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Accommodating the Whole Family in a Mexico Beachfront Rental

August 31st, 2011

One of the biggest challenges to traveling with a large family is finding ways to accommodate everyone in a way that is affordable, fun, and bonding for everyone involved. It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for a Mexico beachfront rental that is equipped for your young children, or if you’re bringing together extended family from different locations around the globe, you want a place you can relax and enjoy one another’s company — without getting on one another’s nerves.


Native Flora and Fauna: The Eco Village of Troncones, Mexico

August 24th, 2011

Regardless of whether you’re staying in Troncones for a few days or a few weeks, it’s definitely in your best interest to take some time to enjoy the local flora and fauna here. For centuries, Troncones has stood as a small fishing village, where people have enjoyed quiet lives in tune with nature. Even today, it is largely untouched by the commerce and tourism of the neighboring metropolitan centers, which means you get to sample the focus on nature that is still relevant to area residents.


Mexico Beach Weddings: Personal and Completely Custom at a Fraction of the Cost!

August 10th, 2011

These days, the average wedding costs upwards of $20,000. In fact, with the exception of a house, cars, and your childrens’ college educations, your wedding represents one of the most important purchases you will ever make as a couple. From finding that perfect dress to tracking down a venue, caterer, and band, there’s quite a bit of time involved, as well. Most brides and grooms spend up to a year planning their big day — and, by comparison, just a few months devising the perfect honeymoon to go along with it.


Christmas in Zihuatanejo: Mexico Vacation Villa for the Whole Family!

August 4th, 2011

Spending Christmas in Mexico is one of those things many people dream about — and with good reason. The weather along Mexico’s western coast is ideal during the month of December, with a warm glow in the mid-80s and just enough humidity to make the atmosphere seem tropical, but not stifling. Since most travelers are on their way from up north, where cold weather and even snow prevail, this represents a welcome change in climate.


High Season at Casa de la Sirena in Troncones Mexico

July 28th, 2011

Mexico vacation travel is fun any time of the year, but most people flock to the sandy beaches and sunny shores during the high season. Running from mid-November through Easter, this is the time of the year when the warm weather, low-key atmosphere, and luxury amenities appeal the most to vacationers. There is no better time to step away from the winter blahs and enjoy a family getaway than during this busy, holiday season when the Mexican coast is at its peak.


Mexico’s Best-Kept Secret: The Tranquil Troncones Beach Resort

June 22nd, 2011

Troncones Mexico villa suiteMexican beach villas have always been one of those vacations that many people dream of, but few see through to the end. That’s because there are any number of imagined obstacles in the way. Whether you think the price isn’t right or if you imagine it’s the type of place where only the young and adventurous have fun, we’re here to let you know that Mexico can be quiet, relaxing, and friendly on your wallet.

When you choose a beach resort in Troncones, you can set your own pace and create your own itinerary—and you can do it for much less than you probably expect.


Mexican Eco-Tours

June 15th, 2011

Beach sunset in Troncones MexicoIf you enjoy travel but want to do it in a way that is ecologically responsible, eco-tours are a great vacation choice. From wildlife adventures to excursions that make contributions to local ecological societies, you can enjoy the native flora and fauna without damaging it for future generations. Here at Casa de la Sirena, we fully support eco-tourism and are proud to offer it as part of our list of services.

Most Mexico vacation villas are all about getting away and enjoying some time on the beach with a drink in hand—and there’s nothing wrong with that scenario. But if you’re looking for something a little bit beyond the traditional tropical vacation, we have the Mexico eco-tours you want.