Mexico Highlights

By: Vivek Kuriyal

Mexico is a huge country with interesting locales. Tourists to Mexico will not get bored as the country has a lot to offer in terms of tourism, which in fact is a very large industry. Major tourist attractions in Mexico range from the ancient Meso-American ruins to the attractive beach resorts. What attracts tourists to Mexico is its climate and unique culture.

Crowds flock to Mexico during mid-summer and December considered peak months for tourists. Sun bathers are frequent visitors to Mexico harbor coastlines where there are numerous stretches of beaches. The most popular beach destination is on the Yucatan peninsula. Located here is the resort town of Cancun, very famous amongst university students during spring recess.

Be sure not to miss out the historic port of Tulum on a day tour of the south of Cancun. Apart from the beaches in Tulum, you can also visit the cliff-side Mayan ruins.  Isla Mujeres and Isla Holbox are beach islands which figure prominently on a Mexico tour.  

Tourists will be impressed with the enthusiasm with which fetes and festivals are celebrated in Mexico. As a tourist you are in for a treat as each region in Mexico has a special dish of its own. Mexico hotels in major cities serve national specialties as well as international cuisines. Nightlife in Mexico is a visual treat for the eyes for its exciting vibrancy. Avenida Insurgentes, the longest avenue in Mexico City is one of the main nightspots. The Mexican nightlife will impress you with its top entertainers, international showsFree Reprint Articles, jazz groups and Mexican music. Coffee aficionados can stop by at the Condessa district to sip some coffee at its nice coffee shops and restaurants. The best for youngsters is Acapulco known as the ‘the city that never sleeps’ filled with bars and discos.

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