Summer Event In Ixtapa Zihuatanejo

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Summer Event In Ixtapa Zihuatanejo

Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is one of the premier vacation destinations in Mexico. Located on the Pacific Coast, it boasts world-class hotels, restaurants, fishing, surfing and family activities. Situated just 10 minutes apart, Ixtapa is a modern beach resort town, while Zihuatanejo is a historic fishing port. The Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo airport can be reached by non-stop service via several major U.S. and Canadian airlines.

This summer, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo will transform itself into a wonderland of fun, contests, prizes and unforgettable adventures for meeting attendees traveling with children, when they visit during the bigger, better, 2011 edition of “El Paraíso de los niños” (Children’s Paradise).

Each morning kids can start their day with exciting competitions held in their hotel pools and beach areas. In the afternoons, the “El Paraíso de los niños” (Children’s Paradise) presents the “Fun Fair”, where kids can enjoy all kinds of free activities in both Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo, including storytelling, puppet shows, music concerts and traditional games such as roulette, marbles, balloons and art workshops.

Since the main theme of “El Paraíso de los Niños” is Taking care of the Environment, many characters will enliven the event with their “eco-adventures” to show children—by means of activities and shows—the importance of preserving and respecting different forms of life and natural resources.

Among the new additions to this fun event geared for the youngest members of the family are the movie screenings on the beach, which will include children’s classics presented on an original set created for the entire family to enjoy.

Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is known world-wide as an ideal destination for family vacations, so why not bring your children when you visit on business. During summer 2011, it reaffirms its position as the best destination in Mexico for the joy and fun of your little ones during unforgettable days at “El Paraíso de los Niños.”

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