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Mexico Tours

Few countries can rival Mexico’s historical legacy, which includes unesco listed Chichen Itza and the vast Pyramids of Teotihuacan. From Baja’s wildlife-rich waters to the caribbean, this is a land of vibrant colours and enticing flavours.

Highlights of Mexico

Things to See & Do

  • Chichen Itza

    Chichen Itza

    Spanning nearly 1,000 years, Chichen Itza is one of the most striking archaeological sites in Latin America, and was once one of the great centres of Mayan and Toltec culture. Its imposing structures include the Temple of Kukulkan, a vast step pyramid, and the Great Ball Court, largest of its kind in Mesoamerica.

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  • Mexico City

    Mexico City

    Cosmopolitan Mexico City has a vast amount to offer, including the Zocalo, the immense central square, world class restaurants and the excellent Museum of Anthropology. Art lovers will appreciate the murals and museums showing works by husband and wife Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, Mexico’s famous artists.

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  • Campeche


    Occupying the western third of the Yucatán Peninsula, the State of Campeche spans 56,800 sq.kms and like its neighbouring states of Yucatan and Quintana Roo it is almost entirely flat. About 40% of the state is covered with jungle, and Mexico’s largest biosphere reserve (Calakmul) spreads along the state’s remote eastern border. With fairly typical Gulf of Mexico beaches, Campeche attracts visitors looking to escape the resort crowds. Campeche State lures visitors with its charming colonial port, several massive Mayan ceremonial centres, and wild jungle reserves.

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  • Cancun


    The history of Cancun dates back to 1967 when the Mexican government, recognizing the importance of tourism to the country’s economic future, began a detailed search to pinpoint ideal sites for tourism development. Resting on the northeast corner of the Yucatan Peninsula in the state of Quintana Roo (keen-tah-nah-ROW), Cancun was a part of the ancient Mayan civilization and is still considered the gateway to El Mundo Maya (the Mayan World).Cancun has the distinction of being the one Caribbean destination with the infrastructure, modern amenities and service philosophy to rival leisure destinations worldwide.

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  • Palenque


    In Spanish, Palenque means "wood stake fence," referring to a fort or fenced-off place. But the city of Palenque, in the north of Chiapas state, was named nearly 200 years before the famous Palenque ruins were discovered nearby in the eighteenth century. While you're here, you'll find the area surrounding Palenque offers excellent transportation options, breathtaking landscapes, and local customs that are sure to delight. Located on the first rise of the Tumbala mountains, the Palenque archaeological site looks out over the Usumacinta River flood plain. On arrival at the site, prepare to be confronted by the largest Mesoamerican step pyramid, the Temple of Inscriptions, spotted with hieroglyphics that have contributed significantly to the study of Mayan civilization. The site is surrounded by beautiful natural areas, including the Misol-Ha waterfall with a drop of more than 100 feet, forming a large pool where, if you're feeling intrepid, you can swim.

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  • Lake Peten Itza

    Lake Peten Itza

    Lake Peten Itza is the second largest lake in Guatemala and it's a wildlife paradise, home to almost 100 species, including red snook fish, jaguar, puma and many species of bird, including toucans, parrots and macaws.

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  • Merida


    Capital of the Yucatan Peninsula, Merida was founded by the Spanish in 1542. Built on the site of an old Mayan settlement, it is believed to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the Americas. Its historic centre, liberally sprinkled with galleries, museums and stunning colonial buildings, is ideal for exploration.

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  • Uxmal


    Uxmal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the best restored and maintained ruins in the Yucatan, and certainly one of the most magnificent. Uxmal was the greatest metropolitan and religious centre in the Puuc hills in the late classical period. It thrived between the 7th and 10th century A.D. and its numerous architectural styles reflect a number of building phases.

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  • Capan


    The Mayan site of Copan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, discovered in 1570 by Diego Garcia de Palacio. One of the most important Mayan sites, the ruins were not excavated until the 19th century.

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  • Joya de Ceren

    Joya de Ceren

    Joya de Ceren is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the only place in the Mayan World where you can see the ruins of Mayan homes. This is also called the Pompeii of America because it was covered by ash from the Volcano Loma Caldera approximately 1400 years ago.

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