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Every year gray, blue and humpback whales beautify the Mexican Pacific Coast from Baja California to Oaxaca. Discover the best whale watching spots in Mexico and be captivated by its majesty.
The cenotes of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula Credit to author
Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula has undeniably stunning beaches around Cancún, Playa Del Carmen and Tulum. But those who wish to cool off from the sun and teeny-bikini flashiness can escape to a secret underworld of turquoise pools where Mayans communicated with the gods.
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Stunning places to get your pre-wedding photos in Mexico.
Handcrated, food and turistic markets Credit to author
Exploring Mexico’s markets is one of the best ways to experience the country.
Snorkeling and scuba diving Credit to author
With 6 000 miles (10 000km) of coastline on the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, on one side, and on the Gulf of California (or Sea of Cortez) and the Pacific Ocean, on the other, Mexico introduces visitors to an extraordinary diversity of underwater environments. Swim next to green turtles, carey turtles, stingrays, wonderfully well-preserved coral reef, whale sharks, all kind of fishes, dolphins, etc.
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A magical display of fireflies is attracting tourists by the thousands—now locals wonder how they can sustain the insect that brought them so much prosperity.
Monarch butterflies in Mexico Credit to author
Every autumn, one of the most spectacular natural phenomena can be observed in the forested mountains west of Mexico City.
Day of the dead Credit to author
Celebrated every year on November 2nd. The rituals used to celebrate the day are varied and colorful.  Yet, all carry the same message, celebrating the day of the dead is a true celebration of life.
Hot air balloon flights Teotihuacan Credit to author
See the ancient city of Teotihuacan from an angle that visitors rarely experience. After taking in a bird's-eye view of the empty archaeological site at sunrise, celebrate the flight with a glass of Champagne and then explore the ground at your own pace.
Colorful, festive and entertaining performences Credit to author
Mexico’s various folk dances are a reflection of the country’s diverse cultural richness.
Go through some beautiful lavander farms Credit to author
Visit the magical town Mineral of Pozos, and get all kind of lavender products.
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Play on the best golf courses in Mexico.
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Fun, relax and luxury, discover the Mexican Caribbean aboard of your favorite yachts.
Tequila magic town, Jalisco Credit to author
A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2006. Experience how your glass of tequila comes from somewhere truly special. A master tequilier (a sommelier of tequila) explains in almost absurd detail all the things you should know about tequila. Have fun trying all kind of tequilas!