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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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.
- The first formal hotel in Tulum has an excellent reputation for service and quality.
- Suites are exceptionally well decorated with natural materials and Mexican influences.
- Dine with sand beneath your feet at the beachside restaurant, serving dishes made from local organic ingredients.
- Indulge in a Mayan mud massage at the relaxing OM spa.
- Casa Sandra has an exclusive feel with only 16 rooms, set on the white sands of Isla Holbox.
- Take a boat cruise out from the island to visit its neighbours Isla Pasión and Isla Pájaros.
- Ser Esencia restaurant cooks with local ingredients, inspired by traditional Yucatecan flavours.
- Accommodation comprises 41 private villas with their own plunge pool, sunbathing deck and outdoor shower.
- Coral restaurant and bar is situated right by the water's edge, serving Mexican influenced dishes.
- Perfectly situated to explore some of the many famous Mayan archaeological sites in the area.
- Exclusively designed rooms and villas feature natural materials and have spacious outdoor terraces and private pools.
- Wellness energy spa helps guests feel rejuvenated with organic treatments.
- Ocumare restaurant created by Michelin-starred chef Mauricio Giovanini specialises in flavours from around the world.
- Situated on white sandy beaches flanked by jungle the natural beauty of the area is unparalleled.
- Ideal location to explore all Tulum has to offer, from Maya ruins to hidden cenotes.
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.
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.
- This award-winning small hotel has just 29 rooms, set in a historic mansion.
- The Esencia estate is tucked away on the pristine Xpu-Ha beach.
- Two onsite restaurants serving sophisticated fusions of Mexican and Mediterranean cuisine.
- Step off the hotel's beach and right into a marine sanctuary, a haven for sea turtles and tropical fish.
- Eight minutes from Cabo San Lucas, ideal to visit alternative restaurants and shops around the Marina.
- Every room and suite at the hotel has a private plunge pool.
- Executive chef, Gustavo Pinet, offers a lavish dining experience at the renowned ocean view El Farallon.
- Stand-up paddle board out to the Baja Peninsula to see the naturally formed arch 'El Arco'.
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.
- The only private beach resort in Los Cabos, with exclusive access to two private coves.
- All suites are complete with an ocean view.
- The Cocina del Mar restaurant has a unique vantage point from the rocky cliffside.
- Famed for fine seafood dining with exquisite views over the Sea of Cortez.
- Opportunity for a memorable dining experience, with a private chef at your villa.
- Wealth of personalised foodie experiences like Sea foraging, Mexican cookery school and Mezcal tasting.
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.
Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras
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.
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