About Mexico

Come and enjoy a world of magic, colors, smells, shapes…

Mexico is rich in both natural beauty and traditions that reflect centuries of cultural history and ancestral legacy. Even though Cancun, Tequila, Tacos, and Mariachis are some of the symbols that describe Mexico and its culture around the world, the untapped ecological and cultural assets that Mexico offers are fantastic and will drive the limits of your imagination.

Mexico is a vibrant place with traditional festivals and celebrations including:  Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Dia de la Virgen de Guadalupe (Feast of our Lady of Guadalupe), and many others, which showcase traditions from more than 62 ethnic groups. These mystic festivities have been delighting people from all over the world and will continue to do so as these are important parts of the essence of every Mexican.

When it comes to natural landscapes Mexico has one of the widest offerings to satisfy your desire for adventure in areas you would not imagine before, for example canyoning in Matacanes river close to the most important industrial city of Monterrey, horseback riding in the old ghost town of Catorce, diving in the mystical cenotes of Yucatan, mountain biking in the volcanoes descending more than 2000mts in Estado de Mexico, mountaineering 5,000 mts. plus peaks in Mexico’s City limits, and rafting in 3+ rivers in the east area of Veracruz.

So why choose Mexico? The balance of cultural and ecological experiences will take you to another wavelength, and offer you the rewarding experience you are seeking. Not to mention, you could do all of this while enjoying the traditional Mexican Cuisine considered an Intangible Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO.

Tequila, Mariachis and Tacos are regarded as symbols of Mexican culture around the world. This has to do with the fact t


During the pre-Columbian period, many city-states, kingdoms, and empires competed with one another for power and prestig


Population With a population of 119,530,753 as of 2015, Mexico is the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the worl


Economy Mexico's economy is the 15th largest in the world in nominal terms and the 11th largest by purchasing power pari


During the pre-Columbian period, many city-states, kingdoms, and empires competed with one another for power and prestig

Major Civilizations

Beach, desert, forest, jungle, modern and colonial cities; you will be able to enjoy all the experiences and activities