Mexico has many cities that are very popular tourist destinations. It is a Spanish speaking country that has one federal district and thirty one states. Some of the major and more popular cities to visit are: Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, Merida, Guanajuato, Acapulco, Mexico city, Tulum, Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, and Oaxaca. The climate is mainly tropical throughout these locations. There are two main climate seasons, a dry season from the middle of October to April, and a rainy season from May to the middle of October.
There are thousands of hotels throughout Mexico with two general travel seasons. The low season, where overall prices can see discounts of up to fifty percent, begins following Easter Sunday and continues through until around the middle of December. The week before Christmas and through New Year’s begins the high season and continuing through Easter. There are location specific price fluctuations depending on the destination so it is important to track your vacation package prices with tools like Trip Watcher.
Mexico has some of the most beautiful beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters. With coastlines on both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans Mexico is said to have around 450 beaches. Visit Tulum, Puerto Vallarta, and Playa Del Carmen and find some of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico to surf, sail, and many other water sports and activities, or just for relaxing under the sun.
Mexico is well known for exciting Spring Breaks. The month of March is where most of the schools let out for the break and Cancun, Tijuana, Los Cabos and Acapulco are some of the most popular Spring Break hot spots. Use Trip Watcher to save money when you book your Spring Break vacation.
Mexico is not just well known for its Spring Breaks, it is also well known for its history. There are many archeological attractions such as the Mayan cities of Chichen Itza, Tulum, and Teotihuacan. Additionally you will find a wealth of information and archeological gems about ancient civilizations such as the Maya, Toltec, Olmec, Maya, Teotihuacan and Aztec.
There are also an abundance of ecological parks and lagoons featuring some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling in the world. Cozumel is known for having one of the world’s largest reef systems and Cancun has twenty four beautiful dive sites. There are many other destinations in Mexico for those travelers that enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling, and the various other under water activities available today.
While you are in Mexico don’t forget to try out many of their famous tequilas. Mexico is internationally recognized as the only place that produces tequila from the blue agave plant. With over nine hundred brands of tequila and that number is continually growing you are sure to find the perfect blend to enjoy in Mexico and take some bottle home with you.