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Cancun and the Mayan Riviera, Mexico
XCaret EcoPark
An hour south of Cancun, and just minutes from Playa del Carmen lies the sprawling XCaret eco- theme park. It's nature-based attractions include snorkeling in its two underground rivers, swimming with dolphins, reef diving, one of the most complete aquariums in Latin America, and an extensive zoo. Featuring many cultural attractions like equestrian shows, native Mexican dances and a re-enactment of "Ōllamaliztli", an ancient Mexican ball game played in a 6000 seat theatre, as well as a variety of restaurants, Xcaret is a perfect place to include in your group travel program.

Garrafon National Park - Isla Mujeres

What sets the Garrafon National Park apart from other water parks is its natural beauty, located in one of the largest natural reef systems in the world. Featuring more than 20 types of activities, you have the choice of either adventure or total relaxation. Your options include bike tours, ziplines, kayaks, swimming in a beautiful 35 meter long infinity pool,   visiting the remains of an ancient Mayan temple, and an ample supply of hammocks. One of the most popular activities is the twin Zipline, allowing two riders to fly over the island at the same time. And don't miss the unforgettable experience of swimming with the dolphins at Dolphin Discovery, just 15 minutes away by golf cart.

Los Cabos, Mexico

The Cabo Pulmo National Park is one of the most important areas of the region of the Sea of Cortez. Its importance lies in the large number of marine species that inhabit the 25,000 year old reef.
Besides commercial fish species such as lobster, oysters and snails, the area is especially known for the abundance of mother of pearl. Popular water sports in the area include diving, fishing, boating, rowing and kayaking.
Other than the nearby towns of towns Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, the area is sparsely inhabited, and it has received Special Protection and National Park Status.

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As tempting as it may sound to head south and spend 16 hours a day in a hammock, if you really want a memorable trip, you need to get out there!  A great way to take in your surroundings is by visiting the local parks. Whether you want to get up-close and personal with natural wonders, or you want to splash around in a world class water park, our destinations offer a great selection of fanastic activities that you can enjoy in the great outdoors!
Central Mexico
Six Flags - Mexico City
Six Flags Mexico is the largest amusement park in the country and is known as "The World's Biggest Thrill". It offers World Class attractions, including Medusa, the largest rollercoaster in Latin America, and Batman, the first suspended mountain in Mexico. You can also try Kilahuea, a triple tower that is more than 260 feet high, and Superman, an extreme rollercoaster that is 3 minutes of endless adrenaline. On the calmer side, Six Flags has one of the most popular activities in Mexico, swimming with dolphins.  
IVI DMC2 Central Mexico offers activities and special events at Six Flags like concerts, product launches, press conferences, cocktails, congresses and conferences. To do this, we provide the infrastructure, personnel and experience to successfully carry out events from 20 to 30 thousand people.  
Costa Rica
Manuel Antonio National Park in the Pacific Central region has lush vegetation and diverse wildlife and is one of the best national parks in the world. Its beaches are the epitome of tropical perfection, where the only distraction is the beautiful sound of the surf, clean air, and monkeys on swaying palm trees. And with the wide variety of marine life, snorkeling here is excellent! 

The Irazu Volcano, in the Central Valley, has a main crater that is about a mile in circumference and has a depth of over 300 meters. The park's conditions allow family enjoyment as well as visits from organized groups.  It is the highest volcano in Costa Rica and the home to rare plant species. 
The Poas Volcano, also in the Central Valley, is the most visited national park in Costa Rica. Located just over 2,700 meters above sea level, it has one of the largest craters on the planet. Here you will also find the beautiful emerald colors of the Botos Lagoon.
Metropolitan Natural Park
The Metropolitan Natural Park is the only protected area in Central America that is within the boundaries of a metropolitan city. Just a ten minute cab ride from the action of Panama City, this park gives you a genuine jungle experience.  Home to exotic mammals and birds, the park's five walking trails provide a heart-pumping excursion in a fascinating environment. The existence of large forested areas like this ensure the functioning of the Panama Canal Watershed, which requires large amounts of water, and provides a suitable habitat for species requiring wide territories.
National Coffee Park
Located in the heart of the coffee belt, this tourism park was founded by the National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia, where you can learn about the process of growing and producing Colombian coffee. A fascinating experience for any coffee lover, it offers hiking, a coffee-dance performance and other live shows, cable car rides for a spectacular view of the landscape, souvenir shops, local cuisine and other activities.
Maloca - Bogota
Maloca is a Technology theme park, its name derived from a place used by indigenous tribes and built by Chaman as a site to acquire wisdom.  This park seeks to promote a society that makes creative use of its leisure time and comes to understand modern wonders  through education. It is considered to be the most impressive setting in Bogota, and due to its promotion of science, technology and innovation, it draws many corporate events involving marketing, production and the latest hi-tech equipment .
Water Planet - Rio

Latin America's largest aquatic complex, Rio Water Planet, has shopping, dining, and of course a host of things to do in the water. Even the smallest children are welcome, with a special aquatic complex made especially for those aged 2 to 6. But Water Planet's 42 main water attractions aren't just for kids. Many of them will challenge even the biggest lovers of radical sports. On land, try the roller-coaster or catch a live music performance at the concert venue.

Iguaçu National Park

One of the best known Brazilian parks, it contains the spectacular Iguaçu Falls. Its area is covered by sub-tropical rain forest, with large trees and an enormous variety of wildlife including tapirs, jaguars and cougars. A great place for sport fishing all year, its rivers are famous for large native species. And if it all sounds too wild and remote, don't worry - there is a deluxe hotel in the park's interior.

Whether it's in Costa Rica, Colombia, or any of our more than 40 fantastic destinations, we look forward to working with you to make your next Group Travel event a truly memorable experience. 





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