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Private Yoga Retreats: Take Your Yoga Business to the Next Level

June 14th, 2012

When you own a yoga studio or facility, it can be difficult to find that perfect balance between the service you offer and the need to run a profitable business. Because yoga is so often equated with the shared experience of health and wellness, as well as the value of community, some people consider it mercenary for a yoga studio to actively promote or market their facility.


Mexico Vacation Rentals Offer a Wide Variety of Activities

June 12th, 2012

Our last post talked about possible vacation activities, focused on what to look for in a Mexico vacation rental. Our beach life in Troncones also offers a mix of traditional sports, eco tour adventures, and a wide variety of Mexican and seafood restaurants for your dining pleasure.

Vacation Sports

Golf and tennis seem to be the most popular sports for tourists in Mexico, and you can find facilities just about everywhere. Check in with your potential resorts to see if they have facilities on hand, or if there are clubs in the area where you can play.


What to Look for in a Mexico Beach Destination

June 7th, 2012

When it comes to booking Mexican beach rentals for your vacation, there are an almost limitless number of possibilities about where you can go and what you can do. Resorts along the Caribbean coast offer excited crowds and lots of youthful, vibrant fun. The country’s interior is filled with cultural wonders and the kind of rich history that exists nowhere else on earth. And the west coast offers a more low-key approach to beach life, with eco-tourism and surfing taking the primary honors.


Safety and Services in Troncones Mexico

June 5th, 2012

Troncones vacation rentals — or anywhere for that matter — aren’t just about having fun. They’re also about feeling secure that your whole family is safe and well-taken care of.


Family Friendly Activities for Your Mexico Beach Vacation

June 2nd, 2012

Mexico beachfront rentals aren’t just for couples and those looking for a quiet vacation full of romance and time napping in the sand. It’s becoming more and more common for families to seek out a tropical haven where they can not only enjoy the idyllic tropical backdrop, but where they can create memories with their kids that will last a lifetime.

A Typical Day in Paradise

Many people assume that a small, beachfront community won’t have enough action to keep kids happy. After all, there aren’t any water slides, roller coasters, or dolphin shows in this part of Mexico, and you won’t find a toy store or mall to entertain them if rain starts to fall.


The Ideal Group Size for Your Private Mexican Yoga Retreat

May 21st, 2012

If you’re part of a yoga class or group considering a private yoga retreat to Mexico, you’ll have quite a bit of work to do planning for your tropical getaway. In addition to the regular things like airline tickets, passports, and packing to take care of, you have to make sure the group dynamic is just right. That’s because a yoga retreat is more than just a vacation…it’s a chance to bond with others who feel the same way you do about yoga and its benefits to overall health and wellness. In fact, having the right group alongside you for the journey is almost as important as where you
go.


Mexican Beach Vacations: Shopping and Shipping Information

April 26th, 2012

One of the many reasons why a Mexico beach vacation is such a great trip idea is to enjoy the shopping opportunities. Whether you’re interested in finding gorgeous, one-of-a-kind pieces for your home, or if the idea of taking advantage of low prices appeals to you, you can find everything from textiles and ceramics to personalized artwork for sale in Mexican shops.

Shopping in the Ixtapa-Zihautanejo Region

As is the case in any geographically diverse country, every region in Mexico offers its own unique take on handcrafted goods. Guerrero, the state in which Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo, and our own Troncones reside, is famed for its ceramic plates and dinner sets, wood sculptures, ceremonial masks, and hammocks-most of which are available through the large and open-air artisan markets.