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MEXICO

"A captivating blend of ancient civilizations, stunning landscapes, and rich cultural heritage awaits in Mexico."

Mexico Attractions

Mexico City

Mexico City

A dynamic metropolis where history, art, and modernity converge in a vibrant urban mosaic. It promises an enriching experience that leaves an indelible mark on all who journey through its streets.

Cancun

Cancun

A paradise of turquoise waters, white-sand beaches, and vibrant nightlife, offering the ultimate tropical escape.

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta

A picturesque coastal haven where cobblestone streets, golden beaches, and colourful sunsets converge in a harmonious embrace.

Oaxaca

Oaxaca

A cultural treasure trove of ancient traditions, culinary delights, and artisanal wonders, nestled amid the beauty of Mexico's southern heartland.

Chichén Itzá

Chichén Itzá

A mesmerising ancient city of pyramids and temples, where Mayan history and architectural marvels stand in awe-inspiring testament to a rich civilisation.

Tulum

Tulum

A coastal paradise where ancient ruins overlook pristine beaches, blending history and natural beauty into an enchanting and unforgettable destination.

Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen

A vibrant seaside escape where turquoise waters, lively streets, and a lively atmosphere combine to create a dynamic and captivating tropical experience.

Mérida

Mérida

A charming colonial gem where colourful streets, Mayan heritage, and warm hospitality converge to offer an authentic and enchanting Yucatán experience.

San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende

A captivating blend of colonial elegance, artistic inspiration, and vibrant culture, nestled in the heart of Mexico's highlands.

Guadalajara

Guadalajara

A dynamic cultural hub where traditional mariachi melodies, historic architecture, and modern innovation harmonise to create a truly captivating Mexican metropolis.

Puebla

Puebla

A colonial gem adorned with intricate talavera tiles, rich history, and culinary delights, offering a delightful immersion into Mexico's cultural and gastronomic heritage.

Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas

A coastal paradise where dramatic landscapes, pristine beaches, and a lively resort atmosphere combine to create a captivating haven of relaxation and adventure.

Mazatlán

Mazatlán

A coastal gem where golden beaches, historic charm, and a lively cultural scene intertwine to create an idyllic blend of relaxation and exploration.

Guanajuato

Guanajuato

A captivating city of colourful alleyways, underground passages, and artistic flair, where history, culture, and creativity converge in a UNESCO-listed masterpiece.

Acapulco

Acapulco

A legendary coastal retreat where golden beaches, iconic cliff divers, and vibrant nightlife converge to create a timeless destination of sun-soaked allure.

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Best Time To travel

Dry Season - November to April

This is generally considered the best time to visit most parts of Mexico. The weather is pleasant, and there is minimal rainfall. It's a popular time for beach vacations, outdoor activities, and exploring cities. However, this is also the peak tourist season, so popular destinations might be crowded, and prices could be higher.

High Season - December to February

These months are particularly busy due to winter holidays and vacation breaks. Beach destinations, like Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Los Cabos, will be crowded, and accommodations might be more expensive. Make sure to book well in advance.

Shoulder Seasons - May and October

These months offer a good balance between pleasant weather and fewer crowds. May is before the rainy season starts, while October is after the rainy season ends. You might find better deals on accommodations and enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere.

Rainy Season - June to September

This period experiences higher rainfall, especially in central and southern Mexico. While the weather can be warm and humid, this is the time when landscapes are lush and green. Coastal regions may experience occasional hurricanes or tropical storms, especially in August and September.

Currency

Mexican Peso (MXN)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time  (UTC -7)

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