Packages in Monte Grande
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Monte Grande Vacation Packages
Monte Grande Vacation Packages
It is approximately 200 miles from Mexico City, the capital of Mexico.
Grab a book and a towel and relax by the seaside at one of the surrounding area's scenic beaches. Linda Beach, 25 miles to the south, and La Ropa Beach, 30 miles to the southeast, are well worth the journey.
Take some time to discover the fresh air and birdsong of the nearby natural attractions. Just 25 miles from Monte Grande is where you'll come upon Ixtapa Island, while the equally popular Manzanillo Bay lies 15 miles away.
Troncones stands 16 miles to the south of Monte Grande. Head there to enjoy Troncones Point and Majahua Point.
Organize transportation and head out to Ixtapa - Zihuatanejo, a regional center some 30 miles to the southeast of Monte Grande. This area boasts a varied list of points of interest, including Potosi Refuge, the Marina Ixtapa Golf Club and Marina Ixtapa. Delfiniti and Quieta Beach are also well worth spending time at.
An exciting way to explore this region's wilder areas is to go rock climbing or mountain climbing.
The area provides vacationers with a range of relaxing activities, such as shore fishing and picnicking.
Have you ever wanted to go parasailing? The Guerrero area is such a picturesque spot to give it a go.
If the sun is shining bright, head for the water for an afternoon of swimming or snorkeling.
If you really want to gain a further understanding of Guerrero, make sure you stop at the restaurants and cafés. Often, these are the best spots to meet friendly locals and try out common dishes.
Reward your senses with some wholesome food from the local area, which will almost certainly feature the region's characteristic ingredients, beans and pork.
Any proud foodie should be sure they try esquites (mexican corn salad) and salsa de jumiles (stinkbug salsa) before making their way to other local foods.
Order arroz con leche (rice with milk) when you have finished your main courses. This dessert is loved by residents and tourists alike.
Dos Equis will be sure to quench your thirst. Spend an hour or two talking to the locals while trying this favored brew.
You can't claim that you have had the full experience of this location without a taste of café de olla (cinnamon coffee), a well-loved alcohol-free drink.
Be sure to have a taste of tejuino, a common local spirit.
Whether you are a casual traveler, a wine connoisseur or a casual traveler who likes to think that they are a wine connoisseur, you will most likely be relieved to know that this region boasts a handful of local wines, such as sauvignon blanc and viognier.
At the end of your stay in Monte Grande, spend any leftover Mexican pesos on last-minute keepsakes and say "Adiós" to this place and the people who call it home.
The closest airport, Ixtapa - Zihuatanejo International Airport, is 35 miles to the southeast of Monte Grande.