Mexico is a diverse country full of unforgettable sights and unspoilt natural landscapes. Cacti overgrown semi-deserts, rugged mountains and evergreen rainforests form a fascinating contrast to the modern mega cities Mexico City or Guadalajara. When travelling through Mexico one notices quickly that the country has more to offer than tequila, enchiladas and Mariachi. The unique cultural heritage of Mexico annually attracts millions of visitors from all over the world. Contact us now for more info on our Mexico Tours.
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. Mexico’s climate has something for everyone: it’s hot and humid along the coastal plains, and drier and more temperate at higher elevations inland (Guadalajara or Mexico City, for example).
Try to avoid Mexico’s southern coast between July and September – the resorts are decidedly soggy and jam-packed, as July-August is also the peak holiday months for foreign visitors.