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Mexico Luxury Tours – Mexico is like its food: varied, colourful, spicy, over-commercialised, fresh and often underappreciated. Much of Mexico’s popular perceptions are shaped by its uneasy relations with its neighbour to the north. Border towns ripped by violence over vast sums from American drug sales and ceaseless migrations to a supposed better life are but two of the modern realities. But plunge deep into this vast nation that varies from arid to verdant and you’ll find an intoxicating cultural mix of Europe, indigenous America and lost civilisations. Colours, and life, have a vibrancy here as seen in the heaving markets, the people-filled public squares and an often flamboyant love of life. Forget what you think you know and like a good salsa, start fresh.

Best time to visit in Mexico

October to May, to avoid extreme temperatures

Best time to visit in Mexico

October to May, to avoid extreme temperatures

Places to visit in Mexico

  • A city even bigger in many ways than its already enormous size, vast, heaving Mexico City.
  • Mayan temples rising above impenetrable deep green jungle at Palenque.
  • The stately old-world charms of colonial Oaxaca.
  • The vast sinuous abyss of the Copper Canyon.
  • Classy beach resort charms at Playa del Carmen, away from the squalor of Cancun yet close to evocative ruins and splendid diving.

Places to visit in Mexico

  • A city even bigger in many ways than its already enormous size , vast , heaving Mexico City.
  • Mayan temples rising above impenetrable deep green jungle at Palenque.
  • The stately old-world charms of colonial Oaxaca.
  • The vast sinuous abyss of the Copper Canyon.
  • Classy beach resort charms at Playa del Carmen , away from the squalor of Cancun yet close to evocative ruins and splendid diving.

Top things to do in Mexico

  • Surf the waves washing the endless white beaches of mellow Puerto Escondido.
  • Go on the ultimate road trip down Baja’s endless coast and forbidding interior.
  • Savour the simple pleasures of exquisite fresh fares sold for mere pesos at a market.
  • Surmount the steaming peak of Pico de Orizaba.
  • Feel the breeze of a billion butterfly wings at the winter refuge of Reserva Mariposa Monarca.

Top things to do in Mexico

  • Surf the waves washing the endless white beaches of mellow Puerto Escondido.
  • Go on the ultimate road trip down Baja’s endless coast and forbidding interior.
  • Savour the simple pleasures of exquisite fresh fares sold for mere pesos at a market.
  • Surmount the steaming peak of Pico de Orizaba.
  • Feel the breeze of a billion butterfly wings at the winter refuge of Reserva Mariposa Monarca.

Discover Mexico

  • Read The Air is Clear by the great Carlos Fuentes, Frida Kahlo and Diego by Isabel Alcantara and Sandra Egnolff, the story of two pop culture icons.
  • Listen to Los Tigres del Norte and Cafe Tacuba – pioneers of rock en espanol.
  • Watch the landmark 1970s guerrilla struggles in the countryside in The Violin, a taste of near-hallucinatory romance in Like Water for Chocolate.
  • Eat from a huge range of regional styles like chocolate mole, sweet tamales with milky atole, nopales (cactus leaves) and much more.
  • Drink jugos naturals, especially the bloodlike vampire fruit juice (beet and carrot), all three alcohols from the maguey plant, tequila, mescal and pulque.

Discover Mexico

  • Read The Air is Clear by the great Carlos Fuentes , Frida Kahlo and Diego by Isabel Alcantara and Sandra Egnolff , the story of two pop culture icons.
  • Listen to Los Tigres del Norte and Cafe Tacuba – pioneers of rock en espanol.
  • Watch the landmark 1970s guerrilla struggles in the countryside in The Violin , a taste of near-hallucinatory romance in Like Water for Chocolate.
  • Eat from a huge range of regional styles like chocolate mole , sweet tamales with milky atole, nopales (cactus leaves) and much more.
  • Drink jugos naturals, especially the bloodlike vampire fruit juice (beet and carrot) , all three alcohols from the maguey plant , tequila, mescal and pulque.

Mexico Highlights

Mariachis, trying to get to the US, telenovelas, manana, lawless border towns, margaritas

Mexico Highlights

Mariachis , trying to get to the US , telenovelas , manana , lawless border towns , margaritas

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