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Visit Mexico for a combination or art, culture, history, white sand beaches, and clear waters. Here, you can explore ancient ruins, experience bustling city life, and relax on pristine beaches.


  • Take a plunge in the aqua blue waters of Yucatan's Cenotes to explore hidden locations in mineral-rich waters within caves and coves for a truly magical experience. These waters are also ideal for snorkeling.

  • Relax on the stunning beaches of Baja California Sur Todos Santos, a quaint town known for its beautiful landscapes and historical and cultural gems.

  • Ride on horseback in Oaxaca, a city embedded in the hills of the Sierra Madre with culinary chefs-d'oeuvre, colonial sites, and beautiful views.

  • Explore Teotihuacán, what was once Mesoamerica’s greatest city, and is still home to majestic temples and enormous pyramids. The world renown pyramids are Pirámide del Sol (Pyramid of the Sun) and Pirámide de la Luna (Pyramid of the Moon).

  • Visit Mexico City, home to modern art, delicious food, and authentic culture. Attend a Festival de Mexico in Mexico City, such as Ambulante Film Festival, Festival del Centro Histórico, Vive Latino, or Festival Internacional de Cine Para Niños, for a vibrant, cultural experience.

  • Visit Guadalajara, Mexico’s western city known for tequila, mariachi music, and a historical city center filled with colonial plazas and iconic landmarks. Here, you can take a tequila distillery tour, enjoy mariachi music, learn Mexican folk dance, or participate in a traditional cooking class.

Good to know

  • Mexico has over 30 World Heritage Sites 

  • November through March or April is Mexico’s dry season and the best time to visit its beautiful coats

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