Diving straight into the Mexico’s history, culture, culinary traditions and natural attractions, our Mexico tours are full of surprises.
Renowned for its ancient Mayan and Aztec archaeological sites, the country also boasts spectacular scenery, from jungle-clad mountains and cactus-studded deserts to palm-fringed beaches with luxury resorts.
Mexico also has a modern, thriving economy with sophisticated cities and excellent infrastructure. See the famous artworks of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera in the museums and grand buildings of Mexico City. Experience traditions which date back thousands of years, taste delicious regional cuisine and explore gorgeous Spanish colonial towns with flamboyant 17th century Baroque architecture and beautiful shaded piazzas.
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Mexico City and the Teotihuacan pyramids
Vibrant Mexico City serves up a rich platter of contrasts, from ancient pyramids and colonial architecture, to contemporary museums, sophisticated theatres and edgy bars.
San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato & Guadalajara
Discover some of the country’s finest colonial towns, built on the riches from gold and silver discovered in the 16th century.
The Copper Canyon
The spectacular Copper Canyon in the Sierra Madre mountains forms one of the longest and deepest canyon systems in the world.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Puebla & Oaxaca
Oaxaca and Puebla, founded in the early 16th century, are two of the oldest colonial towns in Mexico.
Palenque & Uxmal
Built in the foothills of the Tumbala mountains, the spectacular Mayan site of Palenque has views all the way to the Gulf coast.
Merida, Uxmal & Chichen Itza
The glorious city of Merida on the Yucatan Peninsula was built in the 1540s on the site of an ancient Mayan city.
A beautifully restored 17th century hacienda set amongst Mayan ruins is the perfect base for exploring the archaeological wonders of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Why Mexico: A treasure trove of pre-Colombian archaeological sites, from mysterious unknown civilizations to Aztec and Mayan, this unique country also offers sophisticated modern cities, a rich Spanish colonial heritage, a vibrant contemporary music and dining scene.
Culture: From art to music, fashion and food, Mexican culture is a reflection of the country’s colourful history, with indigenous influences from Mayan, Aztec and many other Amerindian groups, as well as Spanish customs and traditions.
When to Go: Mexico’s climate varies depending on altitude. December to April are the driest months – the best time to visit. May and June are usually the hottest months while the summer months (May-October), are also the wettest with September-October being peak hurricane season.
Combine With: Guatemala, Belize, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. Alternatively go further afield to Colombia or Venezuela.
Getting There: More than 30 Mexican airports receive direct flights from the USA. Mexico City, Cancún, Guadalajara and Monterrey are Mexico’s busiest international airports.