Although there are countless destinations around the world for the next trip, Mexico comes in as a surprise contender. The stunning country is a neighbor to the culturally diverse United States Of America and geographically one of the daunting locations in the world.
A charmer in its own realm, Mexico has been constantly popping up on the list travelers for some years now. Blessed with natural wonders, historic places, wildlife, and culture to die for, the nation remains a top favorite in every wanderlust bucket list.
With so much to see and uncover, it can get really confusing if you land in the nation without any former information.
Therefore, here is a list of top destinations that shall be included in the traveler’s bucket list:
- Playa Del Carmen
- Mexico City
Cozumel: Cozumel is a dreamy destination off the coast of the Yucutan peninsula. The 185 sq-mile island features powdery sand, azure waters in the coastal arena, and promises coastal views that are breath-taking. But the real discovery of Cozumel lies in the downtown area that is packed with shallow reefs and can be best discovered by glass-bottom boat rides.
Puebla is a colonial city that is located southeast of Mexico City. The city has a charm of its own and is filled with 365 churches. But the center of attraction of the city lies in the Talavera Pottery. Apart from that travelers can also try famous cuisines like Mole Pablano and Chiles enNogada that is sure to tempt the taste buds.
Playa Del Carmen: If you want to experience the Euro-chic charm in the country Mexico, then head to Playa Del Carmen. The Mediterranean paradise has carved a niche for itself in the minds of travelers. While at the beautiful city, try relaxing at one of the lounges on the beachfront or gorge on delicious cuisines at La Quinta Avenida. Also, one can explore the underwater wilderness along with natural wonders like Xel-Ha and Rio Secreto. With all these beautiful reasons out there to engulf you, Playa is the first choice for all urban-vacationers.
Oaxaca: This Mexican state encompasses everything under the sun to satiate intrepid travelers. From colonial streets, mouthwatering cuisines, trendy shopping centers and above all handicrafts, the cultural heritage of the state dates back to the ancient era. Other prime lists of attractions in the state are hiking trails, mineral baths at Hierve Al Agua, and agave fields at Mitla Mezcal Distillery that are best for a day trip excursion.
Mexico City: Founded way back in the 13th century, Mexico City is regarded as one of the largest cities in the world. Sitting atop a high pedestal due to its cultural heritage, the city is home to some of the best cuisines in the entire west. There is more than one option in the city that keeps the travelers engaged for a long time. While the pre-colonial history of the place is something that keeps tourists fixated, the other historic sights make the overall trip experience unforgettable.
Tulum: Tulum is often regarded as a jewel in the Mexican coast and for the right amount of reasons. Although the place was secluded from the rest of the world for many years, there is more than one reason that makes it a coveted vacation spot. From Mayan ruins, Cenotes, and bio reserves the city will remain etched in the memory eternally.
Guanajuato: Guanajuato is a popular destination in Mexico, that has already been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. The city is a wonder on its own with colorful buildings, plazas, and cobblestone streets that can be explored on feet. After witnessing the city’s splendor do not forget to grab a bite at Mexican Hidalgo to get the taste of real Mexican cuisine.
Cancun: For all those looking for a quick coastal getaway, Cancun is the ideal destination. The pearly white beaches host sports like parasailing and jet skiing for the adventure seekers. Apart from that, nature lovers also have a reason to celebrate as there are lush jungles, caverns and cenotes that give the city an altogether different vibe.
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