Spring is one of the best times to plan your vacation to Mexico, and you don’t have to pay a lot of money to have a great time there. If you are considering a trip to Mexico, plan your journey before May to get the best out of this experience, for the most reasonable price.
In recent years, Mexico has reduced prices at the peak of its tourist season, both in hotels, tours and restaurants, in order to attract more tourists. If you are interested in taking a break from everyday life, and spend some precious time under the sun, on the beautiful golden sands, or learn more about the Mexican cuisine, then this place is for you. Let’s check out some of the best places to visit in Mexico.
Ancient ruins and the Mayan trail
On a journey that may take a few days, starting in Playa del Carmen and ending in Guatemala, travelers can get guided tours to discover the ancient Mayan civilization. Visitors usually stay two nights in the jungle, in the Palenque National Park, where you can stroll through the Mayan ruins, hike and swim in the Roberto Barrios waterfalls.
Pink flamingos and Yucatan pyramids
In Yucatan guests can take guided tours on small boats across the lakes, and see the stunning pink flamingo colonies. Most packages include accommodation, tours, hotel fares, airport shuttle, daily breakfast and some lunches and dinners.
Feel the life of Mexico City
Travelers who wish to visit urban areas can stake a four day Mexico City Stopover. The package includes central accommodation in Mexico City for two days, guided city tours and a day trip to the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, then lunch at some of the city’s restaurants.
Enjoy sun and sand outside Cancun
Luxury seekers can go on a week-long private trip to Mexico City, Puebla and Oaxaca. This includes 5-star accommodation, transportation, meals, drinks and sightseeing tours. Visitors can enjoy a cuisine tour, an hour-long tour of the Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City, a guided tour of the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, a walking tour of Puebla, cooking classes in Oaxaca and a tour of Monte Alban, a very important archaeological site.