All-Inclusive Vacation on Private Beachfront in Punta de Mita
This vacation includes:
- Round-trip airfare
- 4 or 7 nights of all-inclusive Royal junior suite accommodations at The Royal Suites Punta Mita by Palladium
- All meals (unlimited à la carte dining) and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic)
- In-room mini-bar, restocked daily
- Butler service and 24-hour room service
- Complimentary internet access<p>
The Royal Suites Punta Mita by Palladium is set across a stretch of private Pacific coastline on the northern side of Banderas Bay. The waterfront location makes the resort ideal for snorkeling, surfing, and windsurfing—all of which you can do as part of the all-inclusive plan in this deal. The adults-only resort also offers buffet and specialty restaurants, five swimming pools (one saltwater), and a late-night discotheque.
You can try various international cuisines at the resort’s restuarants: try teppanyaki or sushi beneath a thatched roof at Bambu Restaurant, or enjoy savory slabs of ribs at the open-air TexMex Restaurant.
Vapor baths, jacuzzis, and organic body treatments infused with clay and aromatic essential oils are highlights of the on-site Zentropia spa. Some spa services require an additional fee.
Riviera Nayarit, Mexico: Rainforest, Beaches, and Rustic Pueblos in Up-and-Coming Resort Area
Named one of the World’s Sexiest Affordable Destinations by Travel + Leisure, the Riviera Nayarit begins about 20 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta and stretches more than 100 miles along Mexico’s Pacific coast. Its varied landscape of white-sand beaches and lush mountains opens you up to a wide range of outdoor activities, including horseback riding along the shore and ziplining through the rainforest canopy. Visit one of the fishing towns strung along the coast for a chance to catch some of the area’s choice black marlin and sailfish.
There are many seaside hamlets along the Riviera Nayarit, and the charming village of La Cruz de Huanacaxtle stands out for its diverse dining scene. You can peruse the local tiendas for fresh groceries or drop into one of the restaurants to enjoy a night of live jazz, Spanish flamenco, or Latin fusion. On Sundays, the town’s farmers’ market is a must-visit for its organic produce and locally made wares.
It’s easy to enjoy the laid-back pace of Riviera Nayarit, but if you want to spice things up, first-rate nightlife, restaurants, and cultural attractions await in nearby Puerto Vallarta. The pace picks up on the Malecon, Puerto Vallarta’s sculpture-studded, seaside boardwalk, which buzzes with street musicians, buskers, and food vendors hawking skewered shrimp and spicy corn.