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James asks…

What is the most ideal location for 4 21 year old males to travel to in the Caribbean or Mexico?

A group of friends looking for a nice allinclusive resort for a week long vacation in May or June. Want to have a good time, but under control. Where would you recommend we travel? Aruba, Cancun, Bahahmas, Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico…those are the places we’re considering but any other recommendations are welcome. Other than recommendations of the best destination we’d also like insight on where any normal 21 year old would enjoy.

Tijuana answers:

Sosua-Cabarete, Puerto Plata, DR.
Nice beaches, water sports, nightlife, excursions, restaurants, good Resorts/Hotels, international cuisine, Golf clubs etc, etc. Many activities for you to do and not get bored.
Good luck!!
Enjoy your trip!!

Chris asks…

How much money should I take to Mexico?

Going to Cancun for two weeks at an all inclusive hotel. Thinking about maybe going for 2 excursions per week, maybe eat outside the hotel a few times..How much money should i take to be ok? Can you let me know in british pounds please?

Tijuana answers:

I bring a few hundred and my credit cards.


Maria asks…

Can someones please give some tips about travelling to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico?

I have booked a one week allinclusive package to PV this dec. Just wonder what the weather over there at this time of year,and do they pick our up at the airport or we have to take a cab?

Tijuana answers:

If you have booked a package that Includes flight and resort, your transportation would be included. You should receive a form that you have to produce when boarding your bus in Puerto Vallarta airport. If you haven’t received this yet, contact your travel agent, or whom ever you booked through. Myself, I prefer to book transportation privately through Lomas Travel. This way I get too my resort a lot quicker. The buses that the charter air companies use stop at several resorts, so can take awhile before getting too yours.
At the Puerto Vallarta airport, you will run into lots of people trying to offer discount prices on tours, and some will ask to see your travel papers. Most of them are trying to get you to go to a timeshare seminar. Do not stop and talk with them, or you may miss your ride. Once you have your luggage, and you clear security, don’t stop until your outside of the airport. There you will find your representative holding a sign with your flight logo on it. Once you make contact with them, follow their directions, and you will be on your way. The same goes for private transportation.
Puerto Vallarta Is a very nice holiday destination. The weather should be warm to hot most days, so take sunscreen with you.
Your resort will have all sorts of information on tours and excursions. You’ll have a great time. The airport can be a bit of a hassle, but once you get the hang of it, it’s easy to get through.

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