Mexico is a pure delight as one finds authentic elements of North American, Spanish and customary Mexican influences. From the enlivening nightclubs of Cancun to the Mayan ruins and jungles filled with howler monkeys and parrots – Mexico is anything but dull and sleepy and offers a lot to the visitors. There are 26 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. Board a flights to Mexico and drown in the magical world of intriguing past.
Top 10 things to Do and See
Visit the Markets – The markets of Mexico are a great place to savor traditional food, purchase plenty of souvenirs, and pick up a bargain. Head to Oaxaca or the Cludadela market in the city to admire folk art.
See Chichen Itza – Chichen Itza is a huge Mayan archaeological site located in the north. It has been declared as the new Seven Wonders of the World and visited frequently by curious visitors. The most impressive structure on the site is the 78 feet tall Temple of Kukulkan, also known as Castillo. The site is decorated with elaborated wall carvings, engraved columns and a ball court.
Chapultepec Park – This is one of the largest parks in the world, encompassing the zoo in the city of Mexico, the Atlantis Marine Life Park, La Feria Amusement park and the world class Anthropology Museum. The park is a must visit on your Mexican and Caribbean holidays.
The Zocalo – The Zocalo is at the heart of Mexico City as it encompasses the Palacio Nacional and the Temple Mayor. Marvel at the cathedral fortified with gold and stunning Spanish colonial architecture.
Explore Tulum – Many tourists love to combine swimming, relaxing and sightseeing on the beach but Tulum is also situated right next to Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve. It is a prime site for those wanting to explore wildlife among rainforests and Mayan ruins.
Visit a Volcano – Mexico has over 30 active volcanoes and most of them are found among the national parks and offer some of the best hiking and biking spots in the country.
Go Diving – The seas surrounding Mexico create some of the best diving spots with their diverse coral reefs and marine life, including the second largest reef system in the world.
The Day of the Dead – Mexico celebrates an yearly festival that is contrary to its name and brings out a vibrant and lively affair with amazing celebrations for those who are gone but not forgotten. If you want a real taste of Mexican culture then don’t miss this.
Party in Cancun – Depending on what you are looking for, Cancun offers you a crazy fun, party in the sun and enjoyment in the hidden restaurants and local markets.
Be Active – Lazing around the beach is great but there are other stuffs to do also. You may opt for surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, zip-lining, caving and many other things. Let your long holidays as well as city breaks to Mexico prove heavenly and life-giving.