Mexico is a land of great cultural, ethnic and geographical diversity. Be it hiking in the rugged desert landscaped in the North or basking in the lush green tropical settings, the country has it all. From the historic ruins of the Mayans and Aztec in Chichn Itz and Teotihuacn to the beautifully preserved colonial cities of Puebla and Campeche, the country never ceases to amaze its visitors which flock from all over the world.
Being one of the most geographically diverse places on the planet, the country can be primarily divided into six regions by its geography. The North region is characterised by desert landscape and is popular for activities such as hiking and camping. Experience the colonial charm and heritage of cities in the region of Central Mexico and the Pacific coast or visit Southern Mexico encompassing several forests and jungles if you wish to reconnect with nature. Relax on the beaches of Carribean sea in Yucatan Peninsula and then head to treat yourself to the comforting weather of the Baja peninsula.
November to March is the best time to visit Mexico
November to March is the best time to visit Mexico. These months fall during the dry season, and therefore the weather conditions are ideal and safe from the probability of any natural calamities such as massive thunderstorms and hurricanes. The temperature from November to March is low, around 20 to 23 degrees celsius. These months also experience low humidity and have pleasant and breezy weather. March to May is a great time for outdoor activities. June to August is the Hurricane season in coastal areas, and visitors should avoid the beaches during this time, while the mountains are a great option. The best time to visit the Mexican coast is around November and December when the weather transitions from the wet to the dry season. However, if you want to avoid the peak tourist season, then visiting in November is your best choice.
Rich cultural heritage and history. The diversity of landscape, flora, and fauna. Exquisite beaches and resorts.
Drug trafficking and criminal activities in few areas.
Heritage and culture enthusiasts. Nature and biodiversity lovers. People who love partying.
Mexico has a wide range of accommodation options ranging from luxury resorts to shared dorms for all kinds of travellers. Luxury hotel chains are available in all the main cities along with a majority of hostels, often suited to bag packing culture. If you wish to experience the local cultures and traditions at its best, Boutique hotels are a good option. It is usually recommended to look for accommodation option in main areas and the ones that are recommended by locals.
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