Mexico – Something For Everyone

Mexico is one of the top vacation spots in the country. It is located between the Gulf of Mexico on the Pacific Ocean, bordered by the United States on the north., and Belize to the south. It is divided into six regions.

Northern Mexico is made up of deserts, nature reserves, and beautiful mountain ranges. Cities in this region are populated by key industrial companies and businesses. Central Mexico is also known as Mexico’s heartland. It has an abundance of natural surroundings and quaint towns.

Southern Mexico and the Gulf of Mexico offers plenty of marshes and forests. This region appeals to those who fancy exiting outdoor adventures.

The Yucatan Peninsula is paradise. Here is where one can find stunning beach resorts and the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. You can also have the pleasure of scuba diving along the world’s second largest coral reef. Submerged caverns in this area create wonderful fresh water pools to swim in. These pools are also called cenotes.

The most well known destination in the Yucatan Peninsula is beautiful Cancun. With it’s beautiful beaches and resorts, it is Mexico’s top vacation spot. In addition to the beaches you’ll also find nearly nineteen miles of villas, malls, and five star hotels. Dining is fabulous in your choice of over five hundred different restaurants. Temperatures in Cancun average between 81 and 95 degrees and is mostly sunny throughout the year.

On the Pacific Coast you will find a region that is full of culture and delectable cuisine. The Pacific Coast also has some of the best beaches perfect for swimming and fishing. The Baja California Peninsula contains world-class golf courses . You can also explore and discover the Sea of Cortez. It is here you can witness the beauty of the Grey Whales. The capital of Mexico is Mexico City. It is home to two volcanoes, Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuati. It has some of the best weather in the world with the average temperature of 72 degrees. It also offers a wide variety of museums, such as the Museo Nacional de Antropologia and the Museo Nacional de Arte. At the Museo Nacional de Historia you can also take in an exhibit that chronicles the nation’s history and art ranging from the pre-Hispanic era to present day.

Located northwest of Mexico City, Guadalajara is the second most populated city in Mexico. It’s temperatures range from 52 to 79 degrees. Guadalajara ranks among Mexico’s three most important cities. It is home to such famous symbols like mariachi, tequila, and the hat dance. You can enjoy beautiful architecture as well as may historic and religious buildings. Whether it’s swimming, sunbathing, or exploring, Mexico has a little of something for everyone.

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