Best Places to visit in Mexico
Mexico is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. It can offer something for all kinds of travelers, with a host of tourist attractions, such as the Acapulco, Oaxaca and the Isla Mujeres, to name a few.
Puerto Vallarta is a cultural hub for art and is a very popular tropical getaway. The landscape is very scenic and the people are very friendly; The weather is perfect and one can enjoy several outdoor activities, such as watching whales and dolphins while riding the seas on a panga, visiting the zoo, watching the sunset at the Bay of Banderas and enjoying Mexico’s delicious foods.
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Get the experience of a lifetime at Isla Mujeres, offering several options for beach lovers. You can go snorkeling with the tropical fish and view the coral reefs or go boating, kayaking and windsurfing, as well as enjoying its seafood. It’s a laid-back fishing village, but there’s plenty to do, with swimming, shopping and sunning. There is fun on both the land and water here. People of all ages can enjoy the beaches by renting gear for snorkeling, kayaking and diving. Explore the island on a rented bike, visit the Turtle farm and view the awesome sea turtles. Other places of interest include the Garrafon Park, the Punta Sur, or the South Point, which offers great picture opportunities and the Hacienda Mundaca, a historical mansion with gardens, archways and forts built by a 19th century pirate.
It is a picturesque site in Riviera Maya and overlooks the ocean, with spectacular views of the beaches and the Caribbean Sea.
The Castillo is a clip top structure with set amidst a lush landscape. It boasts of several beaches, a wildlife reserve, historic sites amidst archeological ruins and several outdoor activities. It is south of Cancun and one can easily access some great spots from here, such as the ruins of Tulum, Valladolid, a colonial town and the Sian Kaan Biosphere by renting a car. Walk on the pristine beaches, go boogie boarding and swimming.
For the best experience of Tulum, combine some beach fun with a tour of the ruins.
Oaxaca is a cultural hub south of Mexico City, attracting history buffs and also food lovers. There are many mountains, caverns and architectural gems for exploration and it truly embodies the essence of Mexico. It is the perfect place for those with an appreciation of old civilizations and architecture and is one of the safest destinations for tourists. Take a look at the World Heritage City at the historic enter and Monte Alban. Enjoy Spanish recipes and indigenous and traditional dishes at the 20-de noviembre market or buy souvenirs at the Juarez market and the Juchitan market.
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Meaning the “Place of the Turtle’, this is a getaway close to Cancun and one that is a must for nature lovers, especially aquatic types. You can enjoy splashing around in the Yal Kul Lagoon or in the Akumal Bay or go snorkeling in the lagoon or in the underwater river to see a turtle swimming alongside you. The waters are sparkling, there are many beautiful fish and coral and it is a very tourist friendly town.