Planning your next vacation? Look no further than Mexico.
The beaches are just beautiful. From the waters around Baja California you can whale watch, to the crystalline seas of Cancun and pristine white beaches of Tulum. If you like surfing, Oaxaca and the southern coastline have the right conditions for you.
Oh man, I love mother nature. Look at this breathtaking view. Playa del Amor, more commonly known as the Hidden Beach, is a feature of one of the Marieta Islands, located west of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, at the mouth of Banderas Bay. Playa del Amor, a few miles north of Casa Kimberly, can only be reached by an underwater tunnel. It looks like something out of a fantasy novel. The islands are an archipelago, a chain of land formations formed by underwater volcano eruptions. They themselves are natural wonders, but it was something other than volcanic activity that brought the burrowed beach to light. A lovers’ beach.
Mexican food is downright delicious. Street-food culture reigns supreme dishes to the masses on the daily. Mouthwatering tortas, tacos, and tamales are available at many local taquerias, and are among the most popular picks. But, it’s not all tacos and tortas. Each dish remains just as delicious as the last. Whether you want carne asada or cabrito in the north, seafood on the Pacific coast in Sinaloa, hangover busting tortas ahogadas in western Jalisco or Mayan delicacies in the Yucatán Peninsula, one thing’s for sure – you get whatever your soul desires.
A spectacular sinkhole
The Ik Kil cenote, not far from Chichen Itza (and often included on tours to the ruins) is spectacular – and open to swimmers.
Mexico is pretty much synonymous with tequila, and with good reason – this is where you’ll find the world’s best.
Mexican culture is a mishmash of influences, from the Mesoamerican to the indigenous to the Spanish, and that makes the country all the more fascinating.
The the locals are warm, welcoming and always willing to help, whether you need directions or advice. Even if you don’t speak Spanish, you’ll soon realise that Mexicans will go out of their way to give you the information you’re looking for.
Epic mountains and volcanoes
Mexico is also home to several mountains open for hiking. The Sierra Madre Mountains, comprised of smaller-scale ranges, are a popular destination for travellers looking to explore the rugged side of Mexico.
Enjoy your time!