421

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Rent a SUV rental riviera maya luxury van sport utility by day week driver

Rent a BMW X5 SUV sport utility to go Xcaret
Rent a Mercedes Benz SUV ML430 drive along Yucatan Peninsula in a confort car
Hummer H3 or H2 rentals for Playa del Carmen Akumal Tulum
Suburvan tahoe leather with TV full equipped with seven passenger comfort, equipped with more space for storage & DVD
Enjow Caribbean with a Jeep Wrangler Sahara new model
We have a complete offer of luxury SUV rentals at Riviera Maya airport of Cancun (CUN) or at your hotel
We pickup you at any hotel along Quinta Roo Coast
We can rent by day month or more with driver or without driver
Private tour in any of this cars can arranged
Luxury Transportaion, fashion, exotic, events, models, groups, corporation, trade shows,

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Spa Golf Playa Azul Hotel Cozumel beach dive fishing

Playa Azul Hotel is the perfect choice for your wedding celebration, anniversary, honeymoon, or a great vacation with the family.

Awarded as one of the 100 Best Values in the World and one of the 10 Best Values in Mexico from Budget Travel and Trip Advisor, you will experience the best quality and great personal service in Cozumel.

All our rooms are Ocean View with a nice balcony terrace where you can watch a breath-taking sunset everyday.
Relax on our beautiful sandy white beach while you enjoy an ice cold margarita and hear the ocean waves break just a few meters away.

Enjoy the complimentary breakfast at Palma Azul restaurant while you surf our wireless internet service free of charge anywhere in the hotel.

Playa Azul Hotel is the only hotel in Cozumel who gives complementary Golf to all our guests; Cozumel Country Club is one of the best golf courses on the Yucatan Peninsula, designed by the Nicklaus group. This course has been awarded one of the best places to play by the Golf Digest Magazine.

Our dive shop "PRODIVE" is ready every morning to take you on a new underwater adventure. Our dive shop is recognized as a National Geographic Dive Center for their efforts in supporting aquatic education and conservation of underwater environments in Cozumel.

Playa Azul Hotel is also ready to welcome all IRONMAN athletes in November 2009.
This Triathlon is well recognized around the world and Playa Azul Hotel is offering a great package deal for everybody who is coming to participate or enjoy this competition.

Our "LA SAVIA" Spa will make you feel like you are in paradise with all the treatments based from the Mayan Culture.

Relax, feel worry free, and walk in the clouds on your way to your room or to the beach right after a Special treatment.

Get personal attention from the owners, Martha and Fernando. They are always at the hotel taking care of all the details to make this place one of the best hotels in Cozumel.

  • 33 oceanviews Rooms
  • Oceanview Balcony • Air Conditioning • Direct Dial Phone • Safe Box
    • Hair Dryer • Private Bath • Satellite T.V. • Coffee Maker
    • The best Caribbean Ground Coffee • Free wireless internet
    1 king size  or 2 double beds, no extra beds available, max. occupancy: 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children

  • 12 oceanview Suites
  • Oceanview Balcony • Air Conditioning • Direct Dial Phone • Safe Box • Hair Dryer • Private Bath • Satellite T.V. • Coffee Maker • The best Caribbean Ground Coffee • Living Room with 2 Sofas (turned into single beds) • Extra vanity area •Free wireless internet 
    1 king size bed or 2 double beds, max. occupancy: 4 adults or 2 adults and 3 children
    Extra bedding available ONLY in Suites. Cost: $11 usd per extra bed, per night
  • 4 oceanfront Master Suites
  • 1 Garden House
    It is located in the garden just a few steps away from the main lobby. All hotel services are available.
    It has 4 bedrooms ( 3 rooms w/double beds and 1 w/queen bed) and 3 bathrooms, living-dining room,
    air conditioning and ceiling fans, direct dial telephone, safe deposit box, alarm clock, cable TV,
    fully equipped kitchenette with: blender, microwave, big refrigerator, gas stove and oven,
    coffee maker and fresh ground Caribbean coffee, free wireless internet

  • 1 Oceanfront Accessible Room
    SPA in Cozumel services:

    A beautiful and calming blend of the natural elements of the island and it´s culture makes

    this retreat a unique  and tranquil environment in which you can renew your body and soul.

    Experience our massage therapies and revitalizing body treatments influenced by the ancient mayan world and its ancestors.


    • Back, Neck & Shoulders Massage
    • Relaxation Swedish Massage
    • Deep Tissue Full Body Massage
    • Vigorzing Massage
    • Legs & Feet Massage
    • Mothers Massage
    • Aromatherapy Massage
    • Aromatherapeutic Massage
    • Recovery Foot Massage
    • Relaxing Head & Face Massage


    • Shirodara
    • RainDrop Therapy
    • Hot Stones Therapy
    • Reflexo Aromatherpy
    • Pinda Sweda Therapy

    • Vigorzing Massage
    • Legs & Feet Massage
    • Mothers Massage
    • Aromatherapy Massage
    • Aromatherapeutic Massage
    • Recovery Foot Massage
    • Relaxing Head & Face Massage


    • Shirodara
    • RainDrop Therapy
    • Hot Stones Therapy
    • Reflexo Aromatherpy
    • Samunprai Therapy




    FISHING BOATS RENT in Cozumel 
    Cozumel  Golf court day pass

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    Snorkel caves adventure jungle tour underground river

    Cenotes underwater snorkel Adventure at Riviera Maya Jungle
    snorkel in the ocean and snorkel in cenotes and caverns
    1 Adult  us 86   click to reserve 1      
    2 Adults us 168  
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    3 Adults us 249   
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    4 Adults us 328   
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    Live a wonderful jungle and ocean experience, discover in one day three extraordinary ecosystems of the Mayan world. Surprise yourself with Mexico´s biodiversity and join us in the snorkeling tour that will change your way of feeling nature.
    We will dive into the turquoise waters of the mexican caribbean surrounded by exotic marine life; explore an underground river in the middle of the jungle, and discover the mystical wonders of the mayan sinkholes (cenotes).
    You will be accompanied at all times by our professional guides, that will share with you the best snorkeling techniques and information regarding the flora and fauna that inhabits this unique ecosystems. Above all they will make sure you enjoy and unforgettable snorkeling experience.

    This adventure tour includes: Transportation in air-conditioned van, professional bilingual guide, entrance fees, snorkeling equipment, lunch and beverages, insurance, taxes.

    What to bring: Comfortable clothes and footwear, water shoes, sunglasses and a hat, bathing suit, extra T-shirt, towel, only BIODEGRADABLE sunscreen and mosquito repellent, extra cash (tips, pictures).

    Important recommendations: Basic swimming skills required. This tour is not suitable for people with severe physical or motor handicap, serious heart problems, or people who are not able to handle moderate physical activity. Children under the age of 6 may participate under the responsibility and direct supervision of a responsible parent or family member. People under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to participate in this tour.
    Duration: Approximately 7 hours from pick up to drop off at your hotel
    The Sea - inlet
    Always guided by the philosophy of enjoying nature at its best while preserving the natural environment, we will visit a beautiful and secluded inlet called Yalku . Located in the coastline of the Akumal region, snorkeling in this inlet will allow us to experience a halocline, the natural phenomenon in which the fresh water coming from the underground rivers mixes with the ocean waters. In addition, we will delight in watching exotic birds and marine species for which this inlet serves as their refuge and nesting site.
    We will snorkel in the inlet's clear waters surrounded by a wide variety of marine life, including tropical fish, and if we're lucky, we'll come across sea turtles and manta rays.
    In addition to the marine life, we will enjoy the spectacle of the mangrove, an amazing ecosystem that serves as breeding and nesting ground for hundreds of fish species, and as the temporary home of a range of exotic migratory birds from November to May.
    You will be accompanied at all times by a professional guide.
    Approximate duration: 1 hr 15 min.
    The Cavern
    The emotion continues! This time, while snorkeling inside an underground river, you will admire hundreds of geological formations including stalactites, stalagmites, draperies and columns, as well as some of the exotic aquatic species that inhabit this underground marvel.
    Exploring an underground river with crystal clear waters and observing the magical light effects that the cavern produces, combined with the comfort and safety that are our trademark will inspire you with a deep sense of awe and respect towards nature. After this unique experience, you will understand why these rivers and caverns were considered sacred by the Mayans. For them, they were entrances to the underworld or xibalbá.
    Approximate duration: 50 min.
    The Cenote
    Experience an authentically Mayan adrenaline rush in the middle of the exotic jungle!
    This third site is a breathtaking cenote or sinkhole - an entrance to the underground rivers, also sacred for the Mayans - with pristine and refreshing crystal-clear waters. You will be surrounded by glamorous tropical vegetation, which will provide you with an awe-inspiring scenery while you perform the Mayan sacrifice jump into the cenote from one of its cliffs.
    You will have time to swim, snorkel, explore, and relax in this natural sanctuary of exquisite natural beauty. Our professional guides will accompany you at all times, and they will share interesting stories with you about the importance of these places for the wellbeing of the local indigenous communities. Finally, they will let you know how you can make a difference by helping the preservation of these natural wonders.
    Approximate duration: 1 hr.

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    Tulum Xtreme with discount best price reserve zip line rappel ruins snorkel

    Tulum Xtreme ZIP LINE Rappel Snorkel Mayan Ruins 

    with Tulum Ruins Visit  Prices with discount     
    1 Adult  us 96   click to reserve 1      
    2 Adults us 186   click to reserve 2 save
    3 Adults us 276   click to reserve 3 save
    4 Adults us 364   click to reserve 4 save

    Without Tulum 
    archaeological site  us  88 fill form below

    ZIP Line Adventure Snorkel Riviera Maya

    Join us on the perfect combination of culture and adventure tour inside the natural beauties of the Riviera Maya. We will take you to the heart of the Maya land and the majestic archeological site of Tulum with its spectacular views over the Caribbean waters.

    Experience the thrill of flying 20m ( 66 ft ) over the jungle canopy in our 580 m . ( 1,930 ft .) long zip-line circuit. The longest zip-line 260m ( 865 ft ) is the longest and fastest in the region!

    We will prepare and gear you up to rappel 18m ( 60 ft.) into the depths of an underground river.

    Swim and snorkel while exploring the astounding rock formations of a mystical Mayan cenote. (wells) 

    A delicious mexican lunch surrounded by the sounds of nature will await you at the end of your jungle adventure.

    Travel back in time and admire the beauty of the archeological site of Tulum, where a certified guide will make you feel part of history while you tour around this ceremonial center.
    Our guides will accompany you at all times sharing information regarding local traditions, flora and fauna, making sure you experience an XTREME day.

    This tour includes:
    Transportation in air-conditioned van, professional bilingual guide, entrance fees, climbing and snorkeling equipment, lunch and beverages, insurance, taxes.

    What to bring : Comfortable clothes and footwear, water shoes, sunglasses and a hat, bathing suit, extra T-shirt, towel, only BIODEGRADABLE sunscreen and mosquito repellent, extra cash (tips, pictures and souvenirs).

    Important recommendations: Basic swimming skills required. This tour is not suitable for people with severe physical or motor handicap, serious heart problems, pregnant women or people who are not able to handle moderate physical activity. Weight limits 120 kg or 270 pounds . Children over the age of 6 may participate under the responsibility and direct supervision of a responsible parent or family member. People under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to participate in this tour.

    Duration : Approximately 8 hours from pick up to drop off at your hotel
    ULUM EXTREME - Tulum Xtreme

    People comments on tripadvisor:
    We went on the Mayan Adventure tour offered in the pamphlets in the hotel. My husband and myself and our 4 teens all enjoyed the day. You get picked up at your hotel and driven to Yal Kul lagoon for the first snorkel. This is an underground river joining the ocean. Saw Turtles and a Barracuta. Quite a swim out to the reef though so we wre moving alot and I would have preferred to have had more time in the lagoon with the colourful fish.
    the next place was a cenote cave and that was exciting. Just an open cave, no tunnels or anything too scary. Beautiful! Last was an open cenote and the ritual sacrifice of jumping 35 feet into the lake. Well I used the stairs.... Lunch included and it was a great day.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

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    Warning for Novel H1N1 Flu in Mexico Removed

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Warning for Novel H1N1 Flu in Mexico Removed May 2009 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Current Situation -- CDC Recommendations -- Swine flu a big lie ! -- You always welcome to Magic Resorts

    To all our clients: CDC has been monitoring the ongoing outbreak of novel H1N1 flu in Mexico and, with the assistance of the Mexican authorities, has obtained a more complete picture of the outbreak. There is evidence that the Mexican outbreak is slowing down in many cities though not all. In addition, the United States and other countries are now seeing increasing numbers of cases not associated with travel to Mexico. Finally, the risk of severe disease from novel H1N1 virus infection now appears to be less than originally thought.

    CDC Recommendations ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    At this time, CDC has removed its recommendation that U.S. travelers avoid travel to Mexico. CDC continues to recommend that travelers visiting Mexico take steps to protect themselves from getting novel H1N1 flu.
    Swine flu a big lie ! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    is swine flu a big lie just to get compulsory vaccination and make the drug companies a lot of money...

    is swine flu really swine flu...3000 american die from the normal flu every month...flu changes as a virus all the time...so a new flu is some thing that is always happening...one possibility maybe that this new strain of flu has been given the name of swine flu and is questionable as to wether it is linked to pigs but could be linked to birds...they then scare the hell out of everyone and then make a law saying everyone has to be vaccinated with a vaccine that any doctor that knows about viruses knows that there is no vaccine or anti viral that can work if this is a new strain..

    You always welcome ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    I just wanted to let you know that all is just fine in PLAYA DEL CARMEN AND CANCUN and to pass this information to everyone you know. We look forward to you, your family and clients coming to enjoy all the beauty and fun RIVIERA MAYA has to offer. Cheers,

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    Quinta Palmera Playa del Carmen Adult only hotel

    Quinta Palmera is a new concept of boutique hotel; modern & chic for adults only. It has 6 luxurious suites, finely decorated in a true Mexican vanguard style; where comfort & magnificence are well combined. Located in the best area of the renown 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen; you will enjoy a warm & kind service that redefines personalized service and that will guarantee an unforgettable stay with us.

    Standard Suite
    SERVICES AMENITIES Jetted tub in bathroom King size bed AC 26" plasma tv with cable Ipod dock station Laptop with wireless connection Safe deposit box Glycerin soap Body lotion Shampoo Shower cap Disposable slippers Bubble bath Fan

    SUITE 1
    SUITE 2
    Includes Continental Breakfast and the use of chairs & umbrellas at Mamita's Beach Club. Rates per room per night in double occupancy. Rates do not include taxes (12%).

    5ª Av. Esq. Calle 30 norte Tel: +52 (984) 803 5007

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    Flu Free travel Warranty in CANCUN and Riviera Maya

    FLU FREE WARRANTY: New Warranty when you visit Cancun and Riviera Maya, hotels offer free travel for 3 years full vacation again if you get swine flu

    Due to the sharp drop in tourists arrivals, the hotels in Cancun and Riviera Maya, the country's top tourist destinations, announced they would fully refund travelers' vacation expenses if they contract the virus during their vacation in the Caribbean country.

    "If the symptoms of the virus appear within 14 days of his or her departure from the country, than that person, along with a travel companion, is entitled to three years of free vacation, hotelier Fernando Garcia Zalvidea said.

    He said the aim is to boost hotel occupancy that has fallen by 20 percent since the outbreak of the flu.

    He added that as of Tuesday consortiums accounting for more than 5,000 guestrooms, including some four and five-star hotels, have signed on to the money-back promotion.

    Zalvidea said all the hotels participating in the campaign are stepping up anti-flu measures.

    He said visitors would now enjoy more privileges, including big discounts and entertainment packages.

    "There's never been a better opportunity than now to visit a tourist destination in Mexico; rates are available that are 50 percent lower than the original cost," he said.

    Mexico's most popular coastal resorts does not have a single confirmed case of the A(H1N1) virus, Health Minister Jose Angel Cordova said Wednesday.

    He said Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Zihuatanejo and Los Cabos, popular tourists destinations on the Pacific coasts, have no swine flu cases.

    Mexic coast destinatios are free of swine flu, enjoy Mexico at cheaper prices than ever

    HOTEL HACIENDA VISTA REAL Riviera Maya, México us 70/night by room EP

    Boutique hotel Quinta Palmera Playa del Carmen 40% discount

    Riu Lupita Playacar 70/pax AI

    MAGIC BLUE HOTEL Boutique Playacar us 60 / pax MAGIC EXPRESS Playa del Carmen 25us/pax

    COCO BAY Playa del Carmen us 35/ pax



    NH RIVIERA MAYA 85/pax

    LE MERIDIEN CANCUN 100us/room EP

    DREAMS CANCUN 90us /px AI

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    Condominios in Cancun Downtown sell buy rent investment propertie

    Villalta, Condominios in Cancun Downtown

    Villalta cancun condo as nature itself, has been created for harmony. In a 3.7. acre spaces, located in the exclusive residential area of El Table, in Cancún, the project has been inspired by the perfect simplicity of the best things in life.

    In Villalta Cancun Condo we go beyond searching for comfort; we have fostered it since the original idea of the project. Beyond reaching harmony, we have managed to convey it, in every detail. Beyond achieving the looks of a good invesment, we have the cerntainty of being one.

    Safe Invest in cancun condo, for rent for home o condo for vacation

    Beyond reflecting a renowned or celebrity status, we know that happiness will be within the people who choose to live here Naturally.
    The Property in Cancun Lagoon

    • 5 Buildings in contemporary Mexican-style architecture.
    • Elevator with direct access from the motor lobby.
    • 2 Swimming pools.
    • Paddle tennis court.
    • Jogging track.
    • Club House.
    • Gym.
    • Visitor parking.
    • The property is entirely fenced with controlled access at the main entrance and manned building entrances.

    Condos in Cancun lagoon

    • Condos from 947 to 2290 sq. ft., with 1,2 or 3 bedrooms, all with private terrace.
    • Options with maid's room.
    • Zoned air conditioning.
    • Solid inner wall construction.
    • Hurricane protection system in windows.
    • Natural ventilation in kitchen and bathrooms.
    • Kitchen with granite counter tops.
    • Contemporary designed woodwork, which combines functionality and precision with high quality finishes.
    • 2 covered parking spaces per condo, at street level, with motor lobby.
    • Private storage room at parking level.

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    Uxmal light and sound ruins archaelogical mayan site show

    Uxmal is located in the Santa Elena Valley to the south of the Pucc hill country in the southwestern part of the Mexico Yucatan Peninsula.
    Distance from Merida city to Uxmal about 60km 40 miles time 1hr, Merida is main city of Yucatan Mexico

    Enjoy our pictures of Uxmal with best photos on light and sound tour, see Uxmal videos and Reserve tour on next links:
    Uxmal and Kabah
    Uxmal is one of the most representative cities of the Mayan culture. It is 38 miles away from Merida and, at its peak, had a population of 25,000. This impressive city has a particular structure known as Puuc, typical in this area, built following a quadrangular design.

    During this tour, we will visit the Magician's Pyramid, the Quadrangle of the Nuns, the Ball Game Court, and the Governor's Palace. According to historical references, Uxmal was a walled fortress and the name means "three times built". The Magician's Pyramid is 115 feet tall and a legend says it was built in just one night. It is made up of 5 structures from different eras and is the most important edifice of this archeological zone.

    Later, we'll go south to explore Kabah, which means "the lord with the strong and powerful hand". This city is particularly known for being connected by roads or "sabec," one of which was popularly used as a path to Uxmal, located 23 miles to the north.

    Once in Kabah, we will visit the famous Arch that connects both cities. Then, we'll walk to the Great Pyramid and the stunning Temple of the Masks. This interesting journey into the Mayan world ends with a delicious lunch buffet style at the Mision Uxmal Hotel.
    Uxmal Light & Sound Show
    Once at the site we will explore its beautiful palaces declared World Heritage by the UNESCO, all of them built following a quadrangular design and connected by roads. You'll get surprised admiring its rich sculptural elements as well as with the magical legends about the origins of this city. We will walk around outstanding monuments such as: the Magician's Pyramid, the Nuns Quadrangle, the Governor's Palace and the Temple of the Masks

    Mayan city of Uxmal:
    The zone was first settled in 500 B.C., but it wasn't until the ninth and twelfth centuries A.D. that it became the seat of Mayan political and economic power in the Puuc region.

    It is estimated that a population of around twenty-five thousand inhabitants was distributed throughout a territory of 37.5 square kilometers with enormous agricultural potential, but lacking in permanent water sources. For this reasons the Mayas constructed chultunes, or underground cisterns, and complex drinking water system, including aguadas and bukteoobob for the utilization of rainwater.
    The architecture at this site is one of the most authentic examples of the Puuc style. Decorative features such as the three-dimensional masks of the god Chaac, colonnades, the two-headed jaguar, and other iconographic symbols demonstrate Uxmal's position in the most important cultural and commercial circuits of the Maya Classic Era.
    The walled civic-administrative area occupies an area of one kilometer from north to south and .6 kilometer from east to west. The place-type structures are arranged around courtyards, forming quadrangles. The decoration is among the richest and most varied of all the archaeological zones, including representations of god, animals, dignitaries, and geometric forms. There are also residential structures in the surrounding area.
    No doubt, Uxmal is considered as the most splendid archaeological site from the Pre Hispanic era on the American Continent because of the proportions of its majestic constructions decorated with delicate embossment, which are carved with elegance and precision, astounding both, scientific community and visitors, since the Mayan builders had neither metal tools nor detectable means of transportation.
          The Magician's Pyramid, located at the entrance to the site. This colossus stone is the result of five superimposed stages of building, crowned by a temple at the summit, from which you can contemplate the full grandeur of Uxmal  Photo by Claudio Contreras Koob   
          The Nun's Quadrangle, so called since the Conquest for its similarity to a convent; comprised of  four large structures resting on an artificial platform and surrounding a grand central square, 75mts long by 45mts wide. Decorated with god masks, jaguars, owls and human figures. This is the stage in which takes place the light and sound show. nun's quadrangle in uxmal archaeological zone in yucatan state, mexico
          This name was given to the VVIIth. century. It is comprised of four palaces placed at different levels, which surround the Patio.
          Its construction dates from around 900-1000 A.D. The facades offer a rich combination of decorative motifs such as lattice-work, colonnades, huts, masked representations of the Rain God, Two-headed serpents, owls, Symbols of the planet Venus, geometrical elements, human figures, naked or tied up, either sitting or standing. Quite conspicuous are the representations Tlaloc, The Rain God of Central Mexico.                     
          The Ballgame Court 
          The Cemetery Group
          The Temple of the Monuments
          The Soothsayers House, The name of this building comes from a Mayan legend known as "The Legend of the Goblin of Uxmal". The building is about 35 meters high and shaped like a truncated cone. Up till known, five different construction phases, each with a distinctive style have been discovered.
          These modifications were undertaken so as to satisfy the functional and religious need of each ensuing period. To the Westerly side one can observe Temples 1, 3, 4 and 5 which are dated between the VIIIth. century  and 1050 A.D. Towards the East lies the access to Temple 2, which dates from the VIIIth. century as does the aforementioned Temple 5.

          The Quadrangle of the Doves
          The Great Pyramid
          The Governor's Palace. Built on a stepped platform 97.5mts long by  8mts wide and 8mts high; supposedly, the residence of the most important members of the ruling class. governor's palace in uxmal/Photo by Alejandro Fernandez The visual effect of movement produced by the rain-god masks jutting out from the friezes is extraordinary, as well as the filigree formed by over twenty thousand mosaics on the facade is remarkable.       
          The House of the Turtles. This building is 30 mts. long and 10 mts. wide and is comprised of seven recincts. The decoration is sober and its smooth lower walls contrast with the colonnades that decorate the upper facade, where, throughout the length of the cornice, one can observe sculptures of turtles, who were important animals due to there association with rain and the Earth cycles. This temple was most surely dedicated to Aquiatic Cult. The architectural style corresponds to the later phase of Flourishing Puuc or Late Uxmal (900 - 1000 A.D.)     
          The Old Lady's House     
          The Temple of the Phalli (requires guide)
          The Chimez House (requires guide)
          Mask of Chac, the Rain God, 
          The Pillory Shrine. This shrine is built upon a square pedestal. There is a truncated cone - shaped monolith emplaced in the center which appears to have been stuccoed and upon which hieroglyphs and symbolic ornamentation were painted. Besides that, it is also known as the Flogging Block. There is, of course, a simplified version in which the stone represents the Central Tree ( "Axis Mundi"), the Ya' axche Cab. which is mentioned in Maya Mythology. Everything indicates that it was built around the same time as the Governors Palace. 
          Throne of the Jaguar. Each side of the platform is 4.85 meters long and 1.20 meters high. It has steps on al four sides. A sculpture of a Two Headed jaguar, which served as a throne, is placed in the middle. Diggings made between 1951 - 52 made its restoration possible and also brought to light a valuable offering from its interior. 913 pieces were found, including beads, pectorals, Jade earring, earthenware, Cornaline, polished black stone, spear heads, and Flint and Obsidian knives.
          Great Pyramid, or Temple of the Macaws. This truncated pyramid is made up of nine sections, built on  different levels; the upper part known as the Temple of the Macaws because these tropical birds are depicted in the decoration, together with ornamental frets and fillets with entwined snakes, grotesque animal mask. etc. This pyramid probably dates to the mid 8th Century.  

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    Cruise Belice yacht charter sailboat

    Cruising and Chartering in Belize

    Tucked between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize is the ultimate cruising experience. It is the mecca for the yachtsmen and Garden of Eden for the water sports enthusiast. Warm, emerald waters, gentle trade winds, protected anchorages and unsurpassed diving on the hemisphere's largest barrier reef translate into adventure experience you won't soon forget.
    Belize is for cruising, as cruising should be. The famed barrier reef stretches almos 185 miles from north to south along the county's coastline. Full of unexplored territory, uninhabited cayes and intriguing little islands fringes with sugar-like sand beaches, the list of attributes is as ling as the barrier reef. It's simple a paradise found for boaters. Chartering a cruising sailboat is best of those who want to discover new places. No worries about taking the kids, who can explore tropical islands and can snorkel and fish along the reef.

    The barrier reef creates the breakwater for inner channel. Coral formations flourish with marine life and natural beauty along the reef. More than 70 types of coral and over 400 species of fish call these waters home. Rare birds soar above the surface amid the tropical nirvana. East of the reef are magnificent atolls and tempting anchorages from Ambergris Caye heading south to the Sapodilla Cayes. Belize is blessed of having three of the four atolls in the Americas. Turneffe Islands Atoll is the jewel-like string of coral islands reminiscent of the south pacific. Farther seaward, Lighthouse Reef Atoll is noted for the renowned Blue Hole and Half Moon Caye Natural Monument with its trails and bird observation tower. Glover's reef, the third atoll is located southeast of Turneffe.
    Charter companies in Belize City, Ambergris Caye and Placencia provide crewed and bareboat charters. Crewed charters offer the convenience of a captain and crew while self-sufficient passengers navigate the boat themselves on bareboat charters. Bareboat chartering is only allowed inside the reef. Local skippers can be hired for venturing inside and outside atolls. Snorkelers will find a myriad of lovely places to explore. Remember to be cautious. Never snorkel where there is a boat activity in the channel.

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    EcoTulum Resorts Azulik Hotel Copal Cabns Zahra Spa

    With the white sand beaches, the turquoise blue of the Caribbean, and the emerald green of the tropical jungle, EcoTulum is the ideal destination for the traveler seeking a relaxing, rustic vacation by the sea. The year round tropical warmth makes for a summer retreat all year long.
    Imagine the Caribbean Sea, a beachside cabana without electricity or telephones: only the sound of birds to wake you up in the morning and the murmur of sea waves to lull you to sleep at night.
    Wake up early for free hatha yoga classes or a swim in the sea, or stay in to enjoy room service in your cabana with a full view of the Caribbean Sea. Spend your days filled with activities: explore the coral reef in a sea kayak with snorkel gear to check out the details below; hike through the tropical jungle in search of spider and howler monkeys; discover ancient Mayan culture in our mystical initiations at local archaeological sites.
    Or not... spend your entire vacation hidden away in your cabaña or sunbathing on the beach. Relax with an in-room massage. Stimulate your senses with an aromatherapy reiki experience.
    EcoTulum Resorts & Spa gets you off the beaten path for a truly alternative vacation experience in our rustic, seaside eco-hotels.
    Tired of stuffy all inclusives? Get ready for an exotic vacation in Tulum.
    Cabañas Copal was one of three Tulum hotels recommended by Travel + Leisure magazine in their 10 Great Places to Spend Christmas 2001 article.
    Couples, wedding groups, school groups, gay and lesbian travelers, families and single travelers will all enjoy the area and be comfortable in one of our 3 properties.
    EcoTulum is a concept that goes beyond place and time. We have a vision and a philosophy of life that we wish to transmit in our Resorts through our services.
    Located in different latitudes, they are united by the same principle: to provide spiritual and physical harmony, bringing it to a universal level.
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    Copal & Zahra do NOT charge an additional fee for children
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    15 luxury hardwood villas with a spectacular sea view. This is a clothing optional resort...perfect for honeymooners and couples seeking a relaxing, romantic vacation. Azulik in Tulum is unlike anywhere you´ve ever stayed before. Get ready for something new.
    Cabanas CopalCabanas Copal
    47 eco-rustic, clothing optional cabañas by the sea, ideal for the traveler who enjoys a rustic and ecological hotel in a natural environment. Cabañas Copal in Tulum gets you off the beaten path for a truly alternative vacation experience in our rustic, candlelit eco-hotel. Our cabañas are nestled in the tropical jungle by the Caribbean sea.
    22 rooms and cabañas nestled between two private beaches. Electric lighting is provided from sundown to 11 p.m. Zahra provides a less rustic experience, while still being surrounded by tropical palms and white sandy beaches.
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    Caribbean cheff expo trade show Jamaica, Puerto Rico St. Lucia St. Maarten

    13 Caribbean culinary teams come to share their skills, ingenuity, and creativity at Taste of the Caribbean.

    The competition features 13 teams of Caribbean chefs, each of whom won local culinary contests in their home countries. The teams will participate in qualifying rounds of "live kitchen" competitions, preparing a three-course meal in under four hours, using a "mystery basket" of ingredients that is kept secret until the competition begins.

    The competing culinary teams are from Anguilla, Antigua, Barbados, BVI, Curacao, Grenada, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia, St. Maarten/St. Martin, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago and USVI.

    Watch these masters at work, as they sift, chop, sauté, reduce, and garnish indigenous Caribbean ingredients to create artistic, mouth-watering delicacies, right before your very eyes, in a live-kitchen environment. Complete the experience by signing up to eat at the lunch or dinner cook-offs, paired with wines.

    Taste is not only about the competitions – educational sessions and demonstrations will provide you the latest information about food and beverage trends and tips that you can implement at your property!

    Save $100.00 – Early Bird fees are available until May 8th.

    Registration fees for hoteliers and food and beverage delegates is US$175.00 before May 8, 2009. CHTA hotel members – remember you can pay the conference fees using your unsold rooms (and with dates of your choosing; blackout dates are allowed). Tabletop fees are US$750.00 plus $175.00 per exhibitor delegates. Registration fees for all other member categories us US$275.00 before May 8, 2009.

    Registration includes access to educational sessions, demonstrations, competitions, opening reception, awards breakfast, one lunch and the closing dinner. The competition meals (lunch and dinner) are not included on the registration fee and can be purchased for $50.00 per ticket.

    Join us to celebrate Caribbean contemporary cuisine.



    Promotion Temptation sexiest adult resort daypass Los Cabos Cancun

    Day pass 9 to 17 all inclusive
    The new, 384-room Temptation Resort Spa welcomes singles and couples to a contemporary take on the all-inclusive holiday. A hip vibe is the hallmark, this beachfront adult resort where the over-21 atmosphere allows guests to invigorate and refresh in a vibrating atmosphere Amenities include three swimming pools (topless optional) each with a different theme (action packed, quiet and sports), Jacuzzis, beach, six restaurants, five bars, fitness center, spa, salon, nightly entertainment, room service, 24-hour meal service and a daily activity program. A unique Adult Only ambience and concept for 21+ Deluxe Cancun Resort accommodations 24 Hours All Inclusive meal service, including: A la Carte and Buffet breakfast, A la carte and Buffet Lunch, Day and nighttime snacks, Gourmet dining at three specialty restaurants (Reservation required for some outlets), Low carb, vegetarian and healthy options available at most restaurants Room service for continental breakfast 24-hour selected premium brand alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage service included; sommelier’s selection of wines available for an additional surcharge Daily fun, daring and adventurous adult activities from non-motorized water sports and beach-sports; scuba diving demonstrations at the pool; pool games to contests filled with temptations lead by resort “Temptation Cast Members” tea Nightly hotel entertainment designed with live music, live shows, contests; daily DJ spinning; in-house dancing facilities and much more Sports and video bar furnished and equipped with Cable TV, billiards, video games, darts and table games Hotel taxes and gratuities included Seven outdoor Jacuzzis Three swimming pools (topless optional): one is the heartbeat of the resort, filled with all the action and a sexy ambiance. The second is the sports pool, where all the sports activities take place - from water polo to pool volleyball.
    The third is the relaxing pool, where quiet is on the menu! Fully equipped gym 5-Star Cancun Spa featuring an extensive menu of treatments Newly decorated lobby featuring new artwork and sculptures and services including – high speed Internet facilities, silver shop and a travel agency. Beauty Salon Cancun Tours Desk
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    Sexiest beach club Cancun drinks girls contest daypass

    Every night Bikini Contest with 1000usd in prizes Live DJ Poolside Music Open Bar
    Playa Cabana features 27 cabanas with capacity for six people each offering a minimalist and exotic caribbean design. With capacity for 6 people, each cabana is equipped with a complete sound system, audio controls and water misters to refresh yourself while you get the perfect suntan.
    Gourmet Menu Beach Club Playa Cabana has prepared an exclusive menu for each demanding and personal taste. Enjoy our delicious appetizers like sushi, fresh salads and more… Don't forget to try any of the exotic cocktails offered while you let your skin tan under a swaying palm.
    APPETIZERS Fried Taquitos 4pz Chicken or Angus beef fried taquitos accompanied with guacamole and Mexican salsa Chicken Angus / Beef Crispy Shrimp, Chicken or Beef Pop Corn Accompanied with creamy ponzu sauce and sunomono Shrimp / Chicken / Beef Chicken Curry Quesadilla Accompanied with chipotle sauce and raita SALADS House Salad Mixed greens, fresh apples, roasted nuts, cherry tomatoes, crispy pancetta with maple Dijon dressing Caribbean Salad Mixed greens, raspberries, goat cheese, sun flowers seeds with mango chipotle dressing Mayan Caesar Salad Pumpkin seed, Caesar dressing and garlic croutons with Chicken / with Shrimp SUSHI ROLLS & HAND ROLLS Dragon Roll Breaded shrimp, avocado and spicy mayonnaise Rainbow Salmon, tuna, shrimp, avocado and kanikama Salmon Skin Roll Roasted salmon skin, avocado, cucumber with furikake Cancun Roll Surimi, avocado, cream cheese, mango and eel sauce Caribbean Roll Lobster tempura, avocado, cucumber, red bell peppers with wasabi cream sauce Veggies Roll Choice of season vegetables Oysters Tempura Roll Fresh oysters tempura, lettuce, avocado with basil wasabi sauce CEBICHES & CARPACCIOS Cebiche Caribeño Scallops, bay shrimp and salmon marinated with lime juice Octopus Cucumber Cebiche Special Chef's recipe Shrimp Agua Chile Beef Carpaccio Seared beef filet, spicy sesame vinaigrette Fresh Fish Tiradito Catch of the day, Red onions, cilantro, lime juice, tomatoes and cilantro vinaigrette Thai Cebiche Fresh yellow tail marinated with lemon grass and Asian seasoning Rainbow Carpaccio Tuna, salmon and yellow tail with ponzu cilantro sauce WRAPS & TACOS (Choice of side dressings: creamy habanero, pico de gallo, creamy chipotle or salsa mexicana) Caribbean Tacos Flour tortillas with fish fingers, cilantro, onions, mixed greens and habanero pepper sauce Fish / Lobster / Oysters / Shrimp BBQ Chicken Taco Flour tortillas, BBQ chicken, cole slaw served with raspberry chipotle BBQ sauce Chipotle Caesar Taco Pita bread, romaine lettuce, grilled chicken, parmesan cheese and Caesar dressing Chicken / Lobster / Shrimp / Fish Greek Taco Pita bread, mixed lettuce, red onion, olives, prosciutto, fetta cheese, bell peppers, grilled egg plant with Greek dressing Chicken Curry Taco Pita bread, grilled chicken, lettuce and creamy curry dressing and raita Mexican Wrap Flour tortilla, Angus beef fajitas, lettuce and avocado creamy sauce Angus beef / Chicken / Shrimp / Lobster Roast Beef Wrap Pita bread, roast beef, crispy onions, lettuce and creamy horse radish Cheese Burger Taco Pita bread, beef patty, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cheddar cheese, dill pickles and special dressing Oriental Taco Stir fry teriyaki chicken, oriental vegetables and cilantro peanut dressing Teriyaki Chicken / Angus Beef Veggie Taco Lettuce, vegetables, grilled tofu, alfalfa sprouts and house dressing SANDWICHES (Choice of French fries, curly fries or cole slaw) Cabana Club Sandwich White bread, turkey, ham, tomatoes, jack and cheddar cheese, bacon and lettuce Mediterranean Sandwich Focaccia, prosciutto, lettuce, grilled bell peppers, zucchini, and fresh mozzarella cheese with basil balsamic dressing Fish Sandwich Fresh baguette, breaded fish fingers, lettuce and chipotle ranch dressing Beach Boy Sandwich Grilled arrachera, bell peppers, onions and pine nut avocado dressing on a French bread Ruben's Sandwich Rye bread, corned beef, sauerkraut and jalapeño jack cheese Roast Beef Sandwich Fresh roll, roast beef, crispy onions, lettuce with creamy horse radish dressing

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