Reasons to Visit Mexico
From the rocky beaches of the Pacific coast to the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, it is a large and diverse country that offers something of interest to nearly every visitor. Whether you’re looking to spend a few peaceful days in a large beachfront resort, or travel through small towns, Mexico is ready to welcome you.
Choose from the calm, sandy beaches of the Mexican Riviera that line the Gulf of Mexico, where you can splash in the surf or partake in some snorkeling or jet-skiing, right from the shore. Or, opt for a trip to Mexico’s western coast and stay in a resort perched atop the rocky cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, where you can enjoy fishing trips and scuba diving in the deep, cool waters.
Mexico is one of the most affordable international vacations you can take. There are so many options for travel packages, there is always one to fit your and your specific travel desires.
If you’d like an all-inclusive trip, you can save a bundle by packaging your resort and airfare. By staying at an all inclusive resort, your price includes all food/beverage and onsite activities during your stay. No need to get out your wallet!
What’s unique about Mexico’s cuisine is that it varies by region. Most dishes are a combination of the ancient Aztec and Mayan dishes. While they serve some of the more internationally recognized dishes, like tamales, tacos and quesadillas, they also have a variety of dishes not found anywhere else. Head down to Baja California to sample Mexico’s finest wines and visit the home of the fish taco.
While the majority of Mexican citizens speak Spanish, they all have varying degrees of knowledge in speaking English. This makes it easy for many tourists, most of whom visit from the United States and Canada.
No time is a bad time to visit Mexico as the weather is almost perfect year-round.
In Mexico there are two main seasons. Although there is some variation in temperature over the year, the most obvious difference is between rainy and dry seasons. The rainy season through most of Mexico falls roughly from May through September or October. During the rest of the year there is little or no rain. Don’t be discouraged from visiting during rainy season, when you’ll see lush, green landscape, as opposed to the dry season’s parched, brown landscape – and it often only rains in the late afternoons and evenings.