Tacos and tequila, mariachi and margaritas, and beautiful beaches — Mexico is a diverse country and there is a wide variety of activities to do and experiences to be had. You can swim, snorkel or dive in natural underground sinkholes known as cenotes, explore some of the many ancient Mayan ruins, see gorgeous waterfalls in the jungle, explore authentic Mayan villages, eat traditional Mexican food, engage in adventure activities like zip-lining over the jungle treetops, wander through colourful and colonial towns and cities, and much more. There are many things to do, both touristy and off the beaten path.
Mexico in November: October 27 - November 30, 2019
- Prep Camp: October 27 - November 2
Tour Dates: November 2 - November 30
Departure Day: November 30
Chapultepec Park — the "Bosque de Chapultepec" in Mexico City, is one of the largest city parks in the Western Hemisphere, measuring in total just over 686 hectares.
Yucatan Peninsula — Cenotes. You’ll understand when you get there!
Ancient Mayan Ruins — Learning the history behind these ruins and of the ancient Mayan civilization will fascinate you.
Tulum — Tulum Ruins, wander the colourful street murals, the ruins of Coba, swim at the beach, wonderful produce markets, and lots of delicious Mexican food!
The vineyards in Baja — The wine region in Baja is an underappreciated gem.
San Miguel De Allende — Charming cobblestone streets, brightly colored homes, and beautiful city plaza with outdoor cafes, restaurants, and bars - a perfect place to people watch and while away an afternoon.
- The official name of for Mexico is the United Mexican States.
- Mexico is the 11th most populated country in the world with around 117 million people (as of July 2012).
- Mexico is the 14th largest country by land area.
- There are 31 states in Mexico as well as the capital city (Mexico City).