Mexico is world-famous for its many natural wonders, such as superb beaches, majestic mountains, and beautiful rivers. It’s also a destination with a rich cultural heritage, with a fascinating history that melds together its prehispanic and colonial past into the modern day.
Its unique gastronomy and the happiness of its people make it one of the top destinations in the world.
10 day / 9 night itinerary
Mexico City – Puebla – Oaxaca – Puerto Escondido
12 day / 11 night itinerary
Tulum – Valladolid – Uxmal – Merida – Chichen – Holbox
9 days / 8 nights itinerary
Valladolid – Tulum
Travellers will visit the impressive archaeological site of Coba and discover the amazing Nohoch Mul, the highest temple in the Yucatan Peninsula. From the top, they’ll have stunning views of the jungle. They’ll visit a secluded Mayan village and enjoy its well preserved natural beauties: lagoons, a cenote (sinkhole), the jungle paths, and the natural reserve that protects the local flora and fauna.
Then, they’ll fly through the canopy on breathtaking ziplines, ending up in a pristine cenote of crystalline waters. After that, they’ll delight with a typical Mayan lunch. Photographers of the Mayan communities will take great pictures of travellers during the activities!
Travellers board a luxurious catamaran that takes them to a gorgeous snorkelling spot, where they’ll enjoy the wide variety of sea life in the Caribbean reefs. As snorkelling is optional; those who don’t wish to get in the water can stay at the boat and enjoy the open bar. Once the boat docks at Isla Mujeres, a delicious buffet lunch will be waiting for the group at Zama Beach Club, one of the best on the island. After that, visitors will have some free time to explore Isla Mujeres’ downtown for some shopping or even spending some time at the beautiful beach of Playa Norte, before returning to their hotels with a smile upon their faces.
Capital City: Mexico City
Population: 128.9 million
Language: Spanish (as well as indigenous languages: Nahuatl, Maya, Otomi, and others)
Currency: The Mexican Peso is the country’s official currency. ATMs are found throughout the country, accepting most debit and credit cards. There are numerous places, including banks, gold shops and money exchange stalls, that exchange USD, whilst most other major foreign currencies such as EUR, UK GBP and AUS can be exchanged at banks.
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