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Things to do in Mexico
Acapulco - catch some fish on a sport fishing boat trip
Taking the opportunity to go sports fishing off Acapulco for some of the best game fishing in the world. This is a fantastic experience that pits your strength and endurance against that of the fish. Whether you are after sailfish, dorado, sharks, tuna or marlin this is the place to find them. Private charters or group trips are available. Check out your company carefully before booking as there are many to choose from.
Acapulco - see the famous cliff divers at La Quebrada
Hold your breath as you watch the spectacle of divers plummeting the 30m into the waters off La Quebrada Cliffs at Acapulco into water just 2m to 5m deep. There are a number of shows every day with the divers holding flaming torches as they dive during the night show which go out as they hit the water. Best locations are the viewing platforms, the higher the better. You can also watch them from boats if you prefer.
Cozumel - get snapping with a Cozumel photo tour
The tour around Cozumel with a professional photographer helps you learn about angles, light, shadows and distance. In addition to improving your photography skills you will also learn a lot about Mexican history and culture. Tours are available either in groups or as an individual. Do not worry if you do not have a professional camera as amazing results can be obtained from normal cameras too.
Cozumel - take a speed boat ride to Isla de Pasion
A day out on Isla de Pasion is not quite like being on your own private island but it is possibly the closest you will get to it. The speedboat ride out to the island is great fun and the twists and turns that the captains normally cause some excitement. With beautiful beaches and lots of water rides there is something here for everyone, including massages for those wanting to be spoiled and pampered.
Mexico City - explore the impressive National Palace
There has been a building on the site of the National Palace since Aztec times with much of the current buildings construction material coming from older buildings. The palace is a series of buildings, courtyards and gardens that go to make up the site. In addition to interesting architecture there are also a number of paintings worth seeing inside as well as murals and engravings.
Mexico City - wander Chapultepec Park and the National Museum of Anthropology
Possibly one of the most impressive anthropological museums in the world the National Anthropology Museum of Mexico is a must go see when in Mexico City. Set in the beautiful Chapultepec Park, which itself is worth a visit, the museum is so large you need several hours to do it justice. Be sure not to miss the Mayan and Mexican sections on the ground floor and the exhibits on the 3rd floor.
Oaxaca - check out the lovely town of La Crucecita
A traditional looking Mexican town La Crucecita is a hidden gem and filled with small eateries, bars and places to shop. The church, Parroquia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalope , on the central square is full of beautiful frescos including what is believed to be the largest Madonna fresco in the world, which stands 20m high. The town is also a great place to find traditional Oxacatan handicrafts.
Oaxaca - go on an adventurous river rafting trip
The stunning hills around Oaxaca offer fantastic views and one of the best ways to enjoy them is from the deck of a white water raft. The best water levels, and therefore thrill factor are during the fall. Some of the best rapids are on the Copalita River with day or week trips available and everything from class II to Class IV rapids.
Puerto Vallarta - experience Scuba Diving in Banderas Bay
There are so many dive sites to go to in this region of Mexico, a week is just is not long enough to cover then all. Made famous back in the 1970’s by Jacques Cousteau, the region has everything a diver would want from magnificent mantas to minute crustaceans hiding amongst the corals. Diving in the crystal clear waters of the Pacific is possible for both beginners and experienced divers alike.
Puerto Vallarta - go Whale Watching
There are plenty of opportunities to go whale watching in Puerto Vallarta but the best times are between early December and late March but be sure to go with a reputable company that is registered with the government. This is an opportunity to get up close with Humpback whales, one of the ocean’s most magnificent creatures. Marvel as they leap out of the water in a magnificent display.
Introduction of Mexico
Boasting a collection of the world’s most beautiful beaches, secluded escapes, fascinating cities, exotic cultures and intriguing ancient civilizations, Mexico is a truly memorable destination. Central America is renowned for its wonder, and Mexico could best be described as its sparkling jewel on top of a golden crown. Tourism is the country’s primary economy, and as a result, hotels in Mexico are in abundance. Whether tourists are searching for a beach front resort, or central highland retreat, Mexico hotels will undoubtedly satisfy a traveller’s every whim. There is a plethora of cities to visit, ranging from ancient villages to sprawling metropolitan regions. Hotels in Mexico can be found from border to border, coast to coast, coming in a variety of styles and prices. Budget travellers will be captivated by the fine array of cheap Mexico hotels. The country is a magnificent vacation destination for all types of travellers, from the family holiday makers to the newlywed honeymooners.