Sunshine and solitude make it the ideal destination for relaxing retreats. Tulum’s spectacular coastline is 90 minutes from the closest airport, making it a not-so-easy to get to beach. Giving visitors long stretches of cobalt blue beach and balmy breezes with only a few other people sharing your little paradise. Tulum was one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Maya, so enjoy the caves, cenotes, and historic ruins! There is also a strong New York presence in many Tulum spots — eco friendly boutique hotels, vegan restaurants, beachfront yoga classes, and indie designer stores on every corner.
Cartagena de Indias is a gem of the Caribbean coast, a fairy-tale city of romance, preserved historic beauty, clear beaches, and decadent food. I traveled to this beautiful city for 4-day trip. Cartagena's Old Town is a maze of cobbled alleys, balconies covered in bougainvillea, and massive churches that cast their shadows across leafy plazas.
Los Cabos, Mexico
Ecuador's capital city, Quito, is located high in the Andes (2,850m above sea level), squeezed between mountain peaks with hills of greenery. I loved exploring my mother's home country; the monuments and 17th-century architectural facades, picturesque plazas and magnificent churches. One of the most beautiful cities in South America, definitely a great place to visit!
Los Cabos is a tale of two Mexican towns: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo — set at the tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula. San José del Cabo is the cultural hot spot full of galleries and shops. while, Cabo San Lucas is a bustling downtown with tequila-fueled party bars. The 20-mile Tourist Corridor separates the two towns and is lined with glamorous resorts & Hotels. Los Cabos is the place to be for a great vacation!