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Mexico tours

Although Mexico is a very popular destination, our itinerary ideas are designed to ensure you discover the cultural and natural wonders of this diverse country in the most authentic way possible. We use smaller, more characterful accommodation, arrange visits to the major archaeological sites at quieter times and use the very best local guides with expert knowledge of the region. 

Our specialists have travelled to Mexico many times and can put their first-hand experience to good use when designing your bespoke tour, tailoring our trip suggestions to your interests and budget, whether you dream of old haciendas, beautiful beach resorts or adventurous cruises.

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Our recommended tours in Mexico

These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Mexico, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.

  • Grey Whale, San Ignacio Lagoon

    Cradle of the Grey Whale: Baja California Uncovered

    • Boat excursions to spot whales and dolphins in pristine lagoons.

    • Day trip to Espíritu Santo Island to spot a number of bird species as well as observe and snorkel with the playful sea lions.

    • Exploring the Sierra de San Francisco, a mountain range with a diverse flora, rugged canyon scenery and prehistoric rock art.

    11 days from €4,545pp

  • Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

    Mexico: From city to sea

    • Get to know Mexico City and experience some of the wonderful street food on offer.

    • Visit Puebla and explore the surrounding countryside with its archaeological ruins.

    • Learn the secrets of Mexican cuisine through street food tours and market exploration in Oaxaca.

    • Take a cooking class with a local chef.

    • Relax at the coastal town of Huatulco and enjoy the delicious seafood available.

    14 days from €4,765pp

  • Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

    Self-drive Mexico: Baja California

    • Explore the desert landscape of the Baja peninsula at your own pace.

    • Day trip to Espíritu Santo Island to spot a number of bird species as well as observe and snorkel with playful sea lions.

    • Boat excursions to spot whales and dolphins in pristine lagoons.

    • Soar over the UNESCO-listed archaeological zone of Teotihuacán in a hot air balloon.

    14 days from €6,085pp

  • Palenque, Mexico

    Luxury Mexico tour

    • Stay in a beautiful hacienda just outside the colonial city of Mérida.

    • Visit Chichén Itzá, the most famous of Mexico's Mayan ruins.

    • Experience Oaxaca's rich culinary traditions.

    • Explore the highlights of Mexico City.

    • Spend time on the Pacific coast exploring the town of Zihuatanejo.

    15 days from €8,330pp

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Oaxacan food market

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Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

Luxury holidays in Mexico

Read our specialist's guide on Mexico luxury holidays, including the best ways to see its Maya ruins, towns and cities.

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