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Mexico honeymoons made for you

Mexico has made a name for itself as a fantastic holiday spot, thanks to its vibrant cities, fantastic cuisine and glorious sunshine. The country’s landscape ranges from tropical jungles to cactus-studded deserts, while the sprawling coastline is peppered with palm-lined beaches and luxury adults-only hotels. So, if you’re a couple who wants to combine relaxation with adventure, a honeymoon to Mexico is ideal.

If you’re after a honeymoon destination that offers a whole lot more than five-star resorts, Mexico is the answer. Perhaps the two of you have always dreamed about going here together, drawn by the cultural attractions and balmy beaches? Whether you’re a pair of foodies, culture vultures, sun-seekers or adrenaline junkies, you’ll be glad you chose to go on honeymoon to Mexico.

Being such a diverse country, Mexico allows you to really tailor-make your getaway and enjoy a honeymoon that reflects your interests. You can split your time between lazy beach days and exhilarating trips to world-class attractions. Spend a morning immersed in a rich rainforest, and an evening dancing on the sands to live music. Marvel at stunning Mayan cities like Chichen Itza and Tulum, or go snorkelling with tropical fish at the world’s second-largest coral reef. Sip Champagne on a sunset cruise, unwind with a couple’s spa treatment, or request a private dinner for two by the sea. However you want to spend your time as newlyweds, a Mexico honeymoon ticks all the boxes. 

And, at Travelbag, we’ll help you choose the best accommodation for you. Whether you’re looking for an all-inclusive hotel in Cancun or an adults-only retreat in Riviera Maya, we’ve got you covered. Our experts can help with all those little extras, too, like romantic dinners and room upgrades. It’s your honeymoon, so let your imagination run wild – we’ll take care of all the details.

Adults-only hotels

Activities

Beaches

Best time to go

Adults-only hotels in Mexico

There are some fabulous adults-only hotels in Mexico which are just perfect for a honeymoon. If you’re considering staying in beach-lined Cancun, we’d recommend Secrets The Vine. Boasting an impressive Unlimited-Luxury® concept, this all-inclusive resort has everything you need for a relaxing honeymoon. You can expect beach waiter service, sleek sea-view suites and cocktail parties. And you’ll have complimentary access to gourmet restaurants and top-shelf spirits.

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Or perhaps Riviera Maya has caught your attention? This scenic stretch of Mexico’s coast has a number of adults-only, all-inclusive hotels.  There’s UNICO 20° 87° Hotel Riviera Maya – a five-star hotel with a trio pools, a therapeutic spa and a range of fine-dining experiences, all of which feature local ingredients. Or you could retreat to Valentin Imperial Maya, where you’ll find tropical gardens and a pure-white beach, plus a selection of romantic suites. Alternatively, take a look at Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya. You can hop between the clear sea and the hotel pools, relax in the spa and make the most of the Unlimited-Luxury® dining.

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Activities for two

Whatever you’re interested in, you’ll find plenty of things to do on your Mexico honeymoon. If you’re a pair of nature lovers, why not spend a day snorkelling with tropical fish and turtles on the Great Mayan Reef? The second-biggest reef on Earth, it stretches for over 1,000 kilometres. Or, if you’d prefer to stay dry, take a trip to Mexico’s rich forests in search of exotic birds, howler monkeys and ocelots.

Alternatively, if you’re a couple who loves thrilling activities, head to Selvatica. Half way between Cancun and Playa del Carmen, this place offers zip-lining, suspended walkways, off-roading and more. Or, for a truly experience, you could go cave diving in one of Mexico’s many underground cenotes.

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Seeking some culture on your Mexico honeymoon? Spend a day exploring the age-old ruins of Chichen Itza or Tulum, where you’ll be able to see stunning Mayan pyramids and temples. And, if you want to visit a very unusual exhibition, hop in a glass-bottomed boat and sail out to MUSA – a submerged museum filled with dozens of sculptures and statues.

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Romantic beaches

While there’s undoubtedly a lot to do in Mexico, there are also plenty of beautiful beaches where you can simply chill out and spend time together as newlyweds. If you’re staying in Cancun, you’ll have 22 kilometres of sand to choose from. The northern coast’s calm waters are ideal for swimming, while the easterly beaches offer a range of watersports. You could also venture further afield and book a day trip to idyllic Isla Mujeres – a lovely island just eight miles from the mainland, where you can snorkel in the Caribbean Sea and curl up on picture-perfect beaches.

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Riviera Maya has some great sunbathing spots, too. If you’re looking for a long swathe of palm-dotted sand and plenty of restaurants, Playa del Carmen ticks all the boxes. Meanwhile, laidback Puerto Morelos is the perfect choice for a relaxing, crowd-free day by the ocean. But if you want to be waited on hand-and-foot, head to Serenity Beach Club on Xpu-Ha Beach. You can sip cocktails and feast on fantastic food in this swanky beach bar, as you admire the white sands and turquoise sea beyond.

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Best time for your Mexico honeymoon

Tropical Mexico stays warm throughout the year, but some months see much better weather than others. December to April is the best time to go to Mexico, as it’s the driest time of year and temperatures hover in the high twenties. As you’d expect, though, this sun-soaked season is also the most expensive.

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If you’re looking to save on your Mexico honeymoon, consider going in May or November. May is very hot, with temperatures averaging 32oC. Cooler November is the tail-end of hurricane season, but you can expect plenty of sunshine and lovely lush greenery. Mexico’s hurricane season officially runs from June to November, but September and October are the wettest months – so it’s best to avoid going at this time of year.

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Adults-only hotels

Adults-only hotels in Mexico

There are some fabulous adults-only hotels in Mexico which are just perfect for a honeymoon. If you’re considering staying in beach-lined Cancun, we’d recommend Secrets The Vine. Boasting an impressive Unlimited-Luxury® concept, this all-inclusive resort has everything you need for a relaxing honeymoon. You can expect beach waiter service, sleek sea-view suites and cocktail parties. And you’ll have complimentary access to gourmet restaurants and top-shelf spirits.

Show More
Show Less

Or perhaps Riviera Maya has caught your attention? This scenic stretch of Mexico’s coast has a number of adults-only, all-inclusive hotels.  There’s UNICO 20° 87° Hotel Riviera Maya – a five-star hotel with a trio pools, a therapeutic spa and a range of fine-dining experiences, all of which feature local ingredients. Or you could retreat to Valentin Imperial Maya, where you’ll find tropical gardens and a pure-white beach, plus a selection of romantic suites. Alternatively, take a look at Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya. You can hop between the clear sea and the hotel pools, relax in the spa and make the most of the Unlimited-Luxury® dining.

Show More
Show Less

Activities

Activities for two

Whatever you’re interested in, you’ll find plenty of things to do on your Mexico honeymoon. If you’re a pair of nature lovers, why not spend a day snorkelling with tropical fish and turtles on the Great Mayan Reef? The second-biggest reef on Earth, it stretches for over 1,000 kilometres. Or, if you’d prefer to stay dry, take a trip to Mexico’s rich forests in search of exotic birds, howler monkeys and ocelots.

Alternatively, if you’re a couple who loves thrilling activities, head to Selvatica. Half way between Cancun and Playa del Carmen, this place offers zip-lining, suspended walkways, off-roading and more. Or, for a truly experience, you could go cave diving in one of Mexico’s many underground cenotes.

Show More
Show Less

Seeking some culture on your Mexico honeymoon? Spend a day exploring the age-old ruins of Chichen Itza or Tulum, where you’ll be able to see stunning Mayan pyramids and temples. And, if you want to visit a very unusual exhibition, hop in a glass-bottomed boat and sail out to MUSA – a submerged museum filled with dozens of sculptures and statues.

Show More
Show Less

Beaches

Romantic beaches

While there’s undoubtedly a lot to do in Mexico, there are also plenty of beautiful beaches where you can simply chill out and spend time together as newlyweds. If you’re staying in Cancun, you’ll have 22 kilometres of sand to choose from. The northern coast’s calm waters are ideal for swimming, while the easterly beaches offer a range of watersports. You could also venture further afield and book a day trip to idyllic Isla Mujeres – a lovely island just eight miles from the mainland, where you can snorkel in the Caribbean Sea and curl up on picture-perfect beaches.

Show More
Show Less

Riviera Maya has some great sunbathing spots, too. If you’re looking for a long swathe of palm-dotted sand and plenty of restaurants, Playa del Carmen ticks all the boxes. Meanwhile, laidback Puerto Morelos is the perfect choice for a relaxing, crowd-free day by the ocean. But if you want to be waited on hand-and-foot, head to Serenity Beach Club on Xpu-Ha Beach. You can sip cocktails and feast on fantastic food in this swanky beach bar, as you admire the white sands and turquoise sea beyond.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time for your Mexico honeymoon

Tropical Mexico stays warm throughout the year, but some months see much better weather than others. December to April is the best time to go to Mexico, as it’s the driest time of year and temperatures hover in the high twenties. As you’d expect, though, this sun-soaked season is also the most expensive.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re looking to save on your Mexico honeymoon, consider going in May or November. May is very hot, with temperatures averaging 32oC. Cooler November is the tail-end of hurricane season, but you can expect plenty of sunshine and lovely lush greenery. Mexico’s hurricane season officially runs from June to November, but September and October are the wettest months – so it’s best to avoid going at this time of year.

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