Mexico is more than Cancun and the Caribbean, in Mexico we can also find cosmopolitan cities, towns and magical villages, and human history in every corner, with an exuberant natural richness that you can appreciate in a large part of the country.
It is like finding many countries in one, and each of them is totally different, their history, language, culture, traditions, and even their natural environment are rooted in each region in Mexico.
Any date you visit our Mexico you will find a different celebration, it is a territory full of festivities and all year-round cultural encounters that represent history in Mexico are celebrated and commemorated.
Among its celebrations are the Day of the Dead, Day of the Candelaria, Independence in Mexico, Los Carnavales de Veracruz and Mazatlan, Guelaguetza, National Fair of Donkey, Celebration of the Sayones and the Harvest Festival on the wine route, and many more.
Mexico has a lot of beautiful beaches among which are the most beautiful in the world, each intersecting with the waters of the Caribbean Sea and its beauty permeates a feeling of tranquility. There are beaches of great masses such as those of Cancun in the hotel area, others a little quieter like those of Cabo San Lucas, perfect to spend the day, walk in the sand and appreciate the nature that Mexico gives you.
Mexico and its gastronomy that breaks borders
Mexico is characterized by its wide gastronomy and typical drinks, it has a diversity of dishes that are prepared with a technique inherited from generation to generation, that is how many of the Mexican dishes became Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
The basis of the diet is corn, basically made in the form of an omelette and combined with all local ingredients. Tamal, a world-renowned dish is also prepared with corn and its banana leaf wrap gives it this Mexican touch that is sought at every meal.
Tequila, Mezcal and Pulque are the most acclaimed drinks by Mexicans and foreign tourists, as well as their spicy but delicious food, we can also find these three drinks that are a little strong for the palate, but you should definitely try them when you visit us.
Thanks to indigenous civilizations, the culture in Mexico was marked representatively both in their traditions and even in their language however after so many years of struggle, today, tribes such as The Olmecas, Azteca, Zapotec, The Mayas and many more inherit relics worth admiring as the Mayan Ruins in Tulum, El Castillo, The Pyramid of Kukulcán in Chichen Itza, Monte Albán in Oaxaca, Teotihuacán in the State of Mexico, El Tajín in Veracruz and many more stories waiting to be told.