Tropical Beaches, Ancient Ruins, and Delicious Food
Currency: Mexican Peso (MXN)
Population: 127 million
Plug Type: A & B, 120 volt
The 13th largest country in the world (by land mass), there’s no shortage of adventures tucked away in every corner of Mexico, from the magical surfer’s paradise of the Pacific to the tropical gem-colored waters of the Atlantic coast, and the dense steamy jungles in between brimming with ancient history and modern cuisine. Whatever adventure you’re craving, chances are Mexico can deliver.
“One single visit is not enough to be able to say that you know Mexico.”
– Enrique Peña Nieto
1. Swim With Whale Sharks
There’s no feeling in the world quite like dipping beneath the waves and swimming alongside the biggest fish in the sea.
2. Visit Ancient Mayan Ruins
Hiding among the dense jungles of Mexico are hundreds of ancient Mayan sites, all with their own unique style and history. If you’ve seen one, you haven’t seen them all.
3. Snorkel with Sea Lions
Get up close and personal with some of the most curious and inquisitive creatures in the ocean.
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