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Activities, Mexico

Mexico is filled to the brim with exciting things to try, offering everything from the relaxed to the adventurous. There truly are endless adventures to discover in Mexico, explore the secret tunnels in Puebla, help out with turtle conservation, or perhaps try a spot of traditional tequila tasting. Travellers can even hike breathtaking volcanoes here, or base-jump off the largest cave shaft in the world.

Balloon rides

An original way to explore the wondrous sights in Mexico is by hot-air balloon, and there are countless operators based in Mexico City to choose from, offering visitors the experience of seeing the magical Teotihuacan Pyramids from the sky.

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BASE Jump the Cave of Swallows

Named after the thousands of birds which are found here, The Cave of Swallows is the largest cave shaft in the world. Situated in San Louis Potosi, this 370-metre-deep, open-air shaft, is home to green parakeets and…

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Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead is a public holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, between October 31st and November 2nd. Although many families celebrate this holiday privately, there are many shared festivities in cemeteries…

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Explore Puebla Tunnels

In the alley of Cinco de Mayo Road – Pueblo, there’s a doorway leading underground to a recently discovered secret tunnel system. Dating back to 1531, the tunnels had been hidden for decades and…

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Hike Iztaccihuatl

The Iztaccihuatl hike, also known as Ixta or Izta is a must for outdoor enthusiasts visiting Mexico City. This extinct volcano is the third highest mountain in Mexico…

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Ride the El Chipe railway

The Ferrocarril Chihuahua Pacífico (Chihuahua-Pacific Railway), locally referred to as “El Chepe”, runs daily from Chihuahua to Los Mochis, through Copper Canyon. This interesting and scenic railroad trip stretches over 650 kilometres long…

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Scuba dive to the Museo Subacuático de Arte

Scuba divers from all over the world come to Mexico to visit the Museo Subacuático de Arte (MUSA), an underwater museum located five to eight metres below the ocean’s surface, located between Cancun and Isla Mujeres.

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Snorkelling

Mexico’s beaches are popular with avid snorkelers and those looking to embark on a life-changing underwater experience during their travels. After all, Mexico’s coastlines are swarming with colourful underwater marine life…

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Tequila Tasting

Mexico is famous for its tasty tequila, and there are many tours travellers can join to understand and appreciate how this wondrous alcoholic drink is made.

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Turtle conservation

Watch amazing sea turtles land on the beaches during your trip to Mexico for a truly magical and rewarding experience, which you can experience on one of the many conservation projects here.

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