Mexico Quick Travel Guide
With a travel rating of 82%, Mexico boasts a culture perhaps more rich and diverse than any other in North America. When it comes to Mexico's myriad of options, most people logically start with the resort coastlines of Cancun (Atlantic side) and Acapulco (Pacific side), both of which will satisfy even the most resort-hungry tourist. Then there are the enormous variety (31 in total) of UNESCO sites that span the country and range from Chichen Itza in the north to the Colonial city of Guadalajara in the south. To top it off, the country also offers a unique range of festivals such as the (Festival of the Dead) and Moon Festival. In summary, if you're looking for a place that will blow your mind and question your stereotypes, Mexico is the place to go!
Events & Festivals
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Observe the haunting spectacle of Mexico's Day of the Dead, one of the most bizarre national holidays that you will find anywhere in the world. Taking its origins from a combination of Catholic and Aztec roots, it is a day set ....
Take in the breathtaking views of Tulum, located against the backdrop of beaches and the Caribbean Sea. The ruins of Tulum are situated on bluffs along the Yucatán Peninsula and are of the last cities inhabited by the Mayans, an....
Descend on the gorgeous resort of Cancún on the Yucatan Peninsula and you may never want to leave. Often called the Mexican Caribbean, this fourteen miles of fabulous resorts and pristine beaches is a place to relax under the....
Spend the day touring Chichen Itza, arguably the most recognizable monument in all of Latin America. The pyramid of El Castillo rivals even the works of the ancient Egyptians in grandeur and, if you're fortunate enough to be pres....
Descend into the utter darkness of Mexico's Cave of the Crystals and lose yourself in one of the most uncommon subterranean experiences on the planet. As the result of a series of unique geological conditions, enormous crystals h....
Stand amongst the array of colorful butterflies that come to Mexico's Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve each winter to escape the frigid weather further north. Scientists estimate that each year up to 1 billion butterflies make....
|Coordinates:||23 00 N, 102 00 W|
|Main Languages:||Spanish, Mayan & Nahuatl indigenous dialects|
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- Location: Mexico