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Mexico is a tourist-oriented very diverse destination offering many excellent beach resorts, amazing archeological sites, colourful colonial cities, sophisticated metropolises and a natural beauty in its varied terrain. 

Some facts about Mexico are that it is the 14th largest country in area in the world, has 10,000 kilometres/6000 miles of coastline and ethnically made up of a mixture of Spanish and Indigenous peoples. Historically, it has grown from a melting pot of 300 years of many cultures including the Spanish Conquistadores and the advanced civilizations of the Mayan and Aztec Indians. 

Whatever reason one has to visit Mexico, it is well worth combining both pleasure and culture both provided in abundance here. If the prime reason for a visit is sea, sun and sand, one is spoiled for choice. On the Pacific Ocean Coast, there is an array of excellent and attractive resorts – Acapulco, a sophisticated and urban destination offering good nightlife and the remarkable high cliff sea divers, the smaller resorts of Mazatlan and Manzanillo plus the resorts of the Baja Peninsula with its dramatic sea and landscapes, remote deserts and dormant volcanoes including the popular Cabo San Lucas.  

On the Atlantic Coast, in the Yucatan Peninsula are also a number of excellent resorts such as Cancun and Playa del Carmen. An advantage to these would be to explore the Peninsula laden with archaeological treasures and Colonial cities. The resort of Cozumel offers clear blue waters with wonderful coral reefs perfect for scuba diving or snorkeling. 

If the history of the Mayan civilization is an attraction, consider any of the following Mayan sites, Chichen Itza is the largest and most restored and visited site. Uxmal, near Merida, is well preserved and Tulum on the coast is a good choice from the above mentioned resorts. The city of Merida is the capital of the Yucatan and a good point from which to visit Uxmal. It is an attractive colonial and historical centre. 

The capital, Mexico City deserves several days to really make good use of the many attractions of North America’s largest city by population. The historic centre is a good starting point with the majestic Zocalo, the largest square in Latin America and the third largest in the world after Tien An Men Square, Beijing and Red Square, Moscow. Nearby is the Aztec Temple Mayor. The city boasts one of the largest parks in the world in the beautiful and lush Chapultepec Park, home to several museums and art galleries including the renowned National Museum of Anthropology with its amazing collection. It also houses a zoo, a castle and several lakes. In the near lying suburbs are atmospheric San Angel with its cobblestone streets, upscale restaurants and boutiques, Coyoacan, an arts district and previously home to artists, Frida Kahlo and Diego Riviera plus Leon Trotsky and Xochimilco known as the Mexican Venice with its canals.    

Just outside Mexico City is the Teotihuacan Mayan archaeological site with its Pyramid of the Sun and also Taxco, a very pretty town known for its silverware and jewellery. 

San Miguel de Allende is probably the most attractive colonial city in the country situated north of Mexico on the “Colonial Route". The narrow cobblestone streets, leafy courtyards and well preserved 17th and 18th century buildings make this pleasant city to spend time in. 

Puebla, south east of Mexico City is another colonial city worth visiting. It is surrounded by volcanoes and snow-capped mountains and is known for its pottery and colourful ceramic tiles.

Guadalajara is a graceful city with a colonial downtown. It is the home of Mariachi music and Tequila. Oaxaca in the southern part of Mexico is a charming city full of culture with a rich and colourful history. Check out the indigenous market and the ruins of Monte Alban, a pre-Columbian archaeological site. As a contrast, consider a train journey through the wild and exotic Copper Canyon in the Sierra Madre Mountains (an extension of the Rocky Mountains in the US).

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  • Colonial Mexico

    Discover the influences and legacies of the Spanish Colonial era in Mexico. Visit exceptionally beautiful towns and immerse yourself in history. You will be delighted at the colourful cities and towns offering extraordinary and remarkable sights including the Colonial-style buildings, plazas and avenues.
    Duration:
    8 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,034
    Trip Type:
    Single Friendly, Small Group Tours
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  • Discover the Yucatan

    Let the remnants of the Mayan empire intrigue you on this short Yucatan Peninsula tour, which takes in the famous sights of Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Ekbalam, and Coba, before returning you to the sundrenched shores of Cancun.
    Duration:
    3 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 545
    Trip Type:
    Independent Travel Modules, Single Friendly
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  • Discover the Yucatan & Cancun

    Combine the Yucatan Peninsula’s Mayan civilization’s history and culture with a stay at an outstanding beach resort. Discover the wonders of amazing sites such as Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Ek Balam and Coba, each with its own characteristics. Later unwind and relax in Cancun.
    Duration:
    7 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,261
    Trip Type:
    Independent Travel Modules, Single Friendly
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  • Discover the Yucatan & Playa del Carmen

    Enjoy the famous Mayan sites and beach resorts of the Yucatan Peninsula. Gaze upon Kukulcan Pyramid at Chichen Itza, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, sample Yucatecan cuisine in colonial Merida and relax on the pristine beaches of chic Playa del Carmen.
    Duration:
    7 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,781
    Trip Type:
    Independent Travel Modules, Single Friendly
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  • Haciendas of the Yucatan

    Spend time in the Yucatan Peninsula with its amazing and outstanding Mayan archaeological sites giving you a good idea of how this civilization lived. Of particular note are Uxmal and Chichen itza. Also enjoy a stay in Merida, the Yucatan’s largest city.
    Duration:
    7 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,796
    Trip Type:
    Independent Travel Modules, VIP Luxury Touring
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  • Mayan Mexico

    Bringing together the best Mayan sites of the Yucatan peninsula, this Mexico tour delves into the history of Central America’s most famous civilization, on a round trip journey from Cancun.
    Duration:
    6 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,860
    Trip Type:
    Classic Itineraries, Independent Travel Modules
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  • Mexican Riviera Add on

    Spend 3 nights at a resort hotel on the spectacular Riviera Maya and have a full day’s visit to the amazing Mayan civilization site of Tulum perched high on a cliff overlooking the sea.
    Duration:
    4 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,395
    Trip Type:
    City Breaks/Stopover Ideas
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  • Mexico City in Depth

    Enjoy Mexico’s colourful capital and have 2 full day’s touring which include Mexico City’s local neighbourhoods as well as a visit the world renowned Museum of Anthropology in beautiful Chapultepec Park. Also travel to Teotihuacan, the pre-Columbian ancient city and after, visit the Guadaloupe Shrine.
    Duration:
    4 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 930
    Trip Type:
    City Breaks/Stopover Ideas
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  • Mexico City Stopover

    Enjoy a stay in Mexico’s colourful capital and have a full day’s touring of local neighbourhoods as well as visit the world renowned Museum of Anthropology in beautiful Chapultepec Park.
    Duration:
    3 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 356
    Trip Type:
    City Breaks/Stopover Ideas
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  • Oaxaca Stopover

    Though it swells with visitors during the annual Day of the Dead celebrations, Oaxaca is one of Mexico’s most colourful, romantic, and engaging destinations at any time of year.
    Duration:
    4 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 320
    Trip Type:
    City Breaks/Stopover Ideas
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