Travel to Mexico
Our Locations: Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and Playa del Carmen Mexico
By allowing Holiday Dental to assist in arranging your dental tourism experience, you will gain access to a top-notch, dental specialist who will charge you a reasonable price for high quality, safe dental care. You will also enjoy a beachfront vacation in Cancun, Playa del Carmen or Puerto Vallarta Mexico.
Cancun is by far the most popular tourist destination in Mexico. In fact, 70% of Canadians who travel to Mexico pass through the Cancun airport. Cancun beaches are spectacular. Soft white sand and the clear blue Caribbean water highlight Cancun vacations.
Accommodations run the spectrum from five star Cancun all inclusive resorts to modest but comfortable hotels in the heart of town.
If you enjoy spending time at the beach or on the water, Cancun will not disappoint.
Although it's famous for its beaches, Cancun offers much more than that. All along the Mayan Riviera (this is what marketing people have branded the Caribbean coast of Mexico), there are archaeological sites atrributed to the ancient Mayan people. The ruins at Tulum, a little over an hour south of Cancun, are amazing to see, both for the ruins and for the view you will enjoy from atop the cliffs overlooking the Caribbean.
The city of Cancun itself is a monument to tourism. It was built from the ground up to attract and to serve the needs of tourists from the United States, Canada and around the world.
In many ways Cancun brings to mind Miami Florida, except that Cancun is more compact and easier to get around. Of course, everything that a tourist might want is much less expensive in Cancun than in Miami.
The Cancun airport (Cancun International) is the second busiest airport in Mexico, and by far the busiest in terms of tourists. Direct flights to Cancun are easily found from most major North American hubs. For people flying from the Northwest, connecting flights are often required.
Puerto Vallarta Mexico, is the second largest point of entry for Canadian tourists visiting Mexico. Each year Puerto Vallarta welcomes 20% of all Canadians who travel to Mexico.
Like Cancun, Puerto Vallarta Mexico is a beautiful oceanside vacation spot, but it's different than Cancun. Being on the Pacific coast, it's surrounded by rugged mountains to the South and landward sides. It has all the beaches, amenities and accommodation options that dental tourists from Canada and the United States want, although Cancun has a slight advantage over Puerto Vallarta in terms of beaches.
It's in traditional Mexican charm where Puerto Vallarta has the advantage over Cancun. Unlike Cancun, Puerto Vallarta started out as a fishing village. Over the years it's expanded substantially, particularly to the North, but the downtown still retains a true flavor of Mexico which is difficult to capture in Cancun. With cobblestone streets, colonial architecture and a large, ornate cathedral, Puerto Vallarta is a feast for the senses. In order to take in views of the ocean, mountains and city, be sure to visit those areas of town higher up the mountain.
Playa del Carmen
Located 45 minutes south of Cancun, Playa del Carmen Mexico is also on the Caribbean coast or Mayan Riviera. The white sand beaches here are so wide it's not uncommon for soccer games to be played on the shoreward side of them. Two man fishing boats come and go as do the ferries to the island of Cozumel. More relaxed and authentically Mexican that Cancun, Playa del Carmen is a great place to escape from the world while staying close to everything.
Holiday Dental clients receive:
1) access to a top-notch dental specialist who performs quality, safe dental work at an affordable price and,
2) a holiday in a beautiful location that's paid for, and in most cases more than paid for, by their savings.
In Mexico, it's difficult to find both of these things in one place. Top specialists tend to locate their dental practices in large urban centers where there is a constant, year-round flow of patients. Although there are other beautiful locations for a holiday in Mexico, those places are generally too small to support a world-class dental specialist. Although there are dentists in the smaller tourism centers who hope to attract tourist clientele, in general, like virtually all dentists in Mexico, they would not meet the rigorous standards and advance quality controls that Holiday Dental demands on behalf of the clients we serve.
operating in places along the US border such as
Los Algodones, Nogales, Tijuana and Nuevo Progresso,
Holiday Dental has never attempted to identify affiliates in those areas. This is because they are not tourist destinations. Although they receive thousands of visitors every year, those visitors travel to Mexico more or less as cross-border shoppers. There's very little in the border areas that could be described as a tourist attraction. Additionally, relative to Puerto Vallarta and the Mayan Riviera, all of the border dentist areas are difficult to get to, requiring connecting flights and/or long drives through in-hospitable territory.
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