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9 Things You Need to Know When Booking a Trip to Punta Mita

Travel is tough right now but, here at TPS, we want to make sure that you’re prepped and ready to go once you are able to take that next big vacation. Right now we are gushing over all things Punta Mita, Mexico, and here are five things to consider when booking your next Mexico vacation to the super luxurious locale.

1-) The weather is pleasant year-round.

Punta Mita has similar weather to Hawaii in the sense that summer months are warm around 85 degrees Fahrenheit. But, that said, visiting in the winter is also a great option since temps are around 75 and a vast improvement from areas of the U.S. that are super cold!

2-) Stay at a beachfront villa.

We are absolutely star struck after seeing the beautiful photos from Casa Majani, a six bedroom, fully staffed beachfront villa. This is the perfect place to rejuvenate, once you’re ready to travel after these challenging times. The entire team is ready to spoil you with world class service, and warm, attentive, & genuine passion for making each guest’s stay memorable.

3-) The whole area is a gated community with plenty of amenities.

The ultra-lux locale is not only home to gorgeous views, but the area also boasts full service beach clubs, signature golf courses, a fitness center, and tennis club. 

4-) It’s close to the airport.

A nice perk about traveling to Punta Mita is that it’s only a quick 45-minute drive from the Puerto Vallarta airport.

5-) There’s amazing golf.

Punta Mita features two top-rated Jack Nicklaus golf courses that are sure to excite any golf enthusiast!

6-) Whale season is October through March.

According to Tracey Harlowe, Sales and Marketing Manager at Casa Majani, you can spot whales off the coast in Punta Mita, and a great view of the migration can actually be seen while relaxing poolside right at the villa.

7-) The Marietas Islands are a federally protected group of uninhabited islands, only seven miles southwest off the coast of Punta Mita.   

“Other than the Galapagos Islands, this is the only place you can find Blue Footed Boobies, named for their bright blue feet, as well as several other bird species,” says Harlowe.

8 -) Hidden Beach, a secluded beach that can only be accessed through a 50-foot long tunnel carved by the sea through the rock.  

“The area is regulated by the marine police, and one can only spend 30 minutes visiting the beach, which includes swimming to and from the boat.”

9-) Casa Majani is a great destination for family gatherings and milestone celebrations.  Weddings, family reunions, birthdays and anniversaries are some of the occasions that bring guests to Casa Majani. Majani’s expansive outdoor deck and stunning views are perfect to host celebrations of all kinds. Mariachis, dancers, jazz and Latin music performances, are some of the exciting enhancements for special occasions.   

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