- Media powerhouse www.Huffingtonpost.com chose five destinations with new growth, new tourism offerings or special events only happening in 2014 and put together a special list of recommendations for trendsetters looking to vacation on the cutting edge.
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The online newspaper and blog, www.huffingtonpost.com, also known as the Huff Post, kicked off the New Year with its list of “The 5 Coolest Places to go in 2014” where the Riviera Nayarit was prominently featured thanks to its growth and fantastic tourism attractions, as well as important events taking place in 2014.
This series of recommendations was posted to give trendsetting world travelers a heads up on alternative destinations, attractions, accommodations and events when planning their cutting edge vacations.
It clearly highlights the Renaissance currently experienced by the Riviera Nayarit, which is once again recouping its status as a top tourism destination thanks to the safety it offers its visitors, along with its outstanding hotel infrastructure—including all-inclusive options—and the the many local attractions that can be enjoyed without additional travel time.
According to the article, “That’s why the Riviera Nayarit is one of our travel picks for 2014: it has tranquil beaches and small, charming beach towns with authentic flavor. But it also has a large expat community and shares an airport with Puerto Vallarta to the south.”
The portal also singles out the Haramara Retreat in Sayulita, a yoga getaway located seaside on acres of wild vegetation just outside of town. They stress the fact it has no electricity and is as close to nature as you can possibly get while still maintaining the luxurious standards it needs to attract those in search of pure relaxation.
“The structures have been built using traditional construction techniques to minimize the environmental impact,” states the text. “Each room is housed in a private standalone thatched hut with no window panes or screens separating it from the jungle, and only gauze curtains and mosquito nets to avoid bugs and critters.”
The website covers a gamut of topics ranging from politics to media, business, entertainment, fashion, ecological topics, international news and humor. It’s considered among the top 100 sites in the world and is 25th in popularity in the United States.
The complete list includes Nicaragua, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil; Paris, France; the island of Vieques in Puerto Rico and, of course, the Riviera Nayarit.
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