Mexico has become one of the top vacation destinations in the world thanks to its relatively relaxed, welcoming entry requirements – and of course, absolutely amazing destinations for vacation. Here are our top 10 suggestions for places to visit in Mexico in 2022.
1. Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta is a gorgeous town known for its beaches as well as the nightlife has seen. It’s home to several high-quality resorts including some all-inclusive ones and is also a popular place for water activities including snorkeling and boating. You may also want to consider checking out some of the tours or packages offered by various groups in the area, as there are some great cost-effective and memorable ones.
Located off the Caribbean coast, it’s no surprise that Cancun is home to sparkling clear waters, beachfront resorts, and no shortage of fun activities such as snorkeling. Even with recent shootings in the area, it’s still considered one of the safest parts of Mexico to travel to as it has a well-established infrastructure for international tourists.
3. Playa Del Carmen
White sand beaches, dreamy resorts, and some of the best scuba diving opportunities in the western hemisphere – you can look forward to all of this (and more) with a trip to Playa Del Carmen.
Cabo is a great vacation destination for a wide variety of reasons. You can look forward to relaxing on some stunning beaches. It comes to accommodations do you have a huge variety of options to choose from, from five-star resorts to more laid-back hostels. This makes it a great option for visitors of all sorts of budgets. It’s also home to some excellent restaurants such as Edith’s.
This is a great option for those looking to road trip to Mexico, or those looking for a shorter vacation. This is because of Tijuana’s close location to the U.S. border – it’s a short drive away from San Diego, California. With it being just a couple of hours’ drive from California, it’s even possible to take a day trip there!
If you’re looking to add some fun and memorable adventure then Tulum is the destination for you. Coined as the “new Bali’ there is no shortage of vegan cafes and yoga classes. It’s also home to some awe-inspiring cenotes that are perfect for swimming such as Cenote Dos Ojos. It also offers the unique draw of being close to several ancient ruins, including Chichen Itza.
7. Mexico City
In addition to many of the more common reasons for visiting some of the destinations on this list, including having a vibrant nightlife scene and high-quality accommodations, Mexico City is also home to a vibrant art scene as well as a ton of high-quality restaurants. This variety of options makes it a great option for visitors of all sorts of interests.
If your fan of scuba diving, Cozumel, Mexico is the destination for you. This beautiful destination is home to some world-class scuba diving sites which include exploring reefs. It’s also home to some great beaches – you’ll want to check out Playa Palancar as well as Paradise Beach.
Guanajuato may not be as well known as Cancun or Cabo but this beautiful city is still more than worth a visit. It’s home to some truly amazing works of architecture with rich history, making this a great option for those looking to experience more of the beautiful country of Mexico. For some specific recommendations, consider enjoying some delicious at Costal Cultura Cafetera, or enjoy some fresh air and stunning views of the city below with a trip to El Pípila statue.
10. Isla Holbox
Isla Holbox is a gorgeous, laidback island getaway. This small island is perfect for travelers looking to relax and enjoy days lounging in the sun. It’s also known for its crystal clear waters filled with all manner of wildlife including whale sharks.
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