Destination Mexico

Mexico is one of the favorite nearshore destinations for American tourists. The country is known for its pristine white sand beaches, diverse landscape, world-class all-inclusive resorts and its rich cultural heritage. Mexico is the most visited country outside of the United States in the western hemisphere, welcoming over 35 million tourists in 2017. It is a destination that you should consider for a future vacation, but before you start planning your exciting trip to beautiful Mexico, here are some factors to consider making your visit as seamless as possible.

Getting to Mexico

Mexico is very close to the United States, and there are several flights from many United States gateways to Mexico daily. So, getting to Mexico is a breeze, regardless of the state that you are flying from. If you do not wish to fly too far for your vacation, Mexico is the perfect spot.

Where to go in Mexico

Mexico is a leading destination for travelers due to the variety of alluring destinations within the country that are available to the discerning traveler. Here are some of the top picks that we recommend if you are considering a vacation in Mexico.

Riviera Maya

Rivera Maya is in Quintana Roo on the Yucatan Peninsula and is known for its long stretches of tropical Coastline. The area is world renowned for its stunning beaches and all-inclusive resorts. Riviera Maya is one of the favorite destinations for International travelers to Mexico. The main destinations that we recommend along the Riviera May strip include; Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, and Tulum.

Cancun is the ideal location to relax on a powdery white sand beach, stay in one of the most stunning all-inclusive resorts in the world and enjoy the top-notch nightlife. In addition to the beautiful resorts and nightlife, Cancun also offers additional attractions that will make your stay even more fulfilling. Some of these include; Xcaret Park, Coba, Xel-Ha Park and the Cancun Underwater Museum. Xcaret Park is an eco-friendly park offering activities such as cave exploration, diving and snorkeling and is an exciting place to visit with your family or friends. Coba is the remnants of an ancient Mayan city. One of the most exciting things to do in Coba is to climb the Nohuch Mul pyramid, which is one of the tallest in Mexico. Xel-Ha Park is a sprawling natural aquarium where you can swim with Dolphins, snorkel and do a host of other water-based activities. The Cancun Underwater Museum offers the unique experience of viewing beautiful sculptures that are, well, under-water. You can see the sculptures by taking a glass bottom boat ride or by scuba diving.

Playa Del Carmen is a vibrant city on the Riviera Maya strip. It is known for its long stretches of palm-lined beaches and beautiful coral reefs. Playa Del Carmen also includes a variety of shopping, restaurants and fabulous bars and lounges. Some of the things not to miss when you visit Playa Del Carmen are Muyil – an ancient Mayan site, Rio Secreto – a secret underground river and Delphinus Riviera Maya which is a theme park where you can swim with dolphins.

is another small town on the Riviera Maya coast. The town is known for its awe-inspiring Mayan ruins and has some of the most pristine beaches in Mexico. The town is a favorite location for snorkelers, and the Gran Cenote limestone sinkhole is one of the main snorkeling sites. You should also visit the Parque Nacional de Tulum and the El Castillo Mayan Castle if you are in the town of Tulum!

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Los Cabos

Los Cabos is a laidback municipality on the Baja peninsula of western Mexico. This municipality includes the resort town of Cabo San Lucas, which is a twenty-mile strip of high-end resorts, beachfront properties and golf courses. Cabo San Lucas is suited for you if you want a relaxing vacation in an all-inclusive hotel while playing some golf and enjoying world-class fishing trips. The town is also an excellent site for whale watching during the winter months. Some of the attractions to visit in the town are; the Museum of Natural History, Lovers Beach, El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, and Buccaneer Beach.

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is another beautiful resort city on the Pacific coast of Mexico. The town is known for its picturesque beaches, fantastic water sports such as surfing, snorkeling and diving and has unique cobblestone streets lined with stylish restaurants and boutique shops. Some of the top destinations around Puerto Vallarta are Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita, and Sayulita. Riviera Nayarit is one of Mexico’s newest destinations with over 200 miles of pristine beaches; you should take a trip here before everyone discovers this gem of a destination! Punta Mita is a small village on a small peninsula on Banderas Bay that is home to upscale homes, private beaches and stunning golf courses. Sayulita is another village near Puerto Vallarta that has the Sierra Madre Mountains as its backdrop. Sayulita is known for its surfing beaches and amazing marine animals such as dolphins and Humpback whales.

When to Visit Mexico

Mexico is a vast country and has a variety of different seasons. The months with the least amount of rainfall are between December and April, which happens to be the winter tourist season. During this time most resorts and attractions charge premium prices compared to May to November. The rainy season in Mexico is generally between May and October, and the Caribbean coast can also experience Hurricane season from June to November. By and large, if you do not mind visiting when the resorts are crowded, you can travel in the busy months of December to April, and you will experience the best weather, however if you rather visit when the crowds and prices are less, and you don’t mind a little rain from time to time, then the summer and fall months will work perfectly for you.