If someone told me they didn’t like tacos, I wouldn’t believe them, and Mexico’s food is but a reflection of the country itself, spicy, flavourful and fun.
Tacos, who doesn't like tacos. Well, Mexico’s food is but a reflection of the country itself, spicy, flavourful and fun.
Famous for its beautiful beaches, crystal clear cenotes, epic archaeological sites and delicious foods, Mexico is on the top of any all inclusive/spring breakers bucket list. However, take a step anywhere off the packaged holiday trail and you will be welcomed into the warm colourful and proud culture that is Mexico.
Adventure travellers rejoice as the country offers much to be explored beyond its more popular destinations. World class dive sites see everything from whale and bull sharks to bright, colourful living reefs. The many underground passages and caves of a seemingly endless maze of natural cenotes add a touch of mystery and excitement beyond your average dive.
Owning a reputation of delicious dining, Mexico doesn’t disappoint as street food on every corner delights the taste buds of passersby. Tequila, dancing and music add to the flavour and fun of busy cities, while the people ever so proudly show off their culture and history. Famous sites like Chichen-Itza, Coba, and Tulum are accessible and offer insight into the architecture of Mexico’s past, while panoramic views that take your breath away meet visitors at every turn. Have you seen the pools of Oaxaca?
I will not ignore that Mexico has a less than stellar reputation with regards to its drug cartel culture by all-inclusive go-ers, but I also won't ignore that this reputation is somewhat unfair; Mexico is a large and diverse country. I urge you to take a step inside real Mexico. I am sure it will diminish your fears and win your heart over.