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Tours in Mexico

With its steamy jungles, vast ancient pyramids, mythical heritage, and fiery cuisine, Mexico will inspire your inner spirit of adventure. But if you want nothing more than to relax and forget your troubles to the sound of gentle waves and the hushed rustle of palm trees swaying in the breeze, you’re also in luck. Mexico offers the best of both worlds, so why not combine them. 

A Journey through Mexico will take you on just that, from the loud chaotic scenes of Mexico City with its young, vibrant energy, and its burgeoning culinary scene, to the awe-inspiring pyramid complex around an hour’s drive from the modern-day capital. Teotihuacan was once Mesoamerica’s grandest city, and its ruins attest to that. The journey continues to take you deep into the jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula, the location of the iconic Chichen Itza ruins, before winding down on the beaches of Cancun and beyond. 

One for the foodies and lovers of culture, take the time to linger in the capital city on our A Taste of Mexico City tour. You’ll spend five days getting to know the city on an intimate basis, and what better way to do so than through its cuisine? Sample the local dishes in their purest form straight from the street, where the spicy aromas emanating from vendors’ carts forewarn the heat their dishes pack. Your dining experience will also be elevated to new heights, quite literally, at the only rotating restaurant in the city with 360° views. And for a digestif, take in the cultural delights at some of the best galleries and museums in the city.

7 days

A Journey through Mexico

Guide Price €2,029 pp  

The perfect tour to experience the history and culture of Mexico City, combined with the classic sights of Mayan...

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A Journey through Mexico
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A Taste of Mexico City

Guide Price €769 pp  

Mexico City has a rich history, impressive art scene and some of the best food in Latin America, eaten and enjoyed...

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A Taste of Mexico City

Because Mexico is such a large country, the weather does vary a little, but generally the best time to visit is between December and April when there is virtually no rain. December to February are the coolest months, and the wet season lasts from May through to October.

Generally speaking, it’s not a good idea to drink the tap water in Mexico. Try to avoid drinks with ice in them, as well, and any fruits, vegetables or salads that have been washed in tap water. Stick to bottled water, and don’t forget that includes brushing your teeth.

Insect repellent is a must, as are comfortable shoes for walking around tourist sites, breathable clothes for when it’s hot and humid, and warm layers if you’re planning to head up into the highlands.

Thoughts of Mexico conjure up images of brightly coloured, vibrant cities, thick green jungles concealing ancient wonders, spicy food that will set your mouth on fire, and white sandy beaches leading down to crystal clear seas. Prepare for Mexico to live up to all your greatest expectations. 

Why you'll love Mexico... 

  • Exploring the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World 
  • Embracing the vibrant energy and culture of Mexico City 
  • Relaxing into the laidback island lifestyle of Cozumel 
  • Discovering the ruins of Teotihuacán, Mexico’s biggest ancient city 
  • Soaking up the sunshine on the beaches of Cancun 
  • Wandering the colonial streets of Merida, the cultural capital of the Yucatán Peninsula 
  • Savouring the flavours of traditional Mexican cuisine at local cafés 
  • Stumbling upon the ruins of Palenque, emerging from the mists of the jungle 
  • Witnessing the great migration of the Monarch butterflies in Michoacan 
  • Getting some culture at Mexico City’s fascinating National Museum of Anthropology 
  • Rubbing shoulders with the locals in traditional cantinas 
  • Combining ancient temples with postcard-worthy beaches in Tulum 

Did you know?

  • The largest pyramid in the world isn’t in Egypt, it’s actually Mexico’s Great Pyramid of Cholula. 
  • You have Mexico and the Aztec to thank for introducing chocolate, corn and chillies to the world. 
  • An unusual weapon employed by the Aztecs was the ‘hornet bomb’. As you can probably guess, it was literally a hornets’ nest thrown at enemies.