Mexico

Grow as it Goes

Renowned for the Yucatan Peninsula in southeast of Mexico comprised of Mexican states of Yucatan, Campeche and Quintana Roo. Its enchanting archeological sites, endless virgin beaches, white sandy shores, coast line resorts, deserts and jungles will leave you craving more. Mexico is known as the country with Vitamin T, tacos, tostadas, tamales, tortas, and is also known for its tequila. The United Mexican State, with a population of over 120 million people. A world of hidden temples and xenotes. Many pre Colombian ruins still exists today, such as, the Maya pyramids at Chichen Itza and Tulum.    

Mexico Travel Tips: Top things to do 

Adventure

  • Soak up the atmosphere in one of Mexico City’s local cantinas while a Mariachi band strums the night away
  • Walk between the two great pyramids of the Avenue of the Dead in the ancient city of Teotihuacan
  • Take a trip back in time to the marvelous Mayan monuments of Chichen Itza
  • Snorkel in the crystal clear waters off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula
  • Dance until the wee hours in one of Guadeloupe, Cabo, or Cancun’s hip nightclubs
  • Spend the day relaxing in a spa at one the country’s many natural hot springs
  • Climb the scenic, snow-capped volcanoes of Nevado de Toluca and Popocatepetl

Culture: 

A vibrant and vivacious nation that never stops pulsating, the colorful country of Mexico gave the world chocolate, chilies, and tequila, and has much more to offer. Pristine beaches, unforgettable evenings, and 31 World Heritage sites are just some of the reasons why endless waves of tourists flock to this magnificent destination.

A gateway from the US to Latin America, Mexico is a rich and diverse land, with sandy shores straddling the coasts, offering azure waters perfect for surfing, ancient ruins strewn through the mountains, jungles offering endless adventures, and one of the world’s busiest and most happening urban centers, Mexico City. Everything and anything seems possible in Mexico, and a trip to the ‘Land of the Hot Sun’ catering to virtually every avid traveler.

Mexico has an extensive road and rail network designed to meet the needs of its population – the second largest in Latin America, with buses being the most commonly used mode of inter-city transport, while Mexico City and Guadalajara are both equipped with inner-city light rail systems. For long distances, low-cost carriers such as AeroMexico offer domestic flights.

Sights

  • Tulum
  • Xcaret Park
  • Coba
  • Xel-Ha Park
  • El Castillo, Chichen Itza
  • Palenque
  • Sian Ka’an
  • National Museum of Anthropology
  • Zocalo
  • Pyramid of the Sun
  • Playacar
  • Ik Kil

Notable Holidays and Festivals

  • Constitution Day – First Monday in February
  • Benito Juarez’s Birthday – Third Monday in March
  • Maundy Thursday – the Thursday before Easter Sunday
  • Good Friday – Friday before Easter Sunday
  • Labour Day – May 1st
  • Cinco de Mayo – May 5th
  • Independence Day – September 16th
  • Day of the Races – October 12th
  • Day of the Dead – November 2nd
  • Revolution Day – November 19th
  • Day of the Vergin of Guadalupe – December 12th