Memorial Day 2014 falls on Monday, May 26 this year… which means that you only have a few more days to plan how you’re going to spend it! If you’re looking to do something more exciting than a backyard BBQ or a trip to the zoo, there’s no better way to celebrate a holiday than with a fun-filled springtime vacation on the beaches of Mexico.
May is one of the best times of year to visit a Mexico beach resort. You won’t get the crowds of Spring Break or Summer Break, but you can still enjoy the beautiful springtime weather and sunshine throughout your Memorial Day 2014 vacation. All Inclusive beach resorts in top destinations like Cancun, the Riviera Maya and Los Cabos allow travelers to fully enjoy a hassle-free holiday with plenty of amenities and unbelievable scenery, not to mention a variety of options for staying cool under the warm Mexico sun.
So grab an ice cold drink and head to one of these refreshing spots during your Mexico beach vacation this Memorial Day 2014! You can cool off:
1. In the pool
From family resorts to luxury getaways, no Mexico beach resort is complete without an amazing pool area! Even better: a pool with ocean views.
2. In the Caribbean Sea
Crystal clear waters and white sands create postcard-perfect beaches all along Mexico’s Caribbean coasts. Make sure to take some pictures in the ocean to show your friends back home what they’re missing!
3. At the swim-up bar
Cocktails and a dip in the pool at the same time: double cooling action!
4. In a cenote
Cenotes are a stunning (and refreshing) natural phenomenon found only in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. They offer clear, calm fresh water that’s just perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Even better: a cenote at your resort!
5. At the water park
The very best Mexico family resorts have their very own water park where kids can have the time of their life! Water slides are perfect for cooling off from the heat of Memorial Day weekend.
This Memorial Day 2014, experience a vacation getaway at some of the world’s most breathtaking beaches when booking a stay at an All Inclusive resort in Mexico.