Mexico & Caribbean Vacations

Mexico & Caribbean Vacations
Warm weather, beaches, jungles and rainforests, scuba diving and touring old Mayan temples beckon when winter wears people down. Mexico and many locations in the Caribbean tempt travelers with promises of outdoor sports, swimming and lazing on the hundreds of miles of beaches.

Eco-Lodge Rendezvous

Eco-Lodge Rendezvous is in the Dutch Antilles of the Caribbean. The lodge has 12 cottages set in the rainforest. Cottages have hot tubs on private patios, sleep up to four and include hammocks. Packages are offered that include scuba diving. The lodge has no telephones, TVs or cell phone reception. Buildings are powered through solar panels. There is a restaurant at the lodge and 70 percent of the vegetables served at the restaurant are from the on-site garden.

Eco-Lodge Rendezvous
Windwardside, Saba
Netherlands Antilles
+ 599 416 3348

Rosalie Forest Eco Lodge

Rosalie Forest Eco Lodge is on the island of Dominica (not the Domincan Republic) in the West Indies. Rosalie Forest Eco Lodge is on nine and a half acres of rainforest and jungle. Guest cottages with private showers, bathrooms porches and queen beds are spread out over the property. Hiking trails connect the buildings. The lodge offers furnished tree houses. Rosalie Forest works to incorporate green and environmentally sensitive practices running the lodge. Vacation packages that include scuba diving, horse back riding, hiking and bird watching are available to guests.

Rosalie Forest Eco Lodge
P.O. Box 1292
Newfoundland Estate
Commonwealth of Dominica
West Indies
+ 767-446 1886

Mayaland Resorts

Mayaland Resorts operates five different resort lodges throughout southern Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula. Vacation packages include tours of Mayan Temples, jungle treks, bird watching tours, scuba diving in the Gulf of Mexico or fresh water cenotes (deep pools in caves) and tours swimming with dolphins. Honeymoon packages are offered at the lodges and resorts. Rooms, suites and cabins are available.

Mayaland Resorts

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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