Mexico, beautiful diverse with so much to offer travelers whether you visit the local beaches famous all around the world for their hospitality and beauty, or some of the many historical cities from the time before Spanish colonization.
Many archaeological sites are rich in culture belonging to the Mayan, Olmecan, Tarascan, and Aztec civilizations. National parks are plentiful and cover land ranging from desert to picturesque mountains to forests.
The most unspoiled beaches are located on the Oaxaca coast, particularly Zipolite and Puerto Escondido. The most popular and beautiful are Cancun, Cozumel, and Playa del Carmen located at the Riviera Maya. Mazatlan, Manzanillo, Ixtapa and Puerto Vallarta would be the perfect choice for a fun and relaxing vacation. The peninsula of Yucatan offers an ideal mix of Mayan culture, great weather, and some of the worlds best snorkeling and diving in places such as Cozumel and Cancun located at the Riviera Maya. The city, San Cristóbal de las Casas in Chiapas offers a view of the indigenous Mayan natives in a beautiful colonial city. Los Cabos in Baja California Sur has been a favorite get-away for locals and tourists alike.
Mexico offers golf courses, scuba diving and lots of mountains to go hiking in, including cloud rainforest in Chiapas for the vacationers seeking an active holiday. A2Btransfers.com offers convenient prebooked holiday taxis, airport transfers and holiday transfers at great value making it easy to get around.
Visiting northern Mexico, Chihuahua offers amazing sights. Visit Chihuahua City, Cuauhtemoc, Anahuac, and Delicias for culturally enriching experiences. The Copper Canyon, the Basaseachic waterfall, the Arareco lake are all great places to rest while in the mountains. Most importantly, remember to enjoy your vacations.
Cancun is split into two main areas described by most as two separate or different worlds. The Zona Hotelera, 18km of island facing the Caribbean on one side, with a long sunny beach strip and numerous large up-market hotels, on the other side it is surrounded by a beautiful lagoon called Laguna Nichupte. Nice malls, a beautiful beaches, bars, but no Casinos create the opulence of Las Vegas, Nevada.
The second part of the city is called Ciudad Cancun, the mainland, this is where most of the Cancun locals live with budget accommodation available for tourists. Compared to Zona Hotelera, you can expect more of a Mexican feel with an ambience carried through to the bars and restaurants.
Nearby Mayan sites offer unique insights into the Pre-Colombian civilization of Mexico. Tourists usually purchase packages to visit Chichen Itza, a good 2-3 hrs ride. There are many wonderful places to see some of the closer ones to Cancun are Cobá and Tulum (near Playa del Carmen).