- San Pancho, Imanta Resort Punta de Mita and the Riviera Nayarit turtle release program were on their list of 15 top spots for proposing marriage in Mexico.
USA Today, the largest and most important newspaper in the United States, published an article on the 15 top places to pop the question in Mexico. The Riviera Nayarit was on the list with three entries: San Pancho, Imanta Resort Punta de Mita and the Pacific’s turtle release program.
The author of the article, which was published on www.usatoday.com, is Mark Rogers, who wrote the piece after his participation in the Eco Luxe FAM trip sponsored by the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) last December.
From the article: “The culture, music, cuisine and gorgeous landscapes combine to create a romantic ambience. With Mexico on his side, it only remains for a groom to get a little creative in popping the question.”
Imanta Resorts Punta de Mita’s restaurant, Tukipa, was mentioned as having a mystique all its own. It’s surrounded by the verdant jungle and is an ideal romantic setting sure to set the right mood for the big question.
The Cultural Capital of the Riviera Nayarit, San Francisco—better known as San Pancho—is recommended for its sunsets and the warmth of its people.
Rogers states, “There's a wonderful sense of community on the beach, making it a great choice for thoughtful lovers.”
And though it may seem a bit odd, taking advantage of the release of sea turtles can be an innovative and creative way to ask for someone’s hand in marriage: “A couple can pitch in and help endangered hatchling sea turtles make their way to the sea and feel good about themselves as they contemplate a future together.”
USA Today has nearly 22 million unique visitors per month on its website, as well as an excellent audience in the North American market, a natural for the Riviera Nayarit.
Its luxury, natural bounty and innate romance makes the Riviera Nayarit a fine option for a marriage proposal, a wedding and the honeymoon of a lifetime.
Click here to read the article posted on June 11, 2014: http://www.usatoday.com/story/experience/beach/mexico/2014/06/06/mexico-proposal-sites/10054917/