Cancun • Riviera Maya • Huatulco • Mazatlan • Puerto Vallarta • Riviera Nayarit • Los Cabos • Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo
Famous for its tequila, chilies and Corona beer, Mexico offers its visitors so much more! Mexico boasts a climate that feels like spring all year round, exciting street life and almost overwhelming cultural opportunities. Sandy beaches lined with tall palm trees, turquoise ocean waters, ancient Mayan ruins, screeching parrots and howling monkeys all awaken the senses of those who come to delight in Mexico. Busy days spent kayaking at Baja, hiking Oaxaca’s cloud forests, snorkeling Yucatan’s coral reefs, and lively nights dancing energetically at one of Guadalajara nightclubs work up a thirst that can best be quenched by tequila at one of the grand old cantinas. Unique and welcoming, its capital Mexico City offers an eclectic mix of sights, sounds and tastes from the downtown lucha libre (wrestling) arenas to the sophisticated fusion cuisine offerings of Polanco’s famous chefs. This large country, with its 10,000 km of coastline, offers a vast range of locales. Exclusive and elegant Playa del Carmen, beautiful colonial Oaxaca, Teotihuacan with its majestic pyramids, and laid-back Puerto Escondido with its beaches, surf, fishing and wild nightlife are a few of the options that Mexico offers. Everyone takes home their own personal and unforgettable images and memories!
Please choose your preferred gateway from the list below:
Spanish; English widely spoken in tourist areas
The Mexican peso is the local currency; US dollar widely accepted
Please be advised that effective December 1, 2012, local purchases in Mexico can only be paid using Mexican pesos or credit card. Passengers can exchange their USD or CAD currency at the departing or arriving airports, a currency exchange service in destination, and some hotel lobbies (subject to availability).
110 volts, similar to Canada and the US
Mexico is bordered by the Unites States to the north, Belize and Guatemala to the south; the Gulf of Mexico to the east, and the North Pacific Ocean to the west
Mexico City is the capital