Honeymoon in Mexico

South of the border there's a diverse land of beaches, turquoise bays, tropical jungles, and mysterious ancient cities.

A choice honeymoon destination, Mexico has prime locations that include Acapulco, Mexico City, Los Cabos, Puerta Vallarta, and Cancun.

Mexico’s small Caribbean island. Cancun has a lagoon that forms a natural aquarium, teeming with beautiful tropical fish for you to enjoy.

Almost any time of the day , there's no more breath-takingly beautiful place to be than this slender barrier island surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, Laguna Nichupté, and Bahía de Mujeres.

Favored by couples for its unspoiled land and water, Cancun today continues to treat guests like visiting royalty.

A water enthusiast's paradise, Cancun entices honeymooners to try all kinds of water sports.

There are places to windsurf, Jet Ski, scuba dive, snorkel, and deep-sea fish off the beautiful coastline lined with luxury hotels. Xcaret Water Park, 40 miles south, features an underground river 1,700 feet long and a chance to see dolphins. Favored by honeymooners, Cancun's hotels aim to please.

Private beach fronts, swimming pools, tennis courts, and gym facilities are offered by most.

You can also play tennis, golf on 18-hole championship courses, and escape to the ruins of Chichen Itza and El Castillo pyramid. The city of Tulum, an hour and a half from Cancun, reveals the famous Mayan treasures.

Those who want to explore another side of Mexico can take the 45-minute ferry ride to Isla Mujeres, dotted with small coastal fishing villages.

Cancun local places dish up Cajun Creole Caribbean fare or traditional Mayan dishes, which are also available. Of course there is real Mexican food, unlike its spicy southwestern analogue, this evokes a taste of Spain.

Many brides assemble an entire jewelry wardrobe on their honeymoon, arriving home with pairs of silver earrings, necklaces, and other accessories.