Mexico is one of the few countries that stand out in Latin America, and it is known for diverse tourist spots which appeals to a diverse range of visitors. To help you better appreciate what this beautiful country has to offer for visitors, let me look at some four places I consider top picks, not only for me but for many people who have been visiting Mexico, as history tells us.
Huatulco: With more than 30 beaches and about 10 bays, this town on Mexico’s coastline is a nice choice for those people who love life on the shore. The town prioritises environmental protection, which means you can expect to enjoy fresh, healthy hair. Hotels here are on top of their game, but they are not flashy. Enjoy ecological tours or snorkeling while here, and treat yourself to seafood and other local foods at the seaside restaurants.
Tulum: You don’t have to be a geographer to know that the entire world has only one waterfront. It is known as Mayan ruins. So, why am I talking about the waterfront here? Well, it is located in Tulum. Tulum is strategically set along Riviera Maya, one of the hottest resort districts in Mexico. Here, you will come across several boutique hotels, resorts, and lodgings, which means you won’t be short of options when it comes to where to stay. Spend your afternoon in any of the numerous cenotes.
Cancun: Cancun is one of the best destinations for vacationers and spring breakers. Affordable flights, standard resorts, classy night clubs, and clean sand are just but a few of the many fascinating things you will enjoy here. What’s more? Well, this Mexican city is also home to caverns, cenotes, and jungles, which means nature lovers will definitely have a good time here.
Cozumel: What an island! Cozumel is known for many things, but what makes it stand out is cruise ships and coral reefs. Love water sports? Lots of them can be found here, right from snorkeling and kayaking to paddleboarding and everything in between. If you want to know a thing or two about history, you can make a stopover at San Gervasio Mayan, a renowned archaeological site in Mexico.