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Recent Caribbean reviews

  • Amazing Ocean Views - great breezes - PERFECT !

    "This condo exceeded all expectations. The accommodations were perfect - clean, well appointed and convenient. We loved the golf cart which was furnished. We were able to explore all the wonderful beaches the owner told us about. The kitchen was fabulous. The owners did not skimp on furnishing the kitchen. Thank you! The views from the balconies with the wonderful ocean breezes were therapeutic. We leave tomorrow. I don't want to go. I would highly recommend this condo."
    Guest: Wendy L. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 2, 2015
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  • Home away from home

    "The pictures on this site do not do justice to Nadia & Terrou's place. It's beautiful, well decorated and cozy. We were a group of eight and really stretched the "comfort" aspect since this is typically an accommodation for 6 adults. Our group took turns on the pull-out couch because that was the most uncomfortable part about this place. The place is well stocked with linens and towels. We found ourselves using the washer and dryer quite often although a couple of clothing items got mauled by the dryer. However there's a veranda attached to the master bedroom that we used sometimes to dry clothes. The kitchen is cooking friendly for most part. My only crib is that the cooking utensils feel dated and cheap; some of them melted at the slightest heat. If you are a bit of a cook, you might want to bring a spatula and a slotted spoon of your own. Groceries on the islands are expensive in general but cooking is still cheaper than eating out. The pool attached to the property was a fun extra as we were mostly beach bums. It's a nice place to chill for a couple hours, small and quite desolate but charming. Location, location, location. This is why we picked this place and it paid off. The Super Value grocery store is a hop away, RBC, Wendy's Pizza and if you walk a bit on West Bay street or even take the #10 jitney you will find plazas and strips. There are a few beaches within walking distance: cute small one to the right of the main roundabout, much larger one with picturesque pier and gazebo towards Sandyport. Better beaches on the Cable Beach resort strip. The jitney goes all the way to Love Beach from downtown and there numerous public beaches between those two point. If you're adventurous, you'll visit them all. There are also several places to visit on the jitney route like Arawak Cay, the Adastra zoo, Melia straw market and the Caves. If you get to the Caves by noon, you'll find Richard & Andrea's food truck selling delicious Bahamian fare like curry chicken and mutton stew. We went twice just for it. Super Value's prepared meals also have a nice local touch and are good value. Nadia and Terrou are very amiable and friendly. While Nadia picked us up from the airport, we didn't get a chance to meet Terrou. However, they both were very responsive by email and we bothered Nadia with questions a few times when we stayed here. I would recommend this place to anyone visiting Nassau the first time and I would pick it again on my next trip."
    Guest: raindanseuse Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 13, 2015
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  • Very Nice!!

    "We really enjoyed our time at this house. Pros: Secluded Location WiFi Great property managers Great View Well stocked with beach items Cons: That drive up to the house gets a little old No television (only an issue if weather stinks) No laundry Overall we really liked the house. The drive is a bit intimidating the first time, but once you do it once or twice and feel confident your vehicle can make it, it's not too bad. It does get a little old though because it is not a quick drive and is quite rough. You will absolutely need 4WD to make it. The neighbors down the hill could be heard on occasion. Music from Indigo restaurant could be heard Saturday night, but was over by 12am or so. Could have a little better furniture indoors, but the sectional on the deck was great. Access to laundry would be nice, especially for beach towels and bath towels, after a few days, they need washed. Loved all the travel guides/books available, I used them every day. This is definitely for those that want to be off the beaten path and away from it all. But, Coral Bay has several restaurants only a few minutes away, making it a great location. The property managers Cathy and Clark were great and stopped in to check on us a couple of times."
    Guest: pursifull14 Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 24, 2015
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  • Beautiful Retreat!!!!

    "The Cottage was even more beautiful than we expected! So many perfect details from the beautiful decor and french doors to the beach towels and chairs, kitchen stocked with coffee, tea, sugar, condiments, etc. We were welcomed with a beach bag filled with snacks and a bottle of rum. The cottage had fresh island flowers throughout. The view is amazing, the location is private and serene, yet a short drive to town. It was the perfect place for a much needed vacation. Seng was a wonderful host. We would definitely stay here again in a heart beat!"
    Guest: TMark Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 21, 2015
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Mexican Caribbean Travel Tips

Finding Your Way to Mexican Caribbean Vacation Rentals

The primary airport on the Mexican Caribbean coast is in Cancun. Over the years, Cancun has become a vibrant resort vacation destination that is popular with international travelers. Cancun International Airport has regular daily flights with most major cities in the United States. There are also regular commercial flights to major European cities such as London, Paris, Frankfurt and Madrid. Many national air carriers from South America also have scheduled flights from cities such as Sao Paolo, Lima, Caracus and Bogota. Because of its good flight connections, Cancun often serves as a travel hub for European travelers visiting Central America and the Caribbean. Cancun has a state-of-the-art cruise port where many international cruise liners dock for a few days as part of their cruises. Guests disembark to enjoy the stunning beaches and excellent shopping opportunities in the region.

Best Time of Year to Travel to Mexican Caribbean Villas

Mexico's Caribbean coastline enjoys a warm tropical climate. There is little seasonal difference in the temperatures. The main seasonal difference is in the amount of rainfall that occurs and the resulting higher levels of humidity. The coastline is susceptible to tropical storms that sometimes blow through in the late summer months of August and September. This is traditionally the low tourist season. For all other times of the year, there is a consistent influx of travelers to Mexico's Caribbean coast. The peak travel season is often in December when the weather is a little more temperate and there are lower levels of humidity. The peak season often extends to April and includes the Easter vacation period.

Activities and Attractions at Mexican Caribbean Resort Rentals

Some of the main attractions on the Mexico Caribbean coastline are the many superb resorts that are concentrated there. Many of these resorts offer vacations on an all-inclusive basis where guests can enjoy a wide range of facilities and sporting activities. Water sports centers have windsurfers, sea kayaks, paddle skis, Jet Skis and boats available so guests can enjoy the warm tropical waters. Volleyball and racquetball sets are also set up on the beachfront. Tournaments and various other activities and excursions are frequently arranged by the resorts. Most of the resorts are concentrated in Cancun and on the nearby island of Cozumel.

This stretch of Mexico's coast is home to one of the world's largest barrier reefs. It extends from the top of the Yucatan Peninsula down the length of the country and then still further south to Belize and Guatemala. This reef provides excellent diving and has sites suitable for both novice and advanced divers. For those who prefer to snorkel, there are many sections of shallow reefs off the coast of Cancun and Cozumel where you can go on a snorkeling excursion. The area is also home to some of the most significant Mayan temples and ruins. Guided tours provide insight into the ancient Aztec culture and traditions. Many of the ruins are set amongst dense tropical foliage and just getting there is an adventure in itself. For travelers looking for a quieter vacation destination along the Mexican Caribbean coast, there are many smaller resorts further south along the coast

Sun Lovers Visit Caribbean Vacation Rentals in Mexico

Most people who travel to Mexico's Caribbean coast are attracted by the consistently warm weather, the beautiful beaches and the many activities available. There is non-stop entertainment both day and night yet you can always choose to just take a day or two to simply relax on the beach with a cocktail in your hand.

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