Things to Do in Mexico
Mexico has been and will always be considered an ideal coastal destination due to a well-tended tourism framework and its proximity to the U.S. Whether seeking a relaxing beach vacation on the Sea of Cortez, the Pacific, or the Gulf of Mexico, or perhaps a cultural tour, you’re sure to find an unforgettable place you’ll come to visit again and again.
And if you’re traveling to Mexico for the first time, be sure to check out these tips!
Explore Culture and Beaches in Tulum
Visit Tulum, which has a little bit of everything – and all within a close proximity! Explore the Mayan ruins, relax on the quiet secluded white sand beaches, or savor one of the many restaurant options.
An ideal destination for a quiet relaxing vacation, whether on your honeymoon or taking a break with friends. Did we mention this coastal jewel also offers many all-inclusive options?
Try a Water Sport in La Paz
La Paz, located about 100 miles north of Cabo San Lucas, is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and watersport addicts.
Rent a kayak at Balandra Beach, where you can navigate through inland mangroves, or snorkel with whale sharks. Beware NOT – these are non-dangerous fish, as they only eat plankton.
Bask on the Beaches of Cancun
As one of the top destinations in the country, Cancun has a unique and well-developed travel infrastructure with countless hotels including all-inclusive resorts, high-end shops, nightclubs, bars, and restaurants – all of which are regularly patrolled by police.
You can also take a guided day trip to Chichen Itza, another place for Mayan exploration, or bask in the sun along the beautiful turquoise beaches.
Play By the Pacific
The Pacific coastal city of Puerto Vallarta is a popular beach destination offering exhilarating waterfront activities, such as parasailing and jet skiing, right in front of an amazing array of resort hotels.
Visitors can explore colonial landmarks or spot giant manta rays in the daytime. End the day with a sunset romantic dinner, or dance the night away in the variety of vibrant nightclubs.
Craving Culture Rather Than Water?
Mexico City is a cultural gem with over 150 museums, many street art pieces, and colorful markets that you do not want to miss.
Since it is one of the largest cities of the world, there’s no shortage of sites to see. Visit the house where Frida Kahlo lived!