It’s Time to Go For All Inclusive Resorts In Mexico

Catering to over 20 million visitors every year, all inclusive resorts in Mexico is one of the most popular destination vacations in the world. From its beaches to history to tequila, this country surely has something to offer for every sort of traveler. For your next holiday vacation, gear up and get a load of the top tourist attractions on this part of the world.


A popular getaway for Hollywood stars and millionaires, Acapulco remains to be the original Mexican resort town ever since it gained worldwide prominence in the 1950s. Also a well-known spring break destination for college students, this resort features cliff divers doing impressive jumps into the ocean.


This beautiful colonial city features lovely haciendas and colonial buildings that line the side of its streets and alleys. This is an excellent place for pedestrians since most of its traffic come from the network of tunnels that were built underground.


Oaxaca is popular for having one of the best Dia de Los Muertos festivals in the entire country. This is a holiday that is celebrated in many parts of Latin America. This event starts at the end of October where tombs and home alters are decorated with flowers and are presented with offerings.


Just right off the Yucatan Peninsula is this scuba diving and snorkeling destination. Deemed as one of the best diving areas in the world, the underwater wonder in Cozumel features tropical fishes and beautiful coral reefs.

Los Cabos

Spanning a massive 20 miles, the white sandy beaches of Los Cabos features seaside resorts, restaurants, and bars. This destination also a haven for water sports enthusiasts with its offering of world-class sport fishing.


An archeological site dating back from the Maya Empire, the Palenque houses the finest sculptures and architectures that were ever produced by the Mayans. Along with these 600 AD to 800 AD art pieces is the famous Temple of Inscriptions.

Copper Canyon

Riding the Chihuahua al Pacifico Railway, tourists are taken through 37 bridges and 86 tunnels as it rises 2,400 meters above sea level to an amazing view of the canyon from above. The Copper Canyon is a network of canyons that is comparable to that of the Grand Canyon.


Tulum once served as a major port during the Mayan civilization and has now become a very popular tourist attraction. Many visitors rent simple cabanas to hacienda-style resorts to enjoy this place’s tropical beach backdrop.

Chichen Itza

The largest Mayan city in the Yucatan Peninsula, the Chichen Itza is home to the famous EL Castillo. The design of this temple features stairways whose steps all add up to 365 which is the number of days in a year. The Great Ballcourt and El Caracol are also great highlights of this city.


A powerful civilization in Mexico gave rise to the Teotihuacan metropolis along with its pyramids. Two of its most popular pyramids are the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon. Dubbed as Mesoamerica’s greatest city, it became a place of pilgrimage after its demise seven centuries later.

Amy C. is an enthusiastic adventure blogger. She is always on the lookout for the most exciting places and activities in many popular tourist destinations around the world. In between her explorations, she helps DMac Industries, a b deck and steel deck fabrication company, with office administration and blogging activities. Be on the lookout for her next escapade on her next post.

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