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What to Do in Mexico

Mexico Park Cozumel

Have you ever felt that certain landmarks and famous attractions are simply too big? Then Mexico Park is the place for you! This theme park has replicas of some of Mexico’s most famous landmarks such as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico and the Mian Ruins of Tulum. This interactive park tells the story of Mexico’s history in a fun and interactive way. You will definitely want to check out the botanical gardens and Museum of Popular Arts.

Xel-Há

This natural theme park is located just 40 minutes outside of Playa Del Carmen by car. The park mixes humanity and nature as it offers amenities such as unlimited food and drink but also has access to hiking trails and beautiful landscapes. The signature attraction of the park is its natural aquarium. Visitors are welcome to go on a snorkeling tour through the rivers and inlets and observe the area’s native sea creatures.

Xcaret Eco Park

What was once a port for the Mayan people who lived in the Mayan Riviera area is now an ecological theme park and a must visit destination. Xcaret Eco Park is a theme park with a primary focus on showing its visitors the beauty of Mexico’s culture, history, and geography. Situated in the Jungles of Playa Del Carmen, this park has an impressive assortment of attractions including multiple underground rivers, Jungle trails, and even a Rotating scenic tower.

What to See in Mexico

Chichen Itza

Possibly the most famous ruins in the world, Chichen Itza is one of the most interesting sites to behold in all of Mexico. Chichen Itza is an ancient Mayan city and is one of the 7 wonders of the world. The city is home to 26 different ruins that all tell the story of the Mayan people. There are tours all throughout the week that will let you explore, learn, and be mesmerized by the architecture of the Mayan people.

Copper Canyon

Copper Canyon is an absolutely stunning sight. Hop on a train and enjoy the gorgeous scenery of Mexico’s largest canyon. Not only is it Mexico’s largest canyon, but it’s actually 4 times bigger than the more famous Grand Canyon. There are also hotels near the canyon that have some of the best views you’ll ever see in the world. Copper Canyon gets its name from the greenish copper colour that cover the canyon’s walls.

Hot Air Balloon Flight over Teotihuacan

The Teotihuacan Valley is one of the coolest places to visit in Mexico, and it’s even better from the air! Take a trip in a hot air balloon and get a bird’s-eye-view of one of Mexico’s most famous attractions. Some tours offer trips that start and end in Mexico City if that is more convenient to you, but almost every tour offers some form of breakfast/lunch.

Where to Stay in Mexico

Ocean Riviera Paradise

This 5-star resort is the epitome of convenience. Ocean Riviera Paradise is less than 20 kilometers from Playa Del Carmen, El Camaleón Mayakoba Golf Course, and Xcaret eco park. It is also only about 50 kilometres from Xel-Há eco park and Cancún International Airport. Though its location is close to a lot of great destinations, you likely won’t want to leave the resort area. The resort has direct beach access, live entertainment, bars and restaurants, a bowling alley, and even a diving area.

Sandos Cancun

Sandos Cancun is a luxury resort located in the Cancun Hotel Zone sitting in between the Mayan Riviera coastline and the Nichupte Lagoon. Guests will get to enjoy the all-inclusive resort’s amenities such as free Wi-Fi, gourmet restaurants, a luxurious spa, and 24-hour room service. Sandos Cancun is also conveniently located only 15km away by car to Cancun International Airport.

Cozumel Palace All Inclusive

If you like exploring the natural parts of Cozumel but also want to visit some of the modern attractions as well, Cozumel Palace gives you the best of both worlds. Situated on a beach in the same area as Chankanaab National Park, nature lovers should feel right at home. The hotel is also very close to Mr. Sancho’s Beach Club and Xcarat Eco Theme Park if you want some more modern experiences.

Mexico Park Cozumel

Have you ever felt that certain landmarks and famous attractions are simply too big? Then Mexico Park is the place for you! This theme park has replicas of some of Mexico’s most famous landmarks such as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico and the Mian Ruins of Tulum. This interactive park tells the story of Mexico’s history in a fun and interactive way. You will definitely want to check out the botanical gardens and Museum of Popular Arts.

Xel-Há

This natural theme park is located just 40 minutes outside of Playa Del Carmen by car. The park mixes humanity and nature as it offers amenities such as unlimited food and drink but also has access to hiking trails and beautiful landscapes. The signature attraction of the park is its natural aquarium. Visitors are welcome to go on a snorkeling tour through the rivers and inlets and observe the area’s native sea creatures.

Xcaret Eco Park

What was once a port for the Mayan people who lived in the Mayan Riviera area is now an ecological theme park and a must visit destination. Xcaret Eco Park is a theme park with a primary focus on showing its visitors the beauty of Mexico’s culture, history, and geography. Situated in the Jungles of Playa Del Carmen, this park has an impressive assortment of attractions including multiple underground rivers, Jungle trails, and even a Rotating scenic tower.

Chichen Itza

Possibly the most famous ruins in the world, Chichen Itza is one of the most interesting sites to behold in all of Mexico. Chichen Itza is an ancient Mayan city and is one of the 7 wonders of the world. The city is home to 26 different ruins that all tell the story of the Mayan people. There are tours all throughout the week that will let you explore, learn, and be mesmerized by the architecture of the Mayan people.

Copper Canyon

Copper Canyon is an absolutely stunning sight. Hop on a train and enjoy the gorgeous scenery of Mexico’s largest canyon. Not only is it Mexico’s largest canyon, but it’s actually 4 times bigger than the more famous Grand Canyon. There are also hotels near the canyon that have some of the best views you’ll ever see in the world. Copper Canyon gets its name from the greenish copper colour that cover the canyon’s walls.

Hot Air Balloon Flight over Teotihuacan

The Teotihuacan Valley is one of the coolest places to visit in Mexico, and it’s even better from the air! Take a trip in a hot air balloon and get a bird’s-eye-view of one of Mexico’s most famous attractions. Some tours offer trips that start and end in Mexico City if that is more convenient to you, but almost every tour offers some form of breakfast/lunch.

Ocean Riviera Paradise

This 5-star resort is the epitome of convenience. Ocean Riviera Paradise is less than 20 kilometers from Playa Del Carmen, El Camaleón Mayakoba Golf Course, and Xcaret eco park. It is also only about 50 kilometres from Xel-Há eco park and Cancún International Airport. Though its location is close to a lot of great destinations, you likely won’t want to leave the resort area. The resort has direct beach access, live entertainment, bars and restaurants, a bowling alley, and even a diving area.

Sandos Cancun

Sandos Cancun is a luxury resort located in the Cancun Hotel Zone sitting in between the Mayan Riviera coastline and the Nichupte Lagoon. Guests will get to enjoy the all-inclusive resort’s amenities such as free Wi-Fi, gourmet restaurants, a luxurious spa, and 24-hour room service. Sandos Cancun is also conveniently located only 15km away by car to Cancun International Airport.

Cozumel Palace All Inclusive

If you like exploring the natural parts of Cozumel but also want to visit some of the modern attractions as well, Cozumel Palace gives you the best of both worlds. Situated on a beach in the same area as Chankanaab National Park, nature lovers should feel right at home. The hotel is also very close to Mr. Sancho’s Beach Club and Xcarat Eco Theme Park if you want some more modern experiences.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Trip Support offers a “Book Now and Pay Later” service, where payments can be made in installments before your vacations and flights. Uniquely, we offer this service without the need for credit checks and extensive documentation.

Yes! You can book an all-inclusive Mexico vacation package right now and be on the plane within two days.

When it comes to Mexico, you’ll want to book your vacation package three months in advance. The resorts can fill up quickly, especially during the dry season.

If your booking is eligible for cancellation, you might be subject to a $250 airline cancellation fee. However, most discounted airline tickets are non-refundable. For more information, please contact us at 1-855-606-0606

At Trip Support, we believe that travel should be affordable for all. For a cheap travel package to/from Mexico, please check out our Mexico vacation packages located at https://tripsupport.ca/

Yes! Although petty crimes are quite common in certain areas of Mexico, the resorts and more touristy areas are perfectly safe.

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