Comprehensive tours of Uxmal and Kabáh Mayan ruins.
Staying in the heart of the beautiful colonial city of Mérida.
Staying a night near Chichén Itzá — the most famous of Mexico's Mayan ruins.
Mayan Riviera — long stretches of soft sandy beach.
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.
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Take a private tour of vibrant Mexico City and Teotihuacán.
Visit the colonial city of Mérida.
Explore mystical Chichén Itzá as well as more secluded Maya sites.
Relax on the beaches of laid-back Isla Holbox.
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.
Soar over the UNESCO-listed archaeological zone of Teotihuacán in a hot air balloon.
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.
Honduras, Mexico and Guatemala
Visit some of the most impressive Maya sites in Central America from Chichén Itzá in Mexico, Tikal in Guatemala, Xunantunich in Belize and Copán in Honduras.
Stay in the Belizean jungle, walking through trails in search of howler monkeys and colourful birds.
Explore the ruins and relax on pristine sandy beaches in Tulum on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula.
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.
Some of our favourite travel guides
- What to do in Mexico: our highlights guide
- From tacos to tejate: Mexican food experiences to try on your trip
- A first-timer's guide to Chichén Itzá
- Luxury holidays in Mexico
- Family holidays in Mexico
- Honeymoons in Mexico
- Mexico’s Day of the Dead, demystified: a brief guide
What to do in Mexico: our highlights guide
Mexico’s character is many-sided. From cosmopolitan colonial cities and vibrant markets to mountain wilderness, sleepy Caribbean islands, vast cacti-covered deserts and a wealth of intriguing ancient ruins, specialist Carolyn shares her highlights.View this travel guide
From tacos to tejate: Mexican food experiences to try on your trip
Tacos, fresh tortillas, mole sauce, tejate, mezcal and more: Fenella from Audley’s Mexico team suggests experiences that might intrigue Epicurean-minded visitors to Mexico. All of them can be woven into your own tailor-made trip to the country.View this travel guide
A first-timer's guide to Chichén Itzá
An ancient Mayan capital and the most famous of all the archaeological sites on the Yucatán Peninsula, Chichén Itzá is not to be missed on a trip to Mexico.View this travel guide
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.View this travel guide
Family holidays in Mexico
Audley travel specialist Anna shares her tips for where to go and what to do on a Mexico family holiday. Focusing on the Yucatán Peninsula, she explains how you can combine beach time with wildlife watching and visiting ancient ruins.View this travel guide
Honeymoons in Mexico
Famous for its white sand beaches, turquoise sea and Maya ruins, Mexico makes an ideal destination for your honeymoon. Plan your trip with Audley and we'll recommend the most suitable accommodation to make your stay a memorable one.View this travel guide
Mexico’s Day of the Dead, demystified: a brief guide
An overview of Mexico’s Day of the Dead, by one of our Mexico specialists. Jeff outlines where to go in Mexico for the most vivid celebrations, ways you can get involved in the festivities and — crucially — what you might eat.View this travel guide