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Mexico is a traveler's paradise, crammed with a multitude of opposing identities: desert landscapes, snow-capped volcanoes, ancient ruins, teeming cities, time-warped colonial towns, glitzy resorts, lonely beaches and a world-beating collection of flora and fauna.
This mix of modern and traditional is the key to Mexico's charm, whether your passion is throwing back margaritas, listening to howler monkeys, surfing the Mexican Pipeline, or scrambling over Mayan ruins.
MEXICO TOURS AND TRAVEL:
Los Cabos Tours,
Mexico City Tours,
Puerto Vallarta Tours,
Riviera Maya Tours,
ACAPULCO Tours, Travel and Activities
Maybe it's the romantic history of spice ships and pirates; maybe it's the golden beaches, tropical jungles and lagoons; or perhaps it's the high-rise hotels, glittery nightlife and famous cliff-divers that have made Acapulco the foremost resort town in Mexico.
Acapulco's weather is close to perfect all year round. The wet months are between June and October but temperatures stay comfortable and the humidity never gives too much cause for complaint.
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CANCUN Tours, Travel and Activities
In the 1970s Mexico's ambitious tourism planners decided to outdo Acapulco with a brand new, world-class resort in the Yucatan Peninsula. The place they chose was a deserted sand spit offshore from the little fishing village of Puerto Juarez. Its name was Cancun.
In the last two decades Cancun has grown into one of the world's best-known holiday resorts. The Mexican government sunk vast sums into landscaping and infrastructure, yielding straight, well-paved roads, drinkable tap water and great swathes of sandy beach.
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COZUMEL Tours, Travel and Activities
Teardrop-shaped Cozumel has seen some hard times - Spanish invasion, death by smallpox and a flailing economy - but these days it is a calm, charming island with a prime diving reputation. Known as Ah-Cuzamil-Peten (Island of Swallows) by its earliest inhabitants, it is Mexico's largest and most populated island.
In its new incarnation as one of the world's most sought-after diving destinations, Cozumel has gone through something of a growth spurt. The islanders now number over 75,000.
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LOS CABOS Tours, Travel and Activities
Los Cabos's legendary 'Marlin Alley' has lured sportfishing aficionados for decades, but these days whale-watching, golfing and partying are edging out this traditional pastime. If that's not your cup of tequila, spend an extended siesta on miles of postcard-perfect beaches.
With a handy international airport nearby and a necklace of luxury hotels lining the coastline, Los Cabos is no longer an out-of-the-way holiday spot. Cabo San Lucas is the traditional heart of the area; nearby San Jose del Cabo is the smaller, quieter section of Los Cabos.
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MEXICO CITY Tours, Travel and Activities
Mexico City is the world's third-largest metropolis (only Tokyo and NYC are bigger). Mexico's best and worst ingredients are all here: music and noise, brown air and green parks, colonial palaces and skyscrapers, world-renowned museums and poverty.
Mexico City is a magnet for Mexicans and visitors alike. And you could easily spend many months exploring all the museums, monuments, plazas, colonial buildings, monasteries, murals, galleries, historical remnants, archaeological finds, statuary, shrines and religious relics this encyclopedia of a city has to offer.
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PUERTO VALLARTA Tours, Travel and Activities
Nestled between palm-covered mountains, a river and an azure sea, full of cobblestone streets and whitewashed houses, and sitting in front of a gorgeous sandy beach, Puerto Vallarta is seriously picturesque. There are dolphins in the bay year-round, and humpback whales between November and March.
Puerto Vallarta has become one of Mexico's premier international beach resorts, commanding as much tourist-brochure space as other Pacific playgrounds like Acapulco, Mazatlan and Zihuatanejo-Ixtapa. The resort-city gets 2.5 million visitors annually, 1.5 million of whom are Mexicans.
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RIVIERA MAYA Tours, Travel and Activities
The state of Quintana Roo, Mexico's only Caribbean real estate - the Riviera Maya - stretches north from the border with Belize to the extreme northeastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula. Its barrier reef - the world's second largest - runs almost this entire distance, ending at Isla Mujeres.
This and the other reefs along the coast provide a profusion of excellent diving and snorkeling sites ranked among the world's best. Quintana Roo is also home to several impressive Mayan ruins and to resorts of every size and flavor.
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