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Top visited travel sites in Mexico

Mexico is a large country that offers an  number of interesting regions featuring an enormous number of potential vacation spots. How to decide where to go?. Simple.  Read our recommendations on the best places to visit in Mexico.

Most tourists are attracted to Mexico's beaches, which offer a wonderful respite from the colder winter weather in the northern latitudes   The top two  beaches in Mexico are bookends for the country between them.   Cancun is  an elegant ribbon of beauty along the Caribbean Sea.   Los Cabos is an emerging resort area located on the tip of Baja California where the Gulf of California and the Pacific Ocean embrace. Both are great places to visit, but not the only places waiting for you in Mexico.
Read our sections on Mexico
Travel Information and Mexico Facts to complete your basic preparation for vacationing in Mexico.  There is a new State Department Travel Advisory concerning travel in northern Mexico.  You can find the text for the warning here.

  • Yucatan Peninsula/Cancun/Riviera Maya 
    • This area on the eastern coast of Mexico combines beautiful beaches, luxury resorts, and Mayan ruins into a captivating vacation.    Click the Information link above for our Photo Guide to Cancun.
      • In October 2005, Cancun and Cozumel were damaged by Hurricane Wilma. The reconstruction was completed  by the end of 2006, when room availability returned to normal.
      • in August of 2007 another hurricane hit the coast south of Tulum, but did little damage to the Riviera Maya.
      • Cancun
        • Considered by many the best beach-resort  in Mexico (and perhaps the world) Cancun has much to offer. Known for its impressive white-sand beaches and clear temperate waters, the area offers a variety of activities for those who want to do more than just hug the beach. 
      • Cozumel
        • Offshore from the Riviera Maya,  the Island of Cozumel offers luxurious beaches and a relaxing environment.  Scuba here if you get the chance.
      • Tulum
        • <TULUM< font>Tulum offers the traveler a well-preserved Mayan fortress situated on the shore of the Caribbean.  This area offers a number of interesting lodging choices and has become quite popular in 2006, since it was not damaged during last season's hurricanes.
          • Tulum is also known for its Mayan ruins and is only 30 miles from Coba, a fantastic Mayan settlement.
      • Merida  
        • Merida is the best base for an exploration of Chichén Itza and has much to offer on its own. Merida is the capital of the Yucatan state and was a colonial capital founded by the Spanish in the 16th century. Be sure to visit the Zocalo (the town Square), its cathedral and the Governor's palace.
        • Chichén Itzل    is the best preserved and most famous of the Mayan ruins. It is also thought to be one of the greatest of the Mayan-Toltec centers in the Yucatan Peninsula.
          • Take your time here and explore the Great Pyramid (the Castle), the Warriors Temple, the ball fields (for sports) and the astronomical observatory.  This is a popular stop and can be very crowded in mid-day.
  • Los Cabos  
    • To many travelers, Cabo has become the "place to be" in Mexico.  Good beaches, great shoreline, golf, fishing, and wild nightlife combine to make the Cabo area an attractive destination for a variety of travelers. (During Spring Break - Cabo is  home to the  party hardy!).  Click the Information link above for our Photo Guide to Los Cabos.
  • Mexico City  
    • Mexico City's historic center is is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Aztec ruins, the continent's largest cathedral, and  historic architecture make Mexico City an interesting place for tourists.  Visitors should note that Mexico City is rough around the edges and personal security should be a major concern.
  • Puerto Vallarta
    • Spectacular beaches, great weather and a fun city combine to make Puerto Vallarta an attractive destination.  Its Bay of Banderas is the place to be, but touring the nearby jungles on horseback is also an attractive option. In addition, Puerto Vallarta is an area of Mexico that has attracted many talented artists and is known as one of the country's centers for the fine arts.
  • Copper Canyon 
    • Copper Canyon is an out of the way place that may be attractive to travelers who like scenic landscapes, incredible canyons, and great train rides.  The Copper Canyon complex covers a very large area and consists of six separate canyons, all of which are worth seeing.
    •  To maximize your enjoyment, we suggest that you sign-up for a train tour/hotel package and travel from west to east (towards Chihuahua).  The "Chepe" (Chihuahau Pacifico Railroad runs between Chihuahua and Los Mochis.
      • If you are interested in traveling to Copper Canyon, see this site
  • Morelia 
    • Morelia is a UNESCO World Heritage site with noted architecture, plazas, and gardens. Dating from the 16th century, the town's urban plan combines both Spanish and Mesoamerican features. The architecture of the old town is very pleasing and include elements from the Baroque and Renaissance styles of architecture.

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