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Visit Mexico: glamping in paradise

Mexico vacations live long in the memory for all who travel here. Thanks to a culture bursting with color and community, glamping in Mexico should definitely be at the top of your to-do list this year. Officially known as the United States of Mexico, this vast and vibrant country is roughly four times the size of Spain and borders Belize, Guatemala, and of course the U.S. to the north. It’s also the largest Spanish speaking country in the world with a variety of ethnic groups such as the Mexican Mestizo and Amerindian groups. Before making your decision to visit Mexico, it's important to remember just how warm and inviting the culture here really is. Family and community play a huge part in the culture and in many of the top Mexico destinations, from Jalisco to Mexico City, glampers will feel welcomed from the moment they arrive. Making sure visitors feel safe during their vacations here is firmly rooted in the customs and values of the Mexican people.

If the hospitality wasn’t enough, the Mexican cuisine will be especially memorable during those special Mexico family holidays and romantic getaways. While the food differs from region to region, delicious and authentic tortillas are readily available wherever you go as well as tequila and much more. Enjoy the Mariachi bands during your stay as they entertain with traditional folk music. Depending on when you plan to arrive, glampers may also be able to catch the ‘Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe’ which takes place on December 12 and celebrates the Virgin Mary. Should your vacation coincide, this is a fantastic opportunity to experience Mexican culture at its best. This is also true for ‘Day of the Dead’ (Día de Los Muertos) on November 2 which welcomes the arrival of many breathtaking carnivals throughout different communities to celebrate this period before Lent.

Get outdoors with the top things to do in Mexico

Mexico has become a must-visit destination for the simply extraordinary beaches it is home to. Cancún, Playa del Carmen, Puerto Vallarta, and Tulum are just a handful of the best Mexico destinations where glampers will be able to both recline and relax and enjoy the many outdoor activities available to them. Some of the best things to do in Cancún include the popular snorkeling, swimming, jet-skiing, and scuba diving tours. Away from the beaches, glampers can stretch their legs with visits to must-see historical sites like Chichen Itza and head on hiking trails nearby that offer impressive views of Mexico’s stunning terrain. More off-grid hiking can be experienced when you go trekking in the Sierra Norte Mountains where a local guide will take you on a tour of the eight small autonomous villages that rest in these mountains. For even more authentic experiences of glamping in Mexico, rent bikes and explore destinations like Mexico City for a more active day of exploration. One of the best things to do in Mexico City is undoubtedly biking through neighborhoods such as Roma, La Condesa, and Coyoacan where you will feel completely at ease while being inspired at every turn. More ancient ruins aside from Chichen Itza also await: Uxmal, Teotihuacan, and Mitla are all great options for day trips in Mexico. Family holidays and romantic getaways in Mexico are likely to leave you in awe, ready to book more flights for your return trip upon returning home! Just choose from some of the best accommodations in Mexico with Glamping Hub and take the first step towards a luxury camping vacation today.

Top attractions in Mexico

As mentioned, the beaches themselves are huge attractions in Mexico for visitors here. With sparkling white sand and clear blue water, more of the best beaches in Mexico include Cabo San Lucas, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, and Sayulita. There’s also a list of national parks that should absolutely be considered for family day trips in Mexico and couples retreats away to this fascinating country. For more jaw-dropping natural surroundings, head to Sumidero Canyon National Park, Grutas de Cacahuamilpa, Basaseachic Falls National Park, and Palenque National Park in Chiapas. The state of Chiapas is an absolute must-see for national parks and ancient archaeological ruins and is certainly among the top Mexico destinations. When you’re not enjoying the tranquility of your luxury camping rental in Mexico and looking for even more history, you will be spoiled for choice. Mexico is a very proud Catholic country, with its values and morals deeply rooted in its religious beliefs. Therefore, visitors will find churches in particular here in abundance. One such church that stands out, however, is La Iglesia de San Juan Chamula which is situated close to San Cristobal. The church is renowned for its diverse methods of prayer and its impressive architecture. More notable mentions include Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City, the waters of El Chiflon (San Cristobal), and Xcaret Park.

Best time to visit Mexico for unique getaways

While many may believe May, June, and July might typically be the best times to visit Mexico, these are the months that actually experience some of the most rainfall during the year here. Unless you enjoy rainfall, you don’t want to experience top Mexico destinations like Cumbres de Monterrey National Park and Cumbres del Ajusco National Park while being poured on. Instead, aim for vacations in Mexico during the dry season which takes place between December and April when rainfall is at its absolute minimum. Between December and February, glampers can choose to take advantage of the coolest period of the year during which time they can hike through Chihuahua and Islas Marietas. However, bear in mind that during the day temperatures can still reach 82°F (28°C). Make the most of pristine beaches like Puerto Morelos from the months of January to March when you can cool off in highs of 86°F (30°C) to 96.8°F (36°C).

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