Are you planning your next vacation? Have you thought about visiting Mexico?
Mexico is the 7th most visited place in the world and has around 49.6 million tourists visit every year. Whether you are attracted to the beautiful country for its culture and unique history or the miles and miles of white sand beaches, there is something for everyone here.
Surrounded by rich history that dates back over three millennia, Mexico is a living history book. With the ancient ruins of the Mayans, Toltecs, and Aztec historic sites, you can get a small piece of where this civilization lived and the history that was recorded and collected throughout the centuries.
If your looking to submerse yourself in R&R and experience a unique culture in the same trip- this is the place to be. Surf on the smooth waves or lay back with a drink in hand at one of the many resorts in Playa de Carmen, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, or Riviera Maya. Go on an adventure through the jungle on a zip line or ATV routes, or do something a little more festive like attending Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) which is a festival celebration of the people who are gone but not forgotten. The two-day event that is filled with music, dancing, and celebration. A one week trip will not be enough time to do everything on your Mexico bucket list, you’ll be ready to travel back for more!
What To Do
Explore The Tulum Ruins
Take a step back in time, explore, and trek around the ruins of Tulum, admissions into the ruins is 70 MXN (4 USD). See the area where major trading took place as far back as the 11th century. Explore the well-preserved pyramids at the center of the ruins and more.
Dive In Cozumel
Are you ready to take a dive in the second largest reef system in the world, the Great Maya Barrier Reef? See the eccentric coral reefs, the diverse marine life and blue oceans. Who would pass on the opportunity to see wildlife on a whole other level? Plan a day trip out to this beautiful island.
Visit Merida: The White City
Merida is one of the oldest colonies in Mexico. The town is the base for many Mayan sites and a good day trip if you’re at a local resort. The town got its nickname “The White City” from its neat and tidy appearance and from locals who dress in white.
Where To Eat
Blvd. Kukulcan, Punta Cancun, Zona Hotelera, 77500 Cancún, Q.R., Mexico
If you don’t want to veer to far from the hotel strip take a quick trip down to Marinero’s Restaurant.
This place serves authentic seafood dishes that are prepared with fresh ingredients.
Listen to live music while enjoying a nice meal.
Carr. Tulum-Boca Paila km 6, Tulum Beach, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Looking for a high-end date night restaurant?
Kitchen Table has you covered with a mix of Caribbean and fusion style food.
This place has views of the Mexican forest and all the food is cooked by a wood burning fire.
Calle 8 y playa S/N, 77710 Playa del Carmen, Q.R., Mexico
Enjoy this casual dining spot with a view. CGrill Restaurant puts a modern twist on its authentic cuisine. Working with the best vendors to provide the best flavor of the area right to your table. Relax near the beach or in the lounge to have the best dining experience possible.
Where To Stay
Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa
Km. 307 Carretera Federal Chetumal, Juárez, 77580 Puerto Morelos, Q.R., Mexico
A hotel that is catered to all? This is the place to go. Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa has something for everyone, from a heated kids pool and planetarium to a spa experience you don’t want to miss with an ocean view. This all-inclusive resort is the place to be!
Iberostar Selection Paraiso Maya
Carretera Chetumal, Privada Juárez Km 309, Playa Paraiso, 77710 Riviera Maya, Q.R., Mexico
Get submersed in Mayan culture from the moment you step onto this resort. Take in the atmosphere at the lobby bar or relax on the lazy river that makes you feel like you’re in the Mexican jungle. Make memories of a lifetime at this premiere destination!
Royalton Riviera Cancun
Carretera Federal 307 Cancun-Playa del Carmen, Calle Manzana 102 Lote 15 Km 332, 31, 77500 Cancún, Q.R., Mexico
Looking for a modern experience? Enjoy many family friendly activities for instance, on site splash park, teens club, and unmotorized water sports. Another great amenity is the free high-speed Wi-Fi, in room Bluetooth speakers, and free calls to select countries.
When To Travel
December – April?
The best time to visit Mexico is in the dry season, December to April. Temperatures are in the 80’s throughout this time and are perfect for laying out by the beach or exploring the area. This is also the perfect time to go if you are looking to save a little money. (Except for the week between Christmas and New Year’s).
May – October?
A not-so-ideal time to travel to Mexico is during the wet season, May to October. These are the months when it is rainier and weather can be unpredictable but you can still have a good time during these months. During this time, it tends to be more expensive to travel to areas such as Cancun, Tulum, and other popular beaches.
Let’s Head To Mexico!
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