In this travel guide you’ll find many reasons for taking an adventure trip to Messico.

Mexico is the ideal country to combine adventure, mystical legends, history and culture, food and wine, relaxation, nature.


It is a perfect destination for those who love adventure, but also cultural travel.

Sports and adventures

Here are the sports and adventures we recommend in this destination.

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Mexico is ideal for water and outdoor sports and for a fantastic adventure trip.

Here are some of the sporting activities you can do on a trip to Mexico:

  • Surf: the Mexican Papeline, close to Puerto Escondido, has one of the most exciting breaks in the world
  • Climbing: with its peaks of over 5,000 meters, Mexico offers unique opportunities
  • Canopy tour and suspension bridges admiring the charm of the forest
  • Horse riding: you’ll find it everywhere, because horses are one of the main means of transport in the country
  • Trekking: there is a widespread network of trails throughout the whole Mexico
  • Diving: Isla Mujeres but also in one of the wonderful cenote
  • Mountainbike: a specialized guide will lead you to discover extremely dizzying routes
  • Rafting and canyoning: try it on the Antigua, Pescados or Filobobos rivers



Sleeping in a shelter, spending a day with the locals, discover unknown places, here are some of the special experiences that you could live in this destination.

In Mexico you can experience unique and exciting activities, such as:

  • Participate in one of the many traditional local festivals, such as Dias de los Muertos
  • Whales whatching in Baja California
  • Feel the mystical atmosphere of the Maya and Aztec temples
  • Explore caves and caverns
Whale watching

Whale watching

What to see

Here’s what to see during the adventure trip to Messico:

  • Mexico City and surroundings: the capital city deserves a stop for a few days, both for the fact that it’s a huge city and for the many attractions such as the Centro Històrico, the Coyoacàn, San Angel and Xochimilco sites. In the surroundings, however, it’s worth visiting the colonial cities, the towns in the Michoacàn region and the Paricutìn volcano, until Guadalajara to admire the elegant palaces and the wall paintings.
  • Cuernavaca, Puerto Escondido, Acapulco, Puerto Angel especially for the beaches
  • Colonial cities, such as Oaxaca
  • Typical villages, such as San Cristobal de las Casas
  • Archaeological sites: from Tulum to Palenque via Chichèn Itza and Uzmal
Murales Città del Messico

Murales in Mexico City


The landscape, the flora and the fauna of this country are just one of the reasons to visit it.

Nature is one of the main reasons of interest in Messico:


Waterfalls: in the Basaseachi gorge there is the highest single waterfall in the North America, 311 meters, and then those of Misol-Hà and Agua Azul near Palenqye

Cenote: the Yucatan peninsula is covered with these underground caves with stalactites and stalagmites where you can swim

Rainforest: for a trek or to listen to the howler monkeys

Caribbean Sea: to lay in the sun, snorkel, swim with turtles or diving

Whales: go to Baja California between February and March to spot them

Canyon: the Copper Canyon, or Cañón de Urique, is so vast that in comparison the Grand Canyon looks like a small crack

Volcanoes: there are many, some still active



Food and Wine

What you could eat and drink in this country

Mexican cuisine is one of the best in the world, at least in my opinion.

And it’s one of the best street food.

We know many Mexican dishes, also imported into our restaurants, but it’s also worth tasting some unknown typical dishes.


Let’s see some specialties:

Tortas – stuffed sandwiches with a dressing very similar to that used for tacos.

Tamales – prepared with a corn paste mixed with lard, stuffed with meat or vegetables, wrapped in corn or banana leaves and steamed.

Gorditas – a sort of pie made with thick corn tortillas and generally filled with meat and cheese, but also with other ingredients of your choice. They can be fried or cooked in the comal, a traditional Mexican plate.

Cochinita pibil – typical from Yucatan. Pork, marinated in a citrus juice, jalapenos and annatto, is cooked wrapped in banana leaves and served with rice, beans and onions.

Marquesitas – they are a kind of crepes, made by crunchy pasta. They can be served sweet or seasoned with cheese.


Mexico is also home to some world-famous drinks and cocktails such as tequila or margarita. But besides these, there are other drinks that are worth trying:

Aguas de sabores – sweet non-alcoholic drinks flavored with different fruits and flavors.

Pozol – drink obtained from a mass of cooked and fermented corn, often sold by street vendors.

Michelada – alcoholic beer-based drink with spices, lime, chilli pepper, tomato sauce, mixed and served in a glass covered with salt.

Mezcal – distillate obtained from the agave plant and typical of the state of Oaxaca, it can reach an alcohol content of up to 50%. The cream variant has a lower alcohol content (20%), try the one flavored with maracuya.

Mexican food


When to go

The best time to travel to Mexico is between October and April, when it hardly ever rains.

The climate, however, may vary according to the area.

The rainy season starts in May and continues until August, September and October moving from south to north.

But in most cases, the rains, although abundant, last only one or two hours a day.


Language: Spanish
Currency: mexican peso
Capital city: Mexico City

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Some tips

Try to get to know local people. It won’t be difficult because they are very cheerful, cordial and peaceful people.

Taste their cuisine. In Mexico I had the best grilled chicken of my life.