Mexico is one of North America’s top tourist destinations, thanks to its vibrant cities, gorgeous beaches, and unique, inviting culture. With tourism in the country booming, there has never been a better time to book a private charter flight to Mexico. Experience authentic Mexican cuisine, explore ancient Mayan sites, or simply unwind in one of the city’s top resorts.
Tourism is one of the major industries in Mexico, bringing in millions of dollars annually. On average, Mexico receives around 50 million visitors per year. Most tourists come from the United States, Canada, and other North American countries.
Most of Mexico’s tourism is centered around the country’s major cities. These include Mexico City, Tijuana, Guadalajara, and Monterrey.
The spring and fall months are seen as the best time to visit most regions of Mexico. While summers in some parts of Mexico can be extremely hot, many travelers still enjoy visiting the country during those months as well.
Mexico is the third largest country in North America. It shares an extended land border with the United States to the north. It shares a southern border with Guatemala and Belize. Mexico has hundreds of kilometers of coastline on both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Its eastern coast marks the boundary of both the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea.
Mexico has a population of 128 million, making it the second most populous country in Latin America.
As of summer 2022, the Mexican government does not require proof of COVID vaccination when entering Mexico.
Mexico City International Airport is the largest airport in Mexico. Most of the country’s other major metropolitan areas are home to large international airports as well. These include Cancun International Airport, Tijuana International Airport, and Monterrey International Airport.
Like most large countries, your experience will vary greatly depending on the area of Mexico you choose to visit. For Americans, the Baja California and Baja California Sur regions are popular destinations. These states comprise the large peninsula on the northwest coast of Mexico. The border city of Tijuana is particularly popular given its proximity to the United States. At the far south end of Baja California is the municipality of Los Cabos, home to many of the country’s best resorts and beaches.
The city of Cancun, in Quintana Roo, is perhaps the country’s most popular travel destination. Cancun, on the Yucatan Peninsula, is home to some of the most luxurious beach resorts in Latin America. Cancun is renowned for its resorts, and is even home to many great family-friendly resorts and hotels, making it an ideal vacation destination for everyone.
While Mexico’s major cities receive most of the attention and travel, the country’s rural areas are celebrated for their natural beauty as well. Small towns like Bacalar, just outside of Cancun offer a more subdued, but still welcoming, atmosphere set against a spectacular rural backdrop.
In some regions, you can even explore ancient Mayan ruins scattered throughout the Mexican countryside.
Monumento A Los Niños Heroes
Plaza De Las Tres Culturas
Agustín Melgar Olympic Velodrome
Valle De México
Zona Arqueológica Cuicuilco
Volcán La Comalera
Glorieta De Cristobal Colón
Volcán San Bartolo
Zona Arqueológica Teotihuacán
Volcán Santa De Mezapa
Volcán Los Cardos
Mi Museo Indígena
Palacio De Los Deportes
Teatro De La Ciudad
Conjunto Escultórico La Ofrenda
Volcán San Miguel
Planetario Luis Enrique Erro
Volcán El Caballito
Estacionamiento Zoologico De San Juan Aragon
Teatro Angela Peralta
Estadio Ciudad De Los Deportes
Volcán Del Aire
Fuente De Petroleos
Valle Los Perros
Mercado De Plantas Y Flores
Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
Campo De Golf Club Chapultepec
Cerros Los Potrerillos
Cerro Del Peñón
Glorieta - Presidente Masarik , Av. Newton, Av. Arquímedes
Plaza De Toros México
Volcán Man Nal
Castillo De Chapultepec - Museo
Volcán El Palomito
Plaza De Toros Cuatro Caminos
Museo De La Basilica De Guadalupe
Volcán El Hoyo
Museo Nacional De Arte
Zona Arqueológica Copilco
Estadio Guillermo Cañedo
Museo Nacional De Antropologia - Inah
Sierra De Santa Catarina