Mexico offers travellers a tantalising smorgasbord of nature, history, cuisine and culture. Aztec and Mayan archaeological treasures, tequila, charming colonial cities, Mexican food and beach culture, all these features and more make up this tourist and historical hub. Culture vultures will be bowled over by the impressive sites of ancient civilisations that moulded Mexico’s great Pre-Columbian history, while nature lovers will be in their element on the pristine beaches along its 10 000-kilometre coastline, or exploring the country’s rainforests, mountain peaks and mangrove lagoons. Gourmands flock here for the distinctive and flavourful cuisine that has become famous the world over.

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Electrical sockets in Mexico are one of two electrical socket types: Type B (NEMA 5-15) and Type A (NEMA 1-15). If your appliance’s plug doesn’t match…

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Currency The currency of Mexico is the Mexican Peso (MXN; symbol M$) = 100 centavos. Notes are in denominations of M$1,000, 500, 200, 100, 50 and…

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Mexican cuisine is a gloriously rich mix, reflecting the many cultural influences the country has absorbed throughout its history. Nevertheless, the main…

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Mexico is a great destination to visit throughout the year. Altitude is a determining factor with regards to the weather, with cooler temperatures at higher…

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Navigating Mexico City’s vast urban sprawl can be a daunting prospect even with a comprehensive and cheap public transport system. However, the metro makes…

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This varies from area to area. Natural fibres are best in the heat, but have a sweater on hand as the nights are generally cooler. A sun hat will help…

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The capital of the northwestern Mexican state of the same name, Chihuahua is a prosperous industrial city boasting an extraordinary wealth of history, and some remarkable…

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Located in western Mexico, the city of Guadalajara serves as the capital and largest city of the state of Jalisco. Guadalajara is also the second-largest metropolis…

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Los Mochis

The idyllic coastal city of Los Mochis is situated in Mexico’s northern Sinaloa state. Spend a leisurely day strolling and picnicking at the Benjamin Francis Johnston…

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Mexico City

Mexico City, one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world, sprawls across the Valley of Mexico. Originally the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, the city was…

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Posada Barrancas

Posada Barrancas, a small hillside train stop settlement along the Chepe Route, lies within the magnificent Copper Canyon system of Mexico, within Areponapuchi. Divisadero, at five…

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Puerto Vallarta

Situated in the Jalisco State, Puerto Vallarta is set on the west coast of Mexico. The resort town is backed by tropical palm-covered mountains, and encircles…

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Featured Tours

Mexico Tour

2 weeks Holiday including the Capital city, the Ancient city of Guadalajara , the famous resort of Puerto Vallarta and the Copper canyon including the famous train….

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