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A country so lively that even Day of the Dead is a hoot.

Mexico is a traveler's paradise, crammed with a multitude of opposing identities: desert landscapes, snow-capped volcanoes, ancient ruins, teeming industrialized cities, time-warped colonial towns, glitzy resorts, deserted beaches and a world-beating collection of flora and fauna.

This mix of modern and traditional, clichéd and surreal, is the key to Mexico's charm, whether your passion is throwing back margaritas, listening to howler monkeys, surfing the Mexican Pipeline, scrambling over Mayan ruins or expanding your collection of posable Day of the Dead skeletons.


Mexico's climate varies according to its topography. It's hot and humid along the coastal plains on both sides of the country, but inland, at higher elevations such as Guadalajara or Mexico City, the climate is much drier and more temperate. The hot, wet season is May to October, with the hottest and wettest months falling between June and September over most of the country. The low-lying coastal areas receive more rainfall than elevated inland regions. December to February are generally the coolest months, when north winds can make inland northern Mexico decidedly chilly, with temperatures sometimes approaching freezing.

Mexico is enjoyable year-round, but October to May is generally the most pleasant time to visit. The May-September period can be hot and humid, particularly in the south, and inland temperatures can approach freezing during December-February. Facilities are often heavily booked during Semana Santa (the week before Easter) and Christmas/New Year, the peak domestic travel periods.

A Top Day in Mexico

Watersports enthusiasts can book an expedition or outfit a self-guided trip for a one-day excursion to Isla Espíritu Santo, where you can snorkel with sea lions and paddle the coast - an experience you're unlikely to forget. You can also rent a panga (small boat) for trips around the point to look at whale sharks. Bargain at the beach along the malecón .

Take one of the most scenic railways in the world from Chihuahua to the coast and experience some of the world's most breathtaking scenery.The Copper Canyon is surprisingly still relatively undiscovered (although that is now changing), yet it comprises a region four times larger than the Grand Canyon and in several parts, much deeper.

Explore the streets of beautiful San Cristóbal where a spectacular blend of indigenous culture and new world cosmopolitanism collide.

Book a tour guide from the many agencies in town and head to the highlands and villages for an insight into the lives of the local inhabitants.

Many are descended from the ancient Maya and still maintain unique customs, costumes and beliefs.

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