Things to Do in Mexico
Mexico is Latin America’s heavy hitter in terms of diversity of activities. There are countless experiences to be had throughout this buzzing country and it is nearly impossible to list them all. The experiences in Mexico mostly revolve around a few key points of interest: culture & history, food & drink, art, wildlife, adventure and relaxation.
Some of the most popular experiences include visiting the ruins of a variety of ancient civilizations, like the Mayan site of Chichen Itza; snorkelling and diving with whale sharks, the gentle giants of Baja; and swimming in the Yucatan’s natural sink holes, or cenotes. However, there is so much more to experience in Mexico than just this. We can arrange private, after hours visits to Mexico City’s most popular museums, take you on a market-to-kitchen cooking class to experience the true taste of Mexico, or maybe set up a private one-on-one with a local artist to learn all about their work. Of course, a trip to Mexico wouldn’t be complete without a tequila tasting!
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Espiritu Santo Expedition
Baja California, Mexico
Few marine areas in the world compare with the biological richness found in the Sea of Cortez. Isla Espiritu Santo is a UNESCO heritage site, where you can swim with sea lions, spot blue footed boobie birds and snorkel or dive with giant whale sharks.
Exclusive Access to Templo Mayor Excavations
Mexico City, Mexico
Best for: Couples, Culture
Discover the secrets that lay buried within Mexico City's Templo Mayor, a fascinating archaeological site which sits right next to the Zócalo. There are many treasures to be found and this tour will allow exclusive access to areas still being excavated.
Hiking Sierra de la Laguna
Baja California, Mexico
Get-off-the-beaten-path to navigate spectacular canyons of Sierra de la Laguna. Your guide will introduce you to the landscapes and history of Baja; after your hike meet local ranchers for a hands-on cooking class or simply enjoy lunch cooked for you.
Humpback Whale Watching Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas, Baja California
Cabo is "the place" for humpback whale watching as the whales travel into the Sea of Cortez from December to April. Experience an action-packed Zodiac whale-watching tour, in addition to Humpbacks you might spot grey whales, dolphins and even orcas!