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Mexico Vacation Rentals: The Graduation Gift of a Lifetime

Travel package gifts are a common theme for high school and college graduates. There is something so liberating about finally getting that diploma and walking across the stage — it is a rite of passage, a shift from one chapter in life to the next, and the chance to celebrate years of hard work.

Mexico beachfront rentals are a great way to offer the new graduate in your life a chance to relax and prepare for the adventures that await them. And when you add group packages and great on-site features like those you’ll find at Casa de la Sirena, the result is a safe, fun-filled getaway that your graduate will never forget.

Why Give a Graduation Trip?

Traditionally, those few months after graduation are the only ones in which young adults have the ultimate freedom. Without a job, graduate school, mortgages, bills, or a family of their own demanding their time, new graduates are free to explore the world and their place in it.

Mexico makes a great graduation destination because of its variety of features and its accessibility from the United States. In addition to beaches, surfing, and a young and vibrant nightlife, you’ll find a wealth of educational opportunities, as well. From local arts and culture to unique ecological and archaeological sites, your graduate can choose between a relaxing getaway with friends or the chance to learn more about this unique part of the world.

Why Choose Troncones Vacation Rentals?

Troncones is a beach community located about half an hour north of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo on the west coast of Mexico. Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo are known as hotspots for graduates and young vacationers, since so much of the area is dedicated to shopping, fine dining, an active nightlife and outdoor activities. And while a mini-bus trip down to Zihuatanejo is always great for an evening or two, the relative quiet and slow pace of Troncones makes for an ideal destination for those who want safety and entertainment all wrapped in one neat, sun-soaked package.

Of course, that doesn’t mean that this Troncones beach resort is slow. In fact, there is more than enough here to keep your graduate and his or her friends entertained for weeks. In addition to world-class surfing and pristine stretches of beach, you’ll find opportunities to snorkel, kayak, mountain bike, go horseback riding, and even enjoy whale watching. And that’s just outside! In a resort setting like Casa de la Sirena, there are also numerous chances to enjoy yoga, sunset meals, and daily massages.

And because Troncones isn’t yet considered a hotspot for tourists, everything here remains low-key. The people are friendly, the restaurants cater to both locals and tourists, and the focus is on enjoying a true beach community.

Mexican Beach Rentals: Safety and Accessibility

One of the best reasons to choose Troncones as the Mexico beach resort for your new graduate is the safe atmosphere and accessibility. Regular taxi and mini-bus service makes getting to and from the nearby Ixtapa region easy, and most of the resorts here offer Internet service and modern telephone services to always stay connected. Medical facilities in nearby Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo are also some of the best you’ll find in the country.

Of course, there’s also the peace of mind that comes from group travel, which is why a Mexico vacation villa, accommodating up to 20 guests, is perfect for a graduation gift. Encourage your new graduate to travel with family members or friends, knowing that everyone will go to sleep in their shared private retreat each night.

Look beyond gift cards, electronics, and money when you’re giving graduation gifts this year. Encourage the new graduate in your life to spread some wings and explore a new culture and the fresh scent of independence. Mexico beach vacation rentals are unique and unforgettable!

Casa de la La Sirena, Troncones, Mexico Vacation Rentals (Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo)
TRONCONES GIRLS MAKE GOOD!

TRONCONES GIRLS MAKE GOOD!

Dinner with Humberto
Dinner with Humberto
BECKY'S MERMAID
BECKY’S MERMAID

This photo, “Becky’s Mermaid” is so special to me.  Doug and Becky Stow stayed with us last year.  Doug has been a fabulous painter for lots of years and this was Becky’s FIRST PAINTING!!!

And, she gave it to me!!!  She has inspired me and I am hoping to return to my painting lessons when we get back to the beach.
We  have been busily preparing for high season.  We are doing allot of upgrades, painting, re-upholstering and generally just making the private villa and 2 story bungalows “new” again.     It is beautiful now and will be even more so by the 1st of November when it is complete.
GARDEN TIME!  Yes, we are hoping for a great garden this year to accompany our chives, basil, chilis, mangoes, papayas and limons.   We have planted tomatos, squash, warm weather spinach, rosemary and red bell peppers hoping that our love of gardening and attention to the plants surpasses the challenge of the salt air that comes with being right on the ocean.  If anyone has any tips, we would love it if you would share!
We are grateful that the hurricane by passed us and Jessica and Jarrod’s sunset beachfront wedding and celebration was perfect!   Destination weddings in Mexico need not be expensive or difficult.  Just let us help!
Our “cast of regular” Mexican surfer dudes were back for their annual trip (actually, back twice) and made a great Mexico Troncones surfing video available for view on our website.  Thank you to Mike and the guys at Swellmagnet.com.
We still  have a cancellation for the private villa  over Thanksgiving week.  Make us an offer!  If you have never visited us before, this is a perfect opportunity for a romantic get-a-way or a last minute family escape.  We’ll leave the lights on!
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“where the sole hits the sand”

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