Mexico holidays have become synonymous with perfect beach getaways. Boasting some of the best beaches and beach resorts in the world it’s easy to see why holidays to Mexico have been growing in popularity for the last few years. White sands & turquoise waters is the image most commonly associated with holidays on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. The Yucatan Peninsula boasts some of Mexico’s most popular beach resorts including Cancun, the Riviera Maya, Cozumel and Tulum each offering fantastic beaches in common but their own distinct attributes.
Mexico boasts a tropical warm climate & therefore Mexico holidays are popular all year round. Peak season for visitors to Mexico’s Caribbean coast tends to be from December to May, June to August tends to be very hot and humid with September offering a higher risk of tropical storms.
Along with wonderful beaches Mexico holidays are also associated with some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, boasting magnificent service, tremendous food, excellent facilities and stunning natural surroundings. However as well as a wide range of luxury hotels there are numerous cheaper options with the vast majority of Mexico holidays been on an all-inclusive basis there is a Mexico holiday to suit you whatever your budget.
Mexico holidays are not just about the beaches, those interested in history will be intrigued by the Mayan ruins, especially the Mayan city of Chichen Itza. For those who are interested in nature there are opportunities to go whale watching or swimming with Dolphins or for those interested in diving Cozumel boasts some of the best dive sites in the world. Whatever your age, interests or budget there is a 2017 and 2018 Mexico holiday to suit you.
Mexico holidays are perfect for those who simply want to relax on white sands, top up their tan, sip a tasty cocktail and occasionally take a dip in warm turquoise waters, but there is much more to Mexico holidays than simply relaxing on a pristine beach. Why not enjoy one of the array of watersports available from wind surfing & jet skiing to sailing or deep sea fishing there is something for everyone.
Mexico also boasts some magnificent dive sites, so those interested in scuba diving will be spoilt for choice as they discover the numerous underwater attractions.
Another attraction of Mexico holidays is the cuisine, nachos, fajitas, enchiladas, tortillas, combined with fresh meats, chilli and spices making sensational tasting meals and snacks. Experience and enjoy traditional and local delicacies depending where in Mexico you visit.
Mexico holidays also offer an array of cultural and historically significant sites. The Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza are a particularly popular attraction although there are several other notable archaeological sites to visit.