A land of diversity in the true sense, Mexico is one of those places that you feel like visiting over and over again. Placed south of California and Texas in the USA, Mexico is a beautiful country situated in the North American continent, and people from across the globe visit here for the scenic beauty and cultural experience of this place.


Looking for some extraordinary things to do in Mexico? Read along!


The Xochimilcho Canals

Visiting the floating Gardens of the Mexico City is something that you cannot skip at any cost. They may be worlds apart from the poetic canals of Venice, but they have a story of their own to tell. When you set aboard on this gondola like boats, you will be transported to ancient Mexican times and will truly be able to see the place for its vivacious spirit. The singing, the merry making and the information provided on this tour is something that will bring you closer to the place like nothing else can.


Uncovering Mayan Culture

The ancient Mayan civilization can be unravelled on your trip here. There are a number of art and history museums; tours and sites that can give you a peek into the origins of the country. You can visit villages such as Zinacantan and San Jun Chamula to understand the Mayan culture more closely.


The mighty Chichen Itza

One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Chichen Itza is a place you have to visit on your trip to Mexico. It is over 1000 years old and displays the richness of Mexican craftsmanship, even back in the day. It was built to honour deities that were worshipped by people; not surprisingly, tourists from across the world visit this place to see this architectural wonder.


Some silver shopping

Mexico is famous for its silver jewellery. You can shop for some beautiful pieces of art at the city of Taxco. These ornaments are inspired and crafted from the Colonial times and it would be a great opportunity for you to sport ornaments that have such a defined history around it.


Live the country ranch life

Mexico is famous for its grunge life and nothing better than visiting a ranch to experience it. You can get the real feel of being a cowboy/girl and flaunt those fancy leather boots and clothes and hats; even buy souvenirs for taking back home. It is a one of a kind experience and you should definitely try it. You can also indulge in tequila tasting and enjoying some of the finest Mexican food at these ranch-themed restaurants.


Pamper yourself at a hot spa

There are many hot springs in Mexico, where you can enjoy a spa session in its natural form. Besides, there are several resort spas offering excellent services where you can truly pamper yourself and feel completely at ease on your holiday to Mexico.

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