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Activities at All-inclusive resorts
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August 4, 2016
10:16 am
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Emma
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As this will be our first time at an all-inclusive resort in Mexico, I'm wondering if there might be activities either at the resort or off site that would enhance our overall experience?

December 9, 2016
10:34 pm
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Hi Emma,

There are many activities included at an all inclusive resort in Mexico.

You will find that most of these activities are included:  

Tennis
Introductory Scuba Training
Kids play fountain, arcade, rock-climbing wall and sometimes a waterpark
Fitness Center
Kayaking
Bocce Ball
Pools
Snorkeling
Yoga
Darts
Pilates
Water Volleyball
Beach Volleyball
Water Aerobics
Mini Catamarans
Wind Surfing
Wind Sailing
Bike Riding
Organized entertainment at pool and beach
Nightly entertainment

Ask your resort in advance about "included excursions".  

For example the Explorean in Cozumel has a horseback riding excursion with snacks and drink included, a boat-based snorkeling experience with snacks and a bike ride plus snokel outing.   One of their favorite getaways is a jeep tour including Mayan village with a tequila tasting and some beach time.

There are many activities off the property and a few on-site that incur a fee.   Think golf, deep sea fishing, swimming with Dolphins, Xcaret excursion, tours of Mayan ruins, Snuba and Scuba and more.

Cities like Cancun will offer experiences from the cultural to the cutting edge.  

As always I recommend you check the resort website and confirm their offerings by phone or email.   Also check the events schedule for cities like Cancun or Cabo to see if they have anything from a tour to a concert that you might like to take advantage of during your stay.

Travel Tip.  If there is a concert near your resort and they say that they are "sold out" on their website do a quick check with the resort.   They just may have a few tickets in custody to sell to their guests.   

Enjoy your trip and be sure to let me know what you kind of mischief you experienced.