Mexico - officially the United Mexican States and also referred to as the United States of Mexico - is a federal constitutional republic in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States; on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; on the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and on the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Tourism in Mexico is a very large industry. Mexico has been traditionally among the most visited countries in the world according to the World Tourism Organization and it is the most visited country in the Americas, after the United States. The most notable attractions are the Meso-American ruins, cultural festivals, colonial cities, nature reserves and the beach resorts. The nation's temperate climate and unique culture – a fusion of the European and the Meso-American – make Mexico an attractive destination. The peak tourism seasons in the country are during December and the mid-Summer, with brief surges during the week before Easter and Spring break, when many of the beach resort sites become popular destinations for college students from the United States. The majority of tourists come to Mexico from the United States and Canada. Other visitors come from Europe and Asia. A small number of tourists also come from other Latin American countries. There is also a burgeoning domestic tourism trade as a growing affluent middle class begins to go on holiday within their own country. While Mexico's middle/lower class usually promotes national tourism, the middle/higher class usually prefers to travel overseas.
Day - 1: Arrival in Mexico City / Day - 2: Mexico City tour / Day - 3: Mexico - Villa Hermosa – Palenque / Day - 4: Palenque – Campeche / Day - 5: Campeche - Uxmal – Merida / Day 6: Merida - Chichen-Itza - Cancun or Mayan Riviera / Day - 7: Cancun or Mayan Riviera / Day - 8: Departure Transfer -End of Services
Discover one of the most beautiful archeological sites of the Riviera Maya, Tulum - overlooking the Caribbean Sea and its turquoise waters like a walled fortress. Visit also the incredible natural aquatic theme park created by the Mayan gods themselves: Xel-Ha.
Visit the Historical downtown district that is a Unesco's world heritage site, the National Palace, the Zocalo, the Aztec Major Temple, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Reforma boulevard, the Chapultepec Park, the most glamorous residential districts of the city and the Zona Rosa.