You will find the beautiful Mexico timeshare of Westin Lagunamar Ocean Resort Villas in Cancun rising from the brilliant powder sands of Mexico’s most popular destination. The Westin Lagunamar Ocean Resort Villas, a world-class, AAA Four Diamond-rated resort offers its guests the perfect balance between relaxation and invigorating activity. This perfectly positioned Mexico timeshare resale resort provides easy access to beautiful beaches, waterfront restaurants, shopping malls, golf courses, and some of Mexico’s best underwater diving sites.The stylish studio, one bedroom and two bedroom lock-off villas of this Westin timeshare resales resort provide the luxurious comforts of home along with private seaside balconies to enjoy the Caribbean breezes. The signature Westin Heavenly Bed can be found in all the Westin timeshare villas along with Westin’s Heavenly Baths in the one bedroom and two bedroom villas.
This Westin timeshare is also a member of the popular exchange company of Interval International giving Westin timeshare owners even more options to travel the world.
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Buying Westin timeshares on the secondary market is much less expensive than purchasing direct from the developer because of the fact that the developer incurs marketing costs that are passed on to the consumer. It is the developer who sets the price on the retail market. On the secondary market, timeshare resales prices are determined by individuals and current market conditions.
A timeshare interval should be purchased for enjoyment. The purchase of a Westin timeshare resale ensures that you will be able to vacation and spend quality time with your family and friends each year. You might want to think of it as vacation insurance for all your future vacations!
What to do in Cancun?
Regardless of what time of the year you enjoy your Mexico timeshare resale vacation, you’re almost assured of vacationing during one of the fun festivals or events. Check it out:
January is an excellent time to visit Xcaret Park during which ancient Mayan festivals are recreated throughout the month. The festival also celebrates the Yucatans rich culture during this time with fiestas surrounding the discover of fire to a special guided jungle walk through the eco-park’s diverse waterfalls, cave and mangroves.
March, during the second half of the month is when the Lasser Sailing Show is held. You’re in for a real treat as the offshore waters around Cancun teem with picturesque sailing vessels of every distinction at this impressive gathering of boating enthusiasts and merchants from around the globe.
May and September is when you can take part in the Equinox Experience and journey to the pyramid of Chicen Itza to witness a mystical phenomenon occurring precisely on each vernal and autumnal equinox. This is when the sunset shadows famously zigzag at the appointed time down El Castillo’s ancient stepped temple, like the descending serpent deity Kukulkan which is an uncanny demonstration of the Mayas mastery of math, time and construction.
June and December is when the Maya Bee Ceremony takes place at Xel-Ha aquarium park. You can participate in the ancient beekeeping tradition of the Yucatan Penisula as a modern day Mayan priest performs the ceremony of the sacred honey bee Melipona beecheii, meaning “royal lady”, which is a valuable species that is both stingless and endangered.
September, in the middle of the month, is Independence Day. You are invited to join in this is a late-night historic re-enactment and street party of El Grito, or the Shout Day, where bands and Cancun locals commemorate the rallying words of Padre Miguel Hidalgo 200 years before and celebrating Mexico’s subsequent independence from Spain. Festivities include fireworks, folk dancing and mariachi music.
You’ll never be bored in this historic and diverse part of the world where you can enjoy everything from water explorations of meandering caves, stalactite rivers to the championship golf courses, renowned waterfront dining, shopping and nightlife of Mexico’s Costa del Sol.
Year round activities and sights to see and enjoy include
Chichen Itza is not only a remarkable archeological monument to the marvels of this ancient culture, it also contains one of the new seven wonders of the world – El Castillo (The Castle), the majestic Kukulkan Pyramid, dedicated to the Feathered Serpent God.
Tulum – the City of the Dawn is steeped in mystical symbolism and offers breathtaking views of the turquoise ocean from its highest cliff.
Xel –Ha is pronounced Shell-Ha, which means “where the water is born”. Dubbed the world’s largest acquarium, this eco-park is 22 natural acres of snorkeling, tubing, swimming with dolphins and other water adventures where freshwater underground rivers and caves meet the salty sea in an enchanting lagoon.
XPLOR – This is where thrilling nature adventures invite to “xplor” unique underground worlds, fly on zip lines high above the treetops, trek through Caribbean jungles on amphibious vehicles or explore subterranean rivers, caverns and grottes while swimming or rafting amid amazing stalactites and stalagmites.