Mexico

Kick back and indulge in a tropical escape to Mexico. With vibrant colours, modern cities and ancient Mayan ruins, Mexico is the perfect destination if you’re looking for relaxation with a hint of adventure.

On the Caribbean coast there are two main holiday resorts, Cancun and Riviera Maya. Cancun is a lively holiday zone with plenty of nightlife. In contrast, the Riviera Maya sees dense jungles surrounding ancient ruins and boutique resorts.

On a luxury holiday to Mexico, you’ll be met with world-class all-inclusive resorts, beautiful beaches and a diverse ecosystem. By day you can swim in underground cenotes, sail to Isla Mujeres or play golf on courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. Whereas by night you can take to the town to experience the electric Coco Bongo nightclub or sit back with a cocktail and watch the sun go down.

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Good To Know

Flight Time

11 hours

Time Zone

-5 hours GMT

Language

Spanish

Currency

Mexican Peso but US Dollars are widely accepted

Things To Do in Mexico

chichen itza in mexico

Chichen Itza

One of the new Seven Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Chichen Itza is a magnificent Mayan pyramid. Also, when you clap your hands at the base of the pyramid you can hear the resounding echo of the legendary Quetzal.

xel-ha in mexico

Xel-Ha

This all-inclusive park is a true natural wonder. Hundreds of colourful fish and marine species inhabit its cove and cenotes. Immerse yourself in one of the cenotes, lagoons or caves and see the underwater world that awaits.

snorkelling with turtle in mexico riviera maya

Snorkel the Barrier Reef

The Riviera Maya boasts the second largest reef in the world after Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Snorkelling or diving here is incredible, you’ll see schools of vibrant tropical fish, barracudas and maybe even a bull shark.  

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