We can take you to can swim in underground cenotes, or take a boat trip over to the beautiful Isla Mujeres where you can rent a golf buggy to explore the island. Here you can visit the turtle farm, have lunch in a local restaurant and then relax in a hammock under the palm trees on the beautiful white sand beach of Playa Norte.
Spend the day browsing the many shops on the Quinta Avenida in colourful Playa del Carmen. You’ll find lovely boutiques selling silver jewellery, local pottery and glassware. Then when the sun goes down, enjoy a cocktail or two on a rooftop sunset bar before sampling some authentic Mexican cuisine at one of many excellent local restaurants.
While many come to Mexico simply for its stunning shores and balmy days, the ruins of the ancient Mayan civilisation are also a fascinating draw. As the sun beats down on Chichen Itza, have a bottle of water on hand to tour the central pyramid, and clap your hands at the base to hear the resounding echo of the legendary Quetzal call in return. Climb to the top of Nohoch Mul, visit the tropical jungle ruins of Tulum, or tour the pre-Columbian city of Uxmal for a deeper look into Mayan culture.
If you’re more into nightlife is than history then Cancun is known for its non-stop party scene, but Puerto Vallarta has made waves as the cosmopolitan alternative. Here street vendors share pavement space with some of the best restaurants in the country, and lively bars line up next to VIP nightclubs.