Due to its rich culture and history, Mexico is the eighth most visited country in the world, with 35 million international arrivals in 2016. Mexico ranks first in the Americas and seventh in the world in number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Covering almost two million square kilometers (over 760,000 sq. mi.), with an estimated population of over 120 million, it is the eleventh most populous country, and the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world, and the second most populous country in Latin America.

Top 5 Tips

Tip 1

Cancun Visit MUSA Underwater Museum of Art, the largest underwater museum in the world. Charter a private sailboat and get a taste of sailing, snorkeling and swimming in the clear blue waters of the Caribbean Sea; then stop for lunch at the Beach Club in Isla Mujeres. Or experience the cultural heritage and the most festive traditions of Mexico at Xochimilco, Cancún.

Tip 2

Riviera Maya Host a dinner in the Mayan underworld, 80 feet (25 meters) underground in a cavernous system millions of years old. Experience the ultimate in hydrotherapy and luxury at one of the biggest spa in the Riviera Maya. Visit the archeological site of Coba – the tallest pyramid in the area and the only one you can still climb up. It's name is Nohoch Mul, which in Mayan means 'Great Mountain'.

Tip 4

Guadalajara Reserve the Regional Museum for an exclusive cocktail reception or dinner. Visit Lienzo Charro Jalisco for a unique Charro experience: enjoy a Charreada presentation, learn to be a Charro, ride a horse wearing a sombrero, and do a Charro’s oath. Be part of the tequila tradition, by visiting the old industrial facilities of Tequila: learn about the process, enjoy a tequila tasting, and have lunch in one of the tequila haciendas.

Tip 3

Puerto Vallarta Navigate into the El Salado eco-reserve, located in the heart of the city’s hotel zone, where you can observe one of the most naturally beautiful places on earth! Be part of an expedition that will take you to beautiful and winding paths of the Sierra Madre. Be sure to visit the picturesque towns of Talpa and Mascota, which sit in the valleys of the Sierra Madre and try some local candies. Play golf at one of the most unique golf courses in the world. The unmatched beauty flawlessly blends the magical surroundings of the tropical jungle, mountains, and panoramic views of Banderas Bay.

Tip 5

Mexico City Garibaldi Square. It is the square of music, tequila and hustlers. A unique place in the city where music sounds all day, at nightfall the square comes alive and is filled with not just mariachis, but also jarochos and norteños. The music here is a living monument to the city. Plan a gala dinner or concert at Casa del Lago, renowned for its drop-dead gorgeous location in the heart of Chapultepec Park, with spectacular views over the lake after which it is named. The Palace of the Palaces - more than a department store, where a fashion catwalk, tequila tasting, cooking class, or anything that comes to your imagination can be organized.

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