About Mexico

Travel to Mexico to experience a nation rich in history, tradition, culture, and natural beauty. The inhabitants of this modern country use their land and other resources to create unrivalled handicrafts and a varied and colourful cuisine. Mexico's tourism industry is strong, with every state offering a unique travel experience. 

Beach Recreation

With the ample modern infrastructure of many Mexican beaches, you will find entertainment centers where you can enjoy the best shows, theme parks with unique and unforgettable activities, and, in the evening, a dynamic nightlife to enjoy before heading for bed.

Imagine yourself seated before a pyramidal stage by the shore, on which, beneath the light of the moon, you watch the extraordinary spectacle of a demonstration of the ancient ball game; or singing along with a favorite pop star at a beach concert; or watching a motocross competition in the bright sun, at which the high-speed vehicles kick up the sand in their exciting turns.

Further from the sea, you don't need to miss a single moment of fun spent with the family, thanks to a whole range of nature reserves to choose from, where you can dive, swim, explore rivers and cross beautiful mangrove swamps that will shade you from the heat of the sun.

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Or you can climb aboard the famous banana boat, swim with dolphins, take part in sand sports or get to know the animals of the region, such as turtles and manta rays, as well as learning about the marine fauna in the aquariums.

If this is still not enough, the extreme sports you can have a go at are many and very exciting. You'll feel your heart racing as you make a leap into space with a bungee rope or a parachute. Exciting too is a dive into the depths of the sea or observation from the surface with a snorkel, as you feel the fish brush right past you. On land you can try mountain biking, rappelling, or mountaineering almost at the sea's edge thanks to the country's many mountain ranges, which also offer all kinds of activities to fill you with energy and satiate your desire for adventure.


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Watching the fish swimming by from the surface cannot be compared to immersing yourself in the depths and being guided by them through the seas.

Washed by the soft waters of the Pacific Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean and the Sea of Cortez, home to lagoons, rivers, cenotes and lakes, Mexico is an ideal country to go diving.

Whatever day it is, every day is a good one to go exploring the magical and colorful underwater world, full of species of fish, turtles and mammals of all shapes, sizes and colors, swimming in shoals through the coral reefs, the soft sands, the spectacular caves and the deep chasms that open up in a flash of bright blue.

This is an experience that allows you to feel part of this unique world, and to sense the immensity, beauty and power of the waters that provide life and home to thousands of animals, from tiny fish to great mammals such as whales and orcas, as well as the strange microorganisms that reproduce amongst the plants and coral and which, on occasion, light up the water at night, filling it with extraordinary reflections.

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There is a whole world of submerged surprises and hidden stories, because as well as the diverse sea life, there are shipwrecks, buildings and even religious statues to be explored under the waves. It is also possible to take photographs of your aquatic adventures, providing a souvenir of your journey into the ocean depths.

Best of all is that in some of the best locations in Mexico to try out this enjoyable experience – such as Quintana Roo, Baja California, Oaxaca and Veracruz – you'll find numerous operators providing training, professional equipment rental and tours with the best safety records and best trained personnel to take you on this unique experience.


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Cancun, Mexico, a city on the northeast coast of the state of Quintana Roo, is considered one of Mexico's top tourist destinations becasue of its great natural beauty. The turquoise sea filled with colorful fish and coral reefs, plus soft white sandy beaches, attract visitors from all over the world.

Magnificent resorts in Cancun, Mexico, establish it as a top destination for offering comfort, relaxation, fun, and adventure to those choosing to discover this region's marvels.

Significant archeological sites, such as Tulum, and nature reserves, such as Xcaret and Xel-Ha, where outdoor activities including water sports are available, are near the city. These transform a visit here into a close encounter with nature and the magic the land and seascapes hold. From its shores, it is easy to visit Isla Mujeres and Cozumel, located out to sea in the Caribbean.

In Cancun, there is no room for boredom. From the moment the sun rises until it drops below the horizon, there are countless places to visits and things to do.

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In the city center, there are several shopping areas as well as entertainment and sports complexes to suit all visitors' tastes and requirements. Take a stroll down the Kukulcán Boulevard, the main street joining the island hotel area with the city center. From this boulevard, several archeological sites can be seen, framed by the calm sea in the distance.

At night, the fun continues in nightclubs, restaurants, cinemas, and theaters, offering enjoyable moments in the company of family, friends, or partners.

Visitors who explore this tourist destination are astounded by its cultural, ecological, gastronomical, and historical wealth, making it a place where the greatest pleasures in life converge.Typical of the Mayan Riviera, Cancun, Mexico, weather is consistently warm, with most days reaching into the 80s, ensuring that visitors can enjoy the natural beauty that drew them to this popular destination.

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The capital of tequila, mariachis, and charreria, this city is a cultural reference point.

Guadalajara, Mexico, capital of the state of Jalisco, is a prosperous metropolis that also comprises the municipalities of Zapopan, Tlaquepaque, Tonalá, Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, Juanacatlán, El Salto, and Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos.

Tourism in Guadalajara is strong. A cosmopolitan city with a tradition of hospitality and a center for business and entertainment, it is a source of pride for its citizens. Nicknamed the "Pearl of the West," its beautiful broad tree-lined avenues, parks, fountains, monuments, colonial and modern architecture, galleries, and museums offer pleasure to locals and visitors alike.

The state of Jalisco is the cradle of traditions deeply ingrained in Mexico's national identity: tequila, the world-famous spirit; mariachi music, which transcends borders; and the official national sport of charrería, a display of Mexican cowboy and rodeo culture. As a result, the state capital brings together producers, musicians, and sportspeople who proudly put Mexican customs on display.

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Cultural and artistic activities abound with events such as the International Book Fair and the Showcase of Mexican Cinema placing Guadalajara in the world spotlight every year. The opera, theater, philharmonic orchestra, and folk dance and ballet companies perform throughout the year in countless venues, among them the famous Neoclassical-style Degollado Theater and the Cabañas Cultural Institute, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Guadalajara is rich in architecture and boasts a stirring history. Priceless treasures such as ancient monasteries, mansions, and palaces are a backdrop to the everyday life of its citizens, who, without losing sight of their roots, enjoy a modern city with vibrant industries and a high quality of life. The city's towers, courtyards, and fountains and its religious frescoes and stained glass reflect more than 450 years of history. A highlight for visitors is the regional cuisine, which distills and blends the best of pre-Hispanic and Spanish traditions.


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