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Mexico is the perfect destination for any type of traveler. The adventurer, the relaxer, the history junkie, and the foodie will all have something to look forward to. Most know about the big attractions like Aztec city of Tenochtitlan and Mexico City, but there is so much more to do and see. The tips below will guide you in an intimate exploration of the country in a budget-friendly way.
Go diving to witness the Mesoamerican Reef, the world’s second largest reef, and all its glory. You’ll find Ancient shipwrecks, underground caverns, and a rainbow of colorful wildlife. There are lots of places for beginner divers in Mexico including Discovery Bay, Isla Mujeres, and Manchones Reef in Cancun. More experienced divers can make their way to locations such as The Boiler on the Revillagigedo Islands, Bull Shark Dive, or Gordo Banks. You can also take a trip to Aquaworld, an underwater museum, for those not wanting to take the plunge.
Shop at local markets for a taste of the local foods and souvenirs. Mercado Ciudadela in Mexico City and Mercado Ciudadela in Mexico City are two popular options. Try delicious fruit juices and take home some unique artwork.
Take a bike tour through the countryside. Research to find a guide who knows about the trails (including the secret ones) and hop on a bike to see the landscape views. Some guides offer day trips and others offer multi-day journeys. It can be a life-changing experience for the adventurous couple or family! Be prepared with the right gear!
What better place to cross off an item on your bucket list? Skydive in Cabo to combine your love for breathtaking views and an adrenaline rush. You won’t be disappointed with the scenic views of the coast. Skydiving is intimidating for most, but being able to say you went skydiving in Mexico is worth it, right?
Visit Mexico City’s Chapultepec Park, one of the largest urban parks in the world. It has nine museums, a zoo, an amusement park, and gardens throughout for children to play. You could spend days here with all there is to do. It’s a hub for tourists and locals to mingle. You can take a bike ride through or roam around on foot.
Visit the Zócalo plaza for a view of Spanish colonial architecture. If you visit in the winter, you’ll witness the main square light up with beautiful mosaics created out of thousands of lightbulbs. The enormous Christmas tree won’t go unnoticed either. The buildings are decorated with candles, flowers, vines, and more.
Walk through The National Anthropology Museum, the largest and most frequented museum in Mexico. This is located within Mexico City’s Chapultepec Park, but it’s also worth mentioning on its own. It’s full of ancient Mexican art and exhibits about present-day indigenous groups. Making your way here is one of the best ways to get a crash course in Mexico’s history.
Take a day trip to Chichen Itza, the most famous Mayan ruins on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. It’s an easy day trip for those staying in Cancun. The primary attraction is the El Castillo pyramid, one of the new seven wonders of the world. The Observatory and the Temple of the Warrior are also popular sights to see.
Club Med Cancun is an all-inclusive luxury resort stretched along the world-famous Mayan Riviera beach. It’s perfect for families making the journey. The hotel offers childcare services and a children’s playground for parents’ convenience.
Each room is air-conditioned, includes a fully equipped bathroom, and a flat screen tv. Some rooms have a private balcony and oceanfront view. Interconnected rooms are available at request.
The resort has an extensive list of outdoor activities for guests to enjoy including tennis, beach volleyball, and golf. Water sports are a must in Cancun. Guest favorites include water skiing, windsurfing, catamaraning, snorkeling, and more. The onsite infinity pool is the perfect place to take an Instagram-worthy photo.
All-inclusive bookings include breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Snacks and alcoholic drinks are also available. The newly renovated resort features three different restaurants and a fine dining Mexican experience. Book this vacation for a Mexican vacation full of culture, good food, family fun, and relaxing beach days. Trip Support offers an all-inclusive booking with Club Med Cancun.
Eat the food at local markets instead of expensive restaurants. Many of the towns you’ll be visiting have fresh fruits, veggies, and snacks sold at local markets. Treat yourself to a nice meal every once in a while, but it’s also worth trying out the local eats, for the culture and your wallet.
Plan to travel off season. Making the trip between April and early December can save you money as hotel and flight rates are generally cheaper. You’ll avoid big crowds at attractions as well.
Take public transportation for excursions like day trips to Chichen Itza and inner-city explorations. Avoid guided tours if it’s not too inconvenient. On your own you can avoid big crowds and stay at the attractions as long as you’d like. Colectivos, or passenger vans, often travel up and down the coast and are much more cost effective than a guided tour. There is a bus system that runs inland.
Exchange your currency to pesos at an ATM. Using pesos to make most of your purchases could save you up to 10 percent on purchases. The exchange rates at most places are much more expensive if you choose to pay in dollars or Canadian dollars.
Book your trip with Trip Support Book Now Pay Later. With a small installment upfront, you can begin making monthly payments to pay off your vacation before you even board the plane. A relaxing Mexican vacation should be accessible to everyone. Planning about six weeks to four months ahead is recommended to get the best offer. Trip Support never checks a customer’s credit score.
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