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Helen asks…

Travelling to Mazatlan in early April?

We’ll be staying at Riu Emerald Bay with my spouse & 2 young children. Has anyone stayed at this all inclusive resort? Reviews? Any suggestions? Thanks.

Tijuana answers:

You could look at a number of reviews at Trip Adviser for reviews.

As you know La Semana Santa begins April 17th and Mazatlan will be packed with Tourists from the highlands in Mexico city. I have attached a link to give you an idea just how crowded.
Before that event , you will have the beach almost to yourselves. Most foreign tourists are dissapointed and I have even heard of people not getting the room they expected and were put in a hotel room without a view.
Suerte PS will give a very good idea of what to expect.

Lizzie asks…

Resort suggestions down south?

I need suggestions for an allinclusive resort. Five star preferably. I heard that the food in Mexico is not bad. Any and all suggestions welcome!

Tijuana answers:

The Hamanasi Adventure and Dive Resort in Belize is great. Tripadvisor reviews:

John asks…

Food at All Inclusive Resorts?

I heard that the food at the ALL Inclusive resorts tends to be stale and infested with flies, as it set in open environs throughout the day ? Is this true in Cabo ?

Tijuana answers:

This is true at some places, but not all. That is why I really strongly suggest you work with an good travel agent who knows this area. Then they can make sure that you are knowing what you are getting into.

The quality of food, service and beverages will vary strongly from hotel to hotel. This information you aren’t going to easily find online of which is which. Sure you can look at online reviews, but really you have to take some of these with a grain of salt. I mean if you see one with excessive bad reviews then it’s a safe bet to stay away of course. Overall though photos can be very deceiving….

All Inclusive means all meals/beverages generally. All Inclusive doesn’t determine it to be good food/beverages. This is where the agent comes in. If you find yourself a good one, then we can help you in picking the right place for you not only when it comes to food/service/beverages/activities, but what property we feel will best fit you.

Also starting Jan 8th 2007 it will be required for all US citizens to have a valid passport for Mexico, Canada, Caribbean, S. America, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, Etc. Passport centers are backed up and it can take 4 – 12 weeks to get it, depending on where your application is sent to which you have no control over.

Let me know if there is anything else I can do to help you otherwise have a Fantastic time in Cabo!

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