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A little bit about Mexico

Mexico is a country between the USA and Central America, known for its stunning white sand beaches, history and unique culture.

The country will introduce you to some of the most astonishing archaeological sites of ancient Mayan civilizations and impressive landscapes of deserts, mountains and jungles. You can climb volcanoes, watch whales and tour tequila farms.
Visit the heart of Mexico, Mexico City, which is rich in history, colourful culture and a spirited population. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Cancun and Acapulco, the two most famous beach resorts in Mexico with turquoise coloured water and pristine beaches. To enjoy Mexico’s wilderness pay a visit to Copper Canyon, which is even larger than Grand Canyon in Arizona, and take part in hiking, biking or trekking activities.
The unique culture of Mexico is something that everyone needs to experience. Participate in the carnival celebrations of the Day of the Dead and enjoy the traditional Mexican dishes such as tacos, chilaquiles and guacamole accompanied with some local tequila.
Mexico is a fascinating country with plenty of attractions to enjoy and places to visit!

Choose from our range of unique trips or contact us and we’ll be happy to tailor the perfect itinerary to suit your requirements.

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When is the best time to travel to Mexico?

There really is no bad time to visit Mexico, but certain times of the year may appeal to different people more than others, and some destinations may be better at certain times of the year.

Summer, from June to October, is in theory the rainy season in Mexico, but just how wet it is varies wildly from place to place. In the heart of the country you can expect a heavy but short-lived downpour virtually every afternoon; in the north hardly any rain falls, ever. Along the beaches, September to mid-October is hurricane season – you’ll usually get wet weather, choppy seas and mosquitoes, if not a full-on tropical storm. Late winter is the traditional tourist season, worth considering when thinking about the best time to visit, and in the big resorts like Acapulco and Cancún, the months from December through to April are the busiest. Mountain areas, though, can get very cold then; in fact, nights in the mountains can be extremely cold at any time of year.

Is it safe to travel in Mexico?

Tourists anywhere are prime targets for criminals; therefore, you need to be aware of the risks of theft and need to make sure to protect yourself. There are parts of Mexico that are unsafe for tourists to visit, but in the majority of the country, especially along the tourist trails, it is safe.

Some safety notes: do not take your valuables with you, leave them locked in a safety deposit box; keep your spending money, camera and phone close to you, preferably beneath clothing; do not go to areas where tourists are not expected; always use taxis with official identification.

What kind of power adaptor plug do I need for Mexico?

In Mexico the standard voltage is 127 V. The standard frequency is 60 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type A / B. Please visit the following link to see the information for a specific country http://electricaloutlet.org/#sthash.I6mEhe09.dpuf

How much should I budget per day in Mexico?

All of our tours include daily breakfast and some other meals throughout. Based on moderate priced lunches and dinners we suggest a budget of 40-50 USD per day per person. 

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Some of the main Attractions

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Mexico

Mexico City is the capital and the heart of Mexico with over 20 million inhabitants. It is one of the world’s most populated urban areas with a vibrant and colourful atmosphere and lifestyle.

Oaxaca

Oaxaca City is a fascinating destination where you can appreciate ancient civilizations, colonial art and architecture as well as vibrant cultural traditions.

Caribbean Coast

When it comes to picture perfect, pure white-sand beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters, its hard to beat Mexico’s Caribbean beaches. Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Cozumel are by far the most popular tourist destinations of this coastline.

Copper Canyon

Copper Canyon located in north western Mexico. Located in the beautiful, rugged wilderness of the Sierra Madre Range it is a perfect place for hiking, biking, trekking and horseback riding, as well as embracing the culture and history of the locals.

San Cristobal de las Casas

San Cristobal, one of Mexico’s best preserved Spanish colonial towns, has been well known as an international tourist destination since the 1970s. Wander around the narrow cobbled streets, enjoy the colourful shops and markets.

Merida and Chichen Itza

Mérida, the vibrant capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán, has a rich Mayan and colonial heritage. It is the base to visit Chichén Itzá, a world-famous complex of Mayan ruins on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.