THE LAND OF MARIACHI AND TEQUILA
When you think of Mexico, you may think about the Mayans, the Aztecs, the music and of course, Tequila. But there is so much more. The brightly coloured houses, the friendliness and warmth of the people, the food and of course, the drinks.
Do you want to experience Mexico in a different way?
Do you want to explore the more cultural side of Mexico apart from the beaches?
Do you want to celebrate your big day, honeymoon or a special event in Mexico?
Expand your knowledge about Mexico, by experiencing the variety of gourmet foods, the cultural differences as well as the architecture of the country.
Not only will you be immersing yourself in the culinary traditions, but also the in culture of Mexico, as you gain more understanding.
SOME OF THE INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCES
YOU'LL REMEMBER FOREVER
WEDDING, HONEYMOON, AND VOW RENEWALS
If you're looking to get married surrounded by beautiful scenery Mexico is the perfect wedding location. Home of the affordable luxury all-inclusive, Mexico has some amazing wedding venues and locations, whether it's beach weddings or sky terrace weddings overlooking the sea. Mexico is also ideal for large wedding parties. Mexico weddings offer excellent value for money all year round.
The climate in Mexico varies throughout the year. In winter, from December to March, the temperature averages from 20 to 24 degrees Celsius. In the summer, from June to September the average temperature is around 28 degree Celsius. The rainy season is usually May through to October, and during the year there is little to no rain.
Markets are popular with the younger crowds looking for certain fashion items and the value-savvy shoppers seeking out interesting clothes at attractive prices. Mexico’s market stall keepers are quite entrepreneurial and will sell almost anything they feel people will buy. During certain months expect to see items that relate to a festival eg. Day of the dead.
Mexican cuisine is known and loved by the world all over. It’s mixes native ingredients such as chilli, beans and corn with produce that arrived with the Spanish, such as chicken, beef, pork and lamb, as well as a variety of herbs. Mexico has also given the world tequila, and several Mexican beers are exported, including the pale lagers Corona and Dos Equis.
WHAT TO DO IN MEXICO
Spend your vacation exploring ruins such as Chitzen Itza and Tulum, and swim in Cho Ha cenote one of the many swim holes dotted around Mexico.
End your day with a quiet or romantic lobster dinner cruise, or if you are still feeling energetic, dance the night away in one of the many clubs in Quintana Roo.
Incorporate your love of culture and food into your next vacation! Mark it off your bucket list! Book it!
Have memories that will always bring a smile to your face.