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; snorkeling 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!
Snorkel with whale sharks
Isla Holbox, Mexico
Snorkelling with whale sharks is incredible, best experienced between July and August when droves of these remarkable creatures can be found. Gasp as these gentle leviathans of the deep cruise past you, an utterly unforgettable experience.
A taste of Merida with city sightseeing
Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
A unique foodie adventure where you will discover Merida’s most emblematic cultural highlights.
After hours Frida Kahlo Museum
Mexico City, Mexico
Visit the house & museum of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo on this private, after-hours tour, enjoying exclusive access to the gardens, bedroom and former studio of this cultural icon as your private guide tells stories of her tragic yet fascinating life.
Afternoon Private Foodie Adventure in Sayulita
Pacific Coast, Mexico
Throw yourself into a buzzing and thriving foodie adventure through ‘Pueblo Mágico’, Sayulita’s magical town. Join your expert private guide for a gastronomic experience you won’t forget.
Art, Politics & Love Triangle: Kahlo, Trotsky & Rivera
Mexico City, Mexico City and Puebla, Mexico
Lose yourself in this full day’s experience learning about the art, culture and politics that shaped movements and pushed boundaries in Mexico last century.
Artists of Guanajuato Private Tour
With literature, painting and hand crafts flourishing in Guanajuato throughout the centuries there is plenty to be discovered on this experience which focuses on the creative side of this charming colonial town.
Ballet Folklorico of Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Showcasing Mexico's customs and traditions in a riot of color and dance, the Folkloric Ballet at the Palacio de Bellas Artes is a wonderful experience and captivates both a local and international audience with its twice weekly showings.
Balloon flight over the Agave fields
Fly over the UNESCO protected agave landscapes in the Tequila countryside in a hot air balloon and gain a unique perspective on the dramatic landscapes that surround the town itself.
Birdwatching at the San Jose Estuary
Baja California, Mexico
Home to more than 100 bird species, the San Jose Estuary has plenty to offer budding ornithologists. Explore the 125 acres of protected area, binoculars in tow to make the most of this fantastic wildlife experience.
Boutique Vineyards of San Miguel de Allende
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Mexico has recently begun gaining recognition for its delicious wines and in recent years has won a number of awards; visit two fantastic vineyards close to San Miguel de Allende and learn about the processes before sampling the final product.