Mexico is all about holidaying; with an excellent Caribbean coastline, a rich past, mouth-watering food and lots of entertainment. It is the link that joins North America to South America; stretching right from USA to Guatemala and Belize. Cheap all inclusive holidays in Mexico offers its visitors a whole lot more than the enticing world famous Caribbean shores; Mexico is heaven for culture and history lovers as well. Full of cultural gems and ruins, all inclusive Mexico holidays are ready for you to begin exploring. Every town and city you visit in Mexico will be full of life with celebrations, music, dance and food.
The eastern edge of Mexico is washed by the waters of the Caribbean Sea while the west coast by the Pacific Ocean. Thus, you’ll find the most amazing lot of beaches on holidays in Mexico. On the eastern end you’ll find the enormous Cancun with 22 whole kilometres of swathing sands. You’ll also find plenty of upmarket hotels, shopping malls and a vibrant nightlife here. As you go down the coast, there’s Playa del Carmen where there’s everything that Cancun has but in smaller proportions. On the Pacific coast towards Puerto Vallarta, you’ll find great beaches as well.
The holiday nightlife on all inclusive in Mexico is quite varied. Apart from the fantastic range of included hotel entertainment you will find fantastic in-resort entertainment. The nightlife here caters to all tastes, from slow clubs and bars to brash nightclubs, Mexico has it all. Whether you’re looking for a low key bar with soft music, karaoke night, ritzy piano bars, bars with traditional Mexican music or pulsating and vibrant nightclubs and discos; you’ll definitely get it all in Mexico. The discos and nightclubs close down usually after 3 a.m. while some still remain open till the wee hours of the morning.
When to go:
Anytime is a good time for Mexico holidays, but there are certain festivities and celebrations definitely worth becoming a part of while on all inclusive holidays in Mexico. Lots of carnivals are celebrated with great pomp and show during the month of February. While other important festivities include Holy week during Easter, Grito de Independencia on 15th September, the Day of the dead on 1st and 2nd November and the day of Our Lady of Guadalupe on 12th December. November is the best time to visit Mexico after the rains are over and the peak season is yet to begin. Late winter is usually when the tourist season begins in Mexico.
Map of Mexico, Caribbean
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