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Archeological sites in Mexico are vast, one should keep in mind Teotihuacan, Chichen Itza, Palenque, El Tajin among just a few. For those looking for an active vacation Mexico offers golf courses, scuba diving and lots of mountains for hiking.

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Popular Destinations: AcapulcoCancunChiapasCozumelGuadalajara
HuatulcoLos CabosMazatlanRiviera MayaMexico CityMonterrey
OaxacaPlaya del CarmenPuerto VallartaVeracruz

» Acapulco

Acapulco Tours, Travel & Activities

Maybe it's the romantic history of spice ships and pirates; maybe it's the golden beaches, tropical jungles and lagoons; or perhaps it's the high-rise hotels, glittery nightlife and famous cliff-divers that have made Acapulco the foremost resort town in Mexico. Acapulco's weather is close to perfect all year round. The wet months are between June and October but temperatures stay comfortable and the humidity never gives too much cause for complaint …

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» Cancun

Cancun Tours, Travel & Activities

Back in the 1970s, Mexico's ambitious tourism planners decided to outdo Acapulco with a brand-new, world-class resort in the Yucatán Peninsula. The place they chose was a deserted sand spit offshore from the little fishing village of Puerto Juárez. Its name was Cancun. In the last two decades Cancun has grown into one of the world's best-known holiday resorts. Unabashed and unapologetic, Cancun is a party city that just won't give up …

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» Chiapas

Chiapas Tours, Travel & Activities

With its lush highlands, swaths of untamed rain forest and multi-hued lagoons, as well as the beautifully preserved colonial towns, Mayan archaeological sites and indigenous farming villages, Mexico's southernmost state is one of its most unique. Not only does Chiapas boast the greatest biological diversity in North America, but it also has one of the country's largest indigenous populations, and the mélange of cultural identities has even been honored on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list …

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» Cozumel

Cozumel Tours, Travel & Activities

Teardrop-shaped Cozumel has seen some hard times - Spanish invasion, death by smallpox and a flailing economy - but these days it is a calm, charming island with a prime diving reputation. Known as Ah-Cuzamil-Peten (Island of Swallows) by its earliest inhabitants, it is Mexico's largest and most populated island. In its new incarnation as one of the world's most sought-after diving destinations, Cozumel has gone through something of a growth spurt …

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» Guadalajara

Guadalajara Tours, Travel & Activities

Residents of Guadalajara, or Tapatíos, claim that Guadalajara is the most Mexican of cities. There may be something to that; Guadalajara is located in the central Mexican state of Jalisco, the birthplace of tequila, mariachis, and the jarabe Tapatío, or the Mexican hat dance. All three emblems of Mexico are abundant in Guadalajara. The historic downtown is a place of colonial charm, where you can wander classic plazas, lurk in the shade of the colossal cathedral …

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» Huatulco

Huatulco Tours, Travel & Activities

Nine scenic bays draw travelers to the shores of vibrant Huatulco on the Pacific coast of Oaxaca, where sandy beaches and secluded inlets prove the perfect place for epic dives and world-class snorkeling. But there’s more to Huatulco than warm waters and tropical fish. Travelers can explore the Copalita Ruins, which date back some 2,000 years or comb through unique shops like La Probadita, collecting handmade pottery and traditional Mescal …

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» Los Cabos

Los Cabos Tours, Travel & Activities

Los Cabos's legendary 'Marlin Alley' has lured sportfishing aficionados for decades, but these days whale-watching, golfing and partying are edging out this traditional pastime. If that's not your cup of tequila, spend an extended siesta on miles of postcard-perfect beaches. With a handy international airport nearby and a necklace of luxury hotels lining the coastline, Los Cabos is no longer an out-of-the-way holiday spot. Cabo San Lucas is the traditional heart …

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» Mazatlan

Mazatlan Tours, Travel & Activities

The city of Mazatlan, on the west coast of Mexico, is unique among beach resort areas with its mix of historic and contemporary. Known as the "Pearl of the Pacific", Mazatlan's exceptional beaches are its claim to fame. When the weather is cloudy or the skin is too burned, there’s a real city with character to explore beyond the surf. While tourism is important here, it’s not the only game in town. This keeps prices in check and means you can meet plenty of locals who don’t have anything to do with catering to visitors …

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» Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya Tours, Travel & Activities

The state of Quintana Roo, Mexico's only Caribbean real estate, stretches north from the border with Belize to the extreme northeastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula. Its barrier reef - the world's second largest - runs almost this entire distance, ending at Isla Mujeres. This and the other reefs along the coast provide a profusion of excellent diving and snorkeling sites ranked among the world's best. Quintana Roo is also home to several impressive Mayan ruins and to resorts of every size and flavor …

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» Mexico City

Mexico City Tours, Travel & Activities

As the third largest city in the world, Mexico City bustles with an exciting urban energy. In the central downtown area, a jumble of French and Spanish-style buildings create a European look. Yet its Aztec heritage remains at its historic heart, with the many monuments, museums and even the ruins of a temple. Like any sprawling city of this size, Mexico City can be unsightly and chaotic in places, balancing Mexico's best and worst ingredients: music and noise, brown air and green parks …

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» Monterrey

Monterrey Tours, Travel & Activities

Monterrey is a city filled with art, culture and plenty of history. Travelers could easily spend all of their time wandering the scenic river walk, exploring local museums and partying well into the night on the electric streets of Barrio Antiguo, but what makes this destination truly unique lies just beyond the city center. Rolling foot hills, epic climbs and picturesque waterfalls mean visitors can enjoy as much natural wonder as they can urban adventure …

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» Oaxaca

Oaxaca Tours, Travel & Activities

The southern state of Oaxaca is famous for its culinary treasures, weavings, folk art, and diverse terrain. Home to twelve principal indigenous groups who speak four different languages and countless dialects, Oaxaca is one of the most culturally rich states in Mexico, which is saying something. In the heart of the state, the capital, Oaxaca de commonly known as Oaxaca de Juarez, sprawls across a giant valley …

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» Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen Tours, Travel & Activities

Playa del Carmen, the third-largest city in Quintana Roo on the Yucatan Peninsula (and growing fast), offers an easy-going beach escape with a decidedly European feel. Trendy clubs line the beaches, complete with the white sand and azure waters you’d expect from the Riviera Maya, and the easily walkable downtown teems with bars, restaurants, nightclubs and shops. Offerings are more international than you’ll find at other Mexican beach towns …

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» Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta Tours, Travel & Activities

Nestled between palm-covered mountains, a river and an azure sea, full of cobblestone streets and whitewashed houses, and sitting in front of a gorgeous sandy beach, Puerto Vallarta is seriously picturesque. There are dolphins in the bay year-round, and humpback whales between November and March. Puerto Vallarta has become one of Mexico's premier international beach resorts, commanding as much tourist-brochure space as other Pacific playgrounds …

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» Veracruz

Veracruz Tours, Travel & Activities

Whether it’s exploring ancient temple ruins, dancing the night away to traditional music or hiking trails around once active volcanoes, the city of Veracruz has plenty for travelers to do, see and experience. Visit the childhood home of Hernan Cortes, the conquistador responsible for the fall of the Aztec Empire, or explore the well-preserved ruins of El Tajin. Sip strong local coffee in bustling cafes along the zocola and salsa dance in lively clubs hidden along the shadowy side streets …

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In Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica many cultures matured into advanced civilizations such as the Olmec, the Toltec, the Teotihuacan, the Zapotec, the Maya and the Aztec before the first contact with Europeans. In 1521, Spain conquered and colonized the territory from its base in México-Tenochtitlan, which was administered as the Viceroyalty of New Spain. This territory would eventually become Mexico

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Mexico is a country in North America, lying between the United States of America to the north, and Guatemala and Belize to the southeast. Its extensive coastlines include the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west …

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